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When a reformed criminal and the governor's daughter are thrown together on the campaign trail, they come down with a bad case of wanting what they can't have in Katie McGarry's Say You'll Remember Me.
The sequel to Nevernight, Jay Kristoff’s Godsgrave features cutthroat action, brutal fight scenes, and character growth.
The first in Renée Ahdieh’s new series, Flame in the Mist, is a lush, powerful, swoony tale that incorporates aspects of both Mulan and Robin Hood while standing on its own two feet.
Revisit your Josh Hartnett crush with guns a-blazing.
Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Wings and Ruin has us (once again) looking for one-way tickets to Velaris.
The main characters of Whitney Taylor’s Definitions of Indefinable Things struggle with depression, deception—and what it means to truly live.
Death falls into the lap of the main character of Marni Bates’ Dial Em for Murder—literally.
Crooked Kingdom, the second book in Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows duology, is what some movie critics might call a “total romp.”
Jay Kristoff’s Nevernight is a brutal but beautiful read. And you might even laugh a time or three.
The magic of the Cirque American is back in Gwenda Bond’s Girl in the Shadows.
Romeo and Juliet meet Nancy Drew—at the circus—in Gwenda Bond’s Girl on a Wire.
Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Mist and Fury turns Prythian's ways (and reader’s emotions) on their heads.
This science fiction show about a band of misfit mercenaries will remind you of shows you've seen before—no, not that one—but this kind of nostalgia can be a good thing.
Join a group of gifted young adults as they investigate “anomalies” (i.e., psychic abilities) and teenage feelings in Robin Epstein’s HEAR.
Francesca Zappia’s debut novel Made You Up features a main character who struggles with paranoid delusions and schizophrenia—and has a predisposition for some serious sass.
Return to the world Leigh Bardugo created in The Grisha Trilogy with a new cast of (dangerous, morally questionable and awesome) characters in Six of Crows.
Lori Rader-Day takes a look at the darker side of small-town living—and high school memories—in Little Pretty Things.
Get to know the children of Disney’s most infamous villains in Melissa de la Cruz’s The Isle of the Lost.
Sarah J. Maas’ latest book, A Court of Thorns and Roses, is a faerie book filled with action, adventure and some serious swoon.
Look past the odd character names in Justine Larbalestier’s Razorhurst, and you’ll find an action-packed historical novel with a little paranormal business thrown in for flavor.
Learn what happens after true love’s kiss in Rhiannon Thomas’ debut novel, A Wicked Thing.
Although hot paranormal creatures are still totally her bag, Mandy C.’s worried mind wasn’t eased by the too-familiar plot of Nikki Kelly’s Lailah.
But it’s definitely aliens in the first book in James Frey and Nils Johnson-Shelton's new Endgame series, The Calling.
Melissa Marr’s Made For You is a book you want to read in the middle of the day, with all of the lights on.
Bonnie and Clyde might be dead, but that’s not going to stop them from trying to live their lives.
Tahereh Mafi wasn't kidding when she titled the third book in her trilogy.
One of Mandy C.’s favorite feel good movies, Penelope features James McAvoy as a somewhat shady musician with a heart of gold and Christina Ricci as a sweet and sheltered girl with … a pig snout.
Posh would like to make more than just a deal with the devil in Rosamund Hodge's Cruel Beauty.
Robin Constantine's tingly romance is easy to devour with no serious digestion required.
Erin reviews April Henry's fast-paced thrill ride, The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die.