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This year’s Goodreads Choice Award for Fiction was the closest contest in the history of the awards. Your winner—by five votes—is The Midnight Library, author Matt Haig’s wildly inventive blend of literary and speculative voyeurisms.xyz quick gist: Imagine a library in which each book represents a different path your life could have taken. New adult fiction can be seen as something of a crossover category at the midpoint between YA and adult. This is mirrored by its characters. As the name suggests, they’re literally ‘new’ to being adults: aged in their early twenties, somewhere between a young adult and a ‘real’ adult.

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St. Martin's Press first coined the term in , when they held a special call for " fiction similar to YA that can be published and marketed as adult—a sort of an 'older YA' or 'new adult'". New adult fiction tends to focus on issues such as leaving home, developing sexuality, and negotiating education and career choices. R eading fiction in was an act of defiance—of turning our attention away from the catastrophes playing out around us to engage in a quiet, imaginative act. And the year’s best fiction.