What are the best recommended YA fiction books?

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    #1Blue Moon (The Immortals)

    Blue Moon (The Immortals)

    Blue Moon is a fantasy fiction novel written by Alyson Noël and it was originally published in July 2009 by the St. Martin's Press. This book belongs to the author's The Immortals series. It was preceded by Evermore.


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    Jose Gomez
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "Not for me. I was hoping the second book would be better than the first and it was not. Evermore was just a better book, but still not great. My lack of enthusiasm for the series will mean I'm ending my journey here. Shadowland will be a pass for me. "
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    #2The Hollow

    The Hollow

    The Hollow is a young adult paranormal romance fantasy fiction and the first book in the series written by Jessica Verday. It is published in 2009 by Simon Pulse. 


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    Jonathan Berry
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "The Hollow is a young adult novel filled with fantasy and romance, this book is the first in its series and is a recommended for all young romance enthusiast."
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    #3Shiver (Wolves of Mercy Falls)

    Shiver (Wolves of Mercy Falls)
    Shiver, the first book in Maggie Stiefvater's Wolves of Mercy Falls series, is about Grace and her affection for a yellow-eyed wolf who only appears during the cold days of winter, and a yellow-eyed boy who only appears in the summer.

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    Kathryn Roberts
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "If your teens enjoyed the Twilight series, they will probably like this one too. While this is about a wolf and human, rather than a vampire and human, it still has a lot of similarities."
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    An anorexic Lia Overbrook harms herself after finding out that her best friend Cassie died of bulimia. She blames herself for not being with Cassie during the time she needed her the most and the idea to live becomes even more difficult for her.


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    Humberto Rendón
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "Wintergirls is a very good YA fiction book. It is well written and has fully developed characters. This book takes you on a ride of emotions. Overall, I really enjoyed reading this. I think you will to. Give it a shot and you wil not be disappointed."
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    #5The Hunger Games

    The Hunger Games

    The Hunger Games is the first novel of The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins which centers on Katniss Everdeen who volunteers as tribute to replace her younger sister in a game televised and ruled by a dictatorial government.


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    Bryan Lee
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "The Hunger Games is a really captivating story. It's a captivating tale of emergence that also shows young adults how not to run a society. It's a story with a good message, I think. It's also not too long for such an epic story, coming in at 384 pages. You can get it done in a few days if you focus."
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    #6The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

    Bruno returns home after a school day in the Berlin of 1942, when he discovers that his family should move to another house close to a tall fence where he can see strange people in the distance. Bruno discovers there a desolate place where he'll make a friendship, with devastating consequences. 


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    Patricia Greene
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "I love the read recommended YA fiction books. My favorite right now is The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. It's a really cool book about Bruno, who comes home after school in 1942 Berlin. He finds out his family needs to move to another house close by where he can see weird people. He finds friendship, but with awful consequences. It's a really involving and emotional book. Highly recommended!"
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    #7Mockingjay (The Hunger Games)

    Mockingjay (The Hunger Games)

    Mockingjay is the third installment in The Hunger Games Trilogy written by Suzanne Collins. It is the final chapter of Katniss Everdeen in her revolution against the capitol as she serves to be the rebels' Mockingjay.


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    Donna Arnold
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "I have read many trilogies that completely let me down in book three, but The Hunger Games is not one of them. Mockingjay is different than the first two books in the series, but it is a logical next step in the story and a fitting final chapter. Definitely recommend all the books in the series as fantastic YA fiction!"
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    #8A Midsummer's Nightmare

    A Midsummer's Nightmare

    Whitley Johnson is having problems fitting in with her new family: she had to move with his father's fiancées family, and if the country life wasn't enough, the biggest son of his new mother was his one-night stand from her graduation night.  


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    Jordan Rose
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I wouldn't describe this one as a young adult book. It has some mature content in it, including sex, drugs, and depression. Overall the book was great, but this topic doesn't fit it. "
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    #9Hush, Hush

    Hush, Hush

    Nora Grey is a smart and good girl and that against all odds, falls for Patch, a classmate with a questionable past. The attraction between the both of them gets stronger as days go by, but his mysterious past makes Nora feel insecure about completely falling for him.


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    Anthony Montgomery
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "Hush, Hush is a great book and you should definitely read it!"
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    #10Lucky Star

    Lucky Star

    Lucky Star is a fiction novel written by Cathy Cassidy and it was first published in 2007 by Puffin Books. This book tells the story of two teenagers - Mouse and Cat - who met by chance.


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    #11Angel Cake

    Angel Cake

    Angel Cake is a young adult fiction novel written by Cathy Cassidy and it was first published in 2009 by Puffin Books. This book follows the story of Anya - a girl dreaming of a new life until she met Dan.


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    Olivia Ellis
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "I needed to get the best recommended YA fiction books since I love young adult fiction. I found Angel Cake. My friend recommended it to me. It's a book by Cathy Cassidy about the story of Anya. Anya is a girl who dreams of a new life. She meets Dan and things change. Her world is thrown upside down, but in a good way. Love this book! Highly recommended!"
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    #12Catching Fire (The Hunger Games)

    Catching Fire (The Hunger Games)
    There is civil unrest in the districts, and the Capitol is getting tired of quelling these disturbances. In Catching Fire, the Capitol sends a chilling message to the districts to remind them of who is really in charge.

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    Denise Dean
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "I think this is a really good book and it is definitely one of the best YA fiction books. This book kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. I never got tired of that book or the series in general."
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    #13My Love Lies Bleeding (The Drake Chronicles)

    My Love Lies Bleeding (The Drake Chronicles)
    My Love Lies Bleeding is the first book in the series Dark Chronicles. The novel revolves around the only daughter of the Blake family. She is the only female born vampire known to their kind and she possess a threat that scares the vampire queen. 

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    Hannah Alvarado
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "This book is about a teenage vampire. This is a good fiction about one vampire out to kill another. If reading about vampires is your thing, then yes, this book is for you. This books is all about vampires."
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    #14Marina (Nomadas) (Spanish Edition)

    Marina (Nomadas) (Spanish Edition)

    Marina is a mystery/fantasy book written by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. Originally published in 1999, Marina by Edebe, Marina focuses on the adventures of Marina Marchetti.


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    Billy Bryant
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "i love reading fiction books"
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    #15Darkest Hour (The Mediator)

    Darkest Hour (The Mediator)

    Darkest Hour is a young adult fiction novel written by Meg Cabot and it was first published in December 2001 by Pocket Books. This book belongs to Cabot's The Mediator series. It was followed by Haunted in 2003.


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    Ao Zou
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "This was a really interesting work of young adult fiction. I found the plot fascinating and would enjoy reading more books in this series. I enjoyed the supernatural aspects of the book and it was fun to read and added a unique plot to the genre."
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    #16The One That I Want

    The One That I Want

    The One That I Want is a standalone young adult romance novel written by Jennifer Echols which centers on the life of Gemma Van Cleve who is aspiring to be a majorette. 


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    Arjun Bose
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "Jennifer Echols tries to deliver a young adult novel that would hit the hearts of many. The One That I want, aspired to do that as many on the saturated market. I have to admit, I have a guilty pleasure in picking up these novels and going in on it from time to time. I tried to give this one a read but I just couldn't get into it. I didn't particularly care about the characters and I was just not invested at all in their lives. Maybe I've grown a bit jaded and a bit cynical from the countless of stories akin to this one, but The One That I want just didn't hit home for me. Maybe it's time I take a break from these and shift my focus elsewhere, but for now I'm pretty lukewarm about this book."


Best What are the best recommended YA fiction books
1Blue Moon (The Immortals)Books 54 Paid
2The HollowBooks 44 Paid
3Shiver (Wolves of Mercy Falls)Books 42 Paid
4WintergirlsBooks 35 Paid
5The Hunger GamesBooks 33 Paid
6The Boy in the Striped PajamasBooks 31 Paid
7Mockingjay (The Hunger Games)Books 21 Paid
8A Midsummer's NightmareBooks 17 Paid
9Hush, HushBooks 17 Paid
10Lucky StarBooks 15 Paid

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