Book 15: Anything Could Happen by Will Walton

I will not say this adds to the YA fiction world, but it is a great addition to add to the masses. There is no new concept, there is no new plot, but there is the true voice of a teenager shining through..

Book 14: Heartless by Marissa Meyer

This is a story of love, loss, whimsy, darkness, and biggest of all: fate.

Book 11: More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera

Adam Silvera slices neatly and with precision through this entire book. Slowly opening this wound in your chest. Then, he rips it open, tears out your heart, and laughs maniacally in the background.

Book 10: See How They Run by Ally Carter

I still don’t know if I liked it or if the ending just gave me an adrenaline rush. It was one of those books that you think about putting down from the beginning, but the story keeps drawing you in.