It is time for new cover reveals of YA novels that will be coming in 2021. Four new books to dive into that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Have a happy and healthy Sunday and add these to your Book List.
All of Us Villains by Amanda Foody and Christine Lynn Herman
If you’re a fan of the hunger games then you will be enthralled with this new upcoming first book of a potential series
After the publication of a obscene book, the remote city of Ilyernath is put on the spot. The tourists, protesters, and reporters go into their spellshops and ruins to witness an ancient curse occur. Every generation, seven families choose a champion among them to compete in a tournament to the death. The winner receives control over the city’s high magick supplies an immensely powerful resource in the entire world.
In the past the villainous Lowes have won almost every tournament, the new champion is prepared to continue that legacy. However, this year each champion has the means to win and rewrite their story, which will lead to bloodshed.
You’d be Home Now by Kathleen Glasgow
Emory has been labeled all her life: the rich one—the great great granddaughter of the mill’s founder. At school she is outshined by her attractive older sister Maddie Ward. At home she is her older brother Joey’s babysitter, the one who has a drug problem. For all of Emory’s life she’s been told who she is.
Everything changes when Emory and Joey get into a car accident- Candy MontClaire dead and Joey’s drug habit showing more.
Four months later Emory starts junior year, and her brother Joey arrives back from rehab and the town of Mill Haven is still shaken up over the accident. Everyone keeps telling Emory who she is, but things have changed so how can she be the same person she was four months ago? Was she even that person to begin with?
In Mill Haven everyone wants to have that one same story, but Emory knows there is more to everyone in this town. Form her brother who’s not fully cured, to the popular guy next door, and even the ghostie addicts who haunt the edge of town. People label Emory but she will decide for herself. Inspired by the American classic Our Town, You’d Be Home Now is Kathleen Glasgow’s glorious modern story of a town and the secret lives people live there. And the story of a girl, figuring out life in all its pain and beauty and struggle and joy.
Any Sign of Life by Rae Carson
Paige Miller wanted to make her dreams come true. Her determination to get her basketball team to the state championship was on an all-time high. But as March Madness heats up Paige becomes ill. Days later she wakes up and finds out the whole world has expired, everyone gone. Everyone she cares about, her future and dream, waking up to an IV, it was all overwhelming.
But Paige has enough grit to push through all her fears and keep down her grief. As she scrounges for food and shelter, she encounters some survivors, Together they might stand a chance. But as reality sets in they realize that the world perishing wasn’t an accident. But as they struggle to endure their new reality, they learn that the apocalypse did not happen by accident.
Act Cool by Tobly McSmith
A transgender teen is accepted to a performing high school in New York. But when he is cast in a role that is too close to home—the part of a trans teen whose family wants to push conversion therapy—he must learn how to be true to himself, apart from any role he’s done.
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