After an epic party full of saying yes, one year later, a bunch of teenagers decide to try and recreate that magical, epic evening. It's a novel that jumps from now to then, alternating perspectives and discussing all of what makes being a teenager great. Friendship, first love, secrets, and discovering who you are. Tip: Pre-order this book with Silvera's, and enjoy a weekend of reading both of these in two days.
A YA road trip novel that takes you across the country, with a protagonist on her way to visit her hospitalized mother. And can we talk about that gorgeous cover for a second? My goodness. Get me a poster, right now.
Describe a book as a novel that will appeal to fans of Wes Anderson movies, and really, you've sold us. Done. This story focuses on a character who can't tell the difference between what's real and what's delusional. Also, that book cover. I'll need that as a poster too. Right now.
I was able to get an ARC of this one on NetGalley, and wow. Two girls who are rather different connect over the words of Emily Dickinson, and use her poetry to guide them through conquering their dark, emotional problems. Tip: Pair this book with My Heart and Other Black Holes, to maximize your tear-flow over a long weekend.
A young girl discovers she's the heir to a dangerous secret society, and has to fight against it. An international thriller, in the vein of the Da Vinci Code, it's the first book in a trilogy. Hooray for welcoming in a new series!