We can say that teen books are no longer just for teenagers, but can be read by all generations. Stories from teenage books can be instructive and very interesting, with their plots and fascinating stories. We have made a shortlist of the top 5 best five books, although the choice of this type is very wide and you can always find what interests you!
“The Harry Potter Series” by J.K Rowling
Of course, the Harry Potter series comes first! The adventures of the boy wizard, Harry Potter, and his friends Hermione and Ron, at Hogwarts School, are something that has bought the whole world. This is a story for both teen and adults, and for anyone ready to disappear from this real world for a moment and sail a little into the imagination and some other world. Forever number one on all lists!
“The Perks of Being a Wallflower” by Stephen Chbosky
Charlie is a freshman. He is not the biggest geek in the school, but also he is not popular. Shy, introspective, intelligent beyond his years yet socially awkward, he is a wallflower, caught between trying to live his life and trying to run from it. This is a book that will move every, at least a little sensitive, reader’s soul. In addition, it abounds in colorful characters in which we can very easily recognize ourselves and the people around us.
“The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green
Despite a medical miracle that reduced the tumor and bought her a few more years of life, Hazel has always been in the terminal phase of the disease – her last chapter was written immediately with the diagnosis. But then Augustus Waters appeared in the Support Group, and her story was rewritten. This is a very emotional story that saddens everyone.
“The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas
Sixteen-year-old teen, Star, lives torn between two worlds: the poor and notorious neighborhood where she was born, where she lives with her family, and a fancy high school in a wealthy suburb, where her parents enrolled her to get her out of it. That balance she seeks disappears when she witnesses the murder of her friend. A very interesting teenage story that is read in one breath.
“Looking for Alaska” by John Green
Miles is not a freak; he is quite an ordinary, introverted guy, insecure because he is tall and thin. He meets Alaska Young, a beautiful, weird but also emotionally unstable girl. A powerful story about the life of young people, a story about life and death, about the struggles that every teenager has – with himself, with friends, with authorities, and the past.