Melissa Ostrom’s sophomore novel, Unleaving, is a love letter to healing and moving on after a traumatic experience.
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Jessika Fleck’s Beware the Night fits the YA fantasy mold.
Samira Ahmed's Internment is the best kind of YA: a compelling and empathetic call to action.
Brian reviews the novelization of the hit musical Dear Evan Hansen because he can't afford tickets to the show.
Mahimata, the final book in Rati Mehrotra’s Asiana duology, feels like both an ending and a beginning.
A picturesque beachside town and a heavy handful of Tasty Business are the stars of Lillie Vale's new novel, Small Town Hearts.
Justin A. Reynolds writes through the heartbreak with his debut novel, Opposite of Always.
Victoria Lee’s The Fever King is an intriguing dystopian debut in which magic—yes magic—is transmitted via virus.
Julie Berry returns with the help of Aphrodite and four young lovers in WWI.
Robin LaFevers’ nun-trained assassins return for a lesson in political drama in 15th century France with her new novel, Courting Darkness.