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Hey YA

By Book Riot

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From great new books to favorite classic reads, from news to the latest in on-screen adaptations, Hey YA is here to elevate the exciting world of young adult lit.

Customer Reviews

YA discussions with unique perspectives

I love this podcast, both for its content, the expertise/enthusiasm of the hosts, and the additions to my TBR list it always gives me. This is a great podcasts for writers of YA who like to keep an ear to the ground as well as teenagers looking for something just right to read. The title itself (my favorite!) points to the intentionality and the cleverness in the entire production. If you like YA, even just a little bit, trust me: Kelly and Eric are your jam!

Want to love it...

I’m so sorry to leave a negative review, because I am a huge Book Riot fan. As a high school English teacher, I was so excited about a podcast dedicated to YA. I am a loyal listener to the Book Riot and All the Books podcasts, which I love. Eric and Kelly are very knowledgeable, I’m sure, but their verbal tics are completely distracting. I just tried for the third time to listen to an episode, and after Eric said “Um...” or “Uhh...” 31 times in one book pitch (I counted) I HAD to turn it off. :( So disappointed. Please please Rebecca (pod-cat queen): help him out! I would love to love this podcast!

Not great so far

This podcast lacks heart. I know it's early days but so far it just feels like the hosts are rattling off YA Titles, without any solid content or thoughts behind them. I haven't pulled a single "TBR" from this podcast (and I do love YA!). Maybe the show needs a few guests or a bit more structure to spice it up. Sorry for constructive feedback, I just would so love for this podcast to be excellent!