Born at Midnight, by C.C. Hunter (St. Martin’s Griffin, 2011)

When Kylie Galen is sent to Shadows Fall, a camp for troubled teens, she figures it’s because she screwed up once too often. The truth is, it’s secretly a camp for supernatural teenagers learning how to control their natures and … Continue reading

Supernaturally, by Kiersten White (HarperTeen, 2011)

Evie’s attempts to lead a normal high school life after quitting her job with the International Paranormal Containment Agency seem doomed to failure when paranormals start attacking her at random, and her old boss all but begs her to come … Continue reading

The Iron Thorn, by Caitlin Kittredge (Delacorte Press, 2011)

What do a clockwork house in a steampunk setting, the Cthulhu Mythos, the Fae, and a girl engineer all have in common? They factor into Kittridge’s endlessly entertaining YA debut, a delightful juxtaposition of unlikely elements and high adventure. When … Continue reading

Night School, by Mari Mancusi (Berkley Books, 2011)

Twins Sunny and Rayne are anything but normal. They’re both dating vampires, while Rayne is both vampire and slayer at the same time. And now, according to their parents, they’re both fairy princesses … and that part of the family’s … Continue reading

The Iron Queen, by Julie Kagawa (Harlequin Teen, 2011)

Meghan Chase, the half-Fae daughter of Summer King Oberon, is ready to return to mortal life with her boyfriend, the exiled Winter Prince Ash, when the two are pulled back into the ongoing war between the old Faerie Courts and … Continue reading

The Iron Witch, by Karen Mahoney (Flux, 2011)

For years, Donna Underwood has lived with tragedy and secrets stemming from a vicious supernatural attack: her father dead, her mother driven insane, her own injuries overcome through the application of bizarre alchemical methods. Now she wears gloves to hide … Continue reading

Enchanted Ivy, by Sarah Beth Durst (McElderry Books, 2010)

When Lily visits Princeton with her family for Reunions Weekend, she’s ready for the usual campus tours and alumni parties. What she gets is a surprise, when she’s asked to take the mysterious Legacy Test. Pass, and she’s accepted into … Continue reading

The Iron Daughter, by Julie Kagawa (Harlequin Teen, 2010)

Making good on a promise, Meghan, recently revealed as the half-human daughter of King Oberon of the Summer Fae, has become an uneasy “guest” in the Winter Court of Queen Mab, where she must deal with court politics and prejudice. … Continue reading

Thresholds, by Nina Kiriki Hoffman (Viking, 2010)

The night before Maya’s due to start seventh grade in a new school where she doesn’t know anyone, a fairy flies into her room and sleeps in her bed. This kicks off a series of events culminating with her delving … Continue reading

Paranormalcy, by Kiersten White (HarperTeen, 2010)

Evie’s unique talent to see the supernatural in their true forms makes her an essential part of a secret organization which captures rogue paranormals and either kills or conscripts them. However, her yearning for a normal life, one not involving … Continue reading