Five Most Popular Novels for Teens– Read this Summer.
Summer spree is all set and so are the guys and girls to hook up their souls to novel-reading. There are some trending novels getting on to every teens’ nerves, seeming relatable to them and aspiring their thoughts. Here are some of the books you would love to have on your shelves as a teenager.
1.) The fault in our stars
The love story of Hazel grace and Augustus waters interrupted by cancer makes the story an adorable reading piece by the author John Green for teens to explore the world with a positive attitude even after a sad ending. It also talks about the journey of a cancer patient dealing with the world and getting rollercoasters that sometimes only go up. Many teens have found the romantic turns of story alluring and hence love for this novel. It’s most talked about novel that the teens seem to have their interests upon.
2.) Looking for Alaska
Again a book by John Green pulls down adolescents’ imagination. The plot is Miles Halter is tired of his predictable and friendless life, so he decides to attend Culver Creek boarding school in Alabama for his junior year of high school and further wanders to seek for a ‘Great perhaps’ as he thinks there is something of it for him. The ride of finding is an adventurous one making every teen wander about their ‘Great perhaps’.
3.) Perks of being a wallflower
A book by Stephen Chbosky seems to glow imaginations and bring a good perception of life to many. It is a novel based upon the life of a teenage guy, Charlie, an introvert and naive boy who’s portrayed as a wallflower being everyone’s sweet turnout to in misery but he himself is trying to get over from his first love, the suicide of his best friend, and his own mental illness while struggling to find a group of people with whom he belongs. The journey leads you to a sweet ending wherein Charlie is finally set to live with the hope that things are okay and if not, they’ll surely be okay tomorrow.
Twilight is another one to hold place in young adult fantasy novels. The fiction is based upon a love story with a vampire. This imaginative light in the story has been thrown by the author Stephenie Meyer which gathered great audience to get so many fans of the Twilight series. The romantic part is also something attracting the youngsters’ attention and interest about the impractical love story, still holding its purity to essence.
5.) The Catcher in the Rye
The author of the book is J. D. Salinger and the protagonist is Holden Caulfield who is undergoing treatment in a mental hospital or sanatorium. He brings back his instances and showcases his depressed state of mind. It is about grieving his life and not fitting in the stage of adulthood. That’s another plot to turn up in young hearts.
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