While Thor, Black Widow, Captain America and Bruce Banner figure out how to bring back their allies for an epic showdown with Thanos on the big screen, we’ve compiled a list of books to devour back at home. If you’re a fan of The Avengers, we know you’ll love these books too!
The Fae Hunter’s Daughter by Nissa Leder
Eden Brooks leads a seemingly normal life, but things get strange when she begins to make things happen… with her mind. And when she meets Nox, a witty and charming boy her age at the park, she learns that she’s not the only one with powers. When her father forbids her to see Nox, he’s forced to reveal a dark family secret.
This is Not the End by Chandler Baker
Lake Deveraux survived the car crash that killed her best friend and boyfriend. Resurrection technology has changed the world, and every citizen is allowed one resurrection upon their 18th birthday. As Lake’s birthday approaches, she faces an impossible choice between grieving families. But Lake also has a secret… a vow she made to resurrect someone else – someone who’s not even dead yet.
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Kaz Brekker is a criminal prodigy, and he’s just been handed the opportunity of a lifetime. But he can’t pull off this heist alone. He assembles a team of six dangerous outcasts, each with their own agenda. Together, they could save the world from destruction. But can they be held to their word long enough to pull it off?
The Diviners by Libba Bray
It’s 1926 in New York City, and Evangeline O’Neill is surrounded by speakeasies and pickpockets. When police uncover a murdered girl branded with a cryptic symbol, Evie realizes that her power – the one she’s kept secret for her entire life – could help lead authorities to the killer. Is justice worth exposing her truth?
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
Blue Sargeant’s mother and aunt are both clairvoyants, and they’ve always told Blue that her kiss will cause her true love to die. On the night of St. Mark’s Eve, when those who will die during the upcoming year file through a cemetery, Blue sees the ghost of a young man. It’s Gansey, a boy who attends the town’s posh boarding school. Blue has stayed clear of boys her entire life, but she can’t seem to get this one off her mind.
Dreamfall by Amy Plum
When seven teenagers with insomnia agree to take part in an experimental new procedure, disaster occurs. Lab malfunctions cause patients to get trapped in a dream-like state, where they are alone with their worst nightmares. They have no memory of how they got there, but if they can’t find a way to defeat their dreams, they may never wake up.
*Disclosure: The links above are affiliate links. These picks are editorially selected, but if you purchase, She Reads may get something in return. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.