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6.Everything, Everything, by Nicola YoonBuy it from Amazon
Yoon’s debut has a huge heart and vast emotional landscape, despite spending most of its pages within the walls of one house. There, 17-year-old Madeline lives with her mother behind air-tight doors, in sterilized air. She has a rare and deadly condition known as “bubble baby disease,” which essentially means she’s allergic to the world. But she’s not immune to longing for what she sees through the windows: seasons she’s cut off from, friends she can’t make…and the boy next door, with whom she begins a slow-blooming romance via instant message. But she quickly realizes there’s no such thing as “enough” when it comes to beginning to really live, and soon she’s taking risks that could prove fatal—or could expand her world beyond what she imagined possible.
7.Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy, by Cassandra Clare, Sarah Rees Brennan, Maureen Johnson, and Robin WassermanBuy it from Amazon
Four beloved YA authors take on the journey of Simon Lewis from novice to Shadowhunter in this collection of short stories, now in print for the first time—with the addition of 10 bonus illustrations. By the end of City of Heavenly Fire, one-time vampire Simon was scrubbed of his memories; in Tales he has found a new identity and purpose in training to take out demons. Stars of Clare’s beloved world, including Magnus Bane and Tessa Gray, make appearances throughout this collection fans will race through.
8.Heartless, by Marissa MeyerBuy it from Amazon
Meet the Queen of Hearts before her ascension to legendary villainy in Meyer’s newest retelling, which opens on super-eligible royal Catherine doing what she does best: baking. Following her heart would mean open opening a bakery with her bestie, but her parents forbid her to duck her royal responsibilities. Then she meets Jest, a court jester she falls for hard, and all bets are off. Though Cath is determined to be with the one she loves, she can’t predict how the dark and sometimes monstrous magic of Wonderland may change her path.
9.The Fever Code, by James DashnerBuy it from Amazon
Picking up where The Kill Order—his original prequel to The Maze Runner series—left off, The Fever Code promises to let us know just how Thomas and WICKED built the maze. No bigs. Just the KEY TO THE WHOLE FREAKING SERIES. Like, how did the gladers get chosen? Who do Thomas and Teresa really work for? And who are group B, anyway? There will be secrets. There will be lies. There will be betrayals. And—spoiler—there will be a maze. A must-read for fans of the series, and a spoilery place to start if you haven’t read any of the ot
10.The Midnight Star, by Marie LuBuy it from Amazon
In The Young Elites Lu introduced a dangerous monarchic world in the years after a blood fever swept its population. Adelina Amouteru survived the fever, but it left her with an eerily altered appearance and abilities beyond her understanding. She’s rescued from her cruel father by similarly gifted survivors the Young Elites, who are vulnerable to two warring sects: the king’s Inquisition Axis, which wants to see the Young Elites dead, and the Dagger Society, which claims to want to protect them. In book two, The Rose Society, Adelina, now known as the terrifying White Wolf, is on the run with her sister, hoping to build up a force to strike back against the Inquisition Axis. In finale The Midnight Star, Adelina fights to hold onto all that she’s gained, even if it means taking on unlikely allies.