Best Books for Teenage Girls. As an adolescent, with our hormones skyrocketing, we need adventure, and adrenaline and just simply a great deal of thrill. And when we run out of some cool movies, it’s the books that make us feel glad to be alive.
So what do teens prefer? Everything exhilarating, let it be crime, drama, fantasy or fiction. In order to never let your enthusiastic teenage craze dull down or disappear, you need to read material that captures you within its grip and won’t let you escape its unusual magic. So here are some cool and confining ideas to have a great time reading these books created for teenagers.
Best and Popular Teen Fiction Books
Let’s start with the best fiction book of 2016! What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours by Helen Oyeyemi is our favorite book of the year and any teenager is surely going to love it. It features a total of 9 stories and all of them are truly magical but also heart touching.
#10 – The Selection – Kiera Cass (Fantasy, Young-adult Fiction)
The Selection is an epic 2012 young-adult fiction novel written by the supreme Kiera Cass. Critically it has been acclaimed as being filled with intrigue, curiosity and romance.
#9 – Vampire Academy – Richelle Mead (Paranormal Romance)
If you love stories about vampires then this is a must read. Vampire Academy is an American best selling novel based on paranormal romance, fiction and mystery. It is a serious of six mesmerizing series of novels by the Author Richelle Mead.
#8 – Looking for Alaska – John Green (Young-adult Fiction)
Not only is Looking for Alaska, the first novel by John Green but it also has been nominated and won the Michael L. Printz Award from the American library association. The story revolves around a capturing and hauntingly beatific journey in the search of Alaska.
#7 – Tuck Everlasting – Natalie Babbitt (Romance Novel)
Tuck Everlasting is an unusually unique romance novel with pure young-adult fiction. The plot portrays the concept of immorality which may not be as desiring or worthy as it may seem to many.
#6 – Eleanor and Park – Rainbow Rowell (Young-adult Fiction)
Eleanor and Park is also the first novel written by Rainbow Rowell. The story artistically includes two different narratives of Eleanor and Park – a novel aspect in literature. Eleanor and Park are sort of two misfits living in Omaha, Nebraska.
#5 – Sugar Rush – Julie Burchill (Teen Fiction)
Sugar Rush is the first novel by Burchill – aimed merely at the teenage youth. It reflects the character development of Kim Lewis as she is forced to leave her high school and unwilling comes to attending a local comprehensive one.
#4 – Thirteen Reasons Why – Jay Asher (Young-adult Fiction)
Thirteen Reasons Why is a classic young-adult fiction novel by Asher. Has sold over one million copies world-wide and is held close to hearts and souls everywhere across the world.
#3 – Thirteen Little Blue Envelopes – Maureen Johnson (Novel)
Thirteen little blue envelopes by Johnson is a unique piece of realistic fiction. The plot sketches the adventurous journey of an awesome young women across all Europe with a little help from short letters left to her by her aunt.
#2 – The Confessions of a Shopaholic – Sophie Kinsella (Novel)
Sophie Kinsella in this comic, romantic and fictitious novel has drawn the character of a smart, opinionated yet reckless girl who masters the art of excessive shopping while being broke. If you too are a shopaholic then do check out Preppy Brands for Women-Top 10 Brands Every girl Must Know to Shop
#1 – The Gossip Girls Series – Cecily Won (Novel)
Gossip Girls is all about friendship, love and fun of gossiping.