I really enjoyed Adrienne Young’s Sky in the Deep, so I was very excited to read her latest young adult novel, Fable.
Browsing: YA review
MarcyKate Connolly’s Twin Daggers is billed as a fantasy spin on Romeo and Juliet, but it doesn’t quite live up to the source material.
One of the most exciting young adult novels of 2020 is Jennifer Lynn Barnes’ mystery, The Inheritance Games.
Magicians take center stage in Janella Angeles’ Where Dreams Descend, the first book in a YA fantasy duology.
Vanessa Jones’ Sing Like No One’s Listening transports readers to the cutthroat world of an elite performing arts school.
Author Shannon Hale’s latest book, Kind of a Big Deal, is a contemporary young adult novel with a magical twist.
A teen struggles to move on after her mom’s deportation in Raquel Vasquez Gilliand’s Sia Martinez and the Moonlit Beginning of Everything.
When a teen’s parents decide to take her dating life into their own hands, things get tricky in Pintip Dunn’s Dating Makes Perfect.
If you’re in the mood for a novel that will have you white-knuckling it from cover to cover, look no further than Tiffany Rosenhan’s Girl from Nowhere.