Librarian's choice: teen fiction of the decade

Published on 29 January 2020

Young Adult fiction has gone from strength to strength in the past ten years. Our amazing librarians have picked out their favourite books of the decade. 
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The 5th Wave, Rick Yancy
Saint Anything, Sarah Dessen
Kingdom of Ash, Sarah J. Maas
The Outcast, Taran Matharu
Sorcery of Thorns, Margaret Rogerson


Throne of Glass, Sarah J Maas
Etiquette and Espionage, Gail Carriger
Six of Crows, Leigh Bardugo
Passenger, Alexandra Bracken
Nocturna, Maya Motayne


The Night Circus, Erin Morgernstern
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, Jesse Andrews
Fangirl, Rainbow Rowell
More than This, Patrick Ness
The How & the Why, Cynthia Hand


The Darkest Minds, Alexandra Bracken
The Novice, Taran Matharu
Akarnae, Lynette Noni
Scarlet, A.C. Gaughen 
Heir of the Night, Helen Lowe


Children of blood and bone, Tomi Adeyemi
A monster calls, Patrick Ness
La belle sauvage, Philip Pullman
The 57 bus : a true story of two teenagers and the crime that changed their lives, Dashka Slater
The lie tree, Francis Hardinge


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