Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week we will talk about the 10 books we would recommend to someone who does not read YA books. Click on the covers to check them out on goodreads!
The Hunger Games is a book that will appeal to both male and female audiences. It is just fabulously fantastic! I don't think I've met anyone yet who DOESN'T like this book. This is what really drew me into my passion for the YA genre!
Really, I could say ANY of Ellen Hopkins' books. I chose this one, because I think it is one that everyone can relate to. Everybody has felt the need to be "perfect" at one time or another, and has realized they can't always live up to that.
Thirteen Reasons Why really opened my eyes to how deeply someone can be impacted by hurtful words. The way this story was told was so unique and interesting, and touching at the same time.
Like Thirteen Reasons Why, Before I Fall really shows how bullying can really affect someone's life. It is also told in a very unique way, that really makes the point hit home, in my opinion.
Divergent reminded me a bit of Hunger Games. I think that this one also appeals to both genders - it is full of action and excitement.
I have recommended this one many times. In fact, I bought it for a friend for Christmas, I loved it so much. I NEVER though I'd read and enjoy zombie books until this one. The whole trilogy is AMAZING!
LOVED it! So romantic! I'll take Revenants over vampires ANY day of the week!
The Adoration of Jenna Fox was among the first YA books I read once jumping back into the genre. It was a really interesting take on dystopian society.
Again - completely original! A polygamist dystopian society where everyone dies by age 20-25? Who wouldn't want to read that?