In order to save her mother, a girl must enter deadly trials designed to find a new ruler in The Moonlight Blade, by Tessa Barbosa.
Browsing: YA review
A teen girl discovers her own worth while grieving her mother in Ashley Schumacher’s The Renaissance of Gwen Hathaway.
A Vietnamese family is haunted by the house they’re trying to restore in She Is a Haunting, by Trang Thanh Tran.
In Dana Schwartz’s Immortality: A Love Story a young woman as she strives to work as a surgeon in Regency-era Edinburgh.
Two teens set out to grant other people’s wishes in When You Wish Upon a Lantern, a YA romance by Gloria Chao.
A girl starts up a fake relationship with a famous actor in Anna Liang’s new YA rom-com, This Time It’s Real.
A girl sets out to find a friend she couldn’t save in Meg Long’s new dystopian YA novel, Swift the Storm, Fierce the Flame.
A girl in search of her past unearths secrets that could her nation’s future in Amélie Wen Zhao’s Song of Silver, Flame Like Night.
Lesa Cline-Ransome’s new young adult novel, For Lamb, explores an interracial friendship between two girls in the Jim Crow South.
An autistic changeling joins her twin on a hunt for treasure in Unseelie, the first book in a new duology by Ivelisse Housman.