Top 9 YA Books That Have Released So Far In 2020

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2020 might not have been a great year for us. But it was a jackpot for young adult fiction! This year saw the release of innumerable YA novels from all around the world.

Here are the top 9 YA books you should add to your reading challenge right now!

Blood Countess By Lana Popovic

Blood Countess (Lady Slayers #1) by Lana Popović

Anna joins the Countess Elizabeth’s kingdom as a maid. Soon, the Countess exposes her dark side. She engulfs Anna into her spell. Distant from friends, family, and fiancé, Anna needs to find an escape before the Countess turns to spill her blood.

Loved Dracula? This one is an equally thrilling novel by Popovic.

If You Only Knew By Prerna Pickett

If You Only Knew by Prerna Pickett

Corey wants to start his life anew. But his old gangs don’t seem to leave hold of him. Fate leads him to Tessa who strives to pull him from the wrong track. Love starts to build between them but there are too many weeds to cut down. 

A pure romance novel to savor!

Tigers, Not Daughters By Samantha Mabry

Tigers, Not Daughters by Samantha Mabry

Ana’s spirit haunts the Torres sisters. Ever since she died, the sisters have been stuck in a rough patch. But they soon start to hear eerie laughter, shadows, and secret messages on walls. What is the dead sister trying to say?

Find it out in this super interesting thriller.

Clique Bait By Ann Valett

Clique Bait by Ann Valett

Chloe plans to take revenge against high school biggies for spoiling her best friend’s life. She hatches a clever plan and attempts to befriend the popular circle. All plans collapse when she falls in love with the boy she shouldn’t.

A typical revenge story but with great storytelling. 

The Henna Wars By Adiba Jaigirdar The Henna Wars eBook: Jaigirdar, Adiba: Kindle Store

Nishat falls for her childhood girl best friend Flavia. When a contest comes up, both the girls decide to make henna. She starts to love Flavia more than ever. But she has to cope with her family as well as several other hurdles.

 “Unputdownable” describes this book!

Love, Creekwood By Becky Albertalli

Love, Creekwood (Simonverse, #3.5) by Becky Albertalli

Simon and Blue are in a long-distance relationship. Their other best friends are scattered over various places for education. Email gossips keep them sticking together like glue. 

An epistolary novel that fills every expectation. 

Cinderella Is Dead By Kalynn Bayron

Cinderella Is Dead by Kalynn Bayron

It’s been 200 years since Cinderella died. But the fairy tale continues. The girls in the kingdom have to attend the ball where the men choose them as their wives. But Sophia is already in love with Erin. She finds a way to put an end to the ball custom. 

An age-old happy-ending story told in a realistic sense. 

Darius The Great Deserves Better By Adib Khorram

Darius the Great Deserves Better by Adib Khorram

Darius was finally feeling okay. His boyfriend Landon is sassy and dad is cool. But his internship turns a downer. Moreover, when he starts getting closer to Chip, he becomes unsure of Landon. Suddenly, Darius feels he deserves better. 

You can never unlove Darius once you get into his shoes.

Fable By Adrienne Young

Fable (Fable, #1) by Adrienne Young

Fable is abandoned on a deserted island by her father. She wants to get back to her rightful place and father. There comes West, who is ready to help her. But there’s more to what West is. Will she be able to demand justice?

An adventurous novel of the sea, loyalty, and survival.

So, which one will you pick first?