The Ya Must List

The YA Must List chart

1. If You’re Reading This by Trent Reedy

The author of Words In The Dust and Divided We Fall comes back with a new tome that draws in staid fans and new audiences. Fans of Friday Night Lights will rip through Trent Reedy’s book about fathers, sons, coming of age and emotional reconciliations.

2. Switched At Birth

The third season finale of one of our favorite ABCF shows definitely tops the list of musts for this week. Commencement may be overshadowed by Carlton and Daphne, both dealing with major obstacles in their lives. Thankfully a renewal was just issued, ensuring we’ll be seeing more of SAB for seasons to come.

3. Breaking Butterflies

Breaking Butterflies  will appeal to fans of Fifty Shades of Grey…and beyond.  Loyalty, romance, loss, illness and more are explored in this stunning novel by M. Anjelais.

4. The Golden Echo

Kimbra’s new album is a tour-de-force and reminds us more than ever before why she burst onto the scene with such momentum. It’s been called a “master class” – make sure not to miss Teen Heat.

5.  The Fosters

The Fosters Summer finale brings more surprises, twists and turns than ever before. Callie’s going to jeopardize her relationships both professionally and personally. Connor’s relationship with his father will encroach on his life in a major way and band mates will go to places never before thought possible. Don’t miss this finale.

6. Where The Game Stands Tall

This movie appeals to multi-genre and all genders. Jim Cavizel, Laura Dern, Michael Chklis and more star in the tale about legendary football coach Bob Ladouceur and his path with the De La Salle High School Spartans.

7. Can’t Look Away

Fans of Jodi Picoult will love this unique view on social media, and what happens when the family members we love are affected by our digital actions.

8. If I Stay

Chloe Grace Moretz continues to establish herself as an acting powerhouse in the film adaptation of the supremely popular novel. Be prepared to laugh, cry and think in ways like never before.

9.  Storm Siren

Storm Siren will appeal to fans of The Hunger Games and Game of Thrones…the intersection is inevitable. Enter the world of Nym in the world-weary kingdom of Faelen…and prepare to leave an entirely different citizen with a new world and universe view.

10. Ignite The Night

Chase Rice has already established a strong fan base out of Nashville in just a few short years…and shows no signs of slowing down. His single Ready Set Roll is setting a new tenure for 2014…and hopefully beyond.