I feel like there tends to be a lot of prejudice against young adult books from the adult standpoint. Maybe it's the cheesy love stories, or just the intended audiences but I know a lot of people who turn up their noses at young adult books. I think that they can be deep and thought-provoking. The Fault in Our Stars, for example, has phenomenal writing and questions the ideas or mortality. The Harry Potter series was clearly a massive success, and one can see why when you study all the symbolism and other literary devices in the story. On the other hand, the YA market seems to mass-produce books that it thinks will appeal to readers. Twilight was a mediocre book that sparked an era of paranormal romance and The Hunger Games was slightly better than Twilight and caused thousands of dystopian novels. When these YA trends occur, the book market is loaded with clichés and unoriginal stories. Do you think that the young adult book market can hold its own against books written for adults?