2017 New Adult Reading Challenge: Book Recommendations (4)


Hey guys! As you know, this year I’m doing the 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge, created by the amazing Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too, and because I’ve read some amazing NA books last year, I thought that I could recommend some to you that fit in the Book Bingo from the challenge.

Today I’ll focus these 5 topics:

16. Book set in the summer
17. Book you knew nothing about
18. A re-read
19. Book about a road trip
20. Book recommendation

All books here are books I’ve read and really really liked. Click on the names of the books to be redirected to my review of said book.

Recommendations 1-5Recommendations 6-10 | Recommendations 11-15


Not as easy as I thought it would be…

More Than Comics
Love on the Ledge
How Not to Fall
Finding London


I knew nothing about these books when I started them.

The Matchmaker’s Playbook
Being Brooke
Loud is How I Love You
Wasted Words
Feel Me Break


I want to re-read these books this year!

Ugly Love
Royally Screwed


So not easy…

Stay Until We Break
Chasing Crazy
More Than Distance


Books that have been recommended to me in the past, and that I loved.

You and Everything After
The Score
Maybe Someday
Hold My Breath

Next week I’ll post the last 5 categories. Have you read these books? What did you think of them?

12 thoughts on “2017 New Adult Reading Challenge: Book Recommendations (4)

  1. Cate says:

    Wonderful post! I hadn’t heard of this challenge. I must sign up. As much as I love NA books, I’m sad to say most of these I haven’t read. I think I need to get on that 🙂

  2. anovelglimpse says:

    I can’t decide if I want to re-read Ugly Love or The Deal. That will be my dilemma for this challenge. I love that you’re giving us examples. I will be going back to these posts when I need to fill in some Bingo spots!

  3. nevillegirl says:

    I’ve read Fangirl before! Haha, I’ve been meaning to read it soon as well, mostly because I’m in college now just like Cath and so I’m curious to see how well the author’s portrayal of an anxious, writerly college student lines up with my own experience of that. 🙂

    Lovely post!

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