Forever Young Adult — for YA readers who are a little less Y and a bit more A. Persnickety Snark: Top 100 YA Titles 2010. Voting began in May of this year, well over 700 people volunteered their choices and we finally have the book deemed to be the best YA novel.
Voila... #1 The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (2008) [1257 points - 23 #1s, 36 #2s, 25 #3s, 29 #4s, 23 #5s, 8 #6s, 16 #7s, 11 #8s, 7 #9s, 11 #10s] "I have not felt this excited about a book in such a long time, it is one of the most amazing books I have ever read. " Amber Reed, Librarian "I recently read this, but it has become one of the best dystopian books I have ever read in a young adult manner. "This book gives new meaning to gripping. "It is epic! "I was skeptical about this because I'm not really into sci-fi, but I don't think I've ever read a book as fast as I did this one. "Collins has the ability to write a story that keeps you intensely interested the entire way through. "Gore! "What an exciting take on dystopian futures. Seven hundred and thirty five people volunteered their ten favourite YA novel titles of all time. ULTIMATE TEEN READING LIST.
The Book Smugglers. The Sweet Bookshelf. The Book Bug: Books For Teens and Tweens. So Many Books, So Little Time. I Want To Read That. Persnickety Snark. "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it's too dark to read." - Groucho Marx. Teen Book Review. Reviewing SF & YA since 2008. Frenetic Reader. Steph Su Reads. Angieville. The Crooked Bookshelf. Forever Young Adult — for YA readers who are a little less Y and a bit more A.