Adi Alsaid's latest novel tackles friendship, romance, and clichés. (Sometimes, even all three at once.)
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Hit the road with Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid.
In Sarah Tregay's Fan Art, falling in love with your best friend becomes even more complicated when he doesn't even know you're gay.
The main character of Julie Murphy’s Side Effects May Vary might have cancer, but she doesn’t have to be so mean about it.
Ryan Dean West, from Andrew Smith's Winger, may think he's a loser, but this book sure is a winner.
Click to read a fabricated story of unrequited love and weird science.
A review of Leslie Stella's Permanent Record, a book about a bullied teen that Mandy will permanently remember.
Jenny reviews Martin Leicht and Isla Neal's Mothership, a book about a ship full of pregnant teenagers. In space.
Resident Badass Meredith gives a rundown of the awesome YA cliches in 21 Jump Street.
Forever Young Adult Presents: a review of Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler
A review of City of Fallen Angels, a Mortal Instruments book by Cassandra Clare, which left Jenny wanting more (and not in a good way).
Jenny is pleasantly surprised by The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong, in which sinister corporation experimentation results in weres.
Megan enjoys some Strawberry Hill wine with Looking For Alaska by John Green.
A review of The Liar Society by Lisa and Laura Roecker, whose private school heroine is reminiscient of FYA favourite Ms. Landau-Banks.
Jenny reviews Infinite Days (a Vampire Queen book) by Rebecca Maizel, whose heroine is a badass, slightly sociopathic former vampire.
Maggie Stiefvater's Lament (from the Books of Faerie) wasn't really memorable for Jenny.
Meghan found Kristin Cashore's Fire to be decent, but falling short of the high and swoontastic expectations set by its predecessor, Graceling.
A review of Fallen by Lauren Kate, which features an awesome mystery set in a creepy (but cool) reform school.
Author Cecil Castellucci shows that Beige doesn't have to be boring.
Claudia Gray's Evernight is like a baklava with layers of swoonworthiness and vampires.
Meghan finds a BFF, Lords & Ladies style, in Graceling by Kristin Cashore.
Carly and Anna are bickering sisters who love each other (deep DEEP down) in Peace, Love, and Baby Ducks by Lauren Myracle.
Have a thoroughly enjoyable tryst with The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare.
Discover the national treasure known as Ted Thammasat Tantipinichwong Schneider in Absolutely Maybe by Lisa Yee.
The swoon is unforgettable in Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac by Gabrielle Zevin.