Here is a list of A – Z Books for Young Adults that I really like. I hope you will enjoy some of these, also! There is a wide range of topics and genres here, so hopefully, you can find something that interests you.
A – After by Amy Efaw – Wow. This book stays with you. Pretty sure your thoughts on this topic were set in your mind. See if this changes them!
B – Birthmarked Trilogy by Carah M. O’Brien – Sort of a futuristic historical story of a young girl who takes on the powers that be.
C – The Compound by S. A. Bodeen THE go-to book for boys (and girls) who do not like to read. Gets them every time!
D – The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart – You just can’t go wrong with any E. Lockhart book!
E – Education of Bet by Lauren Baratz-Logsted – Very good historical fiction.
F – Far From You by Lisa Schroeder – Novel in verse. This was my first of its kind and I have read all of her books since.
G – The Giver (Series) by Lois Lowry – A classic book that is about to FINALLY be a movie! Everyone should read this book!
H – Hate List by Jennifer Brown – Think you know about school shootings? Read this!
I – I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson – A cute, easy to read book for younger YA’s.
J – Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton – Yes, the book is even better than the movie. As usual!
K – The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness – Once you get used to the writing style, you begin to really pull for the characters you meet here!
L – Light a Single Candle by Beverly Butler – Life without eyesight, but wonderful insight!
M – The Maze Runner by James Dashner – Sci-fi meets dystopia meets horror.
N – Notes From the Midnight Driver by Jordan Sonnenblick – Laugh out loud funny!
O – Out of the Easy by Rutya Sepetys – Runner up for my all time favorite book! There is no way to say enough about how wonderful I think this book is!
P – Princess of the Midnight Ball (Series) by Jessica Day George – Retelling of old fairy tales. Wonderful books!
Q – Quidditch Through the Ages by J.K. Rowling – Harry Potter, need I say more?
R – Reason to Breathe (Trilogy) by Rebecca Donovan – Heart-wrenching series.
S – Stolen by Lucy Christopher – This, like several others, makes you take a look at both sides of an issue.
T – The Tragedy Paper by Elizabeth LaBan – All around awesome book!! Keeps you in the dark and strikes with a deadly blow!
U – Unwind (Trilogy) by Neal Shusterman – A very unsettling issue. Turns a current day topic on its ear and makes you think hard about the beliefs of others and possibly yourself.
V – Voices of Dragons by Carrie Vaughn Sci-fi/Fantasy. Made me want a dragon!
W – What Happened to Cass McBride by Gail Giles – The books written by Gail Giles always make you look at issues from more than one angle. A little scary, but very thought-provoking.
X – Xenocide (Ender Series) by Orson Scott Card – The Ender series is sci-fi futurism and is a really good series for guys and girls alike!
Y – The Year My Sister Got Lucky by Aimee Friedman – Coming of age and taking control of your life.
Z – Zoo by James Patterson Sci-fi at Patterson’s best!
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