Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Wings and Ruin has us (once again) looking for one-way tickets to Velaris.
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Lara Jean Song's story will live on in our hearts, always and forever.
Marie Lu's The Young Elites series reaches its breathtaking conclusion.
Claudia Gray’s Firebird trilogy spans time periods and dimensions, and wraps up with the appropriately epic A Million Worlds With You.
The final book in Mary E. Pearson’s Remnant Chronicles trilogy, The Beauty of Darkness, brings the series to a truly satisfying (if not easy) close.
Maggie Stiefvater brings The Raven Cycle to a magnificent close. In other words, TEABS FOR DAYS.
Time to kiss Marie Rutkoski's The Winner's Trilogy goodbye.
HOLY SHIZZ, a.k.a. a long overdue review of Ilsa J. Bick's Monsters, the final installment in the Ashes trilogy.
The final book in Marissa Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles, Winter, doesn’t disappoint. (But it is terribly hard to say goodbye to these friends.)
Get ready to fall under the spell of Rainbow Rowell's Harry Potter-inspired novel, Carry On.
An Ember in the Ashes is a high-stakes fantasy with some slow-burn swoon that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
To fall in love with The Royal We.
The stakes -- and tensions -- reach new heights in The Winner's Crime.
Heather Demetrios' I'll Meet You There is the kind of book that'll stay with you for a long, long time.
Grab your trusty towel and hang on for a wild, galaxy-crossing adventure with Amy Rose Capetta’s Unmade!
The Winner's Curse by Marie Rutkoski is def. worth the gamble.
Fasten your seatbelts, because The Infinite Sea ain't no bridge book.
Megan Whalen Turner's The Queen's Thief series offers political intrigue, memorable characters, and moments so hot you'll need a church fan.
Ryan Dean West, from Andrew Smith's Winger, may think he's a loser, but this book sure is a winner.
Need your brain blown to smithereens? Try Marisha Pessl's Night Film.
Why Smarty Pants Pia will never recover from not knowing the end of Poseur.
The sequel to The Raven Boys is everything Posh dreamed it would be (and more).
Mandy W. discovers that it's never too early for TEABS, thanks to The Mark of Athena, Book 3 of The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan.
Trust no one... except for Posh, who is telling you that The 5th Wave is freaking fantastic.
You should really read Rainbow Rowell's Eleanor & Park. Trust.
Jenny waves a tearful but happy goodbye to some old friends in Michael Grant's Light.
Jenny has no trouble at all sharing her love for Claire LaZebnik's new novel about a girl and a theater camp.
Erin reviews Tara Altebrando's What Happens Here, a tale of travel, home, friendship and what happens when everything falls apart.
Erin reviews Annabel Pitcher's My Sister Lives on the Mantlepiece, a story of the wild romance of grief and the tiny blossoms of hope. REQUIRED READING, Y'ALL.
Erin offers you a chance at winning The Letter Q, an anthology featuring some of today's great authors and their advice to their younger selves.
A review of Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore, the long-awaited sequel to Graceling, is poignant, thought provoking, and has swoon galore.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Review of Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver
Posh reviews John Green's The Fault In Our Stars, a book that carries a hefty DNRIP tag.
Forever Young Adult presents a book review of Legend by Marie Lu
A review of Ashes by Ilsa J. Bick, set in post-apocalyptic world without electricity and OMG READ IT ALREADY so Meghan can talk about it!
Megan reviews The Piper's Son by Melina Marchetta, which features older YA characters (yay!). And: MELINA MARCHETTA.
Sparkle Ponies, unite! Erin reviews Beauty Queens by Libba Bray.
Meghan gets a wicked case of TEABS (and an urge to belt out Jackson Five classics) after reading I'll Be There by Holly Goldberg Sloan.
Please read Dreamland Social Club by Tara Altebrando, lest Erin resort to expressing her frustration with drastic acts of hair consumption.
Megan enjoys some Strawberry Hill wine with Looking For Alaska by John Green.
Despite its dark and twisted nature, Erin enjoys Violence 101 by Denis Wright.
Jenny reviews the sobfest that is Lucy Christopher's Flyaway, in which a young girl copes with the struggles in her own life by channeling her energy into rescuing a lone swan.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Review of the Unsanely Awesome Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness
A review of Sara Zarr's Sweethearts. (Seriously, Cameron. CALL US. ASAP.)
Henri wraps up his Mockingjay analysis with a heavy serving of disappointment and a dash of snark.
A guide to surviving Mockingjay TEABS (The End of an Awesome Book Syndrome).
Erin finishes Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins, and the massive case of TEABS has already set in. Solution: ALCOHOL PLZ.
Erin reviews Mockingjay (Ch 1-15) by Suzanne Collins, with things that made her undeniably happy. (Don't worry; there are still rants aplenty.)
A book review, nay, A LOVE LETTER, for one of Posh's favorite series of all time, the Jessica Darling books by Megan McCafferty
A review of the Sarah Dessen classic, The Truth About Forever. Prepare to swoon!
The situation grows bleaker for the kids in the third Gone book, Lies by Michael Grant.
A review of The Ask and the Answer, the second book in Patrick Ness' Chaos Walking trilogy, which will probably kill Posh because she love it so much (or at the very least, ruin her fingernails).
Michael Grant's Gone series continues with Hunger -- and there's more danger, more death, and more fear!
Michael Grant's Gone (first of the Gone series) has a bit of everything: alternate dimensions! Mutations! Asteroids! And oh yeah -- a massive case of TEABS!
A review of the beautiful and heartbreaking Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta. P.S. JONAH GRIGGS POSH HEARTS YOU.
Posh reviews Patrick Ness' The Knife Of Never Letting Go, a book that totally slayed her with awesomeness.
What's your fave young adult book from 2009? Let's toast this shizz!
Erin urges everyone to find a safe sobbing spot and read The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.
Erin can't contain her excitement for Catching Fire, the sequel to The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.
Posh reviews Suzanne Collins' little-known book called The Hunger Games.