Novels for New Adults

Whether they are young adult or adult fiction, these titles appeal to the 18-25 crowd:

Dangerous Angels    by Francesca Lia Black

The Life of Pi    by Yann Martel

The Perks of Being a Wallflower   by Stephen Chbosky

The Boy I Loved Before   by Jenny Colgan

Not My Daughter    by Barbara Delinsky

Pact:  A Love Story    by Jodi Picoult

The Last Song   by Nicholas Sparks

All Loves Excelling   by Josiah Bunting

Silver Star   by Jeannette Wells

Babyji    by Abha Dawesar

Birds of Paradise    by Diana Abu-Jaber

Easy    by Tammara Webber

Something Like Normal    by Trish Doller

Where She Went     by Gayle Forman

The Treachery of Beautiful Things    by Ruth Frances Long

Tempest    by Julie Cross

Ivy    by Julie Hearn

Bass Ackwards and Belly Up    by Elizabeth Craft

We’ll Always Have Summer   by Jenny Han

Midsummer’s Nightmare    by Kody Keplinger

Wanderlove    by Kristen Hubbard

The Disenchantments    by Nina LaCour

Truth About Forever   by Sarah Dessen

Two Way Street    by Lauren Barnholdt

Sorority Sisters   by Claudia Welch

All the Right Stuff    by Walter Dean Myers

Penelope    by Rebecca Harrington

Heaven Should Fall     by Rebecca Coleman

Lucky Fools    by Coert Voorhees

I Know It’s Over    by C.K. Kelly Martin

Sloppy Firsts:  A Jessica Darling Novel    by Megan McCafferty

Small Damages     by Beth Kephart

Such a Rush    by Jennifer Echols

Invincible Summer     by Hannah Moskowitz

Paper Towns    by John Green

An Off Year     by Claire Zulkey

Someday This Pain Will Be Useful For You     by Peter Cameron

Jane    by April Lindner

Cum Laude    by Cecily VonZiegesar

Racing California     by Janet Nichols Lynch

One Good Friend Deserves Another   by Lisa Verge Higgins

Saving Ruth    by Zoe Fishman

In Between Days    by Andrew Porter

One For the Money      by Janet Evanovich

Confessions of a Shopaholic      by Sophie Kinsella

How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents     by Julia Alvarez

In the Band        by Jean Haus

Left Drowning     by Jessica Park

Leading Man    by Benjamin Svetkey

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