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Two strangers form an unlikely connection via text in Mary H.K. Choi's debut.
Shadowsong, S. Jae-Jones’ sequel to Wintersong, is a shadow of its predecessor.
Dating's tough enough as it is, but exploring romantic feelings gets even more complicated for the asexual protagonist of Let's Talk About Love by Claire Kann.
Ellie Marney’s No Limits reiterates the importance of that whole “just say no to drugs” adage.
Victoria Namkung wants to give notice to any inappropriate teachers out there: Never underestimate the power of justice.
Two best friends, living two very different lives, on opposite coasts—but they’ll always have the Avengers and snark to fall back on.
A college reject moves to Hollywood to pursue an acting career in Leila Howland's Hello, Sunshine.
When uber-introvert Allison is forced to hold eye contact with a handsome stranger for three full minutes, she learns that intimacy can be life-altering in both positive and negative ways in Jessica Park's 180 Seconds.
Find out if you have what it takes to be a theme park princess in Karole Cozzo’s newest novel, The Truth About Happily Ever After.
Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Wings and Ruin has us (once again) looking for one-way tickets to Velaris.
S. Jae-Jones weaves a lush melody of love and loss in her debut novel, Wintersong.
Fandom meets “reality” in Danika Stone’s All the Feels.
Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Mist and Fury turns Prythian's ways (and reader’s emotions) on their heads.
All European vacations should have good food, beautiful sights, and hot musicians, like the one in April Lindner's Love, Lucy does.
The newest Russel Middlebrook novel. He's a lot wiser than when we met him in Geography Club, but no cooler.
'Tis the season to swoon your face off with My True Love Gave to Me, the holiday short story collection edited by Stephanie Perkins.
This book has everything: time travel, superpowers, and angels... but not a lot of actual smut.
Sara Zarr and Tara Altebrando wrote a book together. So obviously, it's great.
Mandy W. can't resist a catchy, descriptive title. One such example is Amy Fecteau's Real Vampires Don't Sparkle.
Erin reviews Losing It, a New Adult book with some serious blue ball action.
Alix reviews Dear Enemy, the sequel to Daddy-Long-Legs by Jean Webster starring Judy's bff, Sallie McBride.
Alix reviews Daddy-Long-Legs by Jean Webster, a classic about a precocious orphan going off to college.
Alix reviews Alif the Unseen, a book that manages to blend fantasy, theology, and computer hacking.
Erin would like to talk to you about Girls, the new HBO show by Lena Dunham.
Forever Young Adult presents: A review of The Final Four by Paul Volponi
Forever Young Adult presents a book review of Emily of Deep Valley by Maud Hart Lovelace
Forever Young Adult presents: a book review of Red Fox, and Experiment in Terror novel, by Karina Halle
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!
Jenny might as well face it, she's addicted to Waking the Witch by Kelley Armstrong.
Megan reviews The Piper's Son by Melina Marchetta, which features older YA characters (yay!). And: MELINA MARCHETTA.
A review of Darkhouse, an Experiment In Terror novel, by Karina Halle, which features ghost hunters on the A side of YA.
Jenny reviews Jane by April Lindner, a modern retelling done right of Jane Eyre.
A discussion of what's missing in YA literature. (Vampires need not apply.)
A book review, nay, A LOVE LETTER, for one of Posh's favorite series of all time, the Jessica Darling books by Megan McCafferty