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Young Adult Fantasy books are a cleaner version of Fantasy books. They are more appropriate for young adults that are past chapter books, but not quite ready for mainstream “adult” books. Some adults even enjoy Young Adult books.

The Young Adult Fantasy books featured in this post are the winners of the Goodreads 2017 Choice Awards. Did you miss a past genre? You can find them all my blog, next Monday is the last genre to be featured.

Top 20 Young Fantasy Books of 2017.

Young Adult Fantasy

  1. A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses #3) by Sarah J. Maas

  2. All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater

  3. Caraval (Caraval #1) by Stephanie Garber

  4. Carve the Mark (Carve the Mark #1) by Veronica Roth

  5. Crystal Storm (Falling Kingdoms #5) by Morgan Rhodes

  6. Flame in the Mist (Flame in the Mist #1) by Renee Ahdieh

  7. In Other Lands (In Other Lands #1) by Sarah Rees Brennan

  8. King's Cage (Red Queen #3) by Victoria Aveyard

  9. La Belle Sauvage (The Book of Dust #1) by Philip Pullman

  10.  Lord of Shadows (The Dark Artifices #2) by Cassandra Clare
  11. Our Dark Duet (Monsters of Verity #2) by Victoria Schwab

  12. Scythe (Arc of a Scythe #1) by Neal Shusterman

  13. Strange the Dreamer (Strange the Dreamer #1) by Laini Taylor

  14. The Black Witch (The Black Witch Chronicles #1) by Laurie Forest

  15. The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic (The Grishaverse 0.5, 2.5, 2.6) by Leigh Bardugo

  16. The Song Rising (The Bone Season #3) by Samantha Shannon

  17. Tower of Dawn (Throne of Glass #6) by Sarah J. Maas

  18. Traitor to the Throne (Rebel of the Sands #2) by Alwyn Hamilton

  19. Warcross (Warcross #1) by Marie Lu

  20. Wintersong (Wintersong #1) by S. Jae-Jones

Personally, I am not a fan of the Fantasy genre in general. I do love that they have a young adult version though. Young Adult Fantasy has all the wonder and imagination of another world just like the adult version. The only difference is that there is not the hardcore vivid violence and any romantic scenes they may have, are done tastefully.

Do you read Young Adult Fantasy, does your child?

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