2013 Best Fiction for Young Adults Announced

Looking for a good recently published book? The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) has announced its 2013 Best Fiction list containing 102 books considered to be the best in a variety of genres for readers ages 12-18. The top ten picks are marked with an asterisk.

If you find a book you particularly enjoyed, be sure to recommend it to other teens by writing up a quick review in The Book Blog found on the Infosoup page. The blog is a great place to look for good teen reads and to let your opinion be heard.

A few favorites from the list that I have read include Keeping the Castle by Patrice Kindl and The False Prince by Jennifer Nielsen. Also,the audiobook of Code Name Verity is a great World War II listen that gets more intriguing as the story progresses.

There are so many great teen novels being published, so be sure to check out the list for some gems just in time for your summer reading pleasure.

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