Fantasy young adults
Books shelved as young-adult-fantasy: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling, Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas, City of Bones by Cassandra. So You Want to Read Young Adult Fantasy: Here's Where to Start Camille. Age: 25. Hey guys I'm Tiffany The strong, independent heroine of the first novel, Ani, makes this series an excellent choice for young girls or women looking for inspiration to stand up for what they believe in. With strong elements of suspense and mystery, the Ingo series should not be thought of as a second-rate fantasy series. Sarah J. Maas returns as the reigning champion of YA fantasy. She has been a nominee in this category since , and it's no surprise that Maas has garnered another win for A Court of Wings and Ruin. This is the third installment of her smash hit series about a young huntress embroiled in the mysterious world of the fae. Nikky. Age: 21. Pleasing attitude and I am super playful So You Want to Read Young Adult Fantasy: Here’s Where to Start Discover the best Teen & Young Adult Fantasy in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. Dec 29, - Fantasy books have been my poison of choice since I first discovered dark and stormy nights and jealous faerie queens as a wee kid reader. In this fairy tale that's as haunting as the darkest chapters out of the Brothers Grimm, a village's entire adult population is decimated by the soul eaters, twin sisters. Hope. Age: 29. Always on time ~~?????? We distinguish between Young Adult fantasy books and Children's fantasy books in that YA books often have more complex, adult themes than children's fantasy; YA fantasy might be considerably darker in tone and atmosphere as well. Quite a few YA fantasy books can be read by readers under the age of 12, however. Feb 15, - With The Hunger Games movie coming out in March, the frenzy for young adult (YA) fiction has reached an all-time high. With series like Harry Potter and Twilight, young adult fiction has gained so much attention that those outside of the typical “young adult” age group have taken notice. For those of you. Feb 18, - The young adult genre has a chronic problem: creating sequels. Every fantasy series has at least one — if not two or three — books. Not that I'm complaining. I'm hooked on countless series, which has become my own personal to-be-read pile challenge. Keeping track of all the sequels — especially the.