This fall is going to be fantastic for YA readers. We’ll see the continuation of some popular series, the conclusion of others, promising new fantasy, spooky tales for Halloween, heartfelt literature, and stunning works of nonfiction. With so many amazing titles coming out over the next few months, YA fans will never be short on reading material.
This is the third book in the Three Dark Crown Series by Kendare Blake. If you’ve haven’t already hopped into these series, this is a great time to start. If You are well acquainted with the books, than you’ll be excited to know that the third book is out now! The Three Dark Crown series is perfect for those who want a little bit of dark fantasy and magic, without it being too creepy.
Jack is a Lantern who guards the portals between the mortal world, and the Otherworld: A place where monsters reign supreme. No one has ever gotten by him, until a witch named Ember finds her way in with the help of a vampire.
This book has been described as Pretty Little Liars meets Harry Potter. The story follows three princesses who each must protect their terrible secrets as they battle for the crown. The twist? Someone knows the secrets and wants them all exposed.
It’s been 200 years since Frankenstein first frightened and delighted readers. So what better way to celebrate the original book, than by reading this retelling of the story by an alternative view….An abused Elizabeth has been saved by Frankenstein, but how long can she maintain their friendship?
You’ve probably heard of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children Series, which in and of itself is a must read. A Map Of Days is the latest installment of the series which follows Jacob to Florida where he’s faced with many new dangerous adventures. True to form, A Map of Days is illustrated with creepy vintage photos that add a nice chill factor as you read.