If you're looking to expand your TBR with some Asian American YA books this year then here's a round up of 20 books to get you started!
When the news becomes too difficult to watch, these books about refugees will having you questioning the blurred line between fiction and reality.
October is Selective Mutism Awareness Month. These four books are challenging the common misconceptions surrounding this social anxiety disorder.
These co-written YA books are here to prove that two heads are always better than one and team work does, indeed, make the dream work.
These five Big Brother books are here to demonstrate why you should always cover your webcam because you never really know who's watching.
We all love dragons and these middle grade books about dragons promise to take you on a roarsome adventure alongside your fire-breathing friends.
Tired of boring Kindle covers? I have some good news for you! These bookish Kindle covers from Amazon are here to help you live your best literary life.
Examining the decline of dystopian YA stories in Hollywood, its current status in literature and how the genre now reflects our everyday realities.
Because sometimes you accidentally stumble down the rabbit hole and start questioning the use of idioms in fantasy worlds.
Here at Book Riot, we love the supernatural and this round-up of 7 dazzling Djinn books is guaranteed to take you on a magic carpet ride.
2019 is shaping up to be a great year for books written by Muslims. As we ease into another Ramadan, here are some books by UK Muslim authors for your TBR.
Life imitates art far more than art imitates life? Taking a look at Samirah Ahmed's INTERNMENT, and how its fictional events are a reality for some.