Young Adult Fiction Suggestions

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  • Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, by Ransom Riggs
    • This book is well written has a unique voice to pair with the unique story. The antique photos and mysterious content are a beautiful pair.
  • The Diviners, by Libba Bray
    • This series is set in the 1920’s  and follows a group of people who have powers, including Evie who can see the history of any object she touches. This group of Diviners have to fight against an evil growing in the shadows and murdering people, while hiding their powers.
  • The Caster Chronicles, by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
    • This series of books are full of romance, suspense, and magic. This series is surprisingly written from the perspective of a teenage boy named Ethan Wate. These books have a setting and story that draws the reader into the book.
  • The Gemma Doyle Trilogy, by Libba Bray
    • This trilogy based in Victorian England is full of mystery and magic, with a twist of romance. It is an enriched and vivid story following the teenage life of Gemma Doyle as she deals with friendship, newfound powers, and a school full of Victorian values.
  • The Pendragon Adventure, by DJ MacHale
    • This fantasy/sci-fi series captures its readers with its fantastical worlds, deep characters, and that love-to-hate antagonist. You follow the journey of Bobby Pendragon and his friends through their teenage lives as they face off against Saint Dane.
  • Going Bovine, by Libba Bray
    • A book about a teenage boy who gets ill. He learns that he has prion disease, which is much like a human form of mad cow disease. With the help of a dwarf, lawn gnome, and angel, he tries to make of his condition, while also fighting against an evil Wizard of Reckoning.

If you are an avid reader of young adult then these are some books I suggest. I enjoyed them imensely!

Thanks for reading,

-Lalia LaRose

 

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