New Releases I’m Excited About: Spring 2017 Fantasy/Young Adult

December 13, 2016 Christian, fantasy, Most Anticipated Spring 2017, YA 27


Yesterday, I started out a look at Spring 2017 new releases with the contemporary fiction I’m excited about. Today, I had originally planned to do historical fiction, but I decided to switch the order around a bit so today’s post fits better with the Top Ten Tuesday linkup.

Behold the new schedule:

Monday – Contemporary Fiction
Today – Fantasy/YA
Wednesday – Historical Fiction
Thursday – Amish Fiction
Friday – Mystery/Suspense
Saturday – NonFiction

As with yesterday, if you want to know more about each book, clicking on the covers will take you to that book’s Amazon page.




Side note: I’m totally crushing on the covers for March!


I’ve also heard a rumor (straight from the author herself!) that Jennifer Rodewald will be releasing a YA/Dystopian novel around April.


All the books. I want to read them. But – alas – I know I can’t possibly read them all while they’re still new releases. Which of these fantasy/young adult new releases are YOU most excited about for Spring 2017?


27 Responses to “New Releases I’m Excited About: Spring 2017 Fantasy/Young Adult”

  1. Les

    I’ve read/reviewed Vannetta Chapman’s book, “Raging Storm,” and it’s good 🙂 Many of the others look good, too!

  2. carylkane

    The Book Jumper sounds awesome! Of course, I must have Jody Hedlund’s For Love & Honor. 🙂

  3. Amanda


    Are you reviewing secular books as well? The Book Jumper is tagged as Magical Realism as well as Visionary & Metaphysical.


    • Carrie

      i do review some secular books, as long as they’re clean! I may or may not review this one but I’m looking forward to trying it 🙂

  4. Lea

    Thanks for your support, Carrie! I’m so excited for Dawn on the Road’s release in February!

  5. Melissa

    I just got done reading Toward a Secret Sky. It is a about a love relationship between an angel and a human, but it is also about the spiritual war with demons. Some of the info. is unbiblical, but one concept of the how demons see things spiritually is spot on in terms of warfare. Read the book and you will find out. Although the book has some unscriptural context I still loved this book for its adventure action packed drama and it is very thrilling. Unfortunately, there is not a sequel and I can see at the end that there is room for that and hopefully the author will continue writing for a sequel or even a trilogy.

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