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11 Highly Anticipated Sequels of 2015
Every series fan knows the pain of waiting for the next installment to come out, which is surpassed only by the joy of finally having that sequel in your...
New Book Roundup: Psychic Powers, Intersexuality, and the (Super Creepy) Boy Next Door
This week’s most anticipated YA releases include an outsiders’ love story, a hair-raising thriller, and a cautionary tale against heading into...
the end of the world
Dystopian Novels for People Who Think They’re over Dystopian Novels
Picture this: a world in turmoil. A brutal government looking to stamp out anyone who dares oppose it. The only one who can stop this tyrannical system and...
Girl Scout Cookies, Sexy Villains, and Dreadful Draco
Here’s what we’ve been reading this week (when we haven’t been reading the week’s most exciting new releases). Who among us hasn’t longed to...
9 New Series Kicking Off in 2015
It was hard to see the end of so many great series in 2014—but for every series that closes, another one opens. This year brings the beginning of a...
What to Read Next if You Loved
We Were Liars
The problem with writing about books for Liars fans is you don’t dare say too much about them (and those already initiated into the cult of We...
New Book Roundup: Double Lives, Terrible Gifts, and Boys in Glass Coffins
This week’s most exciting releases include a jet-setting debut, a complicated runaway story, and a new fantasy from a master teller of fairy...
Around the World in One Debut:
The Conspiracy of Us
by Maggie Hall
Today marks the release of one of 2015 YA’s hottest new releases, The Conspiracy of Us, the first in an international thriller trilogy by debut...
8 Great YAs that Went Under the Radar in 2014
It’s an overwhelming and amazing thing, how many great young adult lit books come out every year, but it also means no one can possibly get to all of...
Fairy Tales, Makeout Scenes, and Ayn Rand Goes to Sweet Valley
This week, all of the bookish internet shook off the holiday cobwebs/deeply embedded cookie crumbs and started churning out loads of YA-flavored...
we need diverse books
A 2015 LGBTQI YA Preview
The past year brought YA some phenomenal LGBTQ titles, and this year, authors both debut and veteran are set to up the ante. The LGBTQ YAs of 2015 include...
15 Most-Anticipated YA Debuts of 2015
Is there anything more exciting than the promise of a crop of fantastic new writers that comes with a new debut class each year? You may already know the...
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