No matter what age you are, YA novels are just great. They tell coming of age stories and can help you through tough times and transport you into another world.
We’ve read our fair share of YA novels, and I think it’s safe to say that we’re experts on the topic. So we want to share with you our must-read YA series of all time.
Ummm duh. Magic, action, saving the world? What more could you want? Harry Potteris a classic series, and we don’t even know life without it.
Merlin Spiral Series
This series follows the adventures of Merlin as the only one immune to the mysterious happenings in Camelot. In the new sequel Merlin’s Shadow, Merlin finds himself as a royal adviser without a king and must journey to keep Arthur safe from harm.
Aquifer is a new novel set in a dystopian world where water is power. Sixteen-year-old Luca has become the Deliverer and is the only person permitted to connect the people with the Water Rats, who control the world’s only water. But through this journey, he falls in love with a Water Rat, setting off a series of drama.
Doon is the first book in a new series that features adventure, humor, and two amazing romances. It’s a creative retelling of the fairy tale classic Brigadoon, which follows the story of Veronica and her best friend McKenna as they travel to Scotland for the summer. What they expect is peace, but what they get is a passageway to a mysterious land filled with enchantment.
Running Lean is a new novel that tackles serious issues in teenage life and gets the readers invested in their characters lives. Our protagonists are two teens struggling with eating disorders and first love.
The Hunger Games
Katniss Everdeen is one of our favorite tough girls ever so this shouldn’t be a surprise. The concept of The Hunger Games is pretty terrifying, but Katniss takes us through these terrible games and a love triangle all in three action-packed books.
Follow Tris Porter as she tries to stay safe in her new faction. She meets and falls in love with the super hot Four. On top of this, she’s trying to save the entire population from a corrupt faction.
What’s your favorite YA series? Tell us in the comments!
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