11 Fall 2014 YA Books We’ve Got Our Eyes On

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There’s never enough time to read everything, but these 2014 fall YA releases are high on our to-be-read list!

11 Fall 2014 YA Books We’ve Got Our Eyes On

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1. Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas: Sept. 2 – This is the third book (out of six) in the Throne of Glass series. It’s not too late to get started, either. These books are just incredible.

2. A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray: Nov. 4 – Parallel universes are definitely an emerging trend in YA science fiction, but I like the spin on it in this fall release. Plus, that book cover is stunning.

3. The Walled City by Ryan Graudin: Nov. 4 – Teen gangs in a fantasy land with a labyrinthine city? Yes, please!

4. The Young Elites by Marie Lu: Oct. 7 – I’m determined to read Lu’s work as soon as it’s published this go around. (I was very late to the game with her Legend series). And, this fantasy post-plague setting seems interesting and unique.

5. Atlantia by Ally Condie: Oct. 28 – Underwater worlds and siren songs. I’m hooked. Plus, I’m interested to see how Condie writes in a more traditional fantasy world.

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6. Falls the Shadow by Stefanie Gaither: Sept. 16 – One word: clones!!! Another word: murder! A must-read for me this fall.

7. Clariel by Garth Nix: Oct. 14 – I read the Abhorsen series a million years ago (read: high school), so I cannot wait to dig into the fourth book in this series. It seems like it will read like a standalone, so no worries if you haven’t read the previous books. (But, I recommend that you do!).

8. The Fire Artist by Daisy Whitney: Oct. 14 – I’m a total sucker for elemental/mage type fantasies, so this story with girl who can work fire is right up my alley. Plus “forbidden romance.” :)

9. Suspicion by Alexandra Monir: Dec. 9 – “There’s something hidden in the Maze.” Described as magnificent, mysterious and creepy, this book has me intrigued.

10. Chasing Power by Sarah Beth Durst: Oct. 14 – There’s something about teens with special powers being set in a modern day setting. I love fantasy worlds, but I also like the dichotomy of real life and fantastical elements as well. And, Chasing Power offers both.

11. Zodiac by Romina Russel: Dec. 9 – An “epic sci-fi-meets-high-fantasy series set in a galaxy inspired by the astrological signs.” SIGN ME UP.

Which of these 2014 fall YA releases are you most excited for?

Lisa Parkin
Lisa Parkin
Lisa is the founder of Uppercase Box, the first young adult subscription box for avid readers. She also blogs about YA books on her blog, Read.Breathe.Relax.
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