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NBLB = no book left behind. Make sure you didn’t miss any of these YA books that came out in July! 

1. Like No Other by Una LaMarche: the contemporary love story your heart’s been waiting for about two neighbors who’ve never spoken until a hurricane brings them together.

2. The Golden Specific by S.E. Grove: the sequel to The Glass Sentence, a fantasy set in the New World, where each of the continents have been flung into different time periods.

3. Man Made Boy by Jon Skovron: a hilarious, romantic tale about the hacker extraordinaire son of Frankenstein’s monster that redefines what it means to be a monster…and a man.

4. The End or Something Like That by Ann Dee Ellis: A raw, funny novel about Emmy, who receives visits from ghosts…just not the one she’s waiting for, her late best friend Kim.

5. Survive the Night by Danielle Vega: Stephen King meets Pretty Little Liars in this horror tale about an all-night, underground rave where corpses start showing up in the tunnels.

6. A School for Brides by Patrice Kindl: An irresistible spin on Jane Austen about an academy training its female students to be married off in a town where there are no men.

7. Pretending to be Erica by Michelle Painchaud: We Were Liars meets Heist Society in the story of Violet, who takes over the identity of an heiress who disappeared years ago to steal a legendary painting.

8. The Fourth Wish by Lindsay Ribar: the conclusion to romantic, magical The Art of Wishing series!

9. The Inventor’s Secret by Andrea Cremer: A page-turning steampunk story about 16-year-old refugee Charlotte and the secrets she uncovers when a new exile joins her camp on the edge of Britain’s industrial empire. 


Which of these books are you excited about?