If you’re an avid reader, you’re probably finding it tough to pick which book to read next right about now. Don’t worry! Here’s a list of 10 Young Adult novels for you.

A lot of people in today’s era prefer movies over books. It is as though books have become a thing of past and lost their importance. However, Young Adult novels have always been in fashion among book readers. They are engaging not only for teenagers but for everyone who wants to read them. From dystopian sagas to romance stories about finding first love, there’s something to catch everyone’s fancy. Anyway, you can thank us because we are updating your virtual actual or library with the best collection of YA books.

Check these 10 YA novels you can read right away:

1. One of Us is Lying by M Mcmanus
This book is basically Gossip Girl, The Breakfast Club, and Murder on the Orient Express all mixed into one.

2. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
The plot of this book is a romantic tragedy where a girl finds new ways to live from a boy who intends to die.

3. The Book Thief by Markus Zasuk
A young orphan named Liesel, understands the horrors of Nazi regime during the time of Hitler.

4. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
The rebellious nature of Scout will keep you engrossed in the book until it finishes.

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Number 5 out of 6 of my #fivestarrereadalong. I really got into this one and ended up loving it, but… ? . . . To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee If you’re in the mood for something: reflective, dark, emotional, slow-paced Strong character development? ✅ Loveable characters? ✅ Diverse cast of characters? ❌ Flaws of main characters centre-stage? ✅ 4.5 ⭐️ . . . Why? I really enjoyed revisiting To Kill A Mockingbird and meeting these characters once again, fifteen years after I first studied the book at school. Of course, being a lot older, and no longer a teenager, meant I had a deeper appreciation for Harper Lee's message and the story certainly tugged at my heartstrings. Lee writes the children characters so well that, although I wouldn't call this a funny book, I did find myself chuckling from time to time at certain turns of phrase, and reading about Scout and Jem's reasoning about the world around them as they grew up was so heartwarming. And what a pleasure it was to meet Atticus again. That man! ? . . . Occasionally, I found the book a little too slow or dense, and there were times when I'd lose concentration and have to reread small passages. Despite that, this is certainly a classic that I'll be recommending to everyone. . . . Final book of this challenge to come. The Secret History. I often refer to it as one of my all-time faves. We’ll see. ?

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5. The Catcher in the Rye, J.D Salinger
Another English classic about a rebellion named Caulfield.

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"I'd never yell "Good luck!" at anybody. It sounds terrible when you think about it" ✨ Today we start our Spring Break family vacation, yay! The best part for me is the long drive, I can just sit and relax with my book for hours. This time I chose to bring The Catcher in the Rye. I've just started reading and I really like it so far, even Holden. He is really interesting, so looking forward to getting to know him better. Have you met him? What do you think of him? ✨ . #roadtrip #readinginthecar #holden #bookstogo #catcherintherye #jdsalinger #currentlyreading #whatiamreading #springbreak #bookish #bookishlove #booklover #reader #fortheloveofreading #fortheloveofbooks #bibliophile #bookworm #allthebooks #igreader #instabooks #bookstagram #bookstagrammer

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6. The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas
A novel about the differences of race and economic background and how it affects an individual.

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"Sometimes you can do everything right and things will still go wrong. The key is to never stop doing right." . . What I liked: *I really like reading a book from a point-of-view that I can't speak from. It truly helps in understanding what others are thinking. *@angiethomas provides a balance in this book of how all of us, no matter what our skin color is, can be guilty of judging others by their skin color. . . What would have made it better: *I felt there should have been more time spent on what happened when Starr was interviewed on tv and when she was interviewed by the Grand Jury. I would have liked to have known Starr's thoughts during these events. . . #thehateyougive #thehateyougivebook #booksofinstagram #booklover #thug #thuglife #racism #books #yabooks #yabookstagram #bookstagram #angiethomas #yareading

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7. The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky
This novel is a heartfelt story about an introverted boy who adjusts himself among the crowd

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Hello and welcome to my bookstagram. I’m currently battling tsundoku,wish me luck ??. One of my goals this year is to read more books(about time I opened my pile of unread books). This is my first read so far? but better late than never. I have never set a reading goal,so I want to see how many books I will read by the end of the year. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #bookaddict #bookclub #bookcommunity #bookfeature #bookgram #tsundoku #bibliophile#perksofbeingawallflowerbook #bookishlove #booklover #booknerd #booksbooksbooks #booksofig #bookstagramfeature #bookstagrammer #bookworm #bookwormlife #bookwormsfeature #bookwormsunite #epicreads #featuredbooklovers #goodreads #igreads #littlebookworm #prettybooks #readersofinstagram #readingismagic #unitedbookstagram #newbookstagram

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8. Harry Potter series
From witchcraft and wizardry to family and friendship, this series is for everyone.

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Goblet of Fire House Editions! ⚡️ Comment your house ❤️??? BELOW! . A few weekends ago I was part of a magical event held by @kwikspellco to celebrate the release of @bloomsburypublishing new Goblet of Fire Editions! ? They are released today and can be purchased from all good book sellers! Each one has its unique cover and you can swipe to see the Ravenclaw one! I got to be a part of Rodney’s magical surprise and I can’t wait for you all to see his incredible video! To be released soon! ✨ . . . #harrypotter #bloomsbury #gryffindor #hufflepuff #slytherin #ravenclaw #bookstagram #hogwartshouses #fleurdelacour #cedricdiggory #viktorkrum #hogwartsschoolofwitchcraftandwizardry #harrypotterbooks #jkrowling #hp #currentlyreading #hufflepuffpride #slytherinpride #ravenclawpride #gryffindorpride #harrypotterbook #gobletoffire

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9. Simon vs. Homo Sapiens Age by Becky Albertalli
An engaging story about a homosexual boy called Simon and what happens to him when he gets blackmailed by his classmate.

10. The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo
A 15-year-old girl who struggles her way with boys and her curves.

Happy Reading!