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Top Ten 2013 YA Debuts I'm Dying to Read

At the end of last year, I loved checking out all the 2013 ya debuts. There are a bunch, and I fully plan on getting addicted. As a general pattern, there’s a handful of retellings, more dystopias and a whole lot of futuristic/science fiction.

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Top Ten 2013 YA Debuts I’m Dying to Read

strands of bronze and gold by jane nickerson 2013 ya debuts

1Strands of Bronze and Gold by Jane Nickerson– I don’t think I’ve ever heard of the “Bluebeard” fairytale, but I’m really excited to read this retelling.

2Altered by Jennifer Rush– Just the usual, genetic engineering and whatnot.

3Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans– I’ve halfway through Level 2 right now, and it’s SO GOOD YOU GUYS!!

4The Falconer by Elizabeth May– The combination of parties, ancient Scotland and murder have me intrigued.

6Linked by Imogen Howson– It sounds similar to Mara Dyer – all mysterious and crazy-inducing. I’m ready to take on another psychological thriller!

7Reboot by Amy Tintera— Reboot is another foray into the exciting world of YA science fiction. It sounds different and action-packed!

8Pulse by Patrick Carman— This sounds like a book I’ve been waiting to read but didn’t know existed. Telekinesis for the win!

9Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke– It’s billed as a gothic horror book, and although we both know I’m a wimp, I think I can take this book.

10The Collector by Victoria Scott– Although not a book I would normally pick up, The Collector seems like it has a lot to offer. We’ll see…

Which 2013 YA debuts have got your feathers ruffled??

About Lisa Parkin

I'm a hardcore lover of young adult fiction and have been reviewing books since 2011. Other interests include Downton Abbey, heat lightning storms, Harry Potter land and (begrudingly) one orange tabby.
  • Anne

    Oh my, someone’s doing a Bluebeard retelling? That’s gotta be dark as all get out! I’m excited though – it’s a rare fairytale to get retold 🙂