Last year we included Young Adult fiction with the Adult fiction, but this year we’ve put it in its own list. We posted this last week on our Kids’blog, but, in case you missed it,  here are the books teens (and adults) were reading during 2013:

  1. The hunger games / Suzanne Collins
  2. Catching fire / Suzanne Collins
  3. Mockingjay / Suzanne Collins
  4. The fault in our stars / John Green
  5. City of fallen angels / Cassandra Clare
  6. City of bones / Cassandra Clare
  7. City of ashes / Cassandra Clare
  8. City of Glass / Cassandra Clare
  9. The perks of being a wallflower / Stephen Chbosky
  10. Divergent / Veronica Roth
  11. The power of six / Pittacus Lore
  12. What she left behind / Tracy Bilen
  13. Confessions of a murder suspect / James Patterson
  14. The night circus : a novel / Erin Morgenstern
  15. A midsummer tights dream : more (boy snogging) adventures of Tallulah Casey / Louise Rennison
  16. Reached / Allyson Braithwaite Condie
  17. The son of Neptune / Rick Riordan
  18. Alice in zombieland / Gena Showalter
  19. Between the lines : a novel / Jodi Picoult
  20. City of lost souls / Cassandra Clare
  21. Looking for Alaska / John Green
  22. The rise of nine / Pittacus Lore
  23. Ascend / Amanda Hocking
  24. Torn / Cat Clarke
  25. Clockwork prince / Cassandra Clare
  26. Conspiracy 365. February / Gabrielle Lord
  27. Paper towns / John Green
  28. Clockwork princess / Cassandra Clare
  29. Hush, hush / Becca Fitzpatrick
  30. Silence / Becca Fitzpatrick
  31. The vampire diaries. Volume I. The awakening / L. J. (Lisa J.) Smith
  32. Underworld / Meg Cabot
  33. Death bringer / Derek L
    andy
  34. Eldest / Christopher Paolini
  35. Graceling / Kristin Cashore
  36. Hunger / Michael Grant
  37. Inheritance, or, The vault of souls / Christopher Paolini
  38. Then / Morris Gleitzman
  39. Crescendo / Becca Fitzpatrick
  40. Devoted / Hilary Duff
  41. Insurgent / Veronica Roth
  42. Th1rteen r3asons why : a novel / Jay Asher
  43. The Rachel Riley diaries. My so-called life / Joanna Nadin
  44. Cinder / Marissa Meyer
  45. Conspiracy 365. January / Gabrielle Lord
  46. Revived / Cat Patrick
  47. The boy in the striped pyjamas / John Boyne
  48. The golden lily / Richelle Mead
  49. The vampire diaries. Volume II. The struggle / L. J. (Lisa J.) Smith
  50. Artemis Fowl and the last guardian / Eoin Colfer
The Hunger Games series and  The Mortal Instruments series dominated the Young Adult Top 10 for 2013, holding the seven of the top eight places, separated only by The fault in our stars by John Green (who has three books in the Top 50, the only author without a series to appear more than once in the list).
The highest Australian author on the list is Gabrielle Lord with the second book (February) of her Conspiracy 365 series. at #26 (the first book of the series  (January) finished #45). This is a great, fast paced, action packed series you should check out if you haven’t already.