This Week’s New Releases!

The 5/30 Edition

It’s a great week to be a YA lover!

Hitting shelves this week we have lots of lies, some kale, and a brand new series from a fave author.

Check out these new YA releases:

One of Us Is Lying

One of Us Is Lying

By Karen M. McManus

Try this one if drama is your guilty pleasure.


The Breakfast Club meets Pretty Little Liars in this story of what happens when five strangers walk into detention and only four walk out alive. Everyone is a suspect, and everyone has something to hide.

Kale, My Ex, and Other Things to Toss in a Blender

Kale, My Ex, and Other Things to Toss in a Blender

By Lisa Greenwald

Try this one if you want to laugh, cry, and melt all at the same time.


A breakup + a food truck + a whole lot of kale = the best recipe for a broken heart! Fans of Jenny Han, Morgan Matson, and Huntley Fitzpatrick will love this hilarious and heartfelt novel.


When Dimple Met Rishi

When Dimple Met Rishi

By Sandhya Menon

Try this one if you’re looking for pure reading fun.


The YA rom-com everyone’s talking about! When Dimple Met Rishi follows two Indian American teens whose parents conspire to arrange their marriage.

By Madeleine Roux

Try this one if you want to never sleep again.


An all-new gothic horror series from the New York Times bestselling author of Asylum.


By Maurene Goo

Try this one if you’re looking for love.


All’s fair in love and Korean dramas, right? But when the fun and games turn to feelings, Desi finds out that real-life love is about way more than just drama. Maurene Goo’s I Believe in a Thing Called Love is a fun, heartwarming story about falling in love—for real.


By Ryan Higa

Try this one if your never miss one of Ryan Higa’s videos.


An unconventional, irreverent, yet heartfelt memoir by Ryan Higa, one of the top creators on YouTube. With pictures! And illustrations! And, y’know, words.


Now in Paperback:

And I Darken

And I Darken

Try this one if you like action with a side of steamy romance.


The first book in a historical-fiction series about the Ottoman Empire that reads like Game of Thrones without the magic.

The Safest Lies

The Safest Lies

By Megan Miranda

Try this one if you like chase scenes and living dangerously.


From the New York Times bestselling author of All the Missing Girls and The Perfect Stranger comes a captivating psychological thriller about a girl who must face her darkest fears—but can she outrun her past?

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