Tag Archive for Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books For Young Adults

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Cover Reveal: True Born by L.E. Sterling

Okay, so I know that up till now I haven’t participated in a lot of purely promotional posts on YABookShelf.com, but today I wanted to share the cover of a book that I’m really excited to read. True Born releases on May 3, 2016 from Entangled TEEN, and it was written by L.E. Sterling, a Canadian author who happens to be an… Read more →


Interview with Cecil Castellucci, Author of Stone in the Sky

Rather than be shipped to Earth, Tula keeps [Trevor]. And I think that to her Trevor has always been like a pet or a teddy bear. She found him. She painted a face on him. She cried to him. She let him go only to have him be left behind. I think to her, Trevor is a thing that makes her feel as though she’s not alone when she’s alone. He’s there for her. 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 →