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You’ll Love This Week’s YA Ebook Deals

Hey YA Readers!

Enjoy these delicious ebook deals we’ve found for you this week. Prices are current as of Friday, November 1.

a blade so blackA spin in Alice in Wonderland in LL McKinney’s A Blade So Black should be on your to-read. Grab it for $3.

Want a fresh take on the story of Dorothy and Oz? You’ll want to pick up Danielle Paige’s Dorothy Must Die, the first in a series, for $3.

Technology thrill ride calling out to you? Kristen Simmons The Deceivers should be on your TBR. $3.

Julie Kagawa’s The Immortal Rules, the first book in a fantasy series, is $2.

Itching for a love story? Sarah Mlynowski’s I See London, I See France is $2.

A really moving and powerful romance is at the heart of Sara Farizan’s If You Could Be Mine. $2.

A little magical realism calling out to you? Miranda Asebedo’s The Deepest Roots is $2.

I’ve not read a setting like the one in A Girl Like That by Tanaz Bhathena — it’s a contemporary novel set in Saudi Arabia. $3.

If you want something magical and fantastical, grab Spectacle by Jodie Lynn Zdork for $3.

Julie Eshbaugh’s Ivory and Bone is loosely based on Pride and Prejudice with a fantasy adventure twist. $2.

His Own Where by June Jordan is a wildly underrated YA novel that anyone who loves this category should read. It’s written entirely in AAVE, and it’s absolutely powerful. This edition has a forward by Sapphire. $4.

Faith Erin Hicks’s Comics Will Break Your Heart is $3.

A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer can be yours for $2.

Want a story about pirates? $3 gets you Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller.

Last, but not least, Neal Shusterman’s Bruiser is $2.

Thanks for hanging out, and we’ll see you on Monday with a curious (but fun!) YA title trend in 2020.

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