Do you read New Adult or Young Adult fiction?

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Re: Do you read New Adult or Young Adult fiction?

Post by blossomjin » 15 Aug 2018, 21:36

I do enjoy quite a bit of NA fiction myself, but the one fault I do find with it is that they mainly focus on romance. I'm a big fan of the romance genre, but all in all the YA umbrella offers a lot more variety. This lack of diversity may be because NA fiction is still a relatively new genre. I remember reading books which fell under the NA definition even before the genre had a name.

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Post by TGreg02 » 16 Aug 2018, 01:58

I love reading Young Adult books from our local library and also in our own collection at home.
I haven't actually heard of the term New Adult before. I enjoy reading Young Adult books since they are quick and easy to read. Some adult books are a bit harder to concentrate on when I'm consistently interrupted.

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Post by dianaterrado » 10 Sep 2018, 10:22

I read both but YA more than NA.

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Post by bookdragon7 » 15 Sep 2018, 18:00

I just recently heard about this "new adult" fiction and I would definitely be willing to give it a try. I am a huge fan of young adult fiction. It's one of my favorite genres. But I would love to read some from this new genre. Any recommendations?

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