“Nonstop action . . .”
“This morning I awoke to a dead girl standing beside my bed, peeling strips of skin from her arms.”
“a delightful book, guaranteed to promote snickers, chuckles, and a guffaw or two.”
Imagine the largest structure in the world—a residential tower stretching two and a half miles into the sky, a high-tech luxurious tower that straddles more than one hundred square blocks of New Yo
“A provocative sequel infused with Gaiman’s emblematic humor and nuance.”
Earth is dying, nearly devoid of oxygen and water. Forests are gone, oceans a half-forgotten myth.
“Tahereh Mafi has proved herself a masterful plotter and storyteller.”
Unravel Me is Tahereh Mafi’s second book in a dystopian YA trilogy.
“With his story of a chant that transforms a decrepit man, Mr. Rodari grants us the possibility that words can also alter a world gone awry—at least in fairy tales.”
“Dearly, Departed is a lush, roaming story, but the threads all come together masterfully at the end, with nothing left dangling. And it’s addictive.
“Mr. Hirsch delivers an intense and thought-provoking glimpse of one possible dystopian future.
Seventeen-year-old Emma seems like your average teenage girl—except for the fact that she considers herself cursed.
Due to a flaw in the genetic engineering designed to prolong the life of the population, men only live to 25 years of age, and women only live to be 20.
The Lost Saint is the second book of a young adult trilogy, continuing the story of The Dark Divine.
With the plethora of young adult paranormal series available in a post-Twilight world, it can be very difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff—especially as every series proclaims it
Katla Gudrun LeBlanc is stuck in Minnesota.
Danbert Nobacon, whose penname seems to be derived from an old knock-knock joke, is best known for his part in the rock band Chumbawamba.
There are times when every teenager in the world feels like an alien. But Mackie Doyle doesn’t just feel like an outsider; he knows he is different: not normal, maybe not even human.
In 2007 an intense debate heated up on the blogs of young adult authors Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier.
The much-anticipated conclusion to the young adult series, the Hunger Games, has finally arrived.
In a world of smoking hot vampires that charm the pants (and blood) off young women, there is a new kid in town who doesn’t quite measure up.