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Reviews, recommendations, posts and ideas for and by young adults.
Fantasy and gritty realism, life-affirming yarns and suspenseful horror: this month's Young Adult list has something for everyone.
The Astonishing Colour of After is an incredible read that takes you on an emotional journey.
The Cruel Prince is intriguing, atmospheric and really dark.
Landscape with Invisible Hand will appeal to fans of retro science fiction.
I Am Thunder is timely, diverse and has a powerful message.
Goodbye Perfect is a phenomenal dissection of female friendships, loyalty and family.
The List of Real Things is a touching read about life, loss, grief and how truly magical the imagination can really be.
The Sacrifice Box is a frightening and gripping horror that’s perfect for a dark night.
Everless is an awesome, fantastic and really riveting debut in a new fantasy series you should keep an eye out for.
New titles from Louise O'Neill, Becky Albertalli and Sarah J. Maas