A teen struggles to move on after her mom’s deportation in Raquel Vasquez Gilliand’s Sia Martinez and the Moonlit Beginning of Everything.
Browsing: YA review
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.
A princess sets out to save her sisters and herself from a witch’s curse in Corey Ann Haydu’s flawed YA novel Ever Cursed.
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.
Sandhya Menon’s 10 Things I Hate About Pinky stars Pinky and Samir, polar opposites who pretend to date in order to accomplish individual goals.
Words have the power to change people, says KayLynn Flanders, author of the YA novel Shielded. She knows that because words changed her.
Elizabeth Lim returns to a world of rivals, magic and demons in Unravel the Dusk, the second book in her Blood of the Stars duology.
The Peasant’s Dream is a reverse Cinderella story and the 11th book in Melanie Dickerson’s Fairy Tale Romance/Hagenheim series for young adults.
Kalynn Bayron’s Cinderella is Dead is at once familiar and foreign, dystopian and fairy tale. In many ways, it’s like looking in a mirror.
Imagine a life where your touch is literally poison. That’s what the main character faces in Melissa Bashardoust’s Girl, Serpent, Thorn.