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Five free young adult paranormal and urban fantasy books to try

written by Betsy Flak on 2019-07-22

Is your e-reader empty after a boatload of summer reading? Never fear, for today, I've got five free young adult paranormal and urban fantasy books for you to check out.

Here are the top free books I found in Amazon's "Teen & Young Adult Paranormal & Urban Fantasy eBooks" category. Every single book listed here has an Amazon star rating of at least 4.3 stars on around 50 reviews or more. And of course, they're free, this time regardless of whether you're in Kindle Unlimited or not.

Make sure to check the price before you buy/download. As always, prices are subject to change!

Wild-born (Psionic Pentalogy Book 1) by Adrian Howell

  • In a nutshell: "When young Adrian Howell discovers he possesses powerful telekinetic abilities, he is plunged into a sinister world of warring paranormal factions and terrifying government organizations."
  • Series Name and Number of Books: Psionic Pentalogy, 5 books (as of the date of this post)

Werewolf Academy Book 1: Strays by Cheree Alsop

  • In a nutshell: After a genocide that killed nearly all the werewolves, a special werewolf academy is built to protect the children who survived.
  • Series Name and Number of Books: Werewolf Academy, 7 books (as of the date of this post)

City of Wishes 1: The Memory Thief by Rachel Morgan

  • In a nutshell: "Cinderella retold: Fae, vampires, shifters, and a Godmother who’ll grant you any wish—if you pay the price." Told in serial form.
  • Series Name and Number of Books: City of Wishes, 5 books (as of the date of this post)

Prince of Wolves (The Grey Wolves Series Book 1) by Quinn Loftis

  • In a nutshell: Girl meets boy. Boy ends up being a werewolf and her mate. Alpha wolf tries to claim girl. Chaos ensues. Note: Reviews are more mixed than usual here. Proceed with caution.
  • Series Name and Number of Books: The Grey Wolves Series, 11 books (as of the date of this post)

Entranced (Guardian Academy Book 1) by Jessica Sorensen

  • In a nutshell: A girl chosen to be a paranormal investigator instead of the warrior she'd planned on must track down her grandfather's killer. Note: Reviewers did complain that this book ended too soon.
  • Series Name and Number of Books: Guardian Academy, 6 books (as of the date of this post)

Looking for more free books? Check out "Seven free young adult paranormal and urban fantasy books to try," which lists even more free YA paranormal and urban fantasy books, along with their covers and brief descriptions.


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