As the sun sets and it gets chilly outside, warm up by the fireplace and read a longer Young Adult series. These series are books of four or more so you’ll have plenty to devour this winter! From fantasy to historical fiction, graphic novels to novellas, this list features stories both short and long for all of your reading needs.
An Ember in the Ashes Series by Sabaa Tahir
The finale of this series of four epic books has finally been released with A Sky Beyond the Storm. Travel back to An Ember in the Ashes and read the series in full – as well as the prequel graphic novel.
Laia is a slave. Elias is a soldier. Neither are free. In the brutal Martial Empire, Laia lives with her grandparents and her older brother. But when her brother is arrested for treason, she agrees to an exchange: while rebels promise to save her brother, she will spy for them from within the Empire’s greatest military academy. When Laia meets Elias, a soldier who wants to be free of the tyranny he’s been trained to enforce. Together they might change everything.
The Folk of the Air Series by Holly Black
Dive into Holly Black’s world of Faerie with this trilogy – and then some. Begin with The Cruel Prince before reading the short story, The Lost Sisters. After books two and three, pick up a story of Cardan’s perspective in How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories.
Jude was seven when her parents were murdered and she and her twin were taken to the High Court of Faeries. Ten years later, Jude wants nothing more than to belong there but many despise mortals – especially Prince Cardan. As Jude grows deeper into court politics, she may need to risk her life in order to save her sisters and Faerie.
The DC Icons Series by a variety of authors
Favorite DC superheroes meet favorite YA authors with this series. Follow stories of Wonder Woman, Batman, Catwoman, Superman, and Black Canary written by Leigh Bardugo, Marie Lu, Sarah J. Maas, Matt de la Pena, and Alexandra Monir.
Princess Diana wants nothing more than to prove herself to her sisters, but when the chance comes, she breaks Amazon law by saving a mortal. But this girl is no ordinary girl, and Diana may have doomed the world. Alia Keralis just wants to escape her brother with a semester at sea, but her death might cause the next world war as she is a Warbringer – a descendant of Helen of Troy. Diana and Alia must stick together to save both of their worlds.
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Get ready for the next book in the series, A Court of Silver Flames, that releases in February 2021 by picking up the first book. Enjoy the first three books in the series and the novella today!
Feyre’s survival is based on hunting for herself and her family. But when she kills a wolf in the forest, she finds herself being taken away to a magical kingdom by her faerie captor who says the wolf was one of his court members. But there is more being hidden than just his face behind a golden mask, and as Feyre begins to uncover it, she begins to fall in love with him. But there is an ancient curse, and she must break it to set him free.
Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco
Fall in love with this four book series set in Victorian England and beyond. Read about the horrors of some real murders and the science to find the killers in this series – and don’t forget the novella, Becoming the Dark Prince, featuring Thomas Cresswell!
Audrey Rose Wadsworth may have been born a lord’s daughter, but in between social teas, she lives a secret double life. Against her father’s wishes and societies’ expectations, Audrey Rose sneaks off to her uncle’s lab to study forensic medicine. When one of her corpses drags Audrey Rose into the investigation of a serial killer, she will take to the streets to do anything she can to find the murderer.