THIS MONTH’S ROUNDUP OF ADULT BOOKS FOR TEENS INCLUDES A SINISTER DOMESTIC THRILLER, AN IRREVERENT COMING-OF-AGE MEMOIR, AND A NEW FANTASY SERIES FROM A #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR.
YOU LET ME IN by Camilla Bruce
YOU LET ME IN delivers a stunning tale from debut author Camilla Bruce, combining the sinister domestic atmosphere of Gillian Flynn’s SHARP OBJECTS with the otherwordly thrills of Neil Gaiman’s THE OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE.
“This dark genre-blender will tempt teens with its young protagonist and creepily compelling themes.” —Booklist, YA Interest / starred review
“Bruce is especially good at raising goosebumps. Fans of Sarah Pinborough will welcome this new talent.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review
SIGH, GONE: A Misfit’s Memoir of Great Books, Punk Rock, and the Fight to Fit In by Phuc Tran
For anyone who has ever felt like they don’t belong, SIGH, GONE is an irreverent, funny, and moving memoir of assimilation woven together with poignant themes from works of classic literature.
“Older teens will find much to enjoy in this classic crossover memoir, which is both thoughtful and thought-provoking.” —Booklist, YA Interest / starred review
“A highly witty and topical read—an impressive debut.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review
HOUSE OF EARTH AND BLOOD by Sarah J. Maas
#1 New York Times bestselling author Sarah J. Maas launches the CRESCENT CITY series: the tale of half-Fae Bryce Quinlan as she seeks revenge in a modern fantasy world of danger and romance.
“Teen readers of Maas’ courtly YA fantasies who can handle a little more mature content may enjoy this one.” —Booklist, YA Interest / starred review