Best Books - Young Adult : Publishers WeeklySome of the best young adult books of the year so far I saw coming from months away, like the final installments in irresistible series from Maggie Stiefvater and Marie Rutkoski. And some were a lovely surprise, Trojan horsing their way into my TBR under unassuming covers. Add to Bag. The Lie Tree , by Frances Hardinge To an outside observer, intrepid Victorian heroine Faith may seem boring and subservient, but beneath her dull exterior lies a mind bursting with curiosity, intelligence, and passion. Certain he was murdered, Faith ransacks his possessions, and discovers a tree that bears fruit only upon hearing lies.
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But the 30 books on this list are some of my favorites. Her YA historical novels Under a Painted Sky and Outrun the Moon transport readers to the s and s, introducing diverse characters and plots that keep you hooked. But with her latest, Lee writes less about history and more about love—with a bit of magical realism tossed in the mix. Well, she uses her sensitive sense of smell to mix love potions. So what happens when Mimosa wants to fall in love?
Please refresh the page and retry. The list is in order of when the novels were reviewed. Updated weekly. So although the language has been adapted for the younger end of the YA market, it's not resulted in any loss of wit. The humour is pitched well "Mums and random pointless comments are like dads and bad jokes. There are even "coach farts" jokes. The book succeeds ultimately because you like both main characters.