New Adult is the genre between Young Adult and Adult.
What is really the difference between YA, NA and A?
I would say that NA and A are almost identical, or in fact, books labeled NA are almost always also labeled either A or YA.
NA is a more grown up, that meaning that the characters are often more experienced in life that what YA characters are, and NA is a bit more heated than Young Adult.
I like NA books very much. I hate the label NA though.
I don't GET the genre, YA readers are not kids (well, it's not supposed to be read by teens) and even if kids read YA books they are obviously mature enough.
I like NA because there is no hiding around the bushes with NA. Everything is straight forward. I would have wished that there would be more Divergent/fallen angels/hungergames/vampire academy books written in a NA way. Meaning a more mature way.
I've seen books exploding into the NA world, and it's most YA authors widening their boundaries which I think is great.
If you are new to the whole NA thing (trust me, it's not that different from YA) you should start with the books down below
I am going to check out these books that I found in the NA category
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