Books·Posted on 17 Dec 201925 Books From Your Teen Years That'll Make You Incredibly NostalgicFlashbacks to reading Vampire Academy and being Team Dimitri or Adrian.by Isha BassiPost WriterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead Razorbill Nostalgic moment: Declaring allegiance to either Dimitri or Adrian, depending on who you stanned more. 2. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins Scholastic Press Nostalgic moment: Seeing everyone at school plait their hair like Katniss Everdeen, as well as getting into fights over people who were Team Gale when they clearly should have been Team Peta. 3. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak Pan Macmillan Australia, Alfred A. Knopf Nostalgic moment: Being assigned this book in English and completely writing it off...until you read it and fell in love with the characters and storyline. 4. The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot MacMillan Children's Books, HarperCollins Nostalgic moment: Remembering the OG covers and titles which correlated to the book number — like Third Time Lucky, Six Appeal and Seventh Heaven. 5. Twilight by Stephanie Meyer Little, Brown and Company Nostalgic moment: Writing risqué fan fiction on Wattpad after eagerly devouring the entire book. 6. On The Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta Penguin Australia, Harper Teen Nostalgic moment: Being confused by the back-and-forth storyline until everything clicked and you understood the significance of Taylor's story. 7. Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging by Louise Rennison Harper Collins, Harper Teen Nostalgic moment: Smuggling this book home in your library bag because you didn't want your mum to see the title and get suspicious. 8. Paper Towns by John Green Speak, Bloomsbury Nostalgic moment: Being slightly disappointed in the ending and declaring it your second favourite John Green book behind Looking For Alaska. 9. The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare Margaret K. McElderry Books Nostalgic moment: Counting down the days until it would be March because that's when a new instalment in the series would come out. 10. Uglies by Scott Westerfeld Simon Pulse Nostalgic moment: Being spooked while reading this because the plot felt a little too realistic. 11. The Maze Runner by James Dashner Delacorte Press, Chicken House Nostalgic moment: Being super into dystopian YA books after The Hunger Games, which meant reading The Maze Runner, of course. 12. Fallen by Lauren Kate Delacorte Press Nostalgic moment: Secretly loving Fallen, even though everyone else called it a rip-off of Twilight because they were so similar. 13. Percy Jackson and the Lighting Thief by Rick Riordan Puffin, Disney Hyperion Nostalgic moment: Actually paying attention in History class because for once you were interested in the happenings of Ancient Greece. 14. Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepherd HarperCollins Publishers, HarperTeen Nostalgic moment: Thinking that this series would never end because they kept releasing book, after book, after book. Oh, but that doesn't mean you weren't hooked — even if the storyline was a liiitlle crazy. 15. If I Stay by Gayle Forman Dutton Books, Speak Nostalgic moment: Getting to the very last page, tears streaming down your face, thinking, "No, that's it??? I NEED MORE." 16. Tomorrow, When The War Began by John Marsden Pan Macmillan Australia Nostalgic moment: Going to the library and borrowing the entire series because it was so good and addictive. 17. Eragon by Christopher Paolini Alfred A. Knopf Nostalgic moment: Having all your childlike fantasies of mythical creatures and owning a dragon come alive again. 18. Airhead by Meg Cabot MacMillan Children's Books Nostalgic moment: Getting sucked into ANOTHER Meg Cabot series and honestly, you weren't mad about it. 19. Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta Viking Australia, Walker Books Nostalgic moment: Not being prepared for the absolute emotional lump in your throat you felt for the characters, especially Froi. 20. Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey Allen & Unwin Nostalgic moment: Thinking this book was overhyped because everyone kept calling it an Australian To Kill A Mockingbird. That was until you read it and realised how good and important the story is. 21. Just Shocking! by Andy Griffiths Scholastic Nostalgic moment: Giggling over the illustrations with your best mate while you were in class and trying not to get caught by your teacher. 22. Does My Head Look Big In This? by Randa Abdel-Fattah Pan Australia, Scholastic Nostalgic moment: Picking up this book randomly in the library and falling in love with the strength of the main character. 23. The Host by Stephanie Meyer Little, Brown And Company, Back Bay Books Nostalgic moment: Lining up outside Dymocks to get your hands on a copy of The Host. And then once you got it, you felt very ~mature~ because it was a book written for ~adults~. 24. Ranger's Apprentice by John Flanagan Random House, Puffin Books Nostalgic moment: Getting annoyed at Evanlyn, especially since YOU were in love with Will. Oh, and you loved Halt because you knew he was a big softie that was always looking out for Will's best interests. 25. Crocodile Tears by Anthony Horowitz Walker Books Nostalgic moment: Growing up with and becoming a dedicated fan of the Alex Rider series.