Binge-Worthy YA Books

In need of a YA series to binge? We have some awesome recommendations for series to read through immediately. Whether you want something cute and fluffy for summer, or a dark thriller for autumn, we have something for everyone.

1. Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard

Pretty Little Liars became a cult classic when the TV show released in 2010. But, we think the books are much better. Three years after Alison DeLaurentis disappears, former friends Aria, Spencer, Hanna and Emily start receiving mysterious text messages from someone named A. Pretty Little Liars is a perfect binge series because there are 16 books and two companion novels. Just get ready, the YA series is full of thrills and is even darker than the show.

2. London Prep by Jillian Dodd

London Prep is a series we’ve loved from the start. Currently, there are six books out with seven releasing in December. Mallory James moves to London for a student exchange and her life will never be the same. If you want a series full of fun and British culture, than you have to pick up Dodd’s latest series.

3. Zodiac Academy by Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti

If you’ve read our blog lately, you know we’ve been addicted to the Zodiac Academy series. Seven books are currently out, with the eight and final book releasing in December! If you’re in the mood for a dark academia YA fantasy series, then this series is for you. Tory and Darcy Vega are twin changelings who grew up in Chicago. At 18 they’re taken to Solaria, a kingdom of Fae, to start at the prestigious Zodiac Academy. Since these books are so long, get them all and read from start to finish if you can. They’re perfect for bingeing and you won’t want to put them down.

4. The Shadowhunter Chronicles by Cassandra Clare

If you’re a Shadowhunter super fan, you’ve probably read every book. But we’ve met people in the blogging world who only read some of these series. Stop! If you want the true experience, read all the books in the order of release. It makes more sense and you get introduced to all the characters at the right time. Start with the original The Moral Instruments and work your way to Chain of Thorns, which releases in November.

5. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Red Queen isn’t only a popular book series, it’s also in TV show production. In a world divided by blood, the silvers control the reds with an iron fist. Mare Barrow is convinced things will always be the same, until she starts working at the silver palace. Quickly, Mare is thrown into the world of the elite, giving her the chance to truly rebel. The four-book series looks long, but actually can be read quickly. With all the action, you won’t want to stop reading.

6. The Heartbreak Café by Janet Quin-Harkin

Now we’re going back to the 1980s. Debbie Leslie had a great life until her parents got divorced. Now, she finds herself working at a diner and basically changing all her preconceived notions of the world. There are six books in this light-hearted YA contemporary series set on he beaches of California. It’s perfect for a summer vacation read.

7. The Gallagher Girls by Ally Carter

The Gallagher Girls series is one of our all-time favorites. Cammie Morgan attends the prestigious Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, an elite school for intelligence officers in training. Only, nobody in the outside world can know about this. It makes being a teenagers hard. Filled with fun, adventure and mystery, this entire series is binge-worthy.

8. The Secret Circle

The Secret Circle is a recommend autumn binge to get the right spooky vibes in time for Halloween. This mysterious town of New Salem, Massachusetts is home to the witches kicked out of Salem centuries ago. Cassie Blake just thought she was visiting her grandmother, not joining a coven of witches who are under attack. The six-book series set in the 1990s is ready for YA fantasy fans.

24 thoughts on “Binge-Worthy YA Books”

  1. I need to check out London Prep! I read The Mortal Instruments when they first released but never continued with The Infernal Devices. Red Queen is a series I did finish and enjoyed. The Secret Circle was a series I read in my younger years and I was obsessed with it but I didn’t know they made 3 more books after the first 3!

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  2. Great suggestions! I read the first 8 PLL books a few years back but I never ended up finishing the series for some reason – perhaps I’ll have to pick them up. I’m really excited to read London Prep too! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  3. Amazing list!! I have read SO MANY wonderful things about Zodiac Academy and London Prep and I’m ready to binge books again so I can’t wait to pick these up! 🥰


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