Thursday, June 12, 2014
Shamelessly Reading YA
Perhaps they made you cry buckets and wish you had this book when you were a child, like A MONSTER CALLS by Patrick Ness. Or that completely gave you an escape in both a familiar and brand new setting, like CINDER by Marissa Meyer. From the heights of adventure and alternate histories, like Scott Westerfeld's LEVIATHAN, to romances that explore the exhilaration and also fear of taking that big leap, like KETURAH AND LORD DEATH by Martine Leavitt, YA lit will continue to have a treasured spot on my shelf, and not just because I have kids in the house.
Thought-provoking or just pure fun, let us know your favorite YA reads. List them in the comments, on twitter @StellarFour, or drop us a line on our Facebook page.