This is where you can post any confessions you have on any young adult books or series, characters, ships, authors, or films based on the books. You can confess anonymously or under your own username. An image will be made to go with your secret. Your confession doesn't have to be dark or negative; any and all opinions on YA books are welcome.

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I prefer drawn covers to photographed covers.
Confessed by Anonymous

I prefer drawn covers to photographed covers.

Confessed by Anonymous



I want a YA book with pictures in it. Like the ones you see in “Middle Grade”.
Confessed by Anonymous
Drawing from the excellent The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie

I want a YA book with pictures in it. Like the ones you see in “Middle Grade”.

Confessed by Anonymous

Drawing from the excellent The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie



I personally found the Three Doors trilogy by Emily Rodda a million times more likeable than Deltora Quest. That being said I still love Deltora Quest.
Confessed by Anonymous

I personally found the Three Doors trilogy by Emily Rodda a million times more likeable than Deltora Quest. That being said I still love Deltora Quest.

Confessed by Anonymous



I know the books weren’t the best but I really respect the Hex Hall series simply because of Sophie. She was so useless at everything and was slightly awkward, and was sarcastic and goofy in her own way, and had plenty of sass about her. And she never claimed that she was either beautiful or plain or ugly looking. She was a refreshing narrator.
Confessed by Anonymous
Unable to find artist, taken from Hex Hall wiki

I know the books weren’t the best but I really respect the Hex Hall series simply because of Sophie. She was so useless at everything and was slightly awkward, and was sarcastic and goofy in her own way, and had plenty of sass about her. And she never claimed that she was either beautiful or plain or ugly looking. She was a refreshing narrator.

Confessed by Anonymous

Unable to find artist, taken from Hex Hall wiki



Stop. The. Love triangles.
Confessed by Anonymous

Stop. The. Love triangles.

Confessed by Anonymous



I, quite frankly, am sick of books set in either America or England. There’s nothing wrong with the countries but it’s gotten so tiring, and I am itching for books to change scenery. Open your horizons, dear authors; set your books elsewhere, like India or China or Australia or Spain or Greece or Egypt – the possibilities are endless!
Confessed by Anonymous

I, quite frankly, am sick of books set in either America or England. There’s nothing wrong with the countries but it’s gotten so tiring, and I am itching for books to change scenery. Open your horizons, dear authors; set your books elsewhere, like India or China or Australia or Spain or Greece or Egypt – the possibilities are endless!

Confessed by Anonymous



I think that Catching Fire is the best book in the trilogy.
Confessed by Anonymous

I think that Catching Fire is the best book in the trilogy.

Confessed by Anonymous



When I started reading Divergent at first I didn’t like the way it was written at all. I thought that the situations weren’t explained very well and I could never completely understand how much time has passed between chapters, but after i read through the couple chapters I completely sunk into it. I have read the trilogy multiple times and I love it.
Confessed by Anonymous

When I started reading Divergent at first I didn’t like the way it was written at all. I thought that the situations weren’t explained very well and I could never completely understand how much time has passed between chapters, but after i read through the couple chapters I completely sunk into it. I have read the trilogy multiple times and I love it.

Confessed by Anonymous



I love how in The Hunger Games trilogy there are little things that bring all three books together. Like little references or some sentences that are repeated multiple times or situations that aren’t explained until the next book. I really enjoyed those things when I noticed them.
Confessed by Anonymous

I love how in The Hunger Games trilogy there are little things that bring all three books together. Like little references or some sentences that are repeated multiple times or situations that aren’t explained until the next book. I really enjoyed those things when I noticed them.

Confessed by Anonymous



I haven’t been able to read the newer YA books lately. The prospect of another likely love triangle puts me off. 
Confessed by runthroughthestorm

I haven’t been able to read the newer YA books lately. The prospect of another likely love triangle puts me off. 

Confessed by runthroughthestorm