Daughters of a Dead Empire, a YA novel by Carolyn Tara O’Neil, is a compelling take on the Anastasia Romanov myth.
Browsing: YA review
A girl sets out to save her family and her people from an angry deity in Axie Oh’s excellent The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea.
Prom night turns into an all-night adventure in Sunny G’s Series of Rash Decisions, a YA rom-com by Navdeep Singh Dhillon.
Author Jessie Burton and illustrator Olivia Lomenech Gill give new life to a Greek myth in their YA novel, Medusa.
Anatomy: A Love Story, by Dana Schwartz, follows a young woman as she fights to become a surgeon in Georgian-era Edinburgh.
The tale of My Fair Lady gets a culinary twist in Jennieke Cohen’s new historical young adult novel, My Fine Fellow.
Cold the Night, Fast the Wolves, by Meg Long, is a dystopian adventure with family and survival at its core.
Royal siblings reluctantly join forces to save their kingdom’s magic in the YA fantasy The Ivory Key, by Akshaya Raman.
Kiersten White’s fantastic Camelot Rising trilogy with Guinevere at the center comes to a close in The Excalibur Curse.
Author Brendan Kiely starts a conversation with white kids about race in The Other Talk: Reckoning with Out White Privilege.