YA Books for Adults: A List

After a recent article on the rise of YA book sales among adults, Flavorpill put together a top ten list of books for teens that will appeal to adult readers. I’ve read a number of books on the list, and thought it was well curated–a nice mix of contemporary titles (like Going Bovine, which I really should read soon) and ones that I remember reading when I was younger, like The Witch from Blackbird Pond and Catherine Called Birdy. The only pick I wasn’t a fan of was Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, but then again, that’s because I’m a curmudgeon.

Here’s the link.

Thoughts, anyone?


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