1. Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick
This beginning, in the biology class, was just the perfect start to a novel. I loved how the characters were introduced and how the romance blossomed between Nora and Patch, though started so sourly.
2. The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han
I adored this series, but book one will always be my favourite. The start to this was just a lovely beginning to a sweet, summer read.
3. Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard
It all began with the summer those few years back that Alison DiLaurentis disappeared…then there’s that first text from -A. This beginning really got me interested in the series since watching the show.
4. Ink by Amanda Sun
It was an interesting start to the Japanese-based book, a start like no other, that delved straight into the storyworld. Loved it.
5. Something Like Fate by Susane Colasanti
I just finished this a day or so back, and loved the ending. It tied everything up so neatly and the way I would’ve hoped for. Perfect book with a perfect ending.
6. Glass Houses by Rachel Caine
I longed for Claire to find somewhere she belonged, and in the end of the first novel, she has sort of found a place she can relate and belong with her new friends. Yay.
7.The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
I loved the beginning and sort of the ending with this one. It was an all round amazing book, filled with action and adventure.
8. The Struggle by L J Smith
I know L J Smith doesn’t write the Vampire Diaries series anymore, and that it’s a ghost writer, but when she wrote them, she ruled.
9. Dare You To by Katie McGarry
Everything was summed up perfectly and tied with a bow. It was such a powerful book, with immense characters. Adored it.
10. The Camp by Karice Bolton
One of my favourite YA reads of this year, with an amazing plot and incredible characters. The ending fitted like a jigsaw puzzle complete.