2020 Top YA Fiction

Merry Christmas all! And what a better present than to share some more top of the year recommendations! Today we are sharing our top picks for young adult fiction!

Twin Daggers by MarcyKate Connolly

With one of the best opening lines of a book this year, Twin Daggers had our emotions wreaking havoc through the whole book. Top notch suspense and fantastic character development made this an easy choice for top pick.

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Fractured Tide by Leslie Lutz

This was unlike any book we’ve read in a long time! Lutz crafted a fun, chilling, yet engaging tale that let us glued to the edge of our seats!

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The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins

Although this book wasn’t for everybody, we thoroughly enjoyed getting to see President Snow’s back story. For someone we hated through the entire Hunger Games series, we actually felt sorry for the guy in his early life!

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Ignite the Sun by Hanna C. Howard

If you enjoy magic, romance, and adventure in your YA reads, this fantasy tale is for you. Howard wrote one of the perfect protagonists for this story that held our attention the whole way through.

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Chasing Helicity: Through the Storm by Ginger Zee

With her knowledge of science and weather, Ginger Zee has crafted yet another wonderful tale that will delight young and old readers alike. Helicity Dunlap and her adventurous spirit made us quickly fall back in love with her story!

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