10 Paranormal YA Books That Supernatural Fans Will Love
Since 2005, Supernatural has been watched by millions of viewers and built up a large and passionate fanbase. If this show has given you a deeper appreciation for all things paranormal, then you'll probably enjoy the books on this list. These novels feature several creatures that the Winchester brothers have encountered, including demons, angels, and werewolves. And since they're written for a YA audience, fans young and old can get in on the fun. When you click links from this website, we may receive advertising revenue to support our research. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.
10 Paranormal YA Books That Supernatural Fans Will Love
|Title||Author||More by the Author|
|2.||Demons at Deadnight||Alyssa & Eileen Kirk||Drop Dead Demons||Demons In Disguise|
|4.||I Am Not A Serial Killer||Dan Wells||Mr. Monster||I Don't Want to Kill You|
|6.||Star Cursed||Jessica Spotswood||Born Wicked||Sisters' Fate|
|7.||Ultimate Temptations||K. A. Robinson||Torn||Shattered Ties|
|8.||The Girl at Midnight||Melissa Grey||The Shadow Hour||The Savage Dawn|
|9.||A Beautiful Dark||Jocelyn Davies||A Fractured Light||A Radiant Sky|
|10.||Sisters Red||Jackson Pearce||Sweetly||Fathomless|
Supernatural Fan Q&A
If you're a fan of Supernatural, you've probably been following Sam and Dean's demon-hunting adventures for quite a while now. Since you have to wait at least a week between episodes, you could probably use some new content to pass the time. To help you with this, we've compiled a list of ten paranormal young adult books with fantasy themes reminiscent of Supernatural that fans young and old are sure to enjoy. Please note that they are listed in no particular order.
First up, at #1, we have "Paranormalcy" by Kiersten White. It's the first entry of White's eponymous trilogy, and it introduces readers to Evie, a girl who can see through supernatural beings' disguises. She works for the International Paranormal Containment Agency, where she helps track down and capture creatures that are considered a threat to society.
Her life changes forever when she discovers that she might play an important role in a prophecy that predicts the end of all paranormal creatures, and it turns out that she may not be as "normal" as she thinks she is.
Second, at #2, is "Demons At Deadnight" by Alyssa and Eileen Kirk. It's the first book of the "Divinicus Nex Chronicles," and it features a girl named Aurora. One day, she discovers that she can see supernatural creatures, and demons suddenly start attacking her. Now, Aurora has to put her trust in a group called "The Hex Boys," and they have to work together to figure out why demons want her dead.
At #3 is "Fallen" by Lauren Kate. After being accused of burning someone to death, Lucinda is sent to the "Sword and Cross" reform school. There, she meets a mysterious man named Daniel, and she instantly falls in love with him. With the help of Daniel, Lucinda starts to learn more about her true nature, and she suddenly finds herself thrust into a war between heaven and hell.
Next up, at #4, is "I Am Not A Serial Killer." Written by Dan Wells, it tells the story of a sociopathic teenager named John Cleaver. He's obsessed with serial killers, and he has to actively suppress his murderous tendencies to avoid becoming one. When a demon arrives in town and starts going on a rampage, John is forced to channel his dark desires in order to find and stop this creature.
He's obsessed with serial killers, and he has to actively suppress his murderous tendencies to avoid becoming one.
Next, at #5, we have "Chameleon" by Kelly Oram. It's the first book of Oram's four-part "Supernaturals" series. It features Dani Webber, a woman who is thrust into a world full of magic after accidentally discovering her ability to copy others' powers by simply touching them. She soon learns that she's the "Chosen One," and she needs to work with a council of fellow supernaturals in order to save the world from an ancient evil.
At #6 is "Star Cursed" by Jessica Spotswood. It's a sequel to her novel "Born Wicked," and it's set in an alternate version of New England where there's a constant struggle between the priests of the Brotherhood and the witches of the Sisterhood. It mainly revolves around Cate Cahill and her sisters, witches who find themselves playing important roles in the conflict between the two factions.
Next, at #7, is "Ultimate Temptations" by K.A. Robinson. It tells the story of Ella Wilkins, a high school student whose life was ruined after her mother tried to kill her. One day, two brothers show up at her school, and they're both very interested in her. She eventually learns that they're both trying to lure her into siding with either Heaven or Hell, and her decision will decide the fate of both realms.
One day, two brothers show up at her school, and they're both very interested in her.
At #8, we have "The Girl At Midnight." Written by Melissa Grey, it's the first entry of her eponymous series. It revolves around a girl named Echo, who's a pickpocket residing in New York City. When she was young, she was adopted by the Ala, the leader of a magical race known as the Avicen. This book follows Echo's quest to find the Firebird, a mythical creature that can supposedly end the ancient war between the Avicen and the dragon-like Drakharin race.
Next up, at #9, is "A Beautiful Dark" by Jocelyn Davies. It tells the story of Skye, a girl with a mysterious past. On her seventeenth birthday, she encounters Asher and Devin, two strange men who appear to be fighting for her affection. Asher and Devin represent two different groups of angels that her family has a history with, the Rebellion and the Order. She's forced to choose which faction to side with, and she slowly learns more about her true nature throughout the novel.
Lastly, at #10, we have "Sisters Red" by Jackson Pearce. It features two sisters, Scarlett and Rosie March, who live in a world where werewolves prey on young girls. After a werewolf took the life of their grandmother, the two of them dedicated their lives to hunting the creatures. It's a dark retelling of the fairy tale "Little Red Riding Hood," and it's a fast-paced adventure full of twists and turns that are sure to keep you on your toes.