|Favorite book:||Looking for Alaska, by John Green, Paper Towns, by John Green, Thirteen Reasons Why, by Jay Asher, If I Stay, by Gayle Forman, Sisters Red, by Jackson Pearce|
|Member Since:||Feb 11, 2011|
Novel by MichaelAudit
Posted: Feb 11, 2011
Chris Ranson has spent his life loving Kenya Clark from...
Tags:death, life, suicide, memories, teen, young adult, memory, bullying, remembering, fragments, is there a life after death
I am interested in Young Adult literature and most of my favorite books involve some form of death. (I AM NOT EMO, OKAY? I AM IN FACT THE OPPOSITE!!!!)
I like these books because of the way they can relate to anyone and everyone, because nearly every single person in the world has lost someone until we are all finding ourselves wondering where that person is, if there really is a heaven or if we just made that up to comfort death (NOTE: I do believe there is a heaven).
I chose many of these questions to have my novel-in-progress Fragments of Kenya Clark revolve around because at some point in our lives we all seem to wonder.
Some books I REALLY want to read are:
1.) The Little Prince
2.) The Catcher in the Rye
3.) The Great Gatsby
4.) Where She Went (the sequel to If I Stay, it comes out in APRIL!!!)
5.) Hate List
Hopefully, in time, this list will shrink and my favorite book list will grow.
If you are looking for an AMAZING author, I strongly suggest John Green's work.
Here are John Green's books (#1 is my favorite of his, #4 my least favorite, but they're ALL amazing!!!)
1.) Looking for Alaska
2.) Paper Towns
3.) An Abundance of Katherines
4.) Will Grayson, Will Grayson