The best young adult books
Who said young adult books were just for young adults? According to an oft-cited study from Publisher's Weekly , over half of YA readers are adults. Though they typically focus on teenage characters, YA literature holds an undeniable appeal for adults— perhaps because the fundamentals of life don't change all that much. You go through these cycles and experience the same things over and over again," popular YA author Jenny Han tells OprahMag. Han's To All the Boys trilogy , a hit among teenagers and grown-ups alike , demonstrates the wide popularity of the genre.
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These YA Books Should Be on Every Adult’s Reading List
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YA literature has been one of the most consistently popular book genres for years. Also makes you wonder if this system of categorizing books by target audience is dumb to begin with. This is great for fans of suspense. We know, we know It follows a gay teenager, Simon, who gets blackmailed by one of his classmates. The story is authentic and touching.
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The Best YA Books That Adults Will Enjoy, Too
Here are the books that left an impact on us throughout the last 10 years. While all of us read a lot of YA novels in the last decade, it was extremely difficult to choose our top picks. However, here are the books that left an impact on us. Why we love it so much: Told from the perspectives of Will Grayson 1 and will grayson 2 , this story explores the lives of young teens and what it means to love, live, and learn to be comfortable in your own skin.
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