Kindle Unlimited – YA Edition

Posted August 9, 2018 by Andi in Kindle Unlimited / 2 Comments

In May I did a blog post talking about the worth of Kindle Unlimited. I shared 7 books I came across that I thought might be of interest to the readers of this blog. I said then and I say it now, Kindle Unlimited (KU) is worth it for me. At only $9.99 a month I like the ability to be able to just download a random book that I may end up hating. Or being able to find that hidden gem that isn’t traditionally published. Just at the end of July I came across a random book that I liked the title so I read it. Ended up not being a gem, but it was a fun read and got me closer to my reading goal.

Over the last few weeks I have done some more digging (I went through like 300 pages of KU books in the YA category) and I made a list. There are currently 50 books on it, all books that I have either read, know of the author, recognize the cover, or want to read at some point. Some of these titles include:

You can find the full list HERE.

I am going to try my best to keep it up to date and remove books that are no longer KU or to add books. Feel free to share anything you think need to be added by emailing me or DMing me on Twitter.

Currently the only Kindle Unlimited “deal” is the 30 days free trial that Amazon offers. If you can hold out I can pretty much guarantee around the holidays there will be more deals. Last year on Groupon I got 60 free days. But I said it in May and I will say it again, I’m a fan of KU and I have been using it for almost a year now.

Besides YA books, what other Kindle Unlimited posts would you like? Romance? Based on the title? Based on a cover? Tell me in the comments!



2 responses to “Kindle Unlimited – YA Edition

  1. I had KU when it first started. I read tons of amazing romances, but I didn’t feel the YA selection was fantastic. I am really impressed with this batch of books. I read almost all of them, and I liked them, some very much. The only reason I discontinued my subscription was because I was ignoring my own books, but I still think it’s a very economical option for those, who read a lot.

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