The Yearbook Trilogy Analysis

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The Yearbook Trilogy is a series of young adult novels featuring several friends in their adventure in high school, college, and Post College lives. Ally Condie, an American author best known for writing middle grade and young adult fiction authors the novels. The first novel of the Yearbook Trilogy series was Yearbook Trilogy that was first published in 2006. Ally Condie introduces two teenagers and their friends in high school and takes us on a wild ride of adventure. While the series starts with two lead characters, over the novels, other interesting characters are roped into the series. The lead characters eventually go from high school to college where they get friends that are even more interesting, even as they start dealing with more…show more content…
Following the stories of several teenagers in a year of high school, she gets into the minds of the Goth, the class clown, the ice queen, and the jock. Condie writes a great first novel that makes for a good foundation for the rest of the series. The novel is written in first person which means that the characters get to give better insights into themselves even if no one character is given too much time. While it may not be the classic definition of what happens in high school, it is very relatable to many teenagers today even with its Mormon friendly…show more content…
The characters of the series come back home after discovering themselves but still have issues they have to deal with. Cate Giovanni is a freshman that reinvented herself after knowing new people and making new friends. Addie Sherman is a high school junior that never got the popularity she craved among her fellow classmates. Sam Choi one of the best of friends Addie ever had is determined to go on mission but finds it difficult to tell his parents. OTHER BOOK SERIES YOU MAY LIKE: Many fans of the Yearbook Trilogy series of novels also love the Tomorrow Girls series of novels by Eva Gray. These are dystopian novels following the adventures of three girls in a war torn Chicago who have to depend on each other if they are to survive. Yearbook Trilogy fans also enjoy the Leviathan series of novels by Scott Westerfield. The novels are young adult fiction novels set in alternate World War I reality featuring a Scottish girl named Deryn who dreams of fighting for the British and the son of Archduke Franz Ferdinand,
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