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I’ve made a LOT of lists of 2015 books, and I don’t want you to get bored, so I’m only going to be listing ones I haven’t already.
I’d like to thank Goodreads, without which I’d have no clue what was happening in the YA world.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
This is a dystopian and it sounds kind of Selection-ish, and…dystopians are tricky these days, but I’m excited anyway. Early reviews have been good.
Ink and Ashes by Valynne E. Maetani
I saw the words “Japanese mafia” and I was sold.
Hello, I Love You by Katie M. Stout
Blurb first line: “A teen escapes to a boarding school abroad and falls for a Korean pop star.” I’m sold.
The Way We Bared Our Souls by Willa Strayhorn
Okay so what happens in this book is five teenagers have burdens: MS, loss of a girlfriend, drug addiction and other things. Then one night they all SWAP with each other.
If that’s not the most amazing premise ever I don’t know what is.
Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton
This is about ballet. ALSO, look at that cover!! It’s incredible. I sooo want to read this.
Because You’ll Never Meet Me by Leah Thomas
One of them is allergic to electricity, one has a pacemaker. So that’s awkward.
Conviction by Kelly Loy Gilbert
All I know is that it’s contemporary and it has about a million five-star reviews already. I’m in.
5 to 1 by Holly Bodger
This is about the ratio of boys to girls in India – really intriguing, because we’re studying this in school and it’s scary. Also, points for diversity.
Shutter by Courtney Alameda
The Book Scavenger by Jennifer Chambliss Bertman
This is a middle grade book about…um, books, and puzzles, and two kids solving the puzzles within a book. And it sounds extremely awesome.