A young witch holds the fate of the world in her hands in Rachel Griffin’s debut novel, The Nature of Witches.
Browsing: YA review
Author Sophie Jordan transports readers to regency England in her irreverent young adult novel, Sixteen Scandals.
A 14-year-old Iranian-American sets out to find the perfect homecoming date in Olivia Abtahi’s debut novel, Perfectly Parvin.
A class salutatorian finds out she’s in danger of not graduating in Ashley Elston’s latest romantic-comedy, 10 Truths and a Dare.
Rebecca Anderson transports readers to 1850s Manchester in her Proper Romance novel, Isabelle and Alexander.
Lynette Noni’s The Prison Healer is a gritty young adult fantasy that follows life in a notorious death prison.
What Beauty There is, by Cory Anderson, is an intensely brutal read intended for older, more mature young adults.
The tale of Peter Pan gets a decidedly modern twist in Aiden Thomas’ new young adult novel, Lost in the Never Woods.
A young woman comes to term with her grandmother’s death in Meredith Goldstein’s new YA novel, Things That Grow.
Sara Holland returns to Havenfall, a safe haven between four magical realms, in her new young adult fantasy novel, Phoenix Flame.