20(ish) Books For Readers Who are 20(ish) // A List of NA Books Written in the YA Style

A long time ago okay, it wasn’t that long ago in a galaxy far, far away well…maybe Japan isn’t THAT far away I wrote a post about why I read YA as a 20-something adult. In it I complained about rationally discussed how the New Adult category has become a space almost exclusively for erotica. And while I’m in no way trying to bash people who like that kind of stuff – you do you, man – those books are simply not my cup of apple juice, capeesh? (“Capeesh” is such a funny word. I should use it more often. It makes me sound like a jaded detective or a hardened policewoman … now I want donuts).

Even after I clicked the “publish” button for that article, there was this annoying corner of my mind – the one that consistently refuses to shut up (especially when I’m trying to sleep) – that kept on nagging me. “Where are all the 20-something-year-old MCs who aren’t having crazy sex?” it asked. “They have to exist, right?” it prodded.

I was positive that these characters, these books, must exist somewhere out there in the great void. It was just a matter of finding them. So, I packed my bags with the essentials and set out on a loooooooooong journey, with only the thought of my noble quest to keep me going. Finally, FINALLY, after eons of traveling, it was with a weak, war-torn body that I completed the lengthy pilgrimage from my kitchen to the desk where I keep my laptop (and thus the internet).

If you’re thinking this is all just an elaborate excuse for me to include a LOTR GIF, you would be right.

Okay, so maybe my search wasn’t as tough as all that, but I did open my laptop and traverse through the never-ending plains of the internet to compile this list for you all. I even reached out to some of my friends over on le Twitter for help: (Side Note: everything sounds so much more fancy when you put the word “le” in front of it, don’t you think?)

The response I got was overwhelming, and I just want to take a moment to thank all of you who replied and gave me suggestions. Sadly, I wasn’t able to include every recommended book on this list, but if you are interested in finding out more, go check out all the wonderful replies in the original tweet.

Now, I know that many of the books listed here are not classified as New Adult; in fact, many of them are officially marketed as YA or Adult. But I feel like the titles I included fit the New Adult criteria of “featuring protagonists between the ages of 18 and 25 with the cap at 30ish” and “focusing on issues experienced by individuals between the area of childhood and adulthood, such as leaving home for university and getting a job.” Hopefully you will agree with my choices.

Actual footage of me hoping that you agree with my recommendations.

Here’s a bit of a final disclaimer for you: of the books mentioned on this list, I have only read a measly two, and as such, I cannot entirely vouch for the content of each and every novel. That being said, I have researched each book to the best of my ability and many of them have even been recommended to me by readers like you. BUT if you feel that I have made a mistake in my classification, please let me know! Research can only take me so far without actually having read the book (and I do plan on reading ALL of these books one day when I have the time).

Anyway, without further ado, I present to you: THE LISTTTT.

I bet you’re thinking something like, “FINALLY!!!! Gosh Kat, stop talking so much. I just came here for the book recs.”

✨Summaries taken from Goodreads✨

Contemporary

180 Seconds by Jessica Park

What would happen if you were lumped together with a complete stranger for 180 seconds? Would it be awkward? Would sparks fly? This is exactly what college student Allison Dennis is about to find out. Unexpectedly roped into a social experiment off-campus, Allison is seated opposite of Esben Baylor, a dreamy social media star, and what happens next catches them both by surprise.


A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall

Have you ever wished those two people who obviously like each other would just get together already? That’s how every👏 single 👏 person 👏in this book feels. Told from fourteen different perspectives – all of which are not the main characters – A Little Something Different follows two college students in the same Creative Writing class as they try and figure out their feelings for one another.


Again, But Better by Christine Riccio

Shane has been doing college all wrong. Pre-med, stellar grades, and happy parents…sounds ideal – but Shane’s made zero friends, goes home every weekend, and romance…what’s that? Her life has been dorm, dining hall, class, repeat. Time’s a ticking, and she needs a change — and there’s nothing like moving to a new country to really mix things up. When Shane signs up for a semester abroad in London, she’s determined to right all of her college mistakes: make friends, pursue boys, and find adventure!


Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

Alex Stern is a 20-year-old California high school dropout with a criminal past. She doesn’t think her life is going anywhere fast, when suddenly a mysterious offer from Yale University appears almost magically. All Alex has to do in return? Monitor all of Yale’s secret societies, who engage in sinister occult activities. No biggie.


The Art of Shifting Gears by Chi Yu Rodriguez

Rae de los Santos was en route to a perfect adult life. She knew what to major in, she knew what career path she was going to pursue, and she knew who was going to be with her every step of the way – until her seamless journey made a turn for the unimaginable and skidded to a stop. With new obstacles in her way, can Rae make it through her junior year in college without crashing and burning?


Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Cath and her twin sister, Wren, have always been inseparable. But now that they’re going to college, Cath is on her own, completely outside of her comfort zone. She’s got a surly roommate, a fiction-writing professor who thinks fan fiction is the end of the civilized world, and she can’t stop worrying about her dad. For Cath, the question is: Can she do this? Can she make it without Wren holding her hand? Is she ready to start living her own life? Writing her own stories?


Bucket List to Love by C.P. Santi

Aya Contreras is thrilled to be studying in the land of sakura and sushi. Tokyo is a fascinating city to live in—vending machines, cosplayers, karaoke boxes, and bright, colorful conbinis on every corner. And the architectural design program she’s in is everything she dreamed it to be.
The only problem? Her tutor doesn’t seem to like her. And when their professor pairs them up for a design competition, things get . . . interesting.


Flight Season by Marie Marquardt

When Vivi returns home from her first year away at college, her big plans land her in the heart ward of a university hospital together with the ambitious TJ, who wants to become a nurse. They are facing a long and painful summer together – three months of glorified babysitting for Ángel, the problem patient on the hall. Sure, Ángel may be suffering from a life-threatening heart infection, but that doesn’t make him any less of a pain.


We Are Still Tornadoes by Michael Kun & Susan Mullen

It’s the summer of 1982, and for Scott and Cath, everything is about to change.

Growing up across the street from each other, Scott and Cath have been best friends for most of their lives. Now they’ve graduated high school, and Cath is off to college while Scott stays at home trying to get his band off the ground. Neither of them realized that their first year after high school would be so hard.


Finding Felicity by Stacey Kade

Caroline Sands has never been good at making friends, so when her parents get divorced and she’s forced to move across country, she fabricates a new, glamorous life for herself based on an old TV show called Felicity. But now it’s time for Caroline to go off to college and she wants nothing more than to leave her old “life” behind and build something real. Will Caroline be able to make friends of the nonfictional variety and thrive in a new environment?


Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann

Alice had her whole summer planned. Non-stop all-you-can-eat buffets while marathoning her favorite TV shows (best friends totally included) with the smallest dash of adulting–working at the library to pay her share of the rent. The only thing she didn’t have planned was Takumi. When her blissful summer takes an unexpected turn, and Takumi becomes her knight with a shiny library employee badge (close enough), Alice has to decide if she’s willing to risk their friendship for a love that might not be reciprocated—or understood.


Smothered by Autumn Chiklis

Eloise “Lou” Hansen is graduating from Columbia University summa cum laude, and she’s ready to conquer the world. Just a few minor problems: she has no job, no prospects, and she’s moving back into her childhood bedroom. Shelly “Mama Shell” Hansen, on the other hand, is ecstatic, and just as determined to keep her at home. Who else will help her hide her latest binge-shopping purchases from her husband, go to SoulCycle with her, and hold her hand during Botox shots?


Now and Again by Jennifer Ellison

Unemployed. Broke. Maid of Honor. All (unfortunately) words that describe Em Hayes. Without any job leads in San Francisco, Em caves to her mother’s promise of free rent and returns home. Her best friend, Nikki, couldn’t be more thrilled. Em’s degree in Event Management is gathering dust, and what better way to put it to use than planning Nikki’s wedding? There’s just one flaw in that plan: Cole Connors. The girls’ former roommate. And part of the reason Em hasn’t been back since college graduation.


Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi

Penny Lee is a college freshman studying how to become a writer. Sam works at a café and sleeps there too, using an empty storage space as his makeshift room. When Sam and Penny cross paths, it’s a collision of unbearable awkwardness. Still, they swap numbers and stay in touch—via text—and soon become digitally inseparable, sharing their deepest anxieties and secret dreams without the humiliating weirdness of having to see each other.


Cinder & Ella by Kelly Oram

It’s been almost a year since eighteen-year-old Ella Rodriguez was in a car accident that left her crippled, scarred, and without a mother. After a very difficult recovery, she’s been forced into her absent father’s custody. If Ella wants to escape her awful new stepfamily, she must convince her doctors that she’s capable of living on her own. The problem is, she’s not ready yet. The only way she can think of to start healing is by reconnecting with her anonymous Internet best friend, Cinder.


Sci-Fi & Fantasy

An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green

Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May stumbles across a giant sculpture. Delighted by its appearance and craftsmanship–like a ten-foot-tall Transformer wearing a suit of samurai armor–April and her friend Andy make a video with it, which Andy uploads to YouTube. The next day April wakes up to a viral video and a new life.


Last Call at the Nightshade Lounge by Paul Krueger

College grad Bailey Chen has a few demons: no job, no parental support, and a rocky relationship with Zane, the only friend who’s around when she moves back home. But when Zane introduces Bailey to his cadre of monster-fighting bartenders, her demons get a lot more literal. Like, soul-sucking hell-beast literal. Soon, it’s up to Bailey to take on whatever is behind the mysterious rash of gruesome deaths in Chicago, and complete the lost recipes of an ancient tome of cocktail lore.


Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder

About to be executed for murder, nineteen-year-old Yelena is offered an extraordinary reprieve. She’ll eat the best meals, have rooms in the palace—and risk assassination by anyone trying to kill the Commander of Ixia. And so Yelena chooses to become a food taster. But the chief of security, leaving nothing to chance, deliberately feeds her Butterfly’s Dust—and only by appearing for her daily antidote will she delay an agonizing death from the poison.


The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not. But behind the scenes, a fierce competition is underway—a duel between two young magicians, Celia and Marco, who have been trained since childhood expressly for this purpose by their mercurial instructors. Unbeknownst to them, this is a game in which only one can be left standing, and the circus is but the stage for a remarkable battle of imagination and will.


A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab

Twenty-one-year-old Kell is one of the last Antari—magicians with a rare, coveted ability to travel between parallel Londons; Red, Grey, White, and, once upon a time, Black. After an exchange goes awry, Kell escapes to Grey London and runs into Delilah Bard, a cut-purse with lofty aspirations. She first robs him, then saves him from a deadly enemy, and finally forces Kell to spirit her to another world for a proper adventure.


Three Mages and A Margarita by Annette Marie

Broke, almost homeless, and recently fired. Those are Tori’s official reasons for answering a wanted ad for a suspicious-looking bartender gig. It all goes downhill, however, when Tori is asked do a trial shift instead of an interview — to see if she’d mesh with their “special” clientele. When the trial ends with three cocky guys drenched with in margarita, Tori expects to get ceremoniously thrown out. Instead, she gets the job?


Have you read any of these books? Do you think that they fit this criteria?

Did you find any books to add to your TBR? Which ones?

Do you have any books you want to add to this list? Share them in the comments!

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82 thoughts on “20(ish) Books For Readers Who are 20(ish) // A List of NA Books Written in the YA Style

  1. Yes plenty of ideas for the New Adult Revolution– I love that you are doing this!!! 💛 and I really loved the Lord of the Rings gif as well! 😉
    I have read fangirl and I think it fits in this genre– the way the mc struggles living on her own and leaving her family. It was good. There are also some I need to get to– the darker shade of magic series, emergency contact. And you have given me more ideas of books to read. 😊
    Lovely post!! 💕

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    1. I am so glad that you liked this post and were able to find some books that look interesting to you! I’m honestly surprised that so many people have responded positively to my posts on this topic! Anyways, thanks for always stopping by – it means a lot! ❤

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      1. Yeah it was really good. I definitely did. 😊
        I’m glad so many people have responded— it deserves all the love. We really want more NA books– particularly fantasy for me. The revolution is great!!! 💛
        You’re very welcome, I love to read your posts!! 💕

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  2. Your list came at the right time, since I’ve been looking for NA books to read! I have read Cinder & Ella, and even though it was not the perfect cup of tea for me, a lot of people loved it. I think I have Poison Study somewhere– it’s one of those books I’ve overlooked for years– so maybe now is the time for me to read it.

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    1. I’m so glad that this list was helpful to you! I haven’t read Poison Study myself, but it sounds really good, so it’s definitely on my TBR now as well. If you end up reading it, I’d love to hear your thoughts. But anyways, thanks so much for your lovely comment 🙂

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  3. I just added like, 90% of these books to my TBR. THANK YOU for writing such a great post Kat and for putting all of these great recommendations together, you’re awesome ❤ I read 180 seconds from this list and Hank Green's debut and adored both of these so, so much, they were just SO GREAT! ❤
    Thank you for this amazing list! ❤

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    1. I love the Night Circus too haha. And I’m sorry that not too many of these look appealing to you! But that’s something I love about the bookish community – there are so many different kinds of books, and so many different kind of readers. In any case, I hope that you are able to find some more books like the Night Circus (and if you do find them, let me know cause I would love to read them too haha). Thanks again for stopping by!! 🙂

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      1. I am crazy excited for Ninth House, and I need to read Emergency Contact soon, but yeah I look forward to the day when publishers stop marketing what are essentially adult books to teens. I have to acknowledge that I’m a part of the problem, being a 28 year old with bookshelves overflowing with YA, but the onus lies with them, I think.

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    1. YAY FOR CRUSHING TBR LISTS!!!! haha but anyways, I’m so glad that you were able to find a good amount of books to that you are interested in reading from this list! And I’m also really relieved that you would also classify Fangirl and Poison Study as NA. 🙂

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  4. GUESS WHOSE TBR PILE HAS EXPONENTIALLY GROWN?! 😇 I’m adding basically all of these to my list! Of these, I’ve only read A Darker Shade of Magic, but I ADORE it to pieces! *heart does little somersaults just from thinking of the characters*

    Also, I think it’s amazing how you’ve been organizing the #newadultrevolution and compiled this wonderful list! Kat, you’re a superwoman! ❤️

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    1. DAWWWWW, KELLY! I’m so glad that some of these books caught your eye! If you pick any of them up, let me know what you think!!!

      ALSO, thanks for your support for the #revolution. Honestly, I didn’t think it would get as much positive feedback as it has so far. I’m shocked that people want to listen to what little-old-me has to say. Does that make any sense? Well, in any case, thanks for everything! (I have a serious problem with saying “thank you” apparently – I CAN’T STOP! haha)

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  5. I’ve only read Poison Study and A Darker Shade of Magic out of these, both of which I loved. Hadn’t realized they’d be called NA but when I think about it… I mean yeah, they get called YA a lot but they’re really not? The Shades of Magic series in particular has never seemed like YA to me.
    I’m really curious now about Emergency Contact. …partly just bc of the beautiful cover, I’ll admit, but it also sounds like some fun stuff. And yeah the amount of sex in a lot of NA is what often turns me off it, so this list is really useful! Thanks!
    In this vein of NA without a ton of sex, I’d recommend Peter Darling (some sex and a focus on romance, but more focused on adventures etc), Reason Number One by Briston Brooks (v. romance focused but the burn is super slow so there ain’t much sex, can’t remember if there’s any), Deadline by Stephanie Ahn (def some sex, but mostly fantasy shenanigans), and Make Your Home Among Strangers by Jennine Capo Crucet (no sex, literary).

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  6. Love the list! I’m planning to read Fangirl soon 🙂

    I have a book on my shelf called Freshers by Tom Ellen. Sounds kind of similar – about a girl who just starts uni. Haven’t read it yet, so don’t know about the sex thing…

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  7. AAAAHHH this is awesome Kat, thank you thank you thank you!!!
    I love NA and YA but struggle to find books that are a mix between the two… They’re like really really rare unicorns apparently xD Sometimes I just feel too old for YA and too young for some NA (real quarter-life crisis going on over here I now xD) so a mash up would be perfect.
    Out of your list, I’ve only read Fangirl, which, unfortunately, was not a great experience for me and basically bored me to death. BUT that doesn’t mean I won’t love the others so I’m excited!
    I don’t mind sex or adult themes at all, but I love that teenagey/love dovey feel that only books aimed at a younger audience seem to include in their narrative… Such a shame. It’s either BANG SEX DRUGS AND ROCK AND ROLL or fuzzy-cute-cuddly-makes-you-swoon-and-almost-barf kind of story *shrugs*
    I’ll have to try these, for sure! Thanks so much for coming up with the idea and sharing this list, you’re a star ❤

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    1. THIS COMMENT. IS. EVERYTHING. Plus, it made me laugh out loud like, five times. No joke. I’m so glad that you agree with me about this because I was worried that I might inadvertently be saying that NA as it is right now is no good WHICH IS NOT WHAT I’M TRYING TO SAY AT ALL. I just want more DIVERSITY in a genre that seems to be characterized/limited to a single thing. Does that make sense??? Anyways, enough of my ramblings. THANK YOU AGAIN for all of your amazing comments, love, and support! It means so much 🙂

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      1. Well, I hope you weren’t in public XD
        No, no that’s not what I took out of your post at all! Like I said, NA and YA are both great in their own way, which doesn’t mean the two of them together wouldn’t be equally awesome 😀 So yes, it makes perfect sense!
        AND I LOVE YOUR RAMBLINGS, DON’T EVER STOP T_T ❤ ❤

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  8. Hi hello THIS IS THE LIST OF MY DREAMS. And I thank you for blessing us with it. Fangirl and Shades of Magic are two of my all time *favorites* and AHH I’m so happy I can finally look forward to more books with characters around the same age range. ADDING TO THE TBR AS I TYPE THIS COMMENT.

    Also. I cannot even tell you how impressed I am that you’re actually out here starting an NA REVOLUTION Kat! YOU’RE DOING THAT. And I am 10000% supporting you in this endeavor. 💕💞💕 THANK YOU for giving us 20-something’s a voice and for continuing to speak up about this!

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    1. GYAHHHHH BRIIIII!!!!! It makes me so happy that you liked this list! It actually took me way longer to compose than it should have haha (curse my perfectionist self!!!!). But if you do actually get around to reading any of these, I would really love to hear your thoughts on them!

      AND HONESTLY. I’M SHOOK MYSELF. I didn’t think that the #newadultrevolution would actually sort of take off like it has (or else I would have tried and thought of a more catchy hashtag haha). But your support means the world to me. Seriously. THANK YOU A MILLION TIMES OVER. ❤

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  9. This list brings me so much joy in my heart, thank you so much for putting it together, Kat! Ninth House sounds SO GOOD but I am not the biggest fan of Bardugo’s writing style… TORN! I really need to get around to reading An Absolutely Remarkable Thing, I didn’t realize it wasn’t YA and that makes me more excited!

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    1. DOESN’T NINTH HOUSE SOUND AMAZING??? Honestly, it’s premise is so different than anything else Bardugo’s done….which I’m actually pretty stoked about because I wasn’t a huge fan of Shadow and Bone and I haven’t made it through Six of Crows yet (*le gasp* I know…what kind of YA book blogger am I???) And yeah, I’m excited about An Absolutely Remarkable Thing too! I’m waitlisted for it at my library, so hopefully I’ll get to read it sometime soon! Woot!

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  10. Funny fact: while reading the post I realized how much I had considered some books young adult, because everyone classified thos as such, but they’re not.
    On the bright side those are also the one that I loved more.

    Fangirl for sure enter inside the category. I’ll check those novel out and will probably make my tbr grow more 😂

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  11. Thank you so much for putting this post together! I’ve been excited for it since you tweeted asking for recs, and I’m happy to see that mine – 180 Seconds – also made it onto your list. 😀 So many of these sound fantastic, Bucket List To Love sounds SO CUTE in particular, and that cover is everything.

    Veronika @ The Regal Critiques

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment and support, Veronika!!! Your recommendation was very helpful 🙂 I’m glad that you are excited about Bucket List To Love because that is one of the ones I’m most excited about from this list too (WOOOT JAPAN! haha). I’d love to hear your thoughts if you end up reading it 🙂

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  12. Ahhh half of these were already on my TBR & the other half I had to add to it lol. I’m most looking foward to Smothered & Bucket List to Love. 🙂

    Thank you for sharing & doing all the resarch for us, Kat! ♡

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  13. HEY KAT I’M BACK! I’m so on board to this NA movement since I’m…20 now omg what ?! I’m 20. So yeah we need more NA. I really enjoyed Emergency Contact and I’m so excited to read some of these especially Again, But Better ❤ Great post!!

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    1. HEY I’M SO GLAD YOU’RE BACKK!!! And yeah, I saw that you posted about Emergency Contact! I haven’t read it BUT THE COVER IS SO PASTEL AND PINK AND PRETTYYYYY. And I’m excited for Again, But Better as well! Thanks for all of your endless support and love ❤

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  14. THIS IS SUCH A GREAT LIST. THANK YOU, KAT! 😀 I’m definitely going to look into these more. A lot of them I vaguely recognise from the covers but didn’t actually know anything about.

    Fangirl was a real New Adult revelation for me and I am desperate for more books like that. I could also recommend Women of the Otherworld for New Adult, most of the characters are in their 20s and have lots of supernatural adventures. It’s a loooooong series though so BIG commitment! :S

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    1. NO, THANK YOU!!!! You are so good to me, and I appreciate your constant support! I’m really so glad that you liked the list and hopefully it helped you find at least one other book like Fangirl to fill your craving soul haha 🙂

      And I think we might have talked about the Women of the Otherworld before, but I didn’t realize that it had characters who are in their 20s! Thanks for pointing it out to me! I’m making a Master list, and I just added this series to it 🙂

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  15. YOU HAVE BLESSED US WITH THIS POST!! I’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR THESE TYPE OF BOOKS FOR MY ENTIRE ADULTHOOD (which is like,,,,,,a year but still, it feels longer) im adding all these books to my goodreads tbr and omg i’ve MISSED your posts so dearly, what was i doing with my life depriving myself from this???

    amazing post kat. thank you for taking the time and doing all this hard work for us 😭😭 ❤ ❤

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  16. KAT OMG this list is amazing and I want to read all of these books!! I’ve been so dying for some good books with 20-something protagonists since graduating college and now I have a bunch to add to my TBR!! Thank you for this great list ❤

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  17. Oh my gosh it makes me so happy to see Flight Season on this list!! ❤️ It was one of my favourite books last year and it’s so underrated. Definitely recommend it if you haven’t read it yet 🙂 Apart from Flight Season the only other one on this list I’ve read is Fangirl (another favourite) so thank you so much for this list! ❤️

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  18. Eeep! This was such a great post to read because my current WIP is a NA, sex-free novel. Contemporary with a touch of magical realism. It makes me so happy to see that there is a solid audience for this type of content! And now I can use this post as some good research materials 🙂

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  19. THIS IS FANTASTIC! I have been following your #newadultrevolution as best as I could and I’m so happy and grateful that you’re making so many people heard! 💗🌺 I love this list and have found quite a few more books to add to my TBR! I would probably add The Alchemists of Loom to your list, it’s a high fantasy story and one of the protagonists is 22, with the others also being close to that age! And maybe Vicious could could too? I’m not sure because in the flashbacks they are 22, but now it’s set 10 years later.

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