Top 5 YA Fiction

Up next we have our top 5 picks for young adult fiction for 2016.  With such great work out there, it was really hard to narrow it down.

A torch against the night

1st Place

A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir

Tahir’s sophomore novel shines just a bright as the first.  The new viewpoint that is introduced really brings more of the story to the characters we are already dying to know more about!

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Remnants3

 

2nd Place

Remnants: Season of Glory by Lisa T. Bergen

The Remnants series is not well known, but it should be.  It is quite possibly one of the best YA series that has been released.  We hope that there is more to come.

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Curse.

3rd Place

Curse by Steven James

Steven James is one of the best authors on the market, mostly known for his Patrick Bowers FBI series.  But don’t let his YA fool you, it will draw you in just a quickly and give you a thrill ride like you can’t imagine.

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gilt-hollow

 

4th Place

Gilt Hollow by Lorie Langdon

A juvie convict, a forbidden love, and an axe to grind with the past.  Sounds like high school.  Don’t miss this the deeper mystery hidden in the hipster town of Gilt Hollow, Ohio.

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lock-and-key

5th Place

Lock and Key: The Initiation by Ridley Pearson

You can never go wrong with a YA novel written by Ridley Pearson.  He gave us the Kingdom Keepers and Steele Trapp.  Now he has brought a new version of Sherlock Holmes.  Elementary you say?

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