By Casey Wilson
A quick post today, to follow up on the recent entry about NPR’s call for votes to create a list of the 100 Best-Ever YA books. The list has arrived, and is an interesting mix of the expected (Harry Potter and The Hunger Games), the classics (Catcher), and the currently popular (The Fault in Our Stars). In fact, all five of John Green’s novels make appearances on the list, four of them in the top 25.
Just goes to show what can happen when you rule the internet.
In any case, the list can be found here. Let the arguments begin!
Casey is a PhD student.