The best epistolary YA novels are quick reads, often funny, and so relatable. Here are five of my all-time favorite epistolary young adult novels. The YA dream team of Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff have graced us with two novels of their Illuminae Files series so far with the third scheduled to publish in March
Photograph: Leann Mueller Our book, The Night Visitors , is a horror novella told through an exchange of emails between two women who are investigating an unsolved murder. Gradually, the effects of their mutual obsession evolve into hallucinatory madness and the supernatural begins to intrude on their correspondence.
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Jesse Doogan There is something pleasantly, innocently voyeuristic about reading an epistolary novel. They give you the feeling of stumbling on a box of letters left in an attic, but there are no consequences or hurt feelings if you read them.