5 Books for the Reluctant [YA Fiction] Reader

I promise you, young adult fiction is not only vampires and gossip and dystopian landscapes.

For the uninititate, I propose you begin here:






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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

12 thoughts on “5 Books for the Reluctant [YA Fiction] Reader

  1. I have read and loved three of these: The Book Thief, The Sky Is Everywhere and The Fault in Our Stars; all such beautiful books – if I had more than ten picks these would all have made my list. The other two are books I still really want to read, I’ve had The Scorpio Races sitting on my bookshelf for about two years now, will have to get around to reading that soon. My TTT.

  2. Can I choose the book Thief as my first novel ? As I heard that it is lyrical so will I able to understand it ? If not this from which book should I start (I can’t afford to buy series so plz don’t suggest series novels )

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