It’s that time of year again! The time of year where we share our favorite book releases. We had a hard time choosing our favorites because there were so many amazing young adult books released in 2022. Keep on reading to discover our top ten picks and honorable mentions. What was your favorite book of 2022? Let us know in the comments.Continue reading “The Top 10 YA Books of 2022”
Five Survive by Holly Jackson
Genre: Young Adult Thriller
Publishing Date: November 29, 2022
Eight hours. Six friends. Five survive. A road trip turns deadly in this addictive YA thriller from the bestselling author of the worldwide phenomenon A GOOD GIRL’S GUIDE TO MURDER.Continue reading “Blog Tour: 15 Reactions While Reading Five Survive by Holly Jackson”
We found this tag on My Book World and knew we wanted to participate! The prompts are really fun and different from anything we’ve done on the blog before. Even though it doesn’t directly deal with the Zodiac Academy series, we’re celebrating less than a month until the book eight release with this tag. Want to learn more about one of our favorite book series? Check out our Complete Guide to the Zodiac Academy Series.
Do you like the prompt for your Zodiac sign? Let us know in the comments!Continue reading “Zodiac Book Tag”
It’s finally autumn, which means it’s time to go over our TBR list for the season. This list doesn’t include the YA books on our NetGalley shelf, that we shared with all of you last week. There are so many recent and upcoming releases that we can’t wait to start reading. Spoiler alert: our October and November book club picks might be on this list.
Have you read any of our autumn book picks? Let us know in the comments and happy reading!Continue reading “Books on Our Autumn 2022 TBR”
It’s almost the end of the year, which means it’s time to go through our books for the year and name the top 10! Remember, these are books that were released in 2021. While technically The Cousins released in December 2020, it was our January 2021 book club pick and Goodreads included in its 2021 reader’s choice awards.
Do you do a top books of the year list? Let us know in the comments! Maybe some of our favorites made your list too.
1. The Cousins by Karen McManus
As one of our first reads of 2021, The Cousins did not disappoint. Karen McManus has become one of our automatic buy authors since her mysteries always keep us on the edge of our seats. Everyone in out book club enjoyed McManus’s writing style, character development and twisty plot. The Cousins follows Aubrey, Jonah and Milly Story as they meet their grandmother for the first time on a mysterious island off the coast of Massachusetts. If you like complex family dynamics and dark plot twists, this book is for you.Continue reading “Our Favorite YA Books of 2021”
This is Halloween, everybody scream! We’ve mentioned before that we absolutely love this time of year. It’s perfect for picking up a spooky read while drinking apple cider. Christy enjoys everything about Halloween, especially reading books and watching movies to get into the spirit.
What are your favorite books to get ready for Halloween? Let us know in the comments. Also, feel free to let us know your plans for Halloweekend in the comments.Continue reading “13 YA Books Perfect For Halloween”
As Good as Dead (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder #3) by Holly Jackson
Genre: Young Adult Mystery/Thriller
Publishing Date: September 28, 2021Continue reading “Blog Tour: As Good As Dead by Holly Jackson”
After the events of A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, Pip Fitz-Amobi has decided to give up being a detective. With the help of her boyfriend Ravi Singh, Pip set up a podcast to discuss the mysterious case of Andie Bell. Now everyone knows Pip and what she accomplished in her small Connecticut town.Continue reading “Review: Good Girl, Bad Blood by Holly Jackson”
We found this tag on YA Page Turner and wanted to participate. Let us know your answers to these questions in the comments. Even though we’re two days late, Happy 4th of July!
1. Show three books you have already read, one red, one white and one blue:
Red: Blood & Honey by Shelby Mahurin. The cover of this book is gorgeous! We can’t wait to read the third book in this series, Gods & Monsters, out in July!Continue reading “4th of July Book Tag”
So many of our favorite books are set in New England. The six states (Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont and New Hampshire) are the perfect setting for a murder mystery or a contemporary romance. What are your favorite books set in New England? Let us know in the comments.
1. Two Can Keep A Secret by Karen McManus
Two Can Keep A Secret is a spooky YA mystery set in Vermont. When Ellery and Ezra move from LA to a small town in Vermont, unsolved murders seem to be the norm…some of which have to do with the amusement park they started working at. This mystery will give you major fall vibes and the full small town New England experience.Continue reading “YA Books Set in New England”