Hey everyone! Thank you so much for clicking on my article. I'd like to share five YA books I read this year with everyone, because I know that there will be plenty of you who would enjoy these books just as much as I did! Let's get started! :)


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This one is honestly one of my favourite books I have ever read. It's funny, realistic and emotional at times with a great (!!!!) conclusion. I just love everything about this book. Defenitely a must read when you love contemporary novels.

I make a promise to myself: I will be stronger than my sadness.


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This book is one of a duology (at this moment) and is very similar to the Hunger Games. The big difference is that in this contest, the contestants go voluntary and all get Pandora's, which are animal-like robots to help them win the contest. I really enjoyed this book and even though it was really similar to THG in the beginning, during the first book it started to drift apart more and more. The second book was nothing like THG at all, so I'd like to say the books get better every chapter!

He's my Pandora, and I am his contender.


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This book gave me ALL the feels; I cried, I laughed, my heart felt like breaking but then there were so many heartwarming moments as well. I loved everything about it. That's really all I can say about it before I will accidentally start spoiling everything, lol!

You can tell your story any way you damn well please. It's your solo.


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Where do I start? I love everything about this book. I know I've said it about every other book as well but damn, this book is amazing. If you're familiar with Nicola Yoon, you might have read 'Everything, Everything' or seen the movie. I can honestly say I enjoyed TSIAAS ten times more than EE, and I loved EE.

People spend their whole lives looking for love. Poems and songs and entire novels are written about it. But how can you trust something that can end as suddenly as it begins?


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I am aware these books are quite popular, but they're so worth the mention! I must admit I've read Anna and the French Kiss about a year ago. I loved everything about it; it was a little cliche but just so heartwarming and such a feel good book, I couldn't help but adore it. The other two books in the trilogy, 'Lola and the boy next door' and 'Isla and the happily ever after', were on my reading list for this year and they did not dissapoint! I've read both books in the same day, I just couldn't stop reading. I liked Isla's story a little better than Lola's, but both stories were just as heartwarming as Anna's story is. Whenever I feel sad I reread one of these books and it makes me feel lots better. If you're a sucker for romantic contemporary novels, this is a must read!

Is it possible for home to be a person, not a place?

Thank you for reading this!! Let me know if you'd like me to make more articles about books (or any other topic really)! :)

x anne