Some Amazing New YA Novels to Get Lost In

It’s time to read some new books and the YA genre is the genre for you! This week is your weekly guide to the best of the best and the newest of the new YA books that you just can’t miss.

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It’s time to read some new books and the YA genre is the genre for you! This week is your weekly guide to the best of the best and the newest of the new YA books that you just can’t miss.

 

1. Admission By Julie Buxbaum

 

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Admission tells the story of Chloe Wynn Berringer, a girl who is very happy to be herself right now. She’s going to prom with her crush, she has a great best friend, she’s going to the college of her dreams, and her mom is about to go from being a B minus celebrity to a B plus celebrity! Everything in Chloe’s life is good, or so she thought, until the FBI shows up on her doorstep and she learns her parents are invovled in a college admissions scandal. Chloe could even face some time in prision. The public is furious and they want blood. Now, Chloe must deal with the guilt of what her parents did and when she possibly knew what they were doing.

 

 

2. The Love Curse of Melody McIntyre by Robin Talley

 

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The Love Curse of Melody McIntyre tells the story of Melody McIntyre, a girl who has a plan for everything except love. Whenever Melody falls in love during one of her school productions it ends badly, on and off stage. So, Melody decideds to put love on the back burner until after her production of Les Mis. But then Odlie Rose audtions for the play and Melody was not expecting her to be sweet and caring. Now, Melody must really try hard to not fall in love.

 

3. The Good Girls by Claire Elizabeth Bartlett

 

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The Good Girls tells the story of three girls as the main suspects in the murder of senior Emma Baines: Claude, the pariter, Avery, the head cheerleader, and Gwen, the could-be valadictorian. Emma was always known as the good girl because everyone has a label and that was hers. However, nothing is ever what it seems and what happened to Emma could be hiding in plain sight. There are also secrets that have been hidden for years and the killer must be found before another good girl gets killed.

 

4. This is How We Fly by Anna Meriano

 

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This is How We Fly tells the story of Ellen Lopez, who plans to spend her last summer before college with her best friends. At least that was before she was grounded by her stepmother for the whole summer. So, with the help of her best friend, Ellen convinces her parents to let her join the local muggle Quidditch team. Of course, there isnt any magic or actual flying in this game; it’s just a bunch of Harry Potter fans with a PVC pipe between their legs throwing dodgeballs, but Ellen enjoys it. While her friends are doing other things and her home life is spinning, her team is where she belongs, but soon she must fight for the future that she wants.

 

 

5. Heiress Apparently by Diana Ma

 

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Heiress Apparently tells the story of Gemma Huang who decided to skip college and head straight to LA to pursue her dreams of being an actress. Her parents don’t approve but Gemma knows what she wants, and she moves into an apartment with three roomates and two rooms. She lands a role in a movie that films in Beijing for the summer and when she arrives the paparazzi swarms her. They mistake her for a notorious socialite in Beijing and she realizes this girl could be her twin. As her summer continues in Beijing, she learns that her family holds a legacy that her mom is keeping from her… and her mom will do what it takes to keep that hidden.

 

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