Curl up with a blanket, a cup of tea, and one of these great books.
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As the weather starts to get cooler and the days get shorter, there’s one thing to look forward to: curling up with a good book. If you’re a fan of young adult fiction, then you’re in for a treat this fall. There are a number of highly-anticipated titles being released in the coming months. From fantasy to romance, there’s something for everyone. So, if you’re looking for your next great read, here are the most anticipated young adult books releasing this fall!
The Getaway by Lamar Giles
After this thrilling ride, The Getaway, a new horror book from thriller master Giles, will keep you up at night. Known for its theme parks, Karloff County is a popular vacation spot where visitors may escape the increasingly unsettling outside world. Furthermore, the wealthy and powerful have been purchasing shares for the end of the world there without the knowledge of its employees. After school, Jay works at the main theme park, but he didn’t sign up to satisfy every customer’s desire. Particularly now when nobody wants to discuss the disappearance of his companion Connie…
Rust in the Root by Justina Ireland
In an effort to get a mage’s license, Laura Ann Langston moved from Pennsylvania to New York City six months ago. In 1937, there is a significant gap between those Americans who are able to use mystical arts and those who are unable to. Without a job to fall back on, she submits an application to the Bureau of the Arcane’s Conservation Corps, an organization of the government that favors the development of mechanomagic, business, and technology above magical skills. As apprentices paired with the mage Skylark, the two learn new realities about old ones, such as the time when Black mages were exterminated because of their might.
The 99 Boyfriends by Micah Summers
The following are Micah’s two greatest accomplishments: Two things stand out about him: first, his father is the King of Chicago, a sports radio broadcaster, and second, he’s ready to publish the 100th time on Instagram, where he sketches the crushes he’s too shy to ask out. Micah wants Boy 100 to be more than just an infatuation, but the best possibility recently vanished, leaving only a jacket in her wake. In an effort to return the pumpkin-embroidered jacket, Micah and his companions embark on an epic quest to find the child from the L.
Bonus: Surrender Your Sons by Micah Summers
When he came out to his religious fanatic mother, she had him abducted and taken to a remote island when his SAT scores tanked, the elderly guy he delivered meals to passed away. The conversion treatment camp Nightlight Ministries will house him until he “changed” is his final stop.
The Killing Code by Ellie Marney
At Arlington Hall, a top-secret government facility that was formerly a college, Kit Sutherland is hired to work as a codebreaker to aid in the war effort. She becomes a part of a team that also consists of Dottie, Moya, and Violet, whom she will soon need to rely on for more than simply code-breaking. Kit has just discovered one of the brutal crime sites that the girls are currently investigating as brutal killings are happening all around DC.
Seoulmates by Susan Lee
Hannah’s preparations for her senior year soon go apart when her boyfriend Nate unexpectedly breaks her heart by stating that they don’t have any interests. After all, Hannah hasn’t gotten into K-pop or K-dramas like Nate and his buddies have recently been enamored with. If they can figure out what exactly transpired between them the last time they saw each other, the presence of her ex-best friend and K-drama star Jacob Kim could distract her from the split.
Soul of the Deep by Natasha Bowen
Simi is now working for a new deity who controls the Land of the Dead from the bottom of the ocean. However, Simi’s life-saving transaction had unexpected repercussions, including the creation of demons that continue to find ways into the world of humans. But in order to make things right, she will also require a trickster’s assistance and will have to breach her word.
Bonus: Skin of the Sea by Natasha Bowen
Simi, a mermaid who serves the gods as a Mami Wata, gathers the souls of people who pass away at sea. Simi goes to the Supreme Creator to make atonement after violating the rules to save the life of a youngster who was cast overboard and who appears to know more than he should.
Foul Lady Fortune by Chloe Gong
With this intriguing As You Like It adaptation set in the 1930s, Chloe Gong’s spy-themed universe of These Violent Delights is expanded into. For four years, Rosalind hasn’t had any sleep. Literally. She is essentially indestructible now that she has been saved from death; no wound persists for very long, and she never longer ages or sleeps. She takes on the identity of the assassin Fortune in an effort to reinvent herself. Rosalind, a Nationalist spy who has her own secrets, is dispatched to Shanghai as the Japanese Imperial Army starts its advance in order to blend in with the international community there.
How to Succeed in Witchcraft by Aislinn Brophy
At the T.K. Anderson Magical Magnet School, where one learns everything about being a witch, Shay Johnson is a junior. Despite the fact that she is not especially excited about the notion, her theatre instructor, Mr. B, wants her to be the lead in this year’s musical. She wants to impress Mr. B since he is the chairman of the committee that selects applicants for full-ride university scholarships. She eventually starts to understand there’s more to her than Shay ever imagined when her primary rival, Ana, is cast as the other lead. When Mr. B’s unwelcome attention gradually shifts toward Shay, a scholarship on the line will soon be the least of her concerns.
Lark and Kasim Start a Revolution by Kacen Callender
In order to achieve their goal of becoming a writer, Lark is now developing their social media presence. However, a thread about unrequited love for a crush that Kasim, Lark’s former best buddy, unintentionally announced soon appears on Lark’s Twitter. Lark adopts the thread as their own as it develops popularity and attempts to sort out their thoughts around the unending criticism of online strangers, especially since their relationship with Kasim appears to be becoming more and more muddled by the day.
Afterlove by Tanya Byrne
Despite Ash’s track record of having less than spectacular dating success, Ashana and Poppy fell in love right away after meeting each other on a school trip. Unfortunately, following a hit-and-run, Ash gets a new job as a reaper, and everything comes to a screeching end. Ash has been given the responsibility of assisting the last person to pass away before the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve. Even though she goes about her daily activities, her thoughts are constantly on Poppy. Only those who are close to death can recognize the reapers for what they really are, so when Ash runs across Poppy and Poppy recognizes her, Ash must decide whether taking a second chance is worthwhile given how close death is.
Bonus: The Falling in Love Montage by Ciara Smyth
Saoirse Clarke, a 17-year-old cynic, isn’t searching for a romance. But when she meets naughty Ruby, that rule is immediately broken. Kind of. Because Ruby has a workaround in mind: a summer filled with all the finest cliche movie montage dates, with a clear conclusion in the fall and no painful breakups or shattered hearts. If they hadn’t forgotten one crucial aspect of the Falling in Love Montage—that by the time it was complete, the protagonists had actually fallen in love—it would be the ideal strategy.
Demon in the Wood by Leigh Bardugo & Dani Pendergast
This Darkling precursor graphic novel is now a part of Leigh Bardugo’s remarkable Grishaverse. Eryk and his mother have spent their whole lives hiding their uncommon and lethal abilities from people around them. However, certain secrets have a way of emerging from the shadows. The genesis of a well-known visage is given a completely new dimension by Pendergast’s amazing artwork.
Well That Was Unexpected by Jesse Q. Sutanto
Despite never having met, Sharlot Citra and George Clooney Tanuwijaya have been speaking often online. The fact is that Sharlot’s mother and George’s father both had their own strategies to find the ideal match for their children, which included posting the majority of their children’s personal data on the dating app. The teenagers aren’t very enthusiastic, but as they go on a vacation, they start to get to know one another outside the confines of their carefully prepared parental biographies.
Monarch Rising by Harper Glenn
Jo has spent her entire life fantasizing about getting picked from the Line Up in order to move on from the Ashes. Her desire being granted results in the first of many significant changes in her life. One of their stepsons, Cove, was groomed to be an emotional weapon and instead wants to shatter Jo, despite the fact that she is meant to be dazzling the New Georgia Reps at a banquet. There is a riot back in the Ashes on the eve of the Gala.
A Scatter of Light by Malinda Lo
2013 is the year when the sequel to Malinda Lo’s multi-award-winning Last Night at the Telegraph Club takes place. Aria anticipated a summer filled with Martha’s Vineyard fun, friends, and plenty of sand. The reality, however, has far more potential to be dull: she will spend the summer at her grandmother’s house. However, living there introduces her to Steph, a gardener for Aria’s grandmother who warmly welcomes her into a lesbian culture she could never have imagined.
Man Made Monsters by Andrea L. Rogers
A large Cherokee family is followed over several centuries in Rogers’ collection of short stories. Each narrative seems immensely real and seductive while simultaneously evoking distinct kinds of goosebumps. They range in topic and style from vampires to the Vietnam War, with illustrations by Cherokee artist Jeff Edwards for each story. A beautiful and eerie novel for you to read.
Second Death of Edie and Violet Bond by Amanda Glaze
Twin mediums named Edie and Violet resided in Sacramento in 1885. They are scarcely immune to the grasp of death, despite Violet’s ability to lift the curtain separating life and death and Edie’s ability to go into the hereafter. After their mother dies, they flee and join a traveling Spiritualist show, but when Violet’s performance goes awry, they are left with no one else to rely on except each other. In addition, the ghost who killed their mother is now present in their world along with the apparition of someone who is hunting mediums.
Bonus: She’s Too Pretty to Burn by Wendy Heard
A seductive psychological thriller that delves into the interconnections of love, art, danger, and power. This film, based on The Picture of Dorian Gray, follows two closest friends as they find they are falling in love. There was a fire, two murders, three drowned bodies, and one stalker. They will not survive this summer.
The Sevenfold Hunters by Rose Egal
Everything is going according to plan until the Nosaru murder one of Abyan’s squad members. To make matters worse, the school administration replaces her star team member, Artemis, with a subpar new recruit. Despite the fact that Artemis fails every exam and brings the team down with her, their ruthless teachers refuse to expel her. Abyan, Artemis, and the rest of the team work together to solve the riddle of why Artemis is there, what the Nosaru truly want, and what Carlisle Academy has been keeping from them all.
The Whispering Dark by Kelly Andrew
Delaney Meyers-Petrov is weary of being stereotyped as frail because she is deaf. She’s been admitted into a prominent program that teaches pupils how to travel between parallel universes. She and Colton are forced to create a shaky alliance after a fellow student is found deceased. They soon come up against something ancient and unnamed that threatens to break them apart.
Night of the Raven, Dawn of the Dove by Rati Mehrotra
Katyani is tied to the queen of Chandela by a prohibited soul bond that she formed as a kid to save her. When the latest murder attempt on the royals results in a faceless body and no clues to the perpetrator, Katyani is reluctantly dispatched to protect the princes. She must discover the truth about her history in order to save what she loves and shape her own destiny.
Love from Mecca to Medina by S. K. Ali
Adam and Zayneb are brought together by chance during a pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina, in Saudi Arabia. But the trip is nothing like what they expect, from the appearance of Adam’s former love interest in their traveling group to her anxiety when she’s supposed to be “spiritual”. As one wedge after another drives them apart, do they start to wonder if their meeting was an oddity? Or can their love transcend everything else like the greatest marvels of the world?
Bonus: Love from A to Z by S. K. Ali
Marvel: something you find amazing. Oddity: whatever gives you pause, like the fact that there are hateful people in the world. Zayneb, the only Muslim in class, isn’t bad – she’s angry. Fueled by the guilt of getting her friends in trouble, she resolves to try out a newer, “nicer” version of herself. Adam, on the other hand, is intent on keeping the memory of his mom alive for his little sister.
Bonus: Some Girls Do by Jennifer Dugan
The Future Is Inclusive selection by The Book Guide®: Morgan and Ruby, award-winning athletes, are forced to move high schools since being homosexual violates the rule of behavior at their private Catholic school. The two are attracted to one other and are unable to conceal their increasing affections for one another. Morgan doesn’t want to keep their developing romance a secret, but Ruby isn’t ready to come out just yet. Can they go the distance together, each on her own journey to living her truth?