‘Daughter of the Burning City’ is a fantasy murder mystery about a girl without eyes who can see, and who can create illusions that become real.
Lady Elanna loves the kingdom that took her hostage at five years old. Years later, she stands accused of murdering the king and flees to the homeland she hates.
Enjoy a spoiler-free review of Sarah Mlynowski’s contemporary YA ‘I See London, I See France’ from Fictionist!
Carrie Anne Noble’s ‘The Gold-Son’ gets 4.5 stars thanks to its wonderful writing style and immersive world!
‘The Hundredth Queen’ is a new YA fantasy by Emily R. King, from Amazon Publishing’s Skyscape imprint.
‘Roar’ by Cora Carmack is a YA fantasy about a princess who was born without the ability to give her people the protection they need, and her journey to find herself.
‘More of Me’ is about a teen who splits in two each year. The new Teva gets to live life, while the clones stay home. Is Teva crazy? If not, will she find a cure?
‘The Circus’ was hard to get through for me, but may be better suited to the younger side of YA.
Rory’s story in ‘Love and Vandalism’ took some turns that caught me by surprise and made this book a joy to read.
Welcome Home is an anthology of short stories about adoption and family, love and abandonment, fear and hope.
‘Three Dark Crowns’ by Kendare Blake caught my attention before I even opened it, and kept my attention until the last word.
Read Fictionist’s thoughts on the popular YA book ‘Frostblood’ by Elly Blake!
Fictionist reviews Brewka-Clark’s “Musical Hearts.” Check this short story out if you’re a fan of heartless witchy narrators and fairytale retellings!
Find out from Fictionist where to find LGBT+ representation in the YA section of your local bookstore! Read our top five LGBT+ books!