What's Up in YA

Your YA Ebook Deals Are 🔥🔥🔥

Hey YA fans! Let’s load up your ebook reader with some tremendous deals.

“What’s Up in YA?” is sponsored by Book Riot’s Amazon store. Shop our favorite summer reads (including some of our favorite books of 2019 so far), bookish accessories, deals, and more.

So many good reads to grab while they’re on the discount. Prices are current as of Friday, June 12.

Here To Stay by Sara Farizan book coverSara Farizan’s latest book about basketball and Islamophobia, packed with humor (!), Here To Stay is $2.

  • How about an adventure read? Roland Smith’s Peak is $2.
  • Winifred Conkling’s Votes for Women is a nonfiction title about Women’s Suffrage in America. It’s fabulous and only $2.
  • If you want to pick up my other anthology, Here We Are: Feminism For The Real World is $2.
  • Steampunk calling? Grab Kady Cross’s The Girl In The Steel Corset is $2. It’s the first in a series.
  • Natalie D. Richards’s thriller Gone Too Far is $2.
  • Grab Cindy Pon’s fantasy Serpentine for $1. The second book in the series, Sacrifice, is also $1.
  • Maybe you want to read a book with dragons? You’ll do well picking up Mari Mancusi’s Scorched. It’s $2 and the first in a series.
  • Sarah Rees Brennan’s Tell The Wind and Fire is $3.
  • Soldier Boy by Keely Hutton is $3.
  • I loved this book and am sad I haven’t yet finished the series. Salla Simukka’s As Red As Blood is for fans of Lisbeth Salander of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. $2. Bonus: this is YA in translation.

Have you read the latest two books from E. Lockhart? If you want some twisty thrillers, grab We Were Liars and Genuine Fraud for $2 each.

  • Anna Godbersen’s The Luxe, which is a soapy historical and first in a series, is $3. This series is just fun.
  • Marieke Nijkamp’s best selling This Is Where It Ends is $2.
  • Want to read the book that the hit show The 100 is based on? Kass Morgan’s The 100 is $2.
  • Last, but not least, pick up Prophecy by Ellen Oh is $2.

Thanks for hanging out. We’ll see you next week!

— Kelly Jensen, @veronikellymars on Instagram and editor of (Don’t) Call Me Crazy and Here We Are.