Fade To Us is more than a YA romance. It’s about self-discovery and the willingness to think beyond one’s self — to see the big picture.
Browsing: YA review
If you’re in the mood for a young adult psychological thriller featuring the socially elite, then S.T.A.G.S. might be a good option.
It takes a special gift to transport readers to a completely different world. Luckily for readers, that’s exactly what happens in A.C. Gaughen’s Reign the Earth.
Melissa Albert’s The Hazel Wood is an odd mix of reality and fantasy that’s an acquired taste. I’d check this one out from the library before purchasing it.
Mechthild Gläser’s YA novel, The Forgotten Book, channels both Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca.
Stephanie Kate Strohm’s Prince in Disguise is a silly modern-day fairy tale. It’s easy to get swept up in the story and imagine it playing out on the small screen like a Hallmark movie.
Things I’m Seeing Without You, by Peter Bognanni, is an interesting and somewhat weird take on how we honor those we lose.
I read Nikki Katz’s The Midnight Dance in one day, stopping and starting whenever I could find a chance. It’s fast paced and compelling.
I’m a bit surprised at how quickly I became swept up in Livia Blackburne’s Rosemarked. It’s a strong YA fantasy with compelling characters.