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8 A-list authors we can't get enough of

Series are all the rage in Young Adult books these days. But trilogy or not, this fresh collection of authors is worth checking out. We’re recommending a pair of books for each. Def mix up your bookshelf, utilize that dusty library card and locate these awesome names in the stacks.



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    Tahereh Mafi

    Read: Shatter Me and Unravel Me

    The world seems to be falling apart in Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me series, and as a precaution they lock up 17-year-old Juliette. This A-list author packs her novels with suspense and drama.

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    Stephanie Perkins

    Read: Anna and the French Kiss and Lola and the Boy Next Door

    This author loves writing funny, flirty and light-hearted books. Perfect weekend reads, if ya ask us.

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    Elizabeth Eulberg

    Read: The Lonely Hearts Club and Prom and Prejudice

    This author has our fall reading list covered with plenty of romance, sass and girl power packed into each chapter.

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    Sarah Dessen

    Read: Along for the Ride and The Truth About Forever

    Sarah Dessen has written stacks of YA romance books perfect for any season. We love how relatable her characters are.

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    John Green

    Read: The Fault in Our Stars and Paper Towns

    This author has a solid fan base, and his latest novel is about to be a blockbuster film.

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    Lois Lowry

    Read: The Giver and Gathering Blue

    Before The Hunger Games, Lois Lowry tackled the dystopian genre. The Giver is a classic and a must-read.

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    Cassandra Clare

    Read: Clockwork Angel and Clockwork Princess

    Most readers know her for her Mortal Instruments series, but this A-lister has other novels you’ve just got to check out.

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    Emma Mclaughlin and Nicole Kraus

    Read: The Nanny Diaries and Citizen Girl

    This BFF duo teams up when it comes to writing hilariously sarcastic novels about working girls in New York City. Babysitters will LOL while reading The Nanny Diaries.

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Whew! That’s a lot of great reading. Which author will you be finding in the stacks this month? And of the ones you’ve read, which author would you recommend? Share in the comments below.



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