In this modern coming-of-age story, Kathryn Berla has successfully created appealing characters whose paths cross in unique and compelling ways.
Browsing: YA Fiction
Told in alternating scenes of reality and dream-like flashbacks led by ghost-hosts, A Million Junes, by Emily Henry, grips you from the first chapter.
This month, you’ll discover five books that we’re highlighting from The New York Times’ best selling hardcover young adult titles including The Hate U Give, by Angie Thomas.
Ashley Poston is a part-time author and full-time fangirl. Geekerella is a fairy tale for anyone who believes in the magic of fandom
Whitney Taylor’s characters that makes Definitions of Indefinable Things so enjoyable to read – that, and the rich, complex, and intelligent dialogue.
Claire LaZebnik, author of Things I Should Have Known, shares 5 things she should have known before becoming a writer.
Katie Bayerl, the author of A Psalm for Lost Girls, gives a behind the scenes look into creating a debut young adult novel.
Whitney Gardner is the author of YOU’RE WELCOME, UNIVERSE (March 7, 2017; Knopf), an illustrated YA novel about a Deaf teen artist who must decide between being painted into obscurity or risking getting caught after she finds herself locked in a graffiti war with an opponent who takes it a step too far.
Are you looking for the next best new young adult novels? We have 11 March releases to share with you.
The Morris Island gang is back in Terminal, the fifth and final full installment of Kathy and Brendan Reichs’ NY Times Bestselling Virals series.