Top Ten Tuesday: YA Realistic Fiction of 2014

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week, you make a list of ten books surrounding a certain topic.This week I’m going to give you a Top 10 of the realistic young adult fiction I’ve read in 2014. I am making a Top 14 of 2014, which will be up on January 1st, 2015. Let’s get into the books!

I didn’t put them in any particular order 🙂

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  1. Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson
  2. Being Sloane Jacobs by Lauren Morrill
  3. Isla and the Happily Ever After (Anna and the French Kiss #3) by Stephanie Perkins
  4. Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma
  5. Schizo by Nic Sheff

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  1. Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour
  2. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before #1) by Jenny Han
  3. Panic (Panic #1) by Lauren Oliver
  4. Truly, Madly, Deadly by Hannah Jayne
  5. Vain (The Seven Deadly #1) by Fisher Amelie

This is my Top 10 for this week. Have you made one? You can share the link in the comments below, I’d love to read it!

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31 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: YA Realistic Fiction of 2014

  1. The only book I’ve read from your list is Panic and I didn’t like it too much 😦 I LOVE Lauren Oliver so maybe I had just set my expectations too high? I’ll definitely be adding more of the books on your list to my TBR though 🙂 Fab, fab list.

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  2. I’ve read none of these, which means I have some homework to do! I really only tried contemporary YA this year, so some will have to be added to the TBR.

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  3. I haven’t read any of these books but many of them are on my to-be-read list! I definitely need to read something by Jenny Han in the new year since all of her books are on my tbr!

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    • Yes to Jenny Han! Especially her To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Although I would recommend reading it close to the release date of the sequel because when I finished it I screamed “WHAT! It can’t end like this!”

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  4. I’m incredibly intrigued by Schizo. I hadn’t seen it around before, but I agree with you it’s important and incredible that books are being written about mental illness for young adults! It looks like you’ve had a great reading year! 🙂

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  5. I just bought Shizo for my library so I am glad to see it on a list. I haven’t read any of the books you’ve listed but many are very popular in the library.

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