In the first volume of the "Hush, Hush" saga, high school sophomore Nora Grey must deal with her feelings for Patch, a classmate — and biology partner — who turns out to be a fallen angel. This heartfelt coming-of-age story is comprised of letters, written by introverted teenage protagonist Charlie to an unknown recipient, which address his struggles with mental illness, sexuality, repressed memories and drug abuse. Abhorsen Trilogy by Garth Nix. Cassia has always trusted the Society to make the right choices for her, so when Xander appears on-screen at her Matching ceremony, Cassia knows he is her ideal mate — until Ky Markham's face appears for an instant before the screen fades to black. With so many great titles slated for publication, YA lovers will be happily turning pages all year long. The classic Betsy-Tacy series follows Minnesota girl Betsy Ray and her friends Tacy and Tib as they grow from making piano-box playhouses to traveling the world and getting married.
Aside from being a horrifyingly gripping read, this is a true modern classic—you probably already read it in high school but you should revisit, trust me—without which countless other books would not exist.
Young adult fiction
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