The main character in Marcella Pixley’s Ready to Fall deals with the loss of a loved one in a very personal—and slightly crazy—way.
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Photos can come back to haunt you. Sometimes, so can your dead boyfriend.
Melina Marchetta's Saving Francesca is a sympathetic story of the search for identity in the midst of chaos.
In the mood for a political thriller? Jennifer Lynn Barnes has just the fix.
Sara Farizan tells us again how a YA romance should feel with her latest novel.
Katherine Howe's Conversion blends current high school drama with centuries-old drama in this new book.
Josin McQuein's Premeditated: Edmond Dantes meets Montresor
Sometimes killing your boyfriend isn't the worst thing you've ever done.
A review of The Lies That Bind, the second in the Liar Society series by Lisa and Laura Roecker. Now with more revenge!
A review of Maggie Stiefvater's The Raven Boys, a book that includes (but is not limited to): psychics, a quest, and private school boys.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Love? Maybe. by Heather Hepler
Against her better judgement, Meghan gets swept off her feet by Denise Deegan's And By the Way and And for Your Information (Butterfly Books 1 and 2).
A review of The Liar Society by Lisa and Laura Roecker, whose private school heroine is reminiscient of FYA favourite Ms. Landau-Banks.
Posh reviews Mostly Good Girls, the delightful and charming debut by Leila Sales.
Jenny reviews the Blue Bloods Series by Melissa de la Cruz, which is about vampires who used to be angels and are now hormonal society kids.
Carly and Anna are bickering sisters who love each other (deep DEEP down) in Peace, Love, and Baby Ducks by Lauren Myracle.