13 Must-Read Young Adult Books Out in November
Nothing says cozy night in like lighting a delightful fall candle and diving into an enchanting new read. After binge reading all of October’s hottest young adult books, we can hardly wait for November’s new releases. So without further ado, here are 13 new young adult books out this month… that we already have in our Amazon cart ;)
1. Girl Online: Going Solo by Zoe Sugg ($12): YouTube megastar Zoella quickly rose to literary fame when she beat out the likes of JK Rowling and EL James as the fastest selling debut author with Girl Online. Now in the third installment of the series, Zoella picks right back up where she left off after teenage ex-blogger Penny goes on tour with rocker boyfriend Noah… get ready for even more drama, folks!
2. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay by JK Rowling ($15): Soooo it is no surprise that we’ve had our calendars marked for the new Wizarding World movie since it was announced, but we ALSO can’t wait to get our hands on JK Rowling’s screenwriting debut in physical form. That’s right — this month you can get a hard-copy screenplay of Magizoologist Newt Scamander’s tumultuous time in New York City.
3. Heartless by Marissa Meyer ($13): Before the Queen of Hearts was terrorizing Wonderland, she was just a girl who wanted a love story of her own. Follow all of her crazy adventures before the story we all grew up with in this new twisted read.
4. This Is Our Story by Ashley Elston ($11): When five boys go hunting and only four return, their small town is noticeably astir. But when one teenage girl becomes determined to learn the truth and uncover what really happened, she finds waaay more than she bargained for.
5. Scythe by Neal Shusterman ($11): In a world where there is no disease, hunger or death, Scythes are the only ones who can end lives. In this fascinating new read, two young Scythe apprentices have to learn the “art” of killing… even if they resist.
6. The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon ($13): This isn’t your typical corny love story. Following the chance meeting of 17-year-old Natasha (who is 12 hours away from being deported to Jamaica) and Daniel, it will satisfy all of your lovey dovey cravings… without making you want to gag.
7. Dead Girls Society by Michelle Krys ($13): Longing to get out of her boring New Orleans suburb where everyone treats her like a child because of her cystic fibrosis, Hope jumps at the opportunity to play a mysterious game of tests and dares in this page-turning new thriller from Michelle Krys.
8. We Are Still Tornadoes by Michael Kun and Susan Mullen ($11): If you’re currently navigating the tricky time between high school and college, this book is a must-read. Set in the rocking ’80s, Scott and Cath’s epic adventures and delightfully real misadventures will surely captivate readers young and old.
9. You in Five Acts by Una LaMarche ($12): Una LaMarche’s latest blockbuster stars five students at the highest rated arts school in New York City who have to balance the stresses of competitive dancing and all the everyday drama of teenage life. Prepare for broken hearts and broken ankles, bibliophiles.
10. The Romantics by Leah Konen ($11): A story told by Love herself, this adorable tale will tug at your heartstrings and have you seeing rainbows and French bulldog puppies from the very first page. Yes, it really is that sweet.
11. Jess, Chunk and the Road Trip to Infinity by Kristin Elizabeth Clark ($12): Transgender teen Jess hasn’t seen her dad since she was a boy. But in order to finally come to terms with her true self, she takes a cross-country road trip with her best friend Chunk to attend her homophobic father’s wedding in this can’t-miss tale.
12. A Million Worlds With You by Claudia Gray ($12): The final installment of the Firebird trilogy, this alternative-dimension conclusion to the popular young adult series will have you simultaneously cheering, crying and gasping for air.
13. Timekeeper by Tara Sim ($18): In an alternative Victorian London, time is kept in check by magical clock towers. 17-year-old Danny is in charge of one of these clocks, but it’s notoriously faulty. Plus, his problems aren’t helped when he secretly falls in love with his male apprentice… let’s just say things are about to get tense.
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