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The Best and Brightest of YA

Lately, I've been craving some good YA. I feel like I've exhausted all of the interesting books the YA section has to offer which I think must mean I'm not looking hard enough. So...help?

I love John Green, Libba Bray, and Maureen Johnson, just so you'll have something to go by. I know that romantic fantasy is pervasive in young adult fiction nowadays but I've read a good number of them and most have been misses. However, if you have a rec that you feel is just too good NOT to rec then go right ahead. I would enjoy falling in love with a good YA fantasy.
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