YA Week 2018

Posted by Hayley on July 12, 2018

Within the pages of these YA books, adventure awaits. Whether you're a fan of dystopian rebels or high school sweethearts, mischievous royals or small-town sleuths, we've got irresistible book recommendations just for you.


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Most Anticipated YA Books
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Grab the popcorn, readers.





What will you be reading for YA Week?

Let us know in the comments!


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message 1: by Nadia (last edited Jul 30, 2018 08:30AM) (new)

Nadia I'm re-reading The Raven Cycle for the second time this year, and recommend everyone to do the same.


message 2: by Hannah (new)

Hannah I’ll be finishing The Bane Chronicles and then reading More Happy Than Not, which I have been looking forward to reading since I bought it.


message 3: by Nikita (new)

Nikita Lunar Chronicles, Throne of Glass, A Court of Thorns & Roses, Renegades, Iron Fey, Shadowhunters Chronicles, Penryn & the End of Days, Vampire Academy/Bloodlines, Talon, Hunger Games, Tiger's Curse Saga, Blood of Eden


message 4: by Mag (last edited Jul 31, 2018 02:26PM) (new)

 Mag What does ya week mean ?

- Edit : Thank you for the answer.^^


message 5: by Gildie (new)

Gildie Mag wrote: "What does ya week mean ?"

Young Adult week. :)


message 6: by Lucie (new)

Lucie Just fnished “Salt to the sea” (awesome read!). Will start “Tales of the Peculiar”


Mummy Loves Books normally I'm reading YA but this week I'm on Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff because it's on only a 2 week loan from my library so I need to get it back quickly


message 8: by JadeBrieanne (new)

JadeBrieanne I'm currently reading RF Kuang's The Poppy War and CHECK THAT BOOK OUT! I LOVE IT!


message 9: by Iset (new)

Iset None of them. I don't like YA.


message 10: by SumaiYa (new)

SumaiYa AhmEd Just finished Turtles all the way down, next will be The Hate U Give.


message 11: by Hafza (new)

Hafza Jafar Guys, I've just read One Of Us Is Lying and I absolutely loved it! can anyone please please PLEASE recommend another similar book. Something that's YA, has mystery and romance tastefully balanced.
Thank you!


message 12: by Pete (new)

Pete ...Once again to Goodreads: I would love for this not to be a sponsored post at the top of my feed. Any way this could be made possible?

I feel there should be an 'opt out of all the bullshit' button.


message 13: by a. ❄️ (new)

a. ❄️ spending the YA week with The Hunger Games trilogy.


message 14: by Xia Xia (last edited Jul 30, 2018 11:09AM) (new)

Xia Xia These should be under the hidden gems.
Hiroku
Something Like Summer


message 15: by Janis Kay (new)

Janis Kay A Reaper at the Gates!!! Finally!!!


message 16: by Shirayuki (new)

Shirayuki Well, truly a bunch: A Court Of Wings And Ruin, Throne of Glass, Fangirl, Ash Princess, City of Bones. If I can find them at the bookstore, Children Of Blood And Bone or Simon vs. The Homo Sapies Agenda. Depends on which they have currently~


message 17: by Michelle (new)

Michelle  Silva Im in the middle of Gemina, im getting so excited on this story, cant wait to finish it !


message 18: by Bethany (last edited Jul 30, 2018 11:32AM) (new)

Bethany I'm reading the Loose Ends List by Carrie Firestone.


message 19: by Amberlee (new)

Amberlee ❁ ana. ❁ wrote: "spending the YA week with The Hunger Games trilogy."
i have already read it


Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* Hafza wrote: "Guys, I've just read One Of Us Is Lying and I absolutely loved it! can anyone please please PLEASE recommend another similar book. Something that's YA, has mystery and romance tastefully balanced. ..."

One of Us is Lying was great!!

I also recommend this one very highly: Little Monsters

This one is also very good and part of a trilogy: I Hunt Killers


message 21: by Janis Kay (new)

Janis Kay Hafza wrote: "Guys, I've just read One Of Us Is Lying and I absolutely loved it! can anyone please please PLEASE recommend another similar book. Something that's YA, has mystery and romance tastefully balanced. ..."

Maybe not much romance in this one, but I just finished The Unfortunates. It's a quick read and will really keep you guessing the entire way through. I wasn't the biggest fan, but you might like it! Another book I heard was really good is Not If I Save You First. Hope this helps! :)


message 22: by Amberlee (new)

Amberlee i like that book to


message 23: by Kira (new)

Kira Brighton Yay! YA is my favorite! I love it so much.


message 24: by Camille (new)

Camille Nadia wrote: "I'm re-reading The Raven Cycle for the second time this year, and recommend everyone to do the same."

Haha! I did the same thing around April! Read them 2x through, back-to-back. I love the series so much.


message 25: by fin (new)

fin Mag wrote: "What does ya week mean ?"

Young Adult


message 26: by Daniella (new)

Daniella Featherstone It'll be my first time reading Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas and I will probably be reading Thirteen Reasons Why and Red Queen after that.


message 27: by Ros (new)

Ros Currently, been re-reading the shadowhunter chronicles and read the ones i haven't read yet. Right now, I started to read City of Fallen Angels... I have only read the second part of the Mortal Instruments just once a few years ago so... It feels a little like reading them for the first time


message 28: by Giada (new)

Giada Sto leggendo "Champion" di Marie Lu


message 29: by Paintthesilence (new)

Paintthesilence Hafza wrote: "Guys, I've just read One Of Us Is Lying and I absolutely loved it! can anyone please please PLEASE recommend another similar book. Something that's YA, has mystery and romance tastefully balanced. ..."

If We Were Villains
Maybe?


message 30: by Lauren (new)

Lauren The Supes by Matthew Pritt is an awesome Young Adult read! You all should check it out!!! The Supes. An indie coming of age tale for the downtrodden superhero, family, conflict, unexpected twists, and strong characters!


message 31: by Christina ☾ (new)

Christina ☾ Mag wrote: "What does ya week mean ?"

Young Adult


message 32: by Alicia (new)

Alicia Is YA Week a thing??! Yay! It's YA week every week for me as a HS librarian. I'll be reading The Wicked King, Holly Black's January 2019 release, some debuts, American Road Trip and S.A. Bodeen's upcoming The Tomb.


message 33: by Megan (new)

Megan Ellis Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo


message 34: by Joey (new)

Joey Harpel These Ruthless Deeds by Tarun Shanker and Kelly Zekas.


message 35: by Emily (new)

Emily I just finished the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series!


message 36: by Fahima (new)

Fahima Megan wrote: "Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo"
SAME HERE!


message 37: by Mehar (new)

Mehar If anyone is into fantasy and heists and amazing characters, I totally recommend the Six of Crows duology. I've never quite read anything like it, and I don't think I ever will. Be warned, though, it might spoil any unfortunate books you read after it because it just eclipses everything with its sheer awesomeness.


message 38: by Megan (new)

Megan Ellis Mehar wrote: "If anyone is into fantasy and heists and amazing characters, I totally recommend the Six of Crows duology. I've never quite read anything like it, and I don't think I ever will. Be ..."

I totally agree but it reminds of The Lunar Chronicles


message 39: by Theresa (new)

Theresa I just finished Holding Up the Universe, which was entertaining and good. Now I just started After the End by Amy Plum.


message 40: by ella-kathryne (new)

ella-kathryne Nadia wrote: "I'm re-reading The Raven Cycle for the second time this year, and recommend everyone to do the same."

ahh totally agree!


message 41: by Sharon711 (new)

Sharon711 turner l like to read the Arc of Scythe series, pride, the darkest star, sea witch and seafire. and maybe mirage: a novel


message 42: by Amy (new)

Amy I'm reading Tempests and Slaughter then going back and reading the entire Tortall set all over again because that's where my brain's at.


message 43: by Sydney (new)

Sydney Just starting the twilight series!


message 44: by John (new)

John Hudson TheThird I'm reading Ready Player One. It's incredible! I thought the movie was pretty average, than I read the book and am blown away by it! The world is very realized and is, so far, living up to the hype I've heard around it!


message 45: by Alejandra (new)

Alejandra I love YA, and because of that this week I will be reading "Cinder" and "The Darkest Minds".


message 46: by Yass (new)

Yass Ye YA is where unimaginative lazy writing come to thrive.


((Silver O. Smith -  "Which role do you prefer to play in stories?" "The angel. Who helps them once in their life, and then makes a quiet exit.")) Yas wrote: "YA is where unimaginative lazy writing come to thrive."

If that is how you see it, give Neil Gaiman's Norse Mythology or his Graveyard Book a go. Another good author for YA is Neal Shusterman.


message 49: by Bee ✩ (new)

Bee ✩ Nadia wrote: "I'm re-reading The Raven Cycle for the second time this year, and recommend everyone to do the same."

I'm reading it for the first time and enjoying it so so so much!!


message 50: by Gabrielle (new)

Gabrielle I'm reading Scythe right now and I'm obsessed already


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