It was a great year in speculative young adult publishing, with several excellent series reaching their satisfying conclusions. In the conclusion to the Falling Kingdoms series, the fight for Mytica rages on, bringing destruction across the empire. Tess of the Road handles a difficult topic with compassion and care, a beautiful start to a new duology.
Some of the most exciting science fiction and fantasy stories are happening in young adult fiction. We've listed up some of Den of Geek's most anticipated young adult genre reads, complete with information on when they will be published and what type of read they are i. Scroll through to learn about all of the best new young adult fantasy and science fiction reads of
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Science Fiction books are what initially ignited a great love of reading for me. And Young Adult books reignited that love. So the intersection of the two, for me, is golden.
Winter is the perfect time to get lost in a science fiction or fantasy novel. After all, it is a season where reindeer can fly, world travel takes only a single night, and cookies can be exchanged for gifts. Prepare for worlds filled with danger, intrigue, and magic.
I've loved biology since I was a child. I needed no prodding to learn about the life cycles of animals and plants, about the microscopic cities of organelles within a cell. But in other realms of science and mathematics, fiction enticed me to explore areas I wouldn't have.
Most young adult science fiction books are set in weird dystopias and involve awkward, doomed romances. Based on what I remember from high school, this is completely appropriate. Panda Ray is a rare beast: a fun and weird adventure for young adults where there is no Chosen One.
Young adult fiction YA is a category of fiction written for readers from 12 to 18 years of age. The subject matter and genres of YA correlate with the age and experience of the protagonist. The genres available in YA are expansive and include most of those found in adult fiction.
On a recent plane ride home from a major book festival, I ended up chatting with a woman next to me who had also been at the festival. I reluctantly told her that I write science fiction and fantasy. Except for Harry Potter, of course.