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The CARAVAL audiobook is just as magical, romantic, and adventurous as the written version, maybe even more exciting! Caraval by Stephanie Garber was released early last year and has been one of the best reads of 2016. But if you’re more of a listener or audiobook fan, you can now get the audiobook version of the story. The story is narrated by voice actor Rebecca Soler, who also narrated The Lunar Chronicles books by Marissa Meyer as well as Atlantia by Ally Condie. Listen to the excerpt below: Welcome, welcome to Caraval — Stephanie Garber’s sweeping tale of two sisters who escape their…

It’s been just over a week since King’s Cage, the final book in Victoria Aveyard’s Red Queen series, came out. After waiting over a year for this book, I made sure I got my hands on it right away and it did not disappoint! Starting up shortly after the cliffhanger conclusion of Glass Sword, the third book in the series was heart wrenching, eye opening, strangely relevant, and built to another crazy climax! Is it really another year until the final book? Watch below to see my full thoughts! Note: The beginning of the video introduces the series as a whole. There’s a…

Class warfare gets a fantastical twist in GILDED CAGE! “Not all are free. Not all are equal. Not all will be saved” reads the tagline for Vic James’ Gilded Cage, the first book in the Dark Gifts series. While it’s not a particularly pleasant thought, this engrossing story certainly doesn’t shy away from themes about class warfare, providing an unique take on an age-old struggle with a relevant, fantastical twist. In the novel, England is run by an upper echelon known as “Equals,” all of whom have varying hereditary powers known as “skill.” They protect their country from outside harm,…

Check out Harper’s Fall 2017 YA book covers! Epic Reads has released the full list of HarperCollins’ Fall 2017 YA book covers, and they do not disappoint. From contemporary to fantasy, there is a book for everyone on this list. Some of the covers on this list have already been posted here on The Fandom, Adam Silvera’s They Both Die at the End, Lauren Oliver’s Ringer, and Kendra Blake’s One Dark Throne, but there are many more that we’ll highlight now. RELEASE by Patrick Ness About the book: A raw, darkly funny, and deeply affecting story from New York Times bestselling novelist Patrick Ness about the…

Feast your eyes on the gorgeous cover for Jus Accardo’s OMEGA! In Jus Accardo’s Infinity, Kori Anderson discovers her father is the head of a secret military division that travels between multiverses. The soldiers sent to watch over her while he’s away, Cade and Noah, are soldiers from another multiverse, both of whom grew up with another version of Kori–- one who was viciously murdered as part of a revenge plot. Now, the two must help her stay safe from an enemy she’s never met, who won’t be satisfied until he’s killed every version of Kori in every multiverse he…

Diana tests her skills in first WONDER WOMAN: WARBRINGER excerpt! The Grisha Trilogy and Six of Crows duology author Leigh Bardugo is headed to a new realm for her latest book, but it’s one we know very well. Bardugo is one of four authors teaming up with DC and Random House Children’s for the DC Icons series of Young Adult prose novels featuring popular comic superheroes. With the first book in the series, she takes on Diana Prince’s Amazonian roots and early adventures in Wonder Woman: Warbringer. Now, you can check out the first two chapters! You do not enter…

Kendare Blake’s THREE DARK CROWNS sequel gets a moody, chilling cover! Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake tells the tale of three deadly princesses with unique, brutal powers forced to battle each other for control of the kingdom. As their strengths are discovered and their weaknesses are exposed, the novel is a epic struggle for dominance set in a killer fantasy world. Now, the series Facebook page has released the cover for the second book, One Dark Throne! Spikes, snakes, and fire, oh my! There’s a seriously foreboding feel here. One Dark Throne graces bookshelves on September 19, 2017. THE BATTLE…

Lyra and the world of HIS DARK MATERIALS will return in THE BOOK OF DUST! After capturing the hearts of millions with the His Dark Materials trilogy, Philip Pullman says he’ll be returning to the universe with a new trilogy following Lyra Belacqua! The trilogy will be called The Book of Dust and it comes 17 years after the release of the final His Dark Materials novel. So where does the timeline for these new books fall? All over the place. “People say, ‘Is it prequel? Is it a sequel?’ Well, it is neither,” Pullman told BBC. “It’s an ‘equel’.…

The next installment of Lauren Oliver’s Replica duology now has a cover! Ringer, like it’s predecessor, has a double sided cover and can be read 3 different ways. Start with Lyra’s story, flip it over and read Gemma’s, or alternate between the two. You decide! Check out the fantastic cover! Ringer synopsis: In the world outside of the Haven Institute, Lyra and Caelum are discovering that it’s hard to be human. Lyra, infected at Haven with a terrible disease, finds her symptoms are growing worse. And neither of them knows where they belong, or who they can trust. When Caelum…

Even if we’re single, there’s something about Valentine’s Day that just makes us want to read a fun, romantic book! We know that many people love an adorable love story period, so we’re suggesting some of our favorites for you to read at this time of year… or any time of year! Ranging from fluffy, innocent YA to some NA books that are a little naughtier, there’s plenty to read. Whatever you like, check out our suggestions for you! YA BOOKS For the cute stuff: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell Fangirl is amazing. The main character Cath is loveable and extremely relatable for…

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