Books I Love: Young Adults

Continuing on with the Books I Love. I realized when I was writing the one about Adult books that I had so many Books I Love for all ages. So I split them up. Next post will be for Children.

YOUNG ADULTS

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The Future of Us by Jay Asher. I read this in January of 2012 and while I can’t remember specifically why I loved it, I did love it. My Goodreads review says, “I am so addicted. This is a read in one sitting book. It was amazing. I love the 1990s references & the making fun of Facebook. Amazing!” You may recognize Jay Asher as the author of Th1rteen R3asons Why.

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Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier. I read this book in July of 2011 so again, don’t remember a lot. Just a note, this is a trilogy so don’t read it if you don’t want to have to follow up. Having said that, I did not follow up. I only read the first one. I definitely enjoyed it. And the cover is to die for.

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Wonder by R.J. Palacio (my review!). I loved this book so much. It has wonderful characters and you feel for all of them even though some are considered good and some are supposedly bad. It also has a great message about making friends and bullying without being blatantly preachy. Could be Children & YA.

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We were Liars by E. Lockhart (my review!) is a fairly new book. It’s also pretty original in its writing. Do not read ahead. I repeat: DO NOT read ahead. I did. And it was horrible.

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4 responses to “Books I Love: Young Adults

  1. Wonder is one of my favourite books!

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