As YA May continues, we have a great YA reading recommendation from book blogger Abby Fairbrother today, plus two more from some real YOUNG ADULTS themselves! Thanks guys!
1) 13 Minutes by Sarah Pinborough
I found this book dark, intriguing & very suspenseful. Once I reached halfway through the book, I already felt the writer had delivered with a fantastic story & characters, but that is when the real plot really began unravelling.
I think the novel really taps into the complex mindset of teenagers very well and show that ultimately it’s a very fragile time in a person’s life. I read the novel in forty eight hours and before I even put the book down, my daughter Daisy snatched it and escaped to her room, where she read it in a day.
This is the first novel myself & my daughter read together and it was interesting to find that we both took a different angle on the characters. This is really a 10* review, as we both gave it 5*!
Check out Abby’s Q & A on her blog with author Sarah Pinborough, HERE.
2) Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman
My 19 year old brother loved this book as it tackles the issues of race but in a race reversal as such.
3) The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon
My 14 year old daughter loves The Bone Season as she found she completely immersed herself in a whole other world. (I think they are similar to Divergent-type novels).
BIO: Abby Fairbrother is a book blogger and YA enthusiast. Check out her book blog, HERE and follow her on Twitter as @annebonnybook.
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