10. The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins. I ended up really loving this series but it took a while for me to actually pick it up. Kids killing each other for rich people’s entertainment? It didn’t sound like something I would enjoy. So wrong.
9. Harry Potter – JK Rowling. I was reading James Patterson and John Grisham when this series first came out so at first, it felt like it would be taking a step backward. Then I decided not to care and fell in love.
8. Twilight – Stephanie Meyer. I was pretty sure this wouldn’t be my kind of thing but caved to peer pressure. I should have stayed strong but I did like the supporting characters.
7. Shutter – Courtney Alameda. I can do scary books but this cover was terrifying and I’m still surprised I picked it up. No regrets though.
6. The Fault in our Stars – John Green. I was late to the John Green party but teens with cancer didn’t sound like the more upbeat stuff I was reading at the time. Now I’m all about the heartbreak books.
5. My Lady Jane – Ashton, Hand, Meadows. Usually I’m very picky about my historical so a book that inserted so much comedy and paranormal elements, I was very unsure. But I loved it.
4. Leave Me – Gayle Forman. I don’t read adult books that often, even when it’s authors that write YA, but I did this time.
3. Ginny Moon – Benjamin Ludwig. And this time too. So good!
2. Vampire Academy – Richelle Mead. With how over vampires I was before picking this one, I’m still surprised I did actually read it. But I flew through the series plus its spin-off.
- Fifty Shades of Grey – EL James. Still not quite sure why I did.