I meant something like John Green's The Fault In Our Stars. Though I do love dystopian fiction that is also YA like Cinder, which is really good. It sort of depends on how well-written it is.I really like fantasy, too, but not the happy-little-fairies kind of stuff. The more serious kinds of magic-related books appeal to me. (Haha, this was one of the reasons why I'm interested in AF).
Shakespeare is great, too. (Even if he does occasionally have happy-little-fairies, but the language more than makes up for it).
Young adult as a genre- hmm. Do you mean stereotypical young adult (like vampire romances, dystopian fiction, basically what most teenagers are expected to be reading) or something different? Or just YA in general?
I enjoy serious, realistic books like The Elegance of the Hedgehog, and also well-written romances, like Jane Austen.
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