Hey Book worms !! The times are depressing and the many of the countries are facing a lock-down . Life has come to a standstill and we all are getting bored from just sitting at home and not going out, and we are probably watching a lot of Netflix right now. This situation is however is an excellent opportunity to read . I recently presented some light-hearted and fluffy YA Contemporaries . So here are my list of books which I missed in the previous post but would like to recommend . Let’s begin without much ado –

Fangirl – Rainbow Rowell is one of my favorite author and just gobble anything she writes . One of my FAVORITE books of all time .I just happen to love the author’s writing and the characters. Fangirl introduced me to the world of Fanfiction and I was floored.

Geekerella – A Cinderella spin-off!! Does it need any more introduction , I don’t think so . The title explains it all .The book has the charm and magic of Cinderella along with all it’s nerdiness and Geekiness. 

Everything Everything “Just Because You Can’t Experience Everything Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t Experience Anything.” Well to begin with this is one of my favorite young adult books of all times. The writing is simplistic, too simplistic. Nicola Yoon’s writing style is superb and so captivating. Madeline and Olly will live on in my mini heart always.

I Believe in a thing called Love YA and with huge pinch of Korean influence. Maurene Goo has incorporated a lot of information about Korean culture: television, language, food, etc., in the conversations in the book . K-dramas helped Desi find her true love and what could more do I ask .

Field Notes On Love- It is a story of two teens deciding what to do in their life . The story is adorable and so cute and fluffy . Hugo and Mae had such a great chemistry and adorable in every ways especially Hugo. I love Jennifer E. Smith’s style of writing, there’s everything that I need: lovely flowing style of writing, sense of humor, believable characters, warmth, love and moral on the things that are most important in life.

Simon vs Homosapiens Agenda- Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli is a coming-of-age story about Simon, a not-quite-out-of-the-closet gay teenager, who has a secret crush on someone he meets online. This book was just SO CUTE. Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda was so freaking sweet and adorable and entertaining. It was an absolute pleasure to read.

I hope you guys are safe and well and enjoyed this post . Have you read any of these of books ? Have you read about them ? What do you think ? Do you have any other recommendations for me ? Let me know in the comments section .

52 thoughts on “YA Contemporaries to uplift your mood in Lockdown [Recommendations] pt.2

  1. Thanks for the recommendations! I’m about to download an audiobook by Rainbow Rowell – Carry On. Have you read it? And I remember seeing Everything, Everything out there but I’d forgotten about it. Just put a hold on the eBook at our library. 🙂

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  2. Geekerella is such a cute book that I feel didn’t get enough love! I’m definitely going to pick up some more of Poston’s books to get me through this quarantine 🙂

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