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Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas

The third book in the Court of Thorns and Roses series, this future release has been highly anticipated by Maas fans for some time now. Set in a fantastical universe, the series follows a seemingly ordinary girl as she becomes ensnared in the politics of the fae realm. Join Feyre as she and her companions face a greater threat than ever before. Oh, and don’t miss out on the steamy romance that we’re all dying to read about. On sale May 2017.

Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdieh

Ahdieh marked her spot on the list of famous YA authors with her previous novels, The Wrath and the Dawn and The Rose and the Dagger. Now, she’s back with a brand new series set in the age of the samurai. Flame in the Mist is an epic retelling of the Mulan story, and with Ahdieh’s stellar track record, it’s sure to impress readers. On sale May 16.

Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth

Published this past January, Carve the Mark is the highly-anticipated new novel by the author of the famous Divergent series. Roth’s fans flocked to this rich new novel and enjoyed its fantastical world packed with interesting characters. On sale now.  

Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare

Clare has been a huge name in young adult fiction for years. Ever since she introduced her readers to the intoxicating world of Shadowhunters, her fans have kept coming back for more. Lord of Shadows, the sequel to Lady Midnight, continues the story of Emma Carstairs and her friends as they take on an unknown evil while resisting temptation themselves. On sale May 23.

The Trials of Apollo by Rick Riordan    

Anyone who is at least somewhat familiar with young adult/children’s fiction knows who Riordan is. He brought the ancient world of Greek mythology to life in his Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. Now, he introduces a new series centered on the Greek god Apollo and his quest to regain the favor of his father, Zeus. Knowing Riordan, the book will be jam-packed with hilarity and epic quests. On sale May 3.

King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard

Published this past February, King’s Cage is the third book in the well-loved Red Queen series. Aveyard drags her readers back into the political turmoil of Mare Barrow’s world. Described by many reviewers as a “rollercoaster,” this book had many readers anxiously awaiting the arrival of 2017. On sale now.

Once and For All by Sarah Dessen

Dessen is hailed by many as one of the queens of YA chick lit. Her writing is smart, funny, and poignant as she spins coming of age tales and adorable love stories. This time, Dessen sets her novel in the crazy world of wedding planning. Delectable and sweet, this book is highly coveted by many of her fans. On sale June 6.

Caraval by Stephanie Garber

Although Caraval is Garber’s first novel, everyone waited for its publication with bated breath. After its publication in January, the novel continued to garner attention from readers and critics alike. The tale follows two sisters as they play the magical game of love and heartbreak in Garber’s fantastical world. On sale now.  

Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han  

When Han published To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before years ago, readers were enchanted by her sweet tale of girlhood crushes and embarrassing moments. Now, she continues the story in this third book. Lara Jean is a senior, and suddenly, her romance isn’t as simple as it seemed. On sale May 2.

Windwitch by Susan Dennard

Truthwitch hit shelves over a year ago, and ever since, Dennard’s fans had been anxiously awaiting a sequel. Thankfully, Dennard delivered this past January with Windwitch. Many think the sequel even surpassed Dennard’s first novel in the series. Want to find out what all of the fuss is about? Check out the first two books and prepare to enter a world full of magic. On sale now.

Warcross by Marie Lu

Lu’s fans have only become more excited for this new novel after the brilliant, rainbow cover was revealed. Famous for her Legend series, Lu has established herself as a talented writer with a knack for dystopian fiction. Warcoss, the first in her new series, promises video games, hacking, and of course, saving the world. On sale October 3.

Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor  

Daughter of Smoke and Bone revealed Taylor’s impeccable writing style and love of strange, unearthly creatures. Now, Taylor is trying her hand at a new (and wholly original) series. The first book, Strange the Dreamer, includes a brand new world full of myths and ghosts. If it’s anything like Taylor’s previous novels, then this new publication surely won’t disappoint. On sale March 28.

Our Dark Duet by Victoria Schwab  

Last year, no one knew what to expect from Schwab’s first novel, This Savage Song. Turns out, most readers thought it was pretty amazing, and Schwab has earned a fierce following. The second book, Our Dark Duet, supposedly entails more demon hunters and ghosts, as well as a few terrifying twists. On sale June 13.

A List of Cages by Robin Roe  

One of the few debut novels on this list, A List of Cages has already earned quite a bit of praise from critics and bloggers. The novel follows Adam Blake, a teenage boy who is reunited with a lost foster brother. Described as emotional and heart-breaking, A List of Cages seems to be earning praise left and right, so be on the lookout for it in a store near you. On sale now.

Wicked Like a Wildfire by Lana Popovic

The first in a two-book series, Wicked Like a Wildfire is Popovic’s first published YA novel. Despite her status as a new author, Popovic seems to be garnering more than her fair share of attention from readers. People are anxious to fall in love with the magical world she has created, and as soon as the novel hits shelves, we’re sure to hear a lot more about it. On sale August 15.

The Love Interest by Cale Dietrich

A novel about teenage spies, The Love Interest promises a love story that is anything but ordinary. Although the novel hasn’t been released yet, readers are already discussing Dietrich’s characters and his thrilling tale. The LGBT theme drew in a large audience, and people say Dietrich doesn’t disappoint. On sale May 16.

Defy the Stars by Claudia Gray

Gray has been a part of the YA scene for years. Her tales of vampires and epic destinies earned her a large fan club, and everyone is excited to see what new tales lie inside Defy the Stars. The synopsis speaks of an abandoned spaceship and forbidden romance, as well as a healthy dose of intergalactic war. On sale April 4.

Iron Gold by Pierce Brown

Red Rising, Brown’s first novel, took audiences by surprise and earned oodles of praise from readers of all kinds. A rollercoaster of emotion, the Red Rising series left everyone wanting more. Thankfully, Brown returns to the world he created with a follow-up series. Supposedly, he will expand upon the world and its revolution in a very dramatic fashion. On sale October 31.

Red Sister by Mark Lawrence  

Lawrence’s protagonist, Nona, is a killer. She’s forced to face dangerous enemies, and her tale has been described as an intense masterpiece. Although the novel doesn’t hit public shelves for another month or so, readers everywhere are anxious to find out why reviewers are loving Lawrence’s newest book. On sale April 4.

The Dark Calling by Kresley Cole

Hailed as unique and romantic, Cole’s Arcana Chronicles have been enchanting readers for years now. Finally, the series will have a fifth book, The Dark Calling. Join Evie in her fight against an ancient evil and her predestined fate. The catch? We don’t know when it will hit shelves! Sources say it will be on sale sometime this spring.  

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