Okay so I have read a lot of books. Thank goodness for the local library, that keeps me up to my ears in literature. But sadly after reading the entirety of my local library young adult section I am running out, if you could suggest any good books I would be very grateful.
The best books I have found that you really should read are-
Paper towns- John Green
Looking for Alaska- John Green
Gone- Michael Grant
Poison study- Maria V. Snyder
The Declaration- Gemma Malley
Noughts and crosses- Malorie Blackman
Inside out- Maria V. Snyder
Could you suggest any books for me to read? I would really appreciate it.
I just read a brilliant piece of teen fiction (written by a seventeen year old guy!)
Grow Up by Ben Brooks
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll get very confused and, finally, you'll understand life. :)
Haha, I've also read literally all the YA books that my local library carries. After the librarians turned out to be fairly unhelpful with suggesting new books for me, I turned to the internet. Typically, my go-to source for new books is Goodreads. Apart from being amazing in a million other ways, the listopia features allows you to view a compilation list of the best user-voted books in a huge range of categories. There's a fairly comprehensive YA list, which is always my first port of call for what to read next :D
But you could also try those lists of YA novels released in 2011, or featuring romance or even vampires, if that's what floats your boat.
(Not sure if you have to be a member of goodreads to see these lists or not. But if you're not a member, sign up! They're currently working on a personalised recommendation system which is looking just amazing :D)