Great list! I want, no need to read so many of these! Everything Leads to You made my want to read of diverse books. I didn't think of Cinder or that would be on my list, there are so, so many different kinds of characters in that world. I wish I had thought of adding it. Please fell free to read mine here http://wonderstruck-kcks.blogspot.com/2015/07/july-21-ten-books-that-celebrate.html Happy Summer Reading!
I think Cinder was the last one I thought of when making this list. But yeah, the cast of characters in that series is quite diverse :)Thanks for stopping by KayCee!
Eleanor and Park and To All the Boys I've Loved Before made my list too. You have a bunch on my TBR and I actually just picked Simon vs yesterday. Can't wait to read it - Great list!
Simon vs is ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC - you are in for a treat! :)Thanks for stopping by Grace!
I think I'm the last person in the world who hasn't read Eleanor and Park - definitely need to remedy that soon!Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction
Eleanor and Park is so good - not my favorite Rainbow Rowell novel, but nevertheless, definitely worth a read :)Thanks for stopping by Nicole!
I just got Nina LaCour's book in Book Riot's YA Quarterly Box. I'm excited to read it. The Adam Silvera is on my list too. Loved Simon, was a little wary of None of the Above, just because intersex is something I know nothing about, and loved Cinder and Eleanor & Park. Great list! If you're interested, here's mine.
Nina LaCour is a great author - I have loved everything I've read by her so far!Adam Silvera's book was absolutely amazing as well :)I knew close to nothing about intersexuality as well, but I found None of the Above to be a very educating read - you can clearly see it is written by a doctor.Thanks for stopping by Eli :)
None of the Above sounds alike a great read, Definitely will Check it out. I also included Cinder on my list. Check out my Top Ten Tuesday
None of the Above was really well researched and definitely an interesting read :)Thanks for stopping by Tori!
I seriously need to read Everything Leads to You! It's on so many lists today, and I put it on an earlier list of books I can't believe I haven't read yet. I need to get on it!I really liked Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda! It was cute!And you seem to have made an error on your graphic for The Summer of Chasing Mermaids: it's about a character from Trinidad who is mute. Although there were LGBT issues present. :)Here's my top ten!
When I think of The Summer of Chasing Mermaids, I instantly think of the LGBT issues rather than the mute main character, so that is why I only included the LGBT mention - so not really an error, more of an interpretation :) Thanks for stopping by Angie!
Oh wow this is amazing! I have most of these on my TBR & Falling into Place and Simon are some of my favorite books ever. Great list♥Jumana @ Books by Jay
Thanks Jumana :)
Great list! I am really looking forward to reading Simon Vs and The Summer of Chasing Mermaids. And I totally agree about To All the Boys, None of the Above, and More Happy Than Not! Such lovely choices :) Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight