The final week of November brings us a fluffy rom-com set in Paris, a fantasy about huntresses inspired by Greek mythology, a Vietnam-era black ops adventure, and a debut about a city where the sun never sets. Lastly, two dystopian-future novels will make you shiver and turn pages faster than you thought possible.
November is a love letter to YA fantasy fans! If you’re into queer fantasy, as well as fantasy based on Greek, Chinese, and Japanese legends, consider this a monthlong opportunity to give thanks. Contemporary fans also have plenty to be grateful for, with tales of friendships lost and recovered, life on the factory line in […]
It’s here! It’s here! The LGBTQAP July–December preview is here! This is one of the most unusual seasons of queer YA we’ve seen, I think, in that in over twenty titles, almost none is your usual “boy meets boy” or “girl meets girl.” (And the one that is happens to be between boys who never get that […]
Walk through a book that feels like a ballad, return to the word-drunk world of Weep, discover new tales set in beloved fantasy realms, and dive into retellings that feel completely new. These are the fantasy books we’ll be building cottages in the woods out of this late summer and beyond, to lure in readers […]
These books hail from independent publishing houses, which rarely get the publicity of the bigger guys, but they will definitely be some of the most cool and unique books you read all year. One of the most awesome things about indies is that they tend to be less beholden to what’s on trend or what’s […]