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This Quiz Will Tell You Which New YA Book You Should Read This Summer
For you, summer has always been about spending and cherishing time with family, which is why you’ll enjoy Rocks Fall Everyone Dies by Lindsay Ribar. Aspen Quick’s family has a magical secret — a ritual keeps a cliff from collapsing onto their town. But things begin to change when Aspen, who enjoys using his abilities, begins questioning both the past and future.
You often prefer having an unplanned, carefree summer that involves new adventures. Because of this, you’ll enjoy Summer Days and Summer Nights, a fun collection of summer stories by best-selling YA authors, including Leigh Bardugo, Francesca Lia Block, Libba Bray, Cassandra Clare, Brandy Colbert, Tim Federle, Lev Grossman, Nina LaCour, Stephanie Perkins, Veronica Roth, Jon Skovron, and Jennifer E. Smith, edited by Stephanie Perkins.
You love when your summers are as fun and unique as your personality, which is why Lucky Few by Kathryn Ormsbee will appeal to you. Stevie and Sanger help oddball neighbor Max complete his “Ways to Fake My Death Without Dying” checklist, but Stevie slowly begins to realize these themes of death might just hit too close to home.
You want a summer filled with whirlwind, romantic potential, which is why you’ll enjoy You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour and David Levithan. Set in San Francisco, Mark is in love with Ryan, who doesn’t feel the same way. Kate has never met Violet in person and although the feelings are there, she’s afraid of what might happen when they do meet in real life. But when Kate and Mark meet in the city during Pride Week, they quickly discover that friendship often shows in the right place at the right time.
When it comes to summer, you definitely have a STRONG urge for traveling and exploring new places, which is why Mirror in the Sky by Aditi Khorana will appeal to you. When Tara discovers a message from an alternate Earth, she realizes there could actually be a parallel universe. And when her normal life begins to shift little by little, she begins to believe that something huge is about to happen.
Your ideal summer is fueled by adrenaline — whether it’s riding adventurous roller coasters or cliff diving in Hawaii. That’s why you’ll want to pick up How to Disappear by Ann Redisch Stampler. Told in alternating perspectives, this story follows a murder witnessed by Nicolette and a boy with one mission: to get rid of her.
When it comes to summer, you prefer the element of surprise, changing things up from day to day. This is why you should pick up The Leaving by Tara Altebrando. Eleven years after their mysterious disappearance, five of six missing teenagers return. They were 5 when they were taken, but don’t have any recollection of what happened. Nor do they know what happened to the sixth victim, Max. This intriguing story will have you flipping pages until the very end.
You typically prefer to have an introverted summer filled with reading and surfing the web, which is why you’ll enjoy The Geek's Guide to Unrequited Love by Sarvenaz Tash. Grant and Roxy are best friends, but when Grant starts having feelings for Roxy, he plans to tell her in a special way: at Comic-Con. But will things turn out the way Grant hopes?
You prefer having a low-key summer with your friends. As long as they’re around, you’re happy, which is why you’ll enjoy How It Ends by Catherine Lo. Told from the perspective of two BFFs, this book touches on the hardships of friendship and what happened to bring these two characters apart.