Tall Girl’s message gets lost due to the pursuit of validating its lead through the affections of a boy.
Browsing: Young Adult
In the Young Adult tag, you’ll find coming-of-age stories and productions featuring those in their late teens through twenties getting their lives together.
Share takes a different path when it comes to fleshing out its narrative and reminds you that you cannot own or narrate the story of someone else’s trauma.
The Bold Type remains a flagship program for FreeForm as it explores mature takes on relationships, continues to develop the ladies, and addresses workplace issues.
I want you to imagine the graphic nature of 13 Reasons Why and the realness of Skins (UK) turned up but with better performances, better characters, and more explicit scenes.
From what it appears, this book adaptation could become one of Netflix’s newest YA hits – if it plays its cards right.
Booksmart may make you feel representing characters like Amy and Molly isn’t enough anymore and that it doesn’t do justice to its supporting cast.
Compared to the book, the film version of The Sun Is Also A Star loses what made Natasha such a great character and, plainly, is a disappointing adaptation.
The Sun Is Also A Star is a welcome change from the usual YA novel by addressing the idea of fate and taking it to task.
We’re taking a huge leap, about 150 pages, which holds a HUGE amount of drama – and some good old fashion tension (partly of the sexual kind).
Natasha begins to develop hope, but that is met with a few realizations, particularly with Daniel’s family, which could kill things like a relaxer.