Teenage behavior is always irksome. Though they are full of life, their sudden hormonal upheaval, and stress from studies, resorts them into being a rebellion or depressed. They make their parents lose their sleep. It is one of the most important phases in one’s life. One wrong decision and it can mar your life. They hate dos and don’ts. When they won’t listen to anybody, their carefree nature can only be restricted through good reading. Books are always a meek yet strong guide. Meek, because they aren’t tongue-in-cheek; strong, since they are a silent influence like any school principal, whose single glance can discipline even a rowdy child. Here is a recommended list of top 10 books for the angsty teenager.
Written by Sue Townsend, this book on teen angst, carved a special place in almost every teenager’s book-shelf. The book is written in diary-style, about a boy named Adrian Mole, who misinterprets things around him. He writes candidly about his parents’ marital quandary and his own connection with his fellow, Pandora.