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The 34 Best YA Books of 2018
This is the first in a two-part series that will feature, hopefully, most of the books that your TBR comprised of! Restore Me came out this year. Can you believe?! To refresh our memories, we got to work. Here are the 50 biggest and buzziest young adult books to hit shelves this year! Also note, these are in no particular order. Xiomara Batista feels unheard and unable to hide in her Harlem neighborhood.
This year has delivered on the kind of personal and eye-opening fiction the YA world craves, while also bringing readers new fantasy series, coveted titles from top authors, wicked horror and suspense stories, and new entries in already loved series. This list of must-read YA titles of is by no means definitive, but it shows that readers have had plenty to talk about and love this year. Woodfolk uses the shifting points-of-view of three music lovers — Autumn, Shay, and Logan — who each lose someone and now wonder what their lives would have been if tragedy never struck. Readers will find instant emotional bonds with the trio of never-bland protagonists in this slowly unfolding story told in lyrical prose. She effortlessly transitions between describing her fear of deportation and efforts to get a green card, and revealing her highly relatable teen anxieties about dating, family, and life in general. As a half-Persian teen with clinical depression and self-esteem issues, he struggles to fit in with his classmates and family.
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Here are all the YA books our staff loved in Here are BuzzFeed Books pick of the best YA titles that came out this year, in order of their release date. What it's about: Jude's life changed at the age of seven when her parents were murdered and her and her sisters were taken to live in the High Court of Faerie. The fey hate humans and make sure Jude and her sister are well-aware of that, yet Jude wants nothing more than to belong and to win a place in the court. But on the brink of a civil war, Jude will have to risk her life to not only save her sisters, but Faerie itself. This splendidly wicked and richly created story is one you won't want to miss.