Popular YA Books of 2020

Hello book lovers! Throughout this past year, we have had many new books, from both debut and older authors. Here’s a list of some of the most popular books this year!

Fable – Adrienne Young

Fable (Fable, #1) by Adrienne Young

After being abandoned by her father on an island, Fable must discover a way to get off the island and find her father, then earn herself a place with her father and the crew on his ship.

Felix Ever After – Kacen Callender

Amazon.com: Felix Ever After (9780062820259): Callender, Kacen: Books

Felix Love feels as if he is too marginalized, being Black, queer and transgender, to ever fall in love. However, after an anonymous student begins posting transphobic messages, Felix finds himself in the middle of a love triangle, while also discovering new things about himself.

We Unleash the Merciless Storm – Tehlor Kay Mejia

Amazon.com: We Unleash the Merciless Storm (We Set the Dark on Fire)  (9780062691347): Mejia, Tehlor Kay: Books

Carmen Santos has been part of the rebel group La Voz for a long while, and is one of their best soldiers. However, after returning to La Voz’s base to find her leader under the influence of a dangerous new recruit, Carmen must decided whether to stay with La Voz or save the girl she loves.

The Conference of the Birds – Ransom Riggs

Amazon.com: The Conference of the Birds (Miss Peregrine's Peculiar  Children) (9780735231504): Riggs, Ransom: Books

Jacob Portman is entrusted with a mission: bring the peculiar Noor Pradesh to someone only known as V. He must figure out how to find V, using only the limited number of clues he has and with enemies following close behind.

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes – Suzanne Collins

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes - Wikipedia

This prequel to the bestselling Hunger Games trilogy follows an eighteen year old Coriolanus Snow as he mentors the female District 12 tribute, but as he begins to feel for her, he is faced with difficulty of following the rules or trying to survive at all costs.

That’s all for now! Happy reading!

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