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FYA reveals their most anticipated YA standalone and series starter releases for 2017.
What are your favorite reads of 2016?
Time to reflect on our 2016 gifts from the book universe!
Brian Katcher sits down with authors Leigh Bardugo, Kami Garcia, Marissa Meyer, Emma Mills, and Caleb Roehrig to discuss fan fiction, playing the bass, student dares, ostrich bites, vlogging, and Fabio.
Crooked Kingdom, the second book in Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows duology, is what some movie critics might call a “total romp.”
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Celebrated authors Neil Gaiman, Leigh Bardugo, Scott Westerfeld, and more write about what superheros mean to them in the essay collection, Last Night, A Superhero Saved My Life.
Stephanie Perkins returns with a short story anthology for summertime swoon.
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In which you pick your favorite reads of 2015!
Presenting: Our favorite titles of the past year.
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.
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Slasher Girls and Monster Boys preys on your worst fears...and introduces you to a few new ones.
The Orlando North FYA Book Club recounts their recent GeekyCon adventures.
#FYAatBEA 2015 was a bookish dream vacation.
FYA reveals their most anticipated YA standalone and series starter releases for 2015.
The final book in Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha trilogy comes out June 17, and you could win a special poster—and a copy of the book!—to celebrate the release.
FYA reveals their most anticipated YA sequel and follow-up releases for 2014.
In which FYA picks their favorite titles of the past year!
Mandy C. is thankful that Leigh Bardugo’s Siege and Storm doesn’t shy away from the action, even though it’s the second book in a trilogy.
Mandy C. reviews Leigh Bardugo’s debut novel Shadow and Bone and finds herself cursing the powers that be for not blessing her with the Grisha ability to eliminate bad hair days.