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The Monday Poll: Fictional Books

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Good morning, Hub readers!

Last week we wanted to get your take on the best bromance in YA lit. Harry and Ron from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series is clearly your most beloved bromance with 49% of the vote, while 13% of you favored Gansey, Ronan, Adam, and Noah from Maggie Stiefvater’s The Raven Boys. Write-ins included Jenn’s suggestion of Augustus and Isaac from John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars, and B.A. Binns’ suggestion of the titular characters from Walter Dean Myers’ Darius & Twig, as well as Standish and Hector from Maggot Moon by Sally Gardner. You can see detailed results for all of our previous polls in the Polls Archive. Thanks to all of you who voted and commented!

Today’s Monday Poll topic was suggested to us by Hub reader Alissa earlier this year: what fictional book featured in  YA lit do you most want to read?

A fictional book is one that doesn’t actually exist, but appears in a work of literature as though it’s real. Sometimes a fictional book plays a significant role in a story’s plot and sometimes it’s a brief mention of a memorable title. Either way, these invented works often sound highly intriguing. Vote in the poll below, and be sure to leave a comment if we’ve missed your favorite one!

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One Comment

  1. Leslie C. Leslie C.

    I have actually called the publishing house and suggested that they publish this as a fundraiser coffee table-type book, especially since they already did something similar with the Quidditch & Fantastic Beasts books (raised funds). Alas, it has never occurred.

    We need to start a petition for this!!!

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