Welcome to the internationally recognized month of love, book nerds! If ever you need some reading inspo, may we introduce you to the Year of Epic Reads? Speaking of all our bookish friends, and speaking of the month of love, can we talk real quick about something WE love? We love love. Especially in our fave books with our favorite characters. These two have absolutely stolen our hearts—and yes, we went there. Seattle, Dorothy spent her life learning the art of the con. What more can you ask for? At the Medio School for Girls, distinguished young women are trained for one of two roles in their polarized society. Both paths promise a life of comfort and luxury, far from the frequent political uprisings of the lower class.
Young adult literature, or YA, has been having a moment for years now, since the rise of series like Divergent , and standalone books like The Fault in Our Stars. They can help teenagers to work through tough situations, such as coming out or grief. And above all, they can be entertaining.
In previous books like The Statistical Improbability of Love at First Sight , Smith has proven herself an author who expertly meshes the magical feelings of young love with the truthful realities of anyone doing some growing up. In The Glittering Court trilogy , Mead the author of the Vampire Academy series turns her formidable pen from vampires and urban fantasy to a wealthy kingdom in the New World. She chooses a mark named Grant Elliott to get her there, offering to work as his spy associate. The crackling chemistry and the setting make for beyond-compelling escapist fare. The problem? After all, her first love ended tragically. She can build a carburetor. She was a 5-year-old CPR expert. Sibling rivalry and royalty: The stage is set for a divine romantic comedy, no? The boarding school where Prince Edward, the next heir to the British throne, happens to be a student.
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Skip navigation! Some might say that the very existence of the category "YA romance novels" is redundant. Don't all YA novels fall under the category of romance? After all, romantic elements figure heavily into most YA novels. Even while barely surviving the extremely violent dystopia of The Hunger Games , Katniss Everdeen has time to ponder a love triangle.
And that makes sense. The teen years are when many people experience a whole new set of feelings for the first time. It would be like eating pizza, after years of having cheese and bread separately. You'd be like, wow — pizza is all I want to talk about.
Why are people talking about taxes, when they could be talking about pizza? Why would I read presidential biographies , when I could read about pizza? Yes, that is what love is like when you're a teenager. But it would false to proclaim all YA books were romances. Some books, like the ones in this round-up, are more concerned with love than others No matter what anyone says, The Hunger Games is not a romance novel. These books will plunge you into the big, exploratory questions of the teen years, and make you a more empathetic adult in the process.
Relive what it feels like to be 16 — you know you kind of want to. It is available in paperbac. On August 6, , the world was hit with an overwhelming loss with the passing of Toni Morrison. The Nobel laureate was more than just an author; she was. Chidera Eggerue is more than comfortable with being alone. This year, we loved he. Jessica Simpson gets very real in her new memoir, Open Book, talking about everything from her struggles with addiction to body image issues and her rocky.