Most Anticipated June 2020 YA Releases


I checked all these dates on Goodreads, but it’s always possible something changed or will change.  It’s been a bit harder to keep up with release dates, but I think I found quite a few that I think people are going to be excited for.




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June 2nd:


A Song of Wraiths and Ruin  *  (will be buying soon)

The Unready Queen  *

Divine Blood


My Calamity Jane

A Song Below Water



The State of Us

Queen’s Peril

You Should See Me In A Crown

Fractures   *



June 9th:


The Boundless

The Shadow Wand

Rage and Ruin  *$



June 16th:


I’ll Be The One

You Say It First



June 23rd:


Forest of Souls  $

Sisters of Sword & Song  *

Seasons of the Storm

Hunted By The Sky


My Eyes Are Up Here

This Is What Unbreakable Looks Like

Rebel Sky

Deadly Curious   *



July 30th:



I Killed Zoe Spanos   & *

Goddess in the Machine



I’m actually caught up on June ARCs unless I receive something last minute.  There are 26 books that I included this month, but there are obviously a lot more coming out.


What are you most looking forward to in June?  Have you read any of these?  Have any ordered?





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My name is Kristi and I review books and mod on TBR and Beyond on Facebook. I love to travel and go to concerts. I've been married for over 20 years. I listen to a lot of pop punk. Otherwise, I'm pretty boring. We do have four grandchildren now and try to see them monthly since they don't live close. I read mostly YA and adult mystery/thrillers. I also read a lot of middle grade and some adult romance. You can also find me on facebook, twitter, and instagram (don't post often).

22 thoughts on “Most Anticipated June 2020 YA Releases”

      1. So it’s actually not exactly what I was expecting. It’s not pure fantasy like I thought it would be. It’s actually set in our modern world – more like urban fantasy. But still has some mythology elements like Chronos and Gaia. I’m not sure if that was the best choice for a story like this, but we’ll see once I’ve finished reading it 🙂 The overall premise is fascinating.


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