With three best-sellers, a screenplay, and a graphic novel in the works, Rainbow Rowell is proof the past doesn’t actually have to repeat itself.
A romantic drama about young cancer patients doesn’t seem like it would spur the same fanaticism as The Hunger Games, but The Fault in Our Stars — in particular, John Green, who wrote the YA best-seller — is proof that teenage feelings are special effects too.
True life: People think I’m a teen based on my Goodreads account.
Recapture all of that youthful wonder.
Because we all NEED to know who would play Charles Wallace.
Whether you’re actually a young adult or not, these books captivated us in 2013. Ranked in no particular order.
You’re guaranteed to have the most creative costume, especially since everyone else will probably go as sexy nurses or naughty school girls.
No matter how old you are, these gems are wise beyond their targeted age group.
These writers know that being a hero isn’t about gender and that gals are just as powerful, smart, flawed, and awesome as guys. So grab a sword, summon your magic, and get ready to fight evil.
We had so many crazy adventures as kids… and all of them while hiding under the covers with a flashlight after bedtime.
It’s like your Pinterest account and your bookshelf combined. Originally posted on Epic Reads.