Book clubs everywhere are sharing the newest and best YA books with their members. These are the top five picks you need in your #TBR pile if you enjoy reading this coveted genre.
Bookish Book Club chose The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton for February.
In the magical world of Orleans, the Belles are a thing of beauty and bring life to all the other sad and gray people around them. But being a Belle isn’t enough for Camellia for she wants to be the most beautiful Belle there ever was and serve the Queen of Orleans in her royal palace. Will Camellia make it as the highly-esteemed Belle she thrives to be or will she lose the position to someone else?
The Penguin Teen YA Book Club chose The Fault in Our Stars by John Green most recently.
Hazel has always believed that her cancer would take her life but when she meets Augustus in a cancer support group, she finds a new reason to live. Hazel and Augustus fall in love fast, leading them to a grand trip and an even grander romance. This heartbreakingly sweet YA read will have you both laughing and crying.
Forever Young Adult Book Club chose The Dark Days Club by Alison Goodman as their April pick.
This 2017 release takes readers back to the 1800s in London on the night of an important presentation to the queen and an unexpected disappearance. Now suddenly pulled into the darkness of Regency London, Lady Helen will go after the dangerous group that has taken her family’s housemaid. Meeting the mysterious Lord Carlston, Helen will have to decide if it’s the right move to include him in her rescue mission or simply keep him in the dark. Will she survive this quest or will it consume her as well?
Once Upon A Book Club chose The Tombs by Deborah Schaumberg as their February YA pick.
Sixteen-year-old Avery Kohl’s mother was taken away for her magic abilities and Avery knows that she must now also keep her magic powers a secret from the world. But it’s getting harder to hide and her life is now on the line as she explores the mysterious Tombs that hold secrets of their own.
Bored to Death Book Club chose Scythe by Neal Shusterman as their most recent book club pick.
In the first book of this series, the world has found a way to beat hunger, death and poverty, leaving the act of population control up to one group of Scythes who are ordered to kill daily. Citra and Rowan have just been chosen as apprentices of this exclusive Scythe group, and much to their dismay they must now learn the art of killing. Can they adapt to this new role or will they lose their lives instead?
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