Two sisters get tested for a fatal genetic disorder, but only one receives a positive result, in Rachel Lynn Solomon's haunting debut, You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone.
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Mitali Perkins creates a homage to immigrants and complicated families in You Bring The Distant Near.
Dara must face the fallout from her best friend's death in Rebecca Phillips' These Things I've Done.
Sarah Fine’s Uncanny features unreliable narrators, a murder mystery, and a sexy android.
Witchy twins and a coastal European town are the shining stars of this darkly magical debut from Lana Popovic.
The stories in Leigh Bardugo’s The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic are both familiar and fresh.
Robin Benway is going to try her hardest to make you cry in her new novel, Far From The Tree.
Jessica Taylor's new novel explores what happens when one boy and two sisters-with-issues end up stranded on an island after a fatal boating accident.
Kathryn Ormsbee’s Tash Hearts Tolstoy examines asexualism through adaptation.
Meagan Spooner’s Beauty and the Beast retelling, Hunted, incorporates darker themes, but remains true to the heart of the story.
Scott Westerfeld and Alex Puvilland’s new graphic novel, Spill Zone, is a spooky and suspenseful time.
Lara Jean Song's story will live on in our hearts, always and forever.
After her sister's sudden death, Callie must deal with the fallout of a kidnapped girl, a grieving mother, and a town of people petitioning the Pope to make her sister a saint.
Autism and romantic relationships get a closer look in Claire LaZebnik’s new book, Things I Should Have Known.
Get to know a young artist through her own thoughts in Kayla Cagan’s Piper Perish.
Lesley Livingston’s The Valiant proves that you can take a girl away from her warrior clan, but you can’t take the warrior out of the girl.
Newly arrived from Port-au-Prince, a teenage girl gets a fresh start in Detroit while her mother's left behind in an immigration detention centre.
A teenager helps her non-lingual adoptive sister return to the Arctic island from where she and a bunch of other babies were found on an abandoned ship.
Maria Dahvana Headley’s Aerie revisits the fascinating sky world and sassy main character introduced in Magonia.
Anna-Marie McLemore’s new novel, When the Moon Was Ours, weaves a tale of family, identity, and love, and the lengths people will go to protect all three.
What happens when your kidnapped sister returns after thirteen years?
For this Brooklyn bruja, with great power comes great desire to get rid of said powers... and then travel to an alternate dimension after doing causes a huge clusterfuzz.
Investigate murder and a missing gem in A.J. Hartley’s Steeplejack, the first in the new Alternative Detective series.
Kat Howard's dark, sexy (adult) book explores art, sisterhood, and escaping an abusive childhood. Also, there are really hot dudes.
Sarah Crossan's One is the typical story of the give and take of being a twin sister. Especially when you share a pelvis.
In honor of Tina and Amy reuniting on the big screen, we're giving away some fabulous Sisters party accessories.
Ava Dellaira's love letters might be to the dead, but they pulsate with the rhythm of genuine heart.
Get a glimpse of the characters from Tessa Elwood’s upcoming Inherit the Stars in the (free to download) prequel short story Inherit the Stars: Reprieve. Plus: You could win an ARC of the full Inherit the Stars months before its release!
In Becoming Jinn by Lori Goldstein, wish-granting powers aren't all they're cracked up to be. Even with the side effect of turning you super hot.
Lee Kelly's City of Savages explores sisterly bonds so strong, they withstand the darkness of post-apocalyptic NYC. But then a boy enters the picture...
The second book in the Dispossessed series—The Lovely and the Lost—falls prey to a bit of Bridge Book Blues, but is entertaining nonetheless.
Teenage pregnancy, crazy religious cults, and fighting—lots of fighting—can all be found in Gary Meehan’s True Fire.
Ryan Graudin's The Walled City is a gritty thriller based on a v. real and unlawful place.
If you’re looking for a retelling of Edgar Allen Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher that is a little less bleak than the original … Bethany Griffin’s The Fall is not it.
Sara Farizan tells us again how a YA romance should feel with her latest novel.
Of Scars and Stardust is a psychological -- or is it paranormal? -- mystery and thriller.
The Cahill sisters go on one last treacherous magical adventure in Jessica Spotswood’s Sisters’ Fate.
... make some shelf space, 'cause Jenny Han's latest novel is joining your ranks.
Get whisked away to New York City by Charlotte Silver's The Summer Invitation.
The sweetness and humour definitely doesn't get lost in translation in Erin McCahan's Love and Other Foreign Words.
Kiersten White’s Mind Games duology is what some faceless movie critics might call a “fast-paced thrill ride.”
Annabel Pitcher returns with Ketchup Clouds, a story of guilt and grief, and of love and loss.
Mandy W. reviews Reality Boy by A.S. King, a book that she likes very much when it gets angry.
Author Elise Stephens discusses the lessons we can learn from our fictional brothers and sisters.
Sarah Ockler's latest novel is all about boys and the art of motorcycle maintenance.
Erin reviews Anna Jarzab's The Opposite of Hallelujah. Faith, family and Jens Lenkman? Yes, please!
A review of All You Never Wanted, a book about sisters that makes me glad I don't have one.
Jenny compares The Innocents to tv shows she's never watched in her review of Lili Peloquin's debut.
Dr. FYA tackles adoption, family estrangement, and conservative religious upbringing for a reader reaching out to her little sister.
Tell The Wolves I'm Home will crush you with grief and slay you with emotion. And you'll love every second.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Review of The List by Siobhan Vivian
Forever Young Adult presents: A review of Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Review of Texas Gothic by Rosemary Clement-Moore
A review of Entwined by Heather Dixon, a lovely retelling of The Twelve Dancing Princesses.
A review of Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma, which features a devoted pair of sisters.
A book review of Toads and Diamonds by Heather Tomlinson, a re-telling of the classic french fairy tale.
A review of Just Listen by the swoonmaster herself, Sarah Dessen.
Oh my grace! It's Bumped, the first in a dystopian series by Megan McCafferty.
Erin meets her book twin in Ashley Hope Pérez's What Can't Wait.
Posh reviews the book that ignited a lifelong literary girlcrush: That Summer by Sarah Dessen.
In Natalie Standiford's Confessions of the Sullivan Sisters, the eccentric matriarch holds the family inheritance hostage until the offending progeny delivers a formal apology.
In The Turning: What Curiosity Kills by Helen Ellis, the main character undergoes a strange transformation . . . (yes, even worse than puberty.)
Posh reviews The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson, a sweet and beautiful portrayal of a grieving teenager.
Meghan reviews Brilliant, the aptly-named conclusion of Rachel Vail's Avery Sisters series.
Meghan's new BFF Gorgeous, the second installment of Rachel Vail's Avery Sisters series, involves a cell phone possessed by the devil. (Must be havoc on the data plan.)
Meghan gets to know Rachel Vail's Lucky, the little sister that makes her look forward to the rest of the Avery Sisters series.
Jenny reviews Witch & Wizard by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet, an engaging story in which a pair of siblings discover their magical powers.
Carly and Anna are bickering sisters who love each other (deep DEEP down) in Peace, Love, and Baby Ducks by Lauren Myracle.