Patricia, Clemens Mill | April 28, 2016
As anyone who reads YA knows, there’s never a dearth of great books to look forward to reading. Fans of Renee Ahdieh’s Wrath and the Dawn, a retelling of One Thousand and One Nights, will be thrilled to read her sequel, The Rose and the Dagger which continues the story of Shahrzad and Khalid as they struggle to reunite while war threatens. Coming May 2016
Well known author, Kasie West (The Distance Between Us) is offering a new novel, P.S. I Like You, about a girl, a guy, and random notes that lead to a totally unexpected romance. Coming July 2016.
Kiera Cass’s best selling series, The Selection continues with The Crown. In this final installment (yes that’s right!), America and Maxon’s daughter Princess Eadlyn must choose a prince from her own selection. Coming May 2016.
Jennifer Armentrout has a brand new contemporary YA novel in May 2016 titled The Problem With Forever about a two teens who suffered through abuse and are finding their way towards healing. It’s signature Armentrout.
Continuing the time travel theme which is currently all the rage in YA, is Heidi Heilig’s The Girl From Everywhere. A girl, Nix, and her father can travel through time as long as they have a map for that time but her father’s search for the map that could lead them back to the love of his life, Nix’s mother, could mean the end of her existence. Available at Idea Exchange.
Last but not least, who can resist returning to the Harry Potter series with yet another novel to be released this summer, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowlings. Nineteen years later Harry is the father of three children and works in the Ministry of Magic. His son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy. Coming July 31, 2016.
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