Pierce Brown’s first novel might actually live up to the “next Hunger Games” hype.
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Need your brain blown to smithereens? Try Marisha Pessl's Night Film.
Even though it's only January, Posh can assure you that Laurie Halse Anderson's The Impossible Knife of Memory is one of the best YA books of 2014.
In which FYA picks their favorite titles of the past year!
It's tough not to nerd out over Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl
Mandy W. reviews Reality Boy by A.S. King, a book that she likes very much when it gets angry.
The sequel to The Raven Boys is everything Posh dreamed it would be (and more).
Posh explains why Matthew Quick's Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock might be the best book of the year.
In sort-of honour of Daddy-Long-Legs, the FYA Book Club pick for July, behold the literary MLD Hall of Fame! (Though with these guys, it's more of a Nonchalantly-Leaning-Against-the-Wall of Fame.)
A review (and defense) of Bennett Madison's September Girls, a sharp, funny, dark book about freaky mermaids.