The main character of Gwendolyn Clare’s Ink, Iron, and Glass might be The Special, but her gift for writing worlds into existence is pretty darn enviable.
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Uncover ancient alien secrets in Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner’s latest co-authored tale, Unearthed.
Being the second child doesn’t come with the usual perks in the first book in Amy A. Bartol’s new dystopian series, Secondborn.
Wanted: Regular Earth girl to impersonate alien princess. No experience necessary and refusal is not optional.
Kayla Olson’s The Sandcastle Empire doesn’t bring anything new to the dystopian genre, but it’s not not entertaining.
There are no coincidences in Nicola Yoon’s The Sun Is Also a Star.
The star-crossed lovers in Jeff Giles’ The Edge of Everything face literal hell to be together.
Step right up!
Unnatural Deeds by Cyn Balog is a page-turning tale of obsession, murder, and lust.
Cinda Williams Chima’s Flamecaster expands her Seven Realms world into an engaging new generation of characters.
In first two books of the Four Sisters series, Stray and companion novel Burn, Elissa Sussman crafts a world that’s familiar, yet wholly separate, from classic fairy tales.
Join a group of gifted young adults as they investigate “anomalies” (i.e., psychic abilities) and teenage feelings in Robin Epstein’s HEAR.
In Da Vinci’s Tiger, L.M. Elliot takes an educated guess at the story behind one of Leonardo da Vinci’s earliest works.
Appearances are very deceiving in Katherine Howe’s The Appearance of Annie van Sinderen.
Marvel meets YA in Margaret Stohl’s Black Widow: Forever Red.
Learn what happens after true love’s kiss in Rhiannon Thomas’ debut novel, A Wicked Thing.
In her debut novel, I'm Glad I Did, acclaimed songwriter Cynthia Weil gives us a taste of what life was like for aspiring young female songwriters in the 1960s.
J.R. Johansson's Cut Me Free is a thriller about a girl who escapes from an attic and gets a new identity.
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.
Take a short trip back to a time to when department stores were a novelty, not the norm.
Buffy meets a snarkier Once Upon a Time in Kelly Thompson’s Storykiller.
Check out Serenade by Emily Kiebel, a book about a girl who discoveres she's actually a Siren - because following the song of the sirens totally worked out well for Odysseus's crew, right? Didn't it?
Katherine Harbour's Thorn Jack is a modern retelling of the Scottish folk tale Tam Lin.
What Lindsay Cumming’s first novel lacks in plot, it makes up for in body count.
The mystery in Amy Talkington's Liv, Forever involves a spooky conspiracy and a prestigious boarding school. It's elementary, dear readers, why this is a match made in heaven.
If you like nationally ranked swimmers who constantly remind you that they’re nationally ranked swimmers and who fall in love with complete strangers for no apparent reason, then you might enjoy Seth Fishman’s The Well’s End. Mandy C. did not.
Alix reads Darcy's Vampire Desire by Regina Jeffers, and it goes exactly as well as you would expect.
A review of A Confusion of Princes by Garth Nix
A review of Jessica Khoury's Origin. What is the price of being perfect?
Alix tried, and failed, to read The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause, a classic YA vampire book.
A review of Elizabeth Fama's Monstrous Beauty, a (gasp!) mermaid book.
Erin reviews Lisa Stasse's The Forsaken, a novel which proves you really never can trust The Man.
Jenny took a stroll down memory lane with M. B. Bloom's Drain You.