Alert! These 9 YA covers just dropped!
These 9 YA reads were just revealed, and we need them NOW.
Another Dimension of Us by Mike Albo
The Breakfast Club meets Brit Marling’s The OA in this thrilling science fiction story about teens from the past and the future who travel across the astral plane save the ones they love.
The Davenports by Krystal Marquis
A frothy and wise Bridgerton-esque YA romance with an all-Black main cast—the first book in a debut duology, set in turn-of-the-last-century Chicago.
The Severed Thread by Leslie Vedder
Clever, bookish Fi and her brash, ax-wielding partner Shane are back in this action packed sequel to the bestselling The Bone Spindle, the gender-flipped Sleeping Beauty retelling, perfect for fans of Sorcery of Thorns and The Cruel Prince.
A gorgeous contemporary romance about two ex-best friends, Cass and Syd, on a life-altering road trip following the reunion tour of the Darlas—the band Cass’s mom was in when she died. Perfect for fans of Nina LaCour, Mary H.K. Choi, and Jandy Nelson.
The Ruined by Renée Ahdieh
The stunning conclusion to the instant New York Times bestselling quartet that began with The Beautiful.
Nightbirds by Kate J. Armstrong
In a dazzling new fantasy world full of whispered secrets and political intrigue, the magic of women is outlawed but four girls with unusual powers have the ability to change it all.
Chloe and the Kaishao Boys by Mae Coyiuto
When Dimple Met Rishi meets Loveboat, Taipei in this hilarious YA rom-com about a Chinese-Filipina girl in Manila whose father sets her up on a marathon of arranged dates in hopes of convincing her to stay close to home for college.
Enter the Body by Joy McCullough
In the room beneath a stage’s trapdoor, all of Shakespeare’s tragically dead teenage girls—Juliet, Ophelia, Cordelia, and others—compare their experiences and retell the stories of their lives in their own terms.
The Memory Eater by Rebecca Mahoney
A teenage girl must save her town from a memory-devouring monster in this piercing exploration of grief, trauma, and memory, from the author of The Valley and the Flood.