Episode • February 29, 2020

Show Notes

There are some things you can’t remake without Timothée Chalamet.


A decade has closed on YA. Recent years saw young adult books grow in leaps and bounds. In our latest episode, we explore some of the ways YA books surprised us. We also talk about what we think YA has in store for us in the next 10 years.

In this episode …

  • We’re changing the format of the show (again)
  • What were some of the biggest surprises from the last decade?
  • Is it just us or was nostalgia huge?
  • Were there too many reboots?
  • The past decade saw the rise and fall off the big YA blockbusters
  • Do some genres stand the test of time?
  • Politics took a front seat
  • What are our predictions for the next decade?
  • Should vampires make a comeback?
  • Where does diversity fit into all of this?

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