Who says the best young adult books are just for young adults?
Whether you like science fiction, dystopian, fantasy, paranormal, or more, our fiction book series’ for young adults will leave you wanting more.
The Wheel of Crowns series, by Brandi Elledge
The Werewolf Queen
I always wished I had supernatural powers. Now I wish I didn’t.
The Queen of Witches
She knew Werewolves weren’t real. Working with one was only the start of her problems.
The Vampire Queen
It’s not easy being the worst vampire ever.
Plus 4 more books to come
The Wheel of Crowns series has excitement, romance, and quirky Southern humour—whatever order you decide to read them in.
The New Bloods series, by Michelle Bryan
Awaken, Ascension, and Annihilation
They destroyed her village. But they left Tara alive. That was their first mistake.
When everything she loves lies in ruins, Tara must run. From the deadly sand lands. From a merciless Prezedant.
And from the lies she’s been told her entire life.
With nowhere else to go, she heads to the town of Rivercross. But if Tara thinks she’ll find safety there, she’s mistaken. And the answers she receives raise only more questions.
For her surviving kin. For what she must now do. Because being a New Blood is dangerous. She’ll be feared. She’ll be hunted.
And if she doesn’t find the power within herself soon, the crazed Prezedant’s grip on the world will become unstoppable.
The Excelsior Journey, by George Sirois
Excelsior and Ever Upward
A comic strip. An evil to defeat. Two planets to save.
High school senior Matthew Peters thinks he’s just writing some online fiction about an alien superhero, Excelsior. But when a woman arrives at his school claiming to be from the distant planet he’s writing about, he must think again. What’s more, she says Excelsior’s lifeforce lives within him.
As an alien assassin tries to kill him, Matthew must decide what is more important: to save his own life or to retrieve an ancient artifact that could save two worlds. To stay the guy with growing online popularity, or lose himself to something he can’t understand. Whatever his choice, he must face an enemy more powerful than him in almost every way.
Hold on to your seat as you race through the first book in George Sirois’ series, The Excelsior Journey, a story that will leave you gasping for breath and wanting more.
Put down the pen.
Pick up the sword.
Unleash the hero within.
Shadow and Light series, by T.D. Shields
Into Shadow and Into Light
She’s on the run. But she won’t stay hiding forever. And then they’ll wish they’d killed her, too.
When a stinging betrayal leaves her father dead, Poppy’s world comes crashing down. And when the assassins target her next, she must run.
From the life she knew. From the city she loves.
To a place more dangerous than she can imagine.
Surviving the jungled ruins of Denver won’t be easy. But if she can live long enough, she might just find some allies. And then she’ll have a chance.
To avenge her father’s death. To face those she once believed loved her.
But that won’t be easy. Because it’s not just the government that wants her dead now.
The Inheritance series, by Rebecca Jaycox
The Other Inheritance and The Other Queen
One girl. Two worlds. Hunted in both.
Seventeen-year-old Reggie Lang is used to dealing with her alcoholic mother and fighting school bullies, but fate has thrown her a curve ball.
A biker dude shows up in her dreams, babbling about magic and a world called the Other. As the incidents keep piling up—like bringing a frog back to life in class—Reggie has to confront the mounting evidence that she’s not the normal girl she craves to be.
Reggie’s life is changing, and she has no idea why. Or whether she should believe the man in her dreams, who claims she’s in danger and that only he can keep her safe.
But if there’s one thing Reggie will learn, nowhere is safe.
Dreams and Shadows, by Jeffrey Collyer
A lonely boy seeking salvation. An evil intent on destroying him.
Living a solitary life in the local library, 18-year-old Michael is only too eager to enter a magical world where souls are sewn together and where music enchants the heart. He finally feels at home.
But deadly beasts also live here, as do hidden evils. Little does Michael know their eyes are on him. And that soon truth will become indistinguishable from lie…
Woven Peril, by Jeffrey Collyer
The Guardian’s forces may have left the forest, but they haven’t departed from Michael’s mind as he struggles to learn what his enemy will do next. Torn between feelings of guilt and love, he must now push ahead to find mythical halls deep in the earth, where secrets from the distant past are spoken of, and new riddles unearthed….