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Top Ten Books I'd Give To Readers Who Have Never Read YA Contemporary
I almost feel like I'm cheating with this one, since I talk about these books quite a bit. YA contemporary is by far my favorite, and it has been for a while. Unless you detest contemporary, I really suggest jumping in with these.
If someone is looking for a sweet fun contemporary read, this is one of my favorites. The characters are just so engaging and it's so well written. It's not high literature, but it's still a great book.
This is contemporary, but is it also historical? Gosh I hope not. Either way, it's a great story, about some great characters. Every character is so well written and it's such a compelling read.
A heartbreaking story, but also so wonderfully written. Make sure you bring a tissue. While there is romance, amongst other things, there is so much more to this story.
Another book to make sure you have your tissues for. This is one of the most memorable books I've read. Yes, it may not be considered completely contemporary, but I chose to believe that it is. With the movie coming out this Friday, read it before you see it.
Just a wonderfully sweet love story, with some wonderful secondary characters. I just adore this book.
This is one of those books that just stays with you. I read it for the first time years ago, and I think of it often. It's such a great discussion on women's sexuality, that I still contemplate.
Breathtakingly beautiful. Also very disturbing. I think this should be a must read for everyone. The writing is amazing, and the way the story was written, completely unique.
I loved this book. While other books have dealt with the idea of the path not taken, be what happens if you are a little late, or make a different decision, this one did it so well. Another book that is so much more than a simple love story.
I don't know if it's possible for me to have a list, and not have a Sarah Dessen book on it. I don't know if I can rest until everyone has read this book. This one gets into the idea of love, and trusting someone enough to take the chance on love.