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Tag: ya lit
My favorite thing about Young Adult Contemporary books is how relatable they are! Airports, Exes, and Other Things I’m Over is a quick, cute read that threw me back to young high school love and how shattered the smallest thing could make me feel then.
Ever since I read How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather in the Fall, I have been craving another book about witches that would give me the same kind of feeling — utterly blown away. I got my wish with The Wicked Deep! This book is amazing and perfect for fans of Mather’s books, Practical Magic, and Hocus Pocus.
Sometimes you approach a book without expectations which makes it that much better when you discover how extraordinary it is! This was my experience with Atlas Fallen by Jessica Pierce. Atlas Fallen is Pierce’s debut novel; the first book in the Young Adult Science Fiction Cyber Crown Series, which released today!
Happy Release Day to BEYOND A DARKENED SHORE by Jessica Leake! Find out more about this Young Adult Fantasy and enter the giveaway for a copy.
Yesterday, I participated in an Instagram cover reveal with Book Ends Tours of Kiss of the Royal by Lindsey Duga, which releases July 3, 2018 from Entangled Teen. Today, I thought I would bring the STUNNING cover to you on my blog!
I recently looked back on the books I read in 2017, and I got all the feels thinking about some of them again! Some stories just stick with you, and that’s what I want to share — my thoughts on five of my favorite Young Adult reads from 2017!
You Don’t Know Me but I Know You took me by surprise! Some books you pick up and know fairly well what you’re getting into, but this book was unexpected — in a good way!
I won’t lie… my purchase of How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather was wholly influenced by Instagram! Because of that, I didn’t really have grand expectations for it, although I hoped for a decent seasonal read. So, to say that I was blown away is probably an understatement. I read this book at the perfect time of year — the end of October! With the setting of Salem, the background of the witch trials, and the Descendants making up the perfect cast of dark characters that you’ll love to hate (well… mostly), it was so hard to put How to Hang a Witch down. I had to know where the plot was going to lead next.
Some books take you by surprise. Heartless by Marissa Meyer was one such book for me. The story line is full of magic and marvel, danger and chaos, as one would expect from any tale from Wonderland. Meyer does the whimsical world justice and pays enough tribute while spinning her own narrative.