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September 2018 Releases : Gray Expectations
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The Best Children’s and YA Books of September 2018
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Even if you're not going back to school, it's the perfect time to get back into your reading goals because there's a wild amount of young adult books coming this month. It was so stacked that it was tough narrowing them down, but you can scroll through to check out the list of the best YA books of September. Leading the charge are two additions to popular YA series: Marie Lu's Wildcard , the follow-up to Warcross , an eerily prescient sci-fi story about hackers and your identity online; and Two Dark Reigns , Kendare Blake's latest in her Three Dark Crowns series centering on three magical sisters vying for rule over their land. Meanwhile, Heidi Heilig is launching a brand-new series with For a Muse of Fire , and by all accounts, it's looking even more wonderful than her first, The Girl From Everywhere. It's not all about series this month, though.
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And her latest, A Room Away from the Wolves , is another masterpiece from the haunting writer. Description: Bina has never forgotten the time she and her mother ran away from home. But before they could even leave town, Bina had a new stepfather and two new stepsisters, and a humming sense of betrayal pulling apart the bond with her mother—a bond Bina thought was unbreakable. Eight years later, after too many lies and with trouble on her heels, Bina finds herself on the side of the road again, the city of her dreams calling for her. There, Bina is drawn to her enigmatic downstairs neighbor Monet, a girl who is equal parts intriguing and dangerous. Sadie by Courtney Summers.