"The Perfect Match is the perfect match for readers who love big families and humor."
“Nearly every creature who lives here was once loved by a child of Earth, and loved the child in return.
". . . plot kicks into high gear from page one . . ."
Crash Into You is the third book in Katie McGarry’s series of dramatic romance novels for the YA audience.
“Fangirl is a deliciously warm-hearted nerd power ballad destined for greatness.”
“This story is as much about history as it is about progressing a just cause.”
In the months prior to America being dragged into the Second World War, the country was filled with undercover agents from Germany and other foreign lands.
“Ms. Stiefvater is at the top of her craft in The Dream Thieves.”
“Sexy yet restrained, The Infinite Moment of Us is a pretty, often introspective tale of first love.”
“. . . cautiously recommended . . .”
“. . . meaningful, heartwarming, and well told.”
Author Sarah Aronson does not write quiet little problem novels for young adults.
“. . . a mythic tale that transcends traditional boundaries.”
“. . . hard to put down.”
“Wild Awake is a spirited, swashbuckling tale . . .”
If I Should Die is the final book in the unique Revenants trilogy by Amy Plum.
Dark Triumph, the second installment of Robin LaFevers’ His Dark Assassin series picks up precisely where her debut Grave Mercy left off.
“. . . leaves us eagerly awaiting the next installment. . . .”
“Readers will find themselves cheering the protagonist, eager to find that light at the end of the tunnel . . .”
“bully.com is full of suspense with a surprise ending skillfully written to keep readers hanging on every word.”
“The author has reclaimed love and loveliness from an eternal winter—if only in a lyrical dream.”
“Tahereh Mafi has proved herself a masterful plotter and storyteller.”
Unravel Me is Tahereh Mafi’s second book in a dystopian YA trilogy.
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“. . . a welcome view of a likable young woman’s full-throttled claim on life in the early 20th century.”
Liv Stein awakens in an unfamiliar room, broken, bruised, and with no memory of life before the accident her parents claim nearly killed her.
“If the reader has not read the first book, he or she won’t have a clue what is going on . . .”
“Norah McClintock has found a formula that works.”