Serious, but dumb, question:
Are there any good YA novels written in the third person? Would that even work?
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- girlboymusic answered: OH! The Bermudez Triangle by Maureen Johnson. Sparks by SJ Adams.
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- girlboymusic answered: What is your definition of “good”?
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- voodoochili answered: The Giver, I guess
- ajohnny answered: I haven’t revisited them, but I remember the book in A Series of Unfortunate Events being pretty great. Does that count as YA?
- spaceshipmatria answered: Madeleine L’Engle and Philip Pullman write in the third person, yes?
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