Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books For Young Adults

Like to read books that take you to other places? These general sci-fi and fantasy books for young adults don’t necessarily fit into the dystopian or paranormal categories, but they definitely attract lovers of other worlds, magic and mystery. Check out these ya fantasy books and sci-fi young adult novels and escape for a little while.


Cover Reveal: Remember Yesterday by Pintip Dunn!

Let us know what you think of the cover for Remember Yesterday (Forget Tomorrow, #2) by Pintip Dunn! Remember Yesterday releases on October 4, 2016 This cover reveal is brought to you by YaReads Blog Tours and YA Interrobang! About Remember Yesterday (Forget Tomorrow, #2): Sixteen-year-old Jessa Stone is the most valuable citizen in Eden City. Her psychic abilities could lead to significant scientific discoveries, if… Read more →

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The Square Root of Summer by Harriet Reuter Hapgood + Interview

Buy The Square Root of Summer Special price $15.51 Regular price: $15.67 ($20.50 CDN) Publisher: Roaring Brook / Raincoast Books Format: Hardcover Reviewer: Melissa on May 19, 2016 Rating: 3 out of 5 stars This is what it means to love someone. This is what it means to grieve. It’s a little like a black hole. It’s a little like infinity. In Harriet… Read more →


Stone in the Sky by Cecil Castellucci

While I have always loved dystopian novels before reading Tin Star and Stone in the Sky, I never considered myself a sci fi reader. Now, I’m not so sure. While Castellucci’s Tin Star duology will appeal to those who are scared off of hard sci fi novels and diehard fans alike, the former – like me – may just find Stone in the Sky becomes their gateway into more space reads. Read more →


Tin Star by Cecil Castellucci

Even if you think that sci-fi novels aren’t for you, even if you’re a contemporary YA lover through and through, take a chance on Tin Star. I guarantee that, like me, you’ll quickly realize that Cecil Castellucci is only capable of writing your new favorite books. Read more →