YA Authors at the 2017 Miami Book Fair!

In Anna Banks’ thrilling sequel to Nemesis, Princess Sepora of Serubel and King Tarik of Theoria have formed an uneasy truce–until traitors with powerful allies arise from unexpected places, challenging both their kingdoms forever.
Julie Buxbaums What to Say Next
Michael Buckley’sbest-selling The Sisters Grimmseries, featuring two orphaned sisters, Sabrina and Daphne Grimm, celebrates ten years with the republication of several of its most popular titles.
Set in 1932, Cecil Castellucci’s illustrated children’s book Soupy Leaves Home, features two misfits with no place to call home, who build a relationship during a train hopping journey from the cold heartbreak of their eastern homes toward the sunny promise of California.
A charmed life of private planes and notoriety gives way to a life of being a little fish in a big pond in Veronica ChambersThe Go-Between.
In Nidhi Chanani‘sfirst graphic novel, Pashmina, a girl growing up in the US wonders about her Indian heritage, until a mysterious pashmina transports her to a place more vivid and colorful than any guidebook or Bollywood film.
Buoyed by the rhythms, heat and lyrical lilt of contemporary Trinidad and Tobago, Tamika Gibson‘s YA novel Dreams Beyond the Shore, winner of the 2016 Burt Award for Caribbean Literature, is a heartwarming story declaring that decisions matter far more than destiny.
In Cynthia Hand’s The Afterlife of Holly Chase a girl unwilling to change her spoiled ways before death is forced to gain some insight as the new ghost of Christmas past
Michelle Hodkin, author of the Mara Dyer Trilogy, shows readers what happens after happily ever after in The Becoming of Noah Shaw (The Shaw Confessions).
Sophie Chen Keller’s The Luster of Lost Things
In The Empress, S.J. Kincaid‘s thrilling sequel to the New York Times bestselling novel, The Diabolic, Tyrus has ascended to the throne with Nemesis by his side–but having power isn’t the same thing as keeping it, and change isn’t always welcomed.
Combining Viking lore and Western tales, Emmy Laybourne‘s Berserker portrays a young girl who struggles to control her murderous “gift” as she embarks on a perilous journey through the wilds of the American frontier.
In his all-new adventure based on the hit TV series, The Flash!,
In Apex, the thrilling finale to Mercedes Lackey’s bestselling series, our heroine Joy faces foes more powerful than ever and must team up with a treacherous former nemesis in order to end this brutal war- but can they be trusted?
Barry Lyga’s The Flash: Hocus Pocus must face a mysterious villain who can control the minds and actions of citizens.
Conor McCreery‘sgraphic novel Juliet Lives! flashes back to five months after the death of Romeo, where Juliet is mourning yet another loved one – her mother.
Megan Miranda’s Fragments of the Lost
Ramon Perez’s Jane
Sara Shepard‘s The Amateurs, Book 2 Follow Me follows a team of amateur sleuths who are all linked by a true crime website down a twisted path crafted by a brilliant killer.
Maggie Thrash’s young adult fictional thriller Strange Liestraces the mystery of a horrific and tragic accident, the maiming of the student body president of an elite prep school in Atlanta.
Tillie Walden’s graphic memoir Spinning, captures what it’s like to come of age, come out, and come to terms with leaving behind everything you used to know.
Lynn Weingarten’s YA romantic thriller Bad Girls With Perfect Faces, follows the story of a young girl determined to prevent her best friend from reuniting with his cheating ex by creating a false online identity.
Kiersten Whiteis the author of Now I Rise, the highly anticipated sequel to And I Darken—from the series that reads like HBO’s Game of Thrones, if it were set in the Ottoman Empire.
In her YA novel, American Street, author Ibi Zoboi draws on her own experience as a young Haitian immigrant, infusing a lyrical exploration of America with magical realism and vodou culture.


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