Young Adult New Releases

Young-adult fiction (often abbreviated as YA) is fiction written for, published for, or marketed to adolescents and young adults, roughly ages 13 to 18.

Young-adult fiction, whether in the form of novels or short stories, has distinct attributes that distinguish it from the other age categories of fiction. The vast majority of YA stories portray an adolescent as the protagonist, rather than an adult or a child. The subject matter and story lines are typically consistent with the age and experience of the main character, but beyond that YA stories span the entire spectrum of fiction genres. The

New Releases Tagged "Young Adult"

Catwoman: Soulstealer (DC Icons, #3)
Mirage (Mirage, #1)
These Rebel Waves (Stream Raiders, #1)
Dance of Thieves (Dance of Thieves, #1)
Seafire (Seafire, #1)
Heretics Anonymous
The Darkest Legacy (The Darkest Minds, #4)
Darius the Great Is Not Okay
Toil & Trouble: 15 Tales of Women & Witchcraft
Nightblood (Frostblood Saga, #3)
The Towering Sky (The Thousandth Floor, #3)
The Forest Queen
The Raging Ones (The Raging Ones, #1)
The Other Side of Lost
That's Not What Happened
A Touch of Gold
To Be Honest
See All the Stars
Hidden Pieces
The Truth Lies Here
Girl at the Grave
Star-Touched Stories (The Star-Touched Queen, #2.5)
In Another Time
White Rabbit, Red Wolf
Our Stories, Our Voices: 21 YA Authors Get Real About Injustice, Empowerment, and Growing Up Female in America
Fierce Like a Firestorm (Hibiscus Daughter, #2)
Fresh Ink: An Anthology
The Last Best Story
Finding Yvonne
Surviving Adam Meade
Let Me List the Ways
The Dark Beneath the Ice
Neverwake (Dreamfall #2)
How to Breathe Underwater
The Second Life of Ava Rivers
Ruin of Stars (Mask of Shadows, #2)
The Glass Butterfly (Haunted Hearts Legacy, #3)
Giant Days
So Done
Access Restricted (Word$ #2)
We Regret to Inform You
Soul Awakened (Reincarnation #1)
Garrison Girl
Changeling (Sorcery and Society, #1)
Every Little Bad Idea
Brave Enough
Worth A Thousand Words
Someone I Used to Know
Girls Resist!: A Guide to Activism, Leadership, and Starting a Revolution
Sea Witch
Heart of Thorns (Heart of Thorns, #1)
The Cheerleaders
Bright We Burn (The Conqueror's Saga, #3)
Grace and Fury (Grace and Fury, #1)
Contagion (Contagion, #1)
Beast: A Tale of Love and Revenge
Scream All Night
The Accidentals
I Am Still Alive
The Supervillain and Me
Hocus Pocus & The All New Sequel
Endless Water, Starless Sky (Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, #2)
Sanctuary (Sanctuary #1)
Scream and Scream Again!
Like Never and Always
Notes from My Captivity
Nyxia Unleashed (The Nyxia Triad, #2)
Kiss of the Royal
The Traitor's Ruin (The Traitor's Cirle, #2)
The Brink of Darkness (The Edge of Everything, #2)
Hullmetal Girls
The Girl You Thought I Was
The Impossibility of Us
Letting Go of Gravity
I'm Not Missing
If Only
Lovely, Dark, and Deep
When Life Gives You Demons
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland
Bright Ruin (Dark Gifts #3)
The Broken Vow (Spill Zone, #2)
A Sky Painted Gold
Dreaming Dangerous
The Amazing Adventures of Aaron Broom
Wrong in All the Right Ways: A Novel
The Unfortunates
Playing Her Secret Crush
Watching You
Lumberjanes, Vol. 9: On a Roll
My Family Divided: One Girl's Journey of Home, Loss, and Hope
Annex (The Violet Wars #1)
Between Frost and Fury (The Xenith Trilogy, #2)
The Life and Death Parade

Charlaine Harris

Author of Dead Until Dark

Charlaine Harris has been a published novelist for over twenty-five years. A native of the Mississippi Delta, she grew up in the middle of a cotton field. Now she lives in southern Arkansas with her husband, her three children, three dogs, and a duck. The duck stays outside.

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