When someone important is sold into slavery, Beka and her partners must go on a protracted Hunt with a capital H in the trilogy’s final book, Mastiff, by Tamora Pierce.
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Tamora Pierce takes the reader—and Aly—beyond the borders of Tortall into the political unrest of the Copper Isles in Trickster’s Choice.
Tamora Pierce wraps up her female-empowering series with Lady Knight, showing you just what a woman can get done when in a position of power.
The sequel to Nevernight, Jay Kristoff’s Godsgrave features cutthroat action, brutal fight scenes, and character growth.
Monstress, Volume 1: Awakening is a comic that features gorgeous art, an alternate fantasy universe, and a girl battling her literal inner demon.
Meagan Spooner’s Beauty and the Beast retelling, Hunted, incorporates darker themes, but remains true to the heart of the story.
Daine and Numair fight foes and feelings in Tamora Pierce’s The Realms of the Gods, the final book in The Immortals quartet.
Daine must pretend to play nice with a guy she’s preeetty sure is a megalomaniac murderer in Emperor Mage, the third installment of The Immortals series.
Daine and Numair find themselves part of the pack as they uncover a treasonous plot in Tamora Pierce’s Wolf-Speaker.
Swan dive back into the magical world of Tortall in Wild Magic, the first book of Tamora Pierce’s second series.
Get to know the Queen of Hearts when she was a young woman with hopes and dreams—before she became obsessed with chopping off heads—in Marissa Meyer’s Heartless.
Jay Kristoff’s Nevernight is a brutal but beautiful read. And you might even laugh a time or three.
In honour of Taggle from Plain Kate, the FYA Book Club pick for January, here's a roundup of our favourite talking cats!
Can Megan recapture that Suzanne Collins spark with Gregor The Overlander? It'd probably help if she had all the pages.
In Bill Willingham's Down the Mysterly River, a terrific foursome (of mostly talking animals!) go on a quest for truth and survival.
A review of The Wizard of Dark Street by Shawn Thomas Odyssey, which finds itself in good company among faerie/magic books that Erin actually likes.
Posh reviews the gorgeously heartbreaking Plain Kate by Erin Bow.
Meghan reviews Jacqueline West's The Books of Elsewhere: The Shadows, starring a girl who can travel into the weird paintings in her haunted house.