Three YA Reads: Suspense, Fantasy, and Slice of Life

These three Young Adult Fiction books showcase different themes. If you enjoy suspense, fantasy, and slice of life; these books are for you.

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My fellow bookworms. I had the pleasure of reading three new amazing books this week. Each book showcases a different theme in Young Adult fiction. Here are the three reads you can read for this week!

Girl, Stolen by April Henry


Cheyenne Wilder is sleeping in the back of the car. When the car door slams, she expects it to be her stepmom. But soon she realizes the car is being stolen, and they don’t know she’s inside.

Griffin didn’t mean to kidnap Cheyenne. He was just stealing the car for his dad Roy and his goons. He doesn’t know how to fix this. When he finds out Cheyenne has pneumonia and is blind, it makes things more complicated. But when his dad finds out she’s the daughter of the President of Nike, her use is in his favor.

What will Cheyenne do to come out of this unscathed? Will Griffin have a change of heart?

Ever Cursed by Corey Ann Haydu


In the Kingdome of Ever there are five princesses and a Good King. Each princess is cursed without one essential thing: to eat, sleep, love, remember, and hope. Jane, Alice, Nora Grace, and Eden; five girl punished without knowing why. Their mother is frozen in time, in a box. On their thirteenth birthday their curse gets stronger, becoming true. When Eden’s thirteenth birthday is near, there is only one more shot at breaking the curse. There is only one way to break the curse, ask the witch herself. Reagan is the witch that cursed the princesses, with reasons that are yet unknown. Told through the point of view of the eldest princess Jane; she will learn more about herself. The Kingdome of Ever and the witch Reagan are more than what they seem.

We Are Inevitable by Gayle Forman


Aaron Stein believes there’s good and bad inevitable. His parents were an inevitable, his brother was a bad inevitable. A flawed young man who has trouble coping with losing his brother and his parents separating. Everything seems inevitable. Now owning his parent’s bookstore, a place that is falling apart on the inside. He doesn’t know how to move on from the past, let alone trust anyone. But can Chad and Hannah be the good inevitable he needs?