‘Tower of Dawn’ literally stole the show — it wasn’t even supposed to be a full book! Now, it’s the best book I’ve read in a long while. Find out why!
Four high school teenagers. One tweet gets them expelled. Who did it?
‘One Dark Throne’ is a worthy follow-up to ‘Three Dark Crowns,’ even with complaints that the plot was slow-moving.
‘Fraternize’ by Rachel Van Dyken was one of the worst books I’ve had to read in recent memory, full of horrible characters and mediocre writing. Read more here!
‘Girls Made of Snow and Glass’ is the fairytale retelling you never knew you wanted.
‘Pashmina’ by Nidhi Chanani was a joy to read. Treat yourself to a wonderfully-colored graphic novel!
Nikki Sheehan works her magic with this hauntingly beautiful new story about a boy’s relationship with his dog and the complications that come with family.
Check out Linsey Miller’s ‘Mask of Shadows’ to follow Sal, a genderfluid thief auditioning to be a royal assassin!
If you missed out of the DC Icons panel at SDCC, Fictionist Magazine has all the details!
Imagine a world where you have the power of resurrection, but can only resurrect one person. Now imagine your two best friends in the world die in a car wreck.
I honestly love this book. If you’re even mildly open to reading a sci-fi book this year, make it this one.
‘The Thing With Feathers’ follows teenager Emilie, who is pushed into attending public school after being home-schooled due to her epilepsy.
‘The New Voices of Fantasy,’ an anthology from Peter S. Beagle, includes some stunningly refreshing fantasy stories from emerging writers.
‘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!