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New Adult fiction bridges the gap between Young Adult and Adult genres. It typically features protagonists between the ages of 18 and 30.
The genre tends to focus on issues prevalent in the young adult genre as well as focusing on issues experienced by individuals between the area of childhood and adulthood, such as leaving home for university and getting a job.
New adult is typically considered a subcategory of adult literature rather than young adult literature.
I'm not the target audience for new adult but considering I still read picture books, I figured I'd go for it. There are several levels but I'm going for . . . level 1 . . . and hope to read 1-10 books that fit.
Any format, length is not listed, reviews aren't necessary. Any sub-genre of new adult is acceptable. You can make a list but you don't need to stick to it. You can move up a level but not down. (well, I can't get more down ;-) but maybe I'll move up)
~ Book Read ~The Road Home by Elsa Winters, Brad Vance
Shiny! by Amy Lane
Do-over by Amy Lane
The Magicians by Lev Grossman
own - Divergent by Veronica Roth
Lucas by Jay McLean (Preston Brothers)
Consolation Prize by Linda Kage
Blow by Heidi McLaughlin (Virtuous Paradox)
Hold My Breath by Ginger Scott
The Red Scot by Twyla Turner (A Curvy Girls Club novel)
The 12 Dares of Christmas by Leigh W. Stuart
Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire (Beautiful #2)
Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire (Beautiful #1)
own - Outing the Quarterback by Tara Lain
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