While the YA genre has grown exponentially over the years, there's still some things missing.
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Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Moon over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of The Less-Dead by April Lurie
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Cleopatra's Moon by Vicky Alvear Shecter
Erin books a stay at the hotel Wilfair from Alysia Gray Painter's novel, which has an indoor ferris wheel and a 500 Dip Bar!
Meghan is glad that she entered the unfamiliar realm of jocks for Reality Check by Peter Abrahams.
Jenny reviews Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly, in which two girls -- centuries apart -- search for Louis-Charles, the ill-fated dauphin of France.
In John C. Ford's The Morgue and Me, a summer job at the morgue turns into an amateur investigation into a suspicious death.
Meghan applies to be the sidekick of the titular reluctant detective of Lulu Dark Can See Through Walls by Bennett Madison.
A discussion of what's missing in YA literature. (Vampires need not apply.)