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10 YA Fairy Books for Fans of Holly Black

Whether you spell it “fairies” or “faeries,” the popular genre often known as YA fairy books continues to grow. Many fans of YA fairy books first encountered the Good People with some of Holly Black’s earlier work, like Tithe. As she wraps up her Folk of the Air series with The Queen of Nothing, here are ten more YA fairy books to keep fans of Holly Black and her contemporaries busy.

1. THE IRON KING BY JULIE KAGAWA

When Meghan learns she is not only the daughter of a faery king, but also in the middle of a war full of magic and danger, her whole life is turned on its head. To save the faery world and those she cares about most, she must do some magic of her own: turn hate to love and diminish the evil that is poisoning the realm. Put to the limits for a home she’s never known, Meghan learns things about herself she never even dreamed to question and discovers some of those close to her are strangers. Read More.
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2. WICKED LOVELY BY MELISSA MARR

Gifted with an ability to see fairies, Aislinn holds onto three rules to keep her safe from the tricksters and fairies with dangerous intentions. When the Keenan, Summer King begins keeping tabs on Aislinn, the rules no longer apply. Keenan is determined to bring her back to his court to save the summer season. But Aislinn isn’t ready to up and leave the life she’s always known, especially for someone who she can’t get a good grip on. Now, Aislinn’s whole life is at stake and what she decides will change her course permanently. Read More.
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3. WINGS BY APRILYNNE PIKE

As wing-like petals sprout from her back, Laurel encounters a whole new world—the one to which she truly belongs. Discovering she is not human, but fairy, is just the beginning. Soon, Laurel is entrenched in a love triangle, in which the other two points represent the human world she’s always known and the fairy world, which, while new, feels as natural as breathing. Torn between her two worlds, Laurel must choose a path, even as her whole identity is at risk. Read More.
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4. ASH BY MALINDA LO

In this retelling of Cinderella, readers meet Ash who has recently come under the sole care of her cruel stepmother. Soon, she falls in with Sidhean and his dark and seductive fae ways capture her—until she then meets Kaisa, a royal huntress who has different ideas about fairies but is just as alluring as Sidhean. With a fantastical life within her reach, Ash must choose between a life of magic and the magic of a destined romance. Read More.
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5. LAMENT BY MAGGIE STIEFVATER

Deirdre’s whole life is music. At least, until she discovers she has the sight for faeries. Soon, Deirdre gets wrapped up in a feud between a faerie assassin and a faerie soldier, both of whom are attractive in their own ways. Despite wishing for a bit of excitement, Deidre is a bit overwhelmed with the circumstances, especially as her good friend James gets pulled into the plot. War makes nothing but enemies, and Deidre just might be the biggest enemy of all. Read More.
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