YA Books Set in England #ArmchairBEA
The second topic for Armchair BEA today is Young Adult literature.
I’m reading lots of books about or set in England this year in advance of a trip in the fall. I compiled my latest TBR list earlier this week. Between those, however, I’m likely to slip in some books that are just for fun — most fun would be YA books set in England.
Here are some I’ve read. Can you help me add to this list?
Shades of London series (The Name of the Star and The Madness Underneath) by Maureen Johnson
Finishing School series (Ettiquette & Espionage and Curtsies & Conspiracies) by Gail Carriger
Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith
Dark Mirror by M.J. Putney (I’ve read book 2 in this series, Dark Passage, but just realized that I have yet to read book 3, Dark Destiny)
Sequins, Secrets, and Silver Linings by Sophia Bennett
I’ll also link this post to British Isles Friday, which was my first Armchair BEA post today about the interchanges of travel, books, and blogs on the web. Check out our link party for other posts set in the British Isles.
Have you read the follow up to Code name verity? Super good, I liked it even better.
I have! I didn’t put it on this list only because it was set more in France and Germany. According to her website, Elizabeth Wein is signing books at BEA today!
The London Eye Mystery is great fun, but it’s middle grade, not YA.
That does sound fun! I’ll give it a shot — requested from the library!
I want to read Code Named Verity!
I read The Name of the Star and really liked it, but never got to the rest of the series. I should read Code Name Verity.
Love the sound of that last book title: Secrets, Sequins, and Silver Linings.
I still need to read Code Name Verity! It’s so highly recommended 😀
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Another blog that mentions Code Name Verity. I loved that book. It’s one of those books that stays with you for while after reading it.
Love Carriger’s new series! Especially on audio, so amazingly well written and narrated! I have been meaning to check out Maureen Johnson’s books as well. Great list. 🙂