Young Adult New Releases

Young-adult fiction (often abbreviated as YA) is fiction written for, published for, or marketed to adolescents and young adults, roughly ages 13 to 18.

Young-adult fiction, whether in the form of novels or short stories, has distinct attributes that distinguish it from the other age categories of fiction. The vast majority of YA stories portray an adolescent as the protagonist, rather than an adult or a child. The subject matter and story lines are typically consistent with the age and experience of the main character, but beyond that YA stories span the entire spectrum of fiction genres. The

New Releases Tagged "Young Adult"

What If It's Us
Muse of Nightmares (Strange the Dreamer, #2)
Bridge of Clay
The Lady's Guide to Petticoats and Piracy (Montague Siblings, #2)
A Map of Days (Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children, #4)
Broken Things
A Very Large Expanse of Sea
Shadow of The Fox (Shadow of the Fox, #1)
Sawkill Girls
The Darkest Star (Origin, #1)
Grim Lovelies (Grim Lovelies, #1)
Dear Evan Hansen
The Boneless Mercies
Blanca & Roja
An Assassin's Guide to Love and Treason
The Brilliant Death
The Light Between Worlds
The Lost Sisters (The Folk of the Air, #1.5)
(Don't) Call Me Crazy
Black Wings Beating (Skybound #1)
This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story
When We Caught Fire
Odd One Out
The Gentleman’s Guide to Getting Lucky (Montague Siblings, #1.5)
The Devil's Thief (The Last Magician, #2)
Street Freaks
Beneath the Citadel
Paperback Crush: The Totally Radical History of '80s and '90s Teen Fiction
Light Years
Snow in Love
That Night
Carols and Chaos
The Geography of Lost Things
West (East, #2)
A Sorrow Fierce and Falling (Kingdom on Fire, #3)
Fury (Menagerie #3)
Imagine Us Happy
This Cruel Design (This Mortal Coil, #2)
Girl Squads: 20 Female Friendships That Changed History
The Healer
Words We Don't Say
Villain (Monster #2)
Heartstopper: Volume One (Heartstopper, #1)
Where She Fell
What They Don't Know
The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig
You Are The Everything
History Vs Women: The Defiant Lives That They Don't Want You to Know
Crown of Thunder (Beasts Made of Night, #2)
Easy Prey
Wildcard (Warcross, #2)
Two Dark Reigns (Three Dark Crowns, #3)
The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein
Escaping from Houdini (Stalking Jack the Ripper, #3)
The Sisters of the Winter Wood
Impostors (Impostors, #1)
And the Ocean Was Our Sky
Give the Dark My Love (Give the Dark My Love, #1)
Not Even Bones (Market of Monsters, #1)
A Blade So Black
For a Muse of Fire (For a Muse of Fire, #1)
A Room Away From the Wolves
Rule (Rule, #1)
People Kill People
My Real Name Is Hanna
Part of Your World: A Twisted Tale
Strange Grace
Summer Bird Blue
Check, Please!: #Hockey, Vol. 1
Meet the Sky
The Caged Queen (Iskari, #2)
Ignite the Stars (Ignite the Stars, #1)
The War Outside
The Lantern's Ember
The Deepest Roots
A Heart in a Body in the World
Buried Beneath the Baobab Tree
What the Woods Keep
As She Ascends (Fallen Isles, #2)
When Elephants Fly
Oh My Goth
Unbroken: 13 Stories Starring Disabled Teens
Legend of Me
Unclaimed Baggage
The Leading Edge of Now
The Agony House
The Good Demon
The Seclusion
This is War (Cats vs. Robots #1)
The Opposite of Innocent
A Spark of White Fire (The Celestial Trilogy #1)
Keeper of the Bees (Black Birds of the Gallows, #2)
Dare You to Lie

Charlaine Harris

Author of Dead Until Dark

Charlaine Harris has been a published novelist for over twenty-five years. A native of the Mississippi Delta, she grew up in the middle of a cotton field. Now she lives in southern Arkansas with her husband, her three children, three dogs, and a duck. The duck stays outside.

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