Hello everyone it is another day and I am happy to show you new novels that are being released. These five new YA books vary in genre but I hope they find a place on your booklist.
Lies Like Wildfire by Jennifer Lynn Alvarez
Fire season is on the rise in Gap Mountain, California and Hannah Warner is cautious. With her father being a sheriff, she takes wildfires very seriously. But when this summer Hannah and her friends accidentally spark a deadly fire, they lie to the police and fire investigators. But as the flames get worse and head towards Yosemite National Park, Hannah’s friends can’t keep the charade much longer. With Hannah being the one to protect their secret, she will go to extreme lengths to keep their secret because people hate one thing, liars.
The Falling Girls by Hayley Krischer
Shade and Jadis are best friends, they do everything together, completely sync. They share clothes, toothbrushes, and more. So when Shade decides to join the cheerleading team, Jadis can’t seem to recognize who her best friend is. Was their matching stick-and-poke tattoos nothing? Shade loves the competitiveness of cheerleading and being around a bunch of girls who can literally bend over backwards, the ultimate athletes. Shade has become captivated by The Three Chloes, the trio that rule the squad, especially the cheer captain who seems dangerous.
But Jadis won’t let her go and Shade struggles to manage her old best friend and her new cheer mates while trying to create a path for herself. But when one of the cheerleaders die unexpectedly Shade wants to find out her death because if Shade thinks she knows who it is, doesn’t that make her partially responsible?
Explore the toxic relationships between teenage girls, friendships, and betrayals.
Squad by Maggie Tokuda-Hall and Illustrated by Lisa Sterle
A dark graphic novel that will make you laugh. A group of girls who enjoy parties, getting dressed up, seduce lusty boys, turn into wolves and devour them.
Wait till Fall 2021 for more info on this wolf pack of badass girls.
What we Devour by Linsey Miller
Lorena is the undertaker and already knows what’s in store for her future— she’ll complete her apprenticeship, marry her best friend Julian and live in a land where the bloodthirsty family rules and keep demons from the kingdom. When Julian receives news that his father is convicted of crimes against the kingdom both of them go to the capital to help.
When Lorena is kidnapped by Crown Prince Alistair, she realizes he’s not as violent or scary as the rumors say. Alistair explains that sacrifices are necessary the demons are real and need more blood to keep them away.
With Lorena uncertain about her loyalty to the Kingdom she tries to figure out who to trust. Does she trust Julian and his family or Alistair a boy she barely knows and could be her undoing?
Lies My Memory Told Me by Sacha Wunsch
Nova comes from a family who invented Enhanced Memory. This new technology can share someone else’s memory with no risk. You can learn, travel, and protect your secrets. Enhanced Memory is slowly taking over their lives and Nova’s job is to pick up the extra work, she doesn’t mind. Enhanced Memory is a gift and is high valued.
But Kade tells her there is more to this technology than she knows. Kade runs a secret blog that’s based on real experiences, he’s guarded and on the move constantly. Kade fears Nova, yet Nova is the most comfortable around him. But when her parents don’t meet her eyes and strangers telling her not to ask certain questions and memories she can’t quite grasp.
Danger is everywhere and her home might be the center of it all.