Elizabeth Lim returns to a world of rivals, magic and demons in Unravel the Dusk, the second book in her Blood of the Stars duology.
Browsing: YA review
Kalynn Bayron’s Cinderella is Dead is at once familiar and foreign, dystopian and fairy tale. In many ways, it’s like looking in a mirror.
Imagine a life where your touch is literally poison. That’s what the main character faces in Melissa Bashardoust’s Girl, Serpent, Thorn.
Three potential heirs will stop at nothing in Natalie Mae’s fantasy adventure The Kinder Poison.
The legend of Robin Hood lives on in Jenny Elder Moke’s Hood, a new novel about Robin’s child who reluctantly takes up the family business.
I knew going into YA novel The Guinevere Deception that I would like it. I am a fan of Kiersten White, so it wasn’t a big leap.
At this point, we could all use a little escape. If a romantic regency escape is jam, then Megan Walker’s Lakeshire Park may just be your cup of tea.
How many people know our completely true self? What secrets are we hiding? Those are the questions posed in Spencer Hyde’s What the Other Three Don’t Know.