Articles Posted in the " ya books " Category

  • I Did Not Like “Cursed” As Much As I Thought I Would

    There have been many reimaginings of Arthurian legends over the years (we at The Geekiary are rather big fans of BBC’s Merlin), but none of them quite take the stance that Tom Wheeler and Frank Miller’s Cursed does. Optioned as a Netflix series (currently in production) before even being published, Cursed tells the story of Arthur from Nimue’s […]


  • Bow at the Feet of the “Angel Mage” – Review

    It has been over a hundred years since Ystara fell and Liliath, the angel mage, disappeared. Now, she has returned, looking not a day over the age of 19 and still able to wield the power of angels without suffering the consequences the way others do. She is ready to manipulate everyone to her purposes […]


  • Fight Back with “The Good Luck Girls” – Review

    In this time of political uncertainty, it feels like women – particularly women of color – are being attacked just for their very existence. Join the fight with a group of girls who are ready to take back their future – The Good Luck Girls. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content […]


  • Do Yourself a Favor and Read “There Will Come a Darkness”

    Occasionally a book will come along that absolutely knocks me off my feet – a book that makes me want to shove my copy in everyone’s faces and go, “Have you read this? You should, IT’S AMAZING.” Currently, that book for me is There Will Come a Darkness by Katy Rose Pool. -*Read our before […]



  • Book Review: “Rage” by Cora Carmack

    Enemies are closing in and Aurora’s lies start to unravel in Rage, the second book in Cora Carmack’s Stormheart trilogy. This second installment is just as thrilling as the first, expanding the world and introducing new characters readers are sure to love. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other […]


  • Book Review: “Beasts of the Frozen Sun” by Jill Criswell

    There is a lot of potential in Beasts of the Frozen Sun by Jill Criswell. It’s got the kernels of a good story, a picturesque setting, and an interesting magical system. I thought I would like it more than I did. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. […]


  • A Fulfilling Conclusion to an Epic Tale in “Vow of Thieves”

    Kazi and Jase’s saga concludes in Vow of Thieves, the sequel to New York Times best-selling author Mary E. Pearson’s Dance of Thieves. Trust me when I say that you are not prepared for what is about to go down in Hell’s Mouth. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. […]


  • Fans of ATLA Will Love “The Rise of Kyoshi”

    I got into Avatar: The Last Airbender late but I absolutely loved it, and diving back into the world is a no-brainer for me. The Rise of Kyoshi, a YA novel about the origins of Avatar Kyoshi, is a wild ride from start to finish, and fans of ATLA will want to check it out. […]


  • Hatch a Plot with “The Storm Crow”

    For my return to my regularly scheduled reading list, I read The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson. The Storm Crow is an engaging fantasy about a young princess who must marry the son of her nation’s greatest enemy in order to stop a war. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole […]