The A to Z of Young Adult Films
Some of the characters, movies, actors, and everything YA we've been fangirling in the past few months.
A is for Augustus Waters (RIP), the guy of our YA dreams. Always.
B is for The Boy with the Bread, Peeta Mellark, savior of our hearts and hungry stomachs.
C is for contemporary love stories, the ones we'll never get tired feeling for.
D is for dystopia, a world we'll probably want to try and live in even though it's packed with death and all sorts of monsters.
E is for Ellie Goulding, the musician who can be the voice of the soundtrack to our life's every single moment.
F is for Four, the Prince Charming we'd love to take home and trade eyebrow tips with.
G is for Gale Hawthorne, the BFF we'd love to have on our team.
H is for Hazel Grace Lancaster, one of our favorite fictional role models.
I is for It's Kind of a Funny Story, probably one of the most underrated YA films based on Ned Vizzini's novel of the same title.
J is for John Green, the author responsible for all our feels lately.
K is for Katniss Everdeen, the Girl on Fire.
L is for love, the thing that makes this world and the YA world go round.
M is for The Maze Runner, the movie that made us catch our breath even if we just sat still inside the cinema.
N is for Now... The Spectacular Now.
O is for OTPs... One True Pairings, the ones we'll never, ever stop hoping for.
P is for Potter, Harry Potter, one of the many characters who made a very huge impact in our lives.
Q is for all the questions we still have when Harry Potter ended that we might not get the answers to.
R is for Rowling... J.K. Rowling, the amazing author of the Harry Potter series.
S is for stars, the ones that will guide us home, in the brilliant words of Ed Sheeran.
T is for Tris Prior, and her bravery that inspires us to conquer whatever it is that's in front of us every day.
U is for underdogs and how YA films taught us we should never be ashamed of being one, because the underdogs usually turn out to be as awesome or even more.
V is for vampires, handsome vampires we'll never mind feeding with our blood. LOLJK! Hello, Edward Cullen.
W is for wallflower and the perks that come with being one.
X is for the word xylocarp—the word spelled in Mean Girls, duh.
Y is for young—how we'll be forever! (Or at least feel.)
Z is for Zzz. Sleep. We lack sleep after reading and watching too much YA stuff.
What's on your list, Candy Girls? Let us know in the comments or tweet us @candymagdotcom. We always love hearing from you. :)