Wow, that BIG LITTLE LIES finale, right? It was weeks ago but we’re still reeling. If you’re looking for some murder mysteries with more of those complex, twisty-turny plot shenanigans, here are 6 YA novels you need to read (while you wait for Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Liane Moriarty to cook up BLL season 2!).
After many, many years, the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s AMERICAN GODS is finally here! To help you deal with the wait between each episode, here are 5 YA books you should read that conjure up all kinds of gods and monsters.
One of the greatest YA writers of all time—two-time Carnegie winner Patrick Ness—has a new TV show starting on BBC America this Saturday!
It’s bitingly funny, beautifully diverse, insanely emotional, and super intense. It’s a grounded sci-fi show set in a high school, a little bit like Buffy, but darker and edgier. And ruder.
Here are 5 reasons why you need to watch it!!
You know how it is. You’re just moseying along, minding your own business, when you stumble into a whole multiverse situation. Universes everywhere. They look the same, but some things are slightly different…. Ugh. Should’ve stayed in bed today and read a bunch of books instead.
You know how it goes. You’re moseying along, minding your business, when you find yourself in a total multiverse situation. Universes all over the place. They seem the same, but they’re not quite the same. Should’ve stayed in bed this morning and… uh, wait a minute…
Check out our guide to 5 YA novels that dive deep into that messy world of parallel universes and alternate realities.
Winter, huh? Ugh. If you’re suffering with the dark, the cold, and maybe the coming apocalypse, you might need a little escapism. Nothing wrong with a little me-time. Even Harry and Hermione found time to dance while Voldemort and the Death Eaters took over the Ministry, tore up the rules to society and civilization, and terrorized the world. Just a completely random example.
So what better way to escape than with some awesome 80s—and 80s-inspired—novels? Here’s your guide to escaping those winter blues.
Monsters, music, psychopaths, love stories, and more await you in these 7 essential YA reads from outside the US.
One year after the all-conquering ILLUMINAE took over the YA world, Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff are back with the glorious and somehow even more epic GEMINA—and this time they’ve brought along Marie Lu for the ride to do the illustrations!! It’s CRAZY AMAZING. Bigger, bolder, more action, more emotion… Here’s D’s review on the BN Teens Blog. You need this book. You need it. Buy it. Now.
If you’re chasing the feels—and honestly, aren’t all of us?—here are 7 graphic novels that you need to read. Warning: emotions ahead.
YA is full of liars—some great, some… not so great—but they’re usually hard to ignore. They’re not necessarily the good guys (or gals), but they’re often your fave characters in the book.
Here are 7 of the best.
You know those times when you want a YA novel that’s like a contemporary, and a historical? Here’s 5 YAs that give you both.