My Top 5 Favorite Realistic Contemporary YA Books

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is Top Ten ALL TIME Favorite Books Of X Genre. I decided on realistic contemporary because I thought it would be easier than picking through my favorite sci-fi or fantasy stories, especially since genre lines are more easily blurred and be constantly questioning which genre it really was, so I wanted to make it clear-cut. However, this meant less options that I love, and I want to change that, so please comment with your fave contemporary YA books!

5. Don’t Touch by Rachel M. Wilson

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My review of Don’t Touch

4. The Last Time We Say Goodbye by Cynthia Hand

gr-thelasttimeMy mini review of The Last Time We Say Goodbye

3. On The Fence by Kasie Westgr-onthefenceMy mini review of On The Fence

2. The Fixer Novels by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

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My mini review of The Fixer//My mini review of The Long Game

1. The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord

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AKA the most perfect YA contemporary that there is.

My mini review of The Start of Me and You//Bookish Wedding Inspiration for The Start of Me and You

Tell me your favorite YA realistic contemporary! Have you read any of my faves? 

12 thoughts on “My Top 5 Favorite Realistic Contemporary YA Books

    • The Fixer and The Long Game both really surprised me quite a few times! The Last Time We Say Goodbye is a super compelling book about the aftermath of a loved one’s suicide and definitely a worthwhile read.

  1. I don’t usually read contemporary so I have not read any of these unfortunately! I know my library has The Fixer so maybe I will get to it someday. I will have to get back to you on my contemporary favorites. I can’t think of any off the top of my head!

    • Well there’s a reason I only have 5 listed! I’ve been trying to read more though. I think you would enjoy The Fixer and I also recommend The Start of Me and You to almost everyone!

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