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    20+ YA Books Under 400 Pages

    *Sometimes we just need a quick read. Something that isn’t too complex and is easy to pick up and set down. These books are usually on the shorter side and don’t have a difficult reading level. Read on for my list of YA books that fit the requirements.

    Not all of these are Fantasy. There is some sci-fi mixed in with the paranormal. Nor are they all strictly under 400 pages. Some of them are just over 400 but they all make good candidates for quick reading. Quite a few of these I have enjoyed but there are still a lot that I need to read.

    The ones I have read.

    The Gilded Wolves
    By Roshani Chokshi
    Pages: 388

    My Rating: 5/5
    By Stephanie Garber
    Pages: 407

    My Rating: 4/5
    Falling Kingdoms
    By Morgan Rhodes
    Pages: 412

    My Rating: 3/5
    Shadow of the Fox
    By Julie Kagawa
    Pages: 409

    My Rating: 5/5
    The Selection
    By: Kiera Cass
    Pages: 336

    My Rating: 2/5
    By Marissa Meyer
    Pages: 400

    My Rating: 3/5
    Amber & Dusk
    By Lyra Selene
    Pages: 368

    My Rating: 3/5
    By Jay Kristoff
    Pages: 402

    My Rating: 5/5
    The Wicked Deep
    By: Shea Ernshaw
    Pages: 310

    My Rating: 3/5
    By Somaiya Daud
    Pages: 320

    My rating: 3/5
    By Garth Nix
    Pages: 367

    My rating: 5/5
    A Darker Shade of Magic
    By: V E Schwab
    Pages: 400

    My rating: 4/5
    Shadow and Bone
    By Leigh Bardugo
    Pages: 356

    My rating: 4/5
    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
    By J K Rowling
    Pages: 332

    My rating: 5/5

    These are ones I haven’t read yet.

    The Beast Player
    By Nahoko Uehashi
    Pages: 352
    The Storm Crow
    By Kalyn Josephson
    Pages: 352
    The Merciful Crow
    By Margaret Owen
    Pages: 384
    Wicked Saints
    By Emily A Duncan
    Pages: 385
    Shatter Me
    By Tahereh Mafi
    Pages: 338
    Grim Lovelies
    By: Megan Shepherd
    Pages: 376
    By Nadine Brandes
    Pages: 337
    Three Dark Crowns
    By Kendare Blake
    Pages: 403
    The Wren Hunt
    By Mary Watson
    Pages: 399

    Why are some of these still on my unread shelf?

    I’m trying to figure out why nine of these books are still sitting on my unread shelf. With them being just over 400 pages or less I don’t really have much excuse for not reading them. Some of them have even been on my tbr in months past and I still haven’t gotten to them. Yikes. Well, I guess I know where I need to start my tbr for November!

    Happy reading friends!