Best Teen & Young Adult Extreme Sports Fiction Books
Here you will get Best Teen & Young Adult Extreme Sports Fiction Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. The Combat Codes (The Combat Codes Saga Book 1)
Author: by Alexander Darwin
June 22, 2021
“We fight so that the rest shall not have to.”In a world where single combat determines the fate of nations, the Grievar fight so that the rest can remain at peace. Cego is a mysterious Grievar boy forced to fight his way out of the slave Circles into the world’s most prestigious combat school.
At the Lyceum, Cego will learn a variety of martial arts from eclectic teachers, develop deep bonds of friendship and fight against contentious rivals to climb the school’s rankings. But, Cego will find far more than combat studies at the Lyceum.
He will find the mystery of his past unraveled by forces greater than he could ever imagine.
2. Descent (A Peak Marcello Adventure)
Author: by Roland Smith
In this thrilling new novel from best-selling author of Peak, Roland Smith, Peak Marcello, mountain-climbing extraordinaire and prodigy, faces his toughest challenge yet as he descends into Tibet and goes head-to-head with an old enemy. Peak and his team need to descend into Tibet after surviving an avalanche on the remote and isolated mountain of Hkakabo Razi.
The only catch is that Peak’s famous mountaineering father, Josh, and climbing guide, Zopa, are both wanted by the Chinese government. As a high-stakes game of cat-and-mouse ensues, making it off the mountain won’t be the end of this team’s struggles, only the beginning…
Heart-pounding action and political drama converge in this epic conclusion to the Peak Marcello’s adventures by bestselling author Roland Smith.
3. Ascent (A Peak Marcello Adventure)
Author: by Roland Smith
Peak Marcello goes to Mayanmar to climb one of the most isolated mountains in the world in this thrilling new novel from best-selling author Roland Smith. After conquering the mountains in Afghanistan, Peak Marcello goes to Myanmar, a country that has been in the grips of a brutal military regime for more than fifty years, to visit Alessia.
When he’s invited to climb Hkakabo Razi, one of the most isolated mountains in the world, Peak can’t pass up the opportunity. But getting to the mountain will involve a four-week trek through tropical rainforests rife with hazardsfrom venomous reptiles and leeches to corrupt police and military.
In the end, summiting Hkakabo Razi may be the easiest thing Peak does.
4. Supermage (Rise To Omniscience Book 1)
Author: by Aaron Oster
GFS Publishing Inc
February 24, 2019
Morgan’s life is not easy. Growing up on the streets of City Four, he is constantly shunned by the other citizens. Morgan doesn’t mind being ignored. What he does mind, though, are the constant beatings from the city guards due to his friendship with Sarah, the city lord’s only daughter.
Lord Simon wants him dead, but the laws of the kingdom are on Morgan’s side and even the guards won’t kill him, just for being seen near his manor. Morgan’s time is running out, though. Lord Simon has deep pockets and his last visit to the manor may just have put him over the edge.
Worse, he is nearing his sixteenth birthday, and has yet to awaken any abilities. In a world where might makes right, he has never been one of the mighty. What will he do when faced with a life altering decision and just how will his decision impact those around him?
Warning: This book contains some profanity, gore and content that may not be suitable for children. This book also contains GameLit elements such as stat sheets, and a form of leveling and experience gain.
5. Dirt Bike Runaway (Matt Christopher Sports Classics)
Author: by Matt Christopher
Peter runs away from his foster home … And right into danger Peter is a genius with dirt bikes. He can take them apart, fix them up, and race them like a champ. But his skill with a bike can take him only so far – and when he runs away from his foster home, he realizes he’s in way over his head.
He gets mixed up with two dangerous strangers and soon finds himself neck and neck with trouble on and off the racetrack.
6. Switching Gears (Love, Lucas Novel)
Author: by Chantele Sedgwick
Still mourning the loss of Lucas Nelson, the boy she loved in secret for years, seventeen-year-old Emmy Martin turns to her passion for mountain biking to try to fill the empty void in her life. But just when things start looking up, Emmy discovers her mom has been diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s.
Confused and angry, she throws herself into mountain biking like never before. She wants to improve on the trails, get a sponsor, and finally beat her nemesis, Whitney. When Cole Evans, a boy from school who usually doesn’t care about anything but himself, offers to train her for the biggest race of the season, she accepts, determined to beat Whitney.
The more time she spends with Cole, the more she realizes he’s different than she’d expected, and, to her surprise, she’s falling for him. Torn between the deep feelings she still has for Lucas and her growing ones for Cole, she knows she must choose a path.
As she drifts further away from her family and closer to her dream of being sponsored, a terrible accident threatens any semblance of peace and happiness she has left. Instead of closing herself off to the people she loves, Emmy must learn to rely on those she has pushed away if she’s going to have any chance of picking up where she left off before the accident.
7. Interlude (3) (A Love, Lucas Novel)
Author: by Chantele Sedgwick
This book, fitting into the same niche as John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars and Jennifer Niven’s All the Bright Places, will be a must-read for those fans.” School Library JournalWhen Mia Cox finds out she can’t donate her kidney to save her younger sister’s life, she doesn’t hesitate to jump on a plane to New York, convinced she can talk their estranged birth mother, Carmen, into donating hers instead.
She doesn’t know the city or how she’ll find Carmen when she gets there, but she has to try. If she doesn’t, Maddy’s going to die. On the cross-country flight, Mia figures she’ll have more than enough time to make a plan for when she landswhere she’ll go, where she’ll sleep, what she’ll eat.
But then she falls into an embarrassing conversation with the cute boy sitting next to her, and only after she insults him does she realize he’s the one and only Jaxton Scott, the troubled lead singer of a famous rock band she hates.
While Mia is running toward what she hopes is a cure for her sister, Jax is running away from his rockstar life. As the hours pass, they get to know each other, and she finds herself opening up to him like she never has to anyone.
8. Bull Rider
Author: by Suzanne Morgan Williams
All it takes is eight seconds … Cam O’Mara, grandson and younger brother of bull-riding champions, is not interested in partaking in the family sport. Cam is a skateboarder, and perfecting his tricksfrontside flips, 360smeans everything until his older brother, Ben, comes home from Iraq, paralyzed from a brain injury.
What would make a skateboarder take a different kind of ride? And what would get him on a monstrosity of a bull named Ugly? If Cam can stay on for the requisite eight seconds, could the $15,000 prize bring hope and a future for his big brother?
9. Drift: Nissan Skyline (Turbocharged)
Author: by Patrick Jones
The great thing about drifting, thinks Kekoa, is that it’s more about skill than expensive parts. That’s good for him. Since his mom left him on the island with his grandma, his Nissan Skyline 350 is all he has to his name.
Life is the opposite for Billy Cain, who can buy his way into or out of anything. But when Billy’s antics threaten the few things Kekoa cares about, they’ll put it to the test: does skill or money win out when it comes to wheels, winding mountain roads, honor, and love?
Includes real tech specs and tuning details for the Nissan Skyline 350!
10. Kick Start (Orca Sports)
Author: by Michele Martin Bossley
When Mitch Harding makes an impulse buy, he really goes big. He spends his entire savings on a wrecked dirt bike after witnessing a rider crash it at an Endurocross race. He is now the proud owner of a used bike, one that needs a lot of work.
With the help of his uncle, an ex-pro rider, and new friend Kelsey, a championship rider herself, they get the bike up and running. But a bet with the previous owner threatens to strip Mitch of his hard-earned vehicle. Whoever wins the next race gets to keep the bike.
Mitch is determined to win. But partway through the race he discovers Kelsey lying on the trail, her bike on its side. With serious injuries and no way to get help, Kelsey has no choice but to ride out. But as Mitch and Kelsey push to get off the mountain, the path to safety gets more complicated.
Author: by Timothy M. Tays
Sully has issues.For starters, the best high-school miler on the face of the planet lives just across the road from him, his father lost his video store and now wants to bond, his mother has conversations with the TV, and the only girl that likes him is three-feet tall.
Oh, and the ex-con living down the street is out for revenge. Yet Sully is supposed to be the “crazy” one.
12. Between Heaven and Earth (Seven (the Series), 1)
Author: by Eric Walters
DJ is David McLean’s eldest grandson, so it stands to reason that he be the one to scatter his beloved grandfather’s ashes. At least that’s how DJ sees it. He’s always been the best at everythingsports, school, looking after his fatherless familyso climbing Kilimanjaro is just another thing he’ll accomplish almost effortlessly.
Or so he thinks, until he arrives in Tanzania and everything starts to go wrong. He’s detained at immigration, he gets robbed, his climbing group includes an old lady and he gets stuck with the first ever female porter. Forced to go polepole (slowly), DJ finds out the hard way that youth, fitness level and drive have nothing to do with success on the mountainor in life.
DJ’s adventures start in Jungle Land, part of The Seven Prequels and continue in Sleeper, part of The Seven Sequels.
Author: by Fonda Lee
Flux (August 17, 2016)
August 17, 2016
A rising star in the weightless combat sport of zeroboxing, Carr the Raptor Luka dreams of winning the championship title. Recognizing his talent, the Zero Gravity Fighting Association assigns Risha, an ambitious and beautiful Martian colonist, to be his brandhelma personal marketing strategist.
It isn’t long before she’s made Carr into a popular celebrity and stolen his heart along the way. As his fame grows, Carr becomes an inspirational hero on Earth, a once-great planet that’s fallen into the shadow of its more prosperous colonies.
But when Carr discovers a far-reaching criminal scheme, he becomes the keeper of a devastating secret. Not only will his choices put everything he cares about in jeopardy, but they may also spill the violence from the sports arena into the solar system.
Praise: 2016 Top Ten Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers A superior sci-fi outing. Kirkus Reviews Lee’s debut novel is an intense, smart, and action-packed read. VOYA “This gripping sci-fi novel will have teens screaming for a sequel.”School Library Journal “This is a strong debut from Lee, combining brutal, visceral athletic scenes with science fiction action, all woven around a complex moral dilemma.”Publishers Weekly “A thought-provoking read.”Booklist “This book will keep students on the edge of their seat.”School Library Connection
14. Finding Mighty
Author: by Sheela Chari
Along the train lines north of New York City, twelve-year-old neighbors Myla and Peter search for the link between Myla’s necklace and the disappearance of Peter’s brother, Randall. Thrown into a world of parkour, graffiti, and diamond-smuggling, Myla and Peter encounter a band of thugs who are after the same thing as Randall.
Can Myla and Peter find Randall before it’s too late, and their shared family secrets threaten to destroy them all? Drawing on urban art forms and local history, Finding Mighty is a mystery that explores the nature of art and the unbreakable bonds of family.
15. Fierce as the Wind
Author: by Tara Wilson Redd
Heartbreak pushes one Hawaiian girl to find her strongest self in this authentic and emotional story of personal transformation that’s perfect for fans of The Running Dream. When Miho’s boyfriend breaks up with her without warning, all she can see is red-the color of blinding fury and pain, and the color of the fire she sets in an oil drum on the beach, burning every scrap of their memories.
It’s spring of senior year in Oahu, and while her friends are getting ready for college, Miho’s deep in her misery, delivering pizzas on her bike. But then inspiration strikes: she’ll do a triathlon. The training is brutal for a girl who has never even run a mile-though she can bike and swim.
With the constant support of her friends and her dad, Miho digs deep to find just how fierce her determination is and how many obstacles she can overcome. Acclaimed author Tara Wilson Redd explores the intersections of race and class, and heartbreak and hope, with authentic honesty.