For every YA ship and OTP (One True Pairing) there exists the perfect song. Jessica Pennington’s Love Songs and Other Lies is coming soom, so we’re kind of in the mood for both great YA books and love songs to help us kill time until we can share it with the world.
With their combination of skilled rebellion and mysterious computer wizardy, fictional hackers are always fun to follow on page and screen.
It’s that time! And by that we mean its time to round up our favorites from all the glory, fairy lights, shelfies, and gorgeously filtered covers that make up this month’s bookstagrams.
We’re giving you the Valentine’s Day gift of PURE BEAUTY… in that we’re rounding up our favorite bookstagrams of Tor Teen titles for you to behold and enjoy. We love our books, but we love them even more surrounded by fun props and sumptous backgrounds. So join us in a journey through our best of…
If you’re looking for books that prove nothing is as it seems, and are already pretty sure everyone around you is a suspect, read on. Because these five books will have you convinced that you can’t trust anyone.
Blood and Sand came out in January and it’s beautiful and amazing and we have feelings. But just looking at that fierce cover makes us want to read it all over again….and possibly start a rebellion.
Here are some of our favorite bookstagrams that capture the cover (and the book’s!) fierce flavor.
We’re addicted to Susan Dennards Witchlands series–Truthwitch? Amazing. Windwitch? Even better. And we can’t even handle how excited we are to share Sightwitch with the world.
Who among us hasn’t dreamed about picking up a sword and going full Amazon on the world? While that probably isn’t realistic for most of us, here are five books starring women who are ready to kick ass and take names.
Who doesn’t love a good (or wicked) witch? Publicist Lili Feinberg shares some of her favorite tales of witchery.
Looking to read about a disturbing dystopia? We’ve got you covered! If you liked The Hunger Games, Divergent, and The Maze Runner, and are in the mood for more, this list is for you. We’ve compiled some of our favorite dystopian novels—because sometimes you just want to read about the world falling apart.