A School of Magic YA novel that is fast-paced, good humored, beautifully penned, with engaging characters. Very smart!
Realistic teen life plus a hefty dose of magic realism equals a mighty fine read! Gretchen Wing's "The Flying Burgowski" will lift you above it all and satisfy your longing for a really good YA book.
When Brianna's Spanish Club travels to Mexico City, an unsettling truth divides family and friends - and threatens the safety of the entire trip. Can forgiveness be the answer when the deception is so fresh?
FRUIT of MISFORTUNE (Creatura #2) by Nely Cab – Science Fiction & Fantasy/Myth & Legends/Paranormal & Urban/Folklore
Being eighteen-years-old can suck. Take heart readers, it's not as if you're eighteen and destined to turn into a monstrous beast like Isis -- a suspenseful YA read with quick-witted banter.
When you're battling demons and dating an angel, love and understanding aren't always enough - but it's certainly makes for an exciting ride - in this latest novel from Lisa Voisin!
High fantasy with a female heroine and women warriors set within a unique story construct where not all is good nor evil.
Adventure, heartwarming romance, daring deeds, and a vividly portrayed landscape within this stirring debut Western series.
A magical formula for the young adult audience: a high school full of competing cliques; a beautiful, mysterious stranger; a dark, malevolent presence; and a bold young woman to sets things right.