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This technically isn't a book for teens, but it's a classic so anyone can enjoy it. - StarsparksV 1 Comment
The books are just awesome! In my opinion even better than the show which is great too... Sara Shepard is incredibly talented!
Romance and fantasy and magic. Highly recommended, amazing
Fantastic book. Totally relatable and not one moment during the time I was reading it was I not totally satisfied and overwhelmingly happy. I felt a connection to the characters that goes beyond the imagination. Truly amazing.
So cute, so real. SO RELATABLE. For any teenage girl who understands having controlling parents and struggles with figuring out what you want.
So many of us go through a dark time in which we start acting rebellious or we fall in with the wrong crowd and have to climb our way back up again. This is a story in poems (don't let that put you off-it just makes it better and this is coming from a girl who hates stories written in poem form) about a straight A goody goody who feels lost in her friends and parents shadows, who falls on with a bad girl. She changes and starts to question everything she has ever known. She has to discover who she really is and stand up for herself. It's a truly amazing book. It got me through a lot of rough times.
Smart ass 18 year old guy who finds out his senior year will be his last year, and he is determined to make his mark. One of the funniest, saddest, greatest books I've ever read. A little too democratic for me at parts, but as I am a republican, that is to be expected. Still a fantastic book. Read it! You won't regret it!
Living in a world where love is a disease, all Lena Halloway wants is to be cured of it. That is, until she meets Alex. She finds that love, though it can be painful, is worth the risk. Delirium is an enticing story about love, truth, and self-sacrifice and is definitely worth the read.
This boo I opened my eyes to a lot of issues. It was a book that really made me feel. I think that Melinda (the main character of this book) is someone a lot of us can relate to. While we haven't all been through what Melinda had to go through during the summer before 9th grade (don't want to give spoilers if you haven't read it), we've all been bullied, we've all felt alone, and many of us have been ostracized (usually for stupid reasons). I feel like a lot of what this book says is relatable to teenagers (especially teenage girls because of the female protagonist) and like everyone should read it. It just really touched me, with it's messages and the poetic way the author words things... I love it. Read it.
Lindsay Lohan released a music CD in 2005 in which it also had the same name. - playstationfan66
This book is so good in the fault in our stars Hazel read a book called An Imperial Affection and she loved it to the moon and back. Well this book is my An Imperial Affection (But better) it is so amazing I couldn't put it down! It is the best book I have ever read I bring it every ware I go
This is one of my favorite series. It's about a girl named Lucinda Price (Luce). She is forced to go to a school called "Sword & Cross" because everyone thought that she murdered someone. The weird thing about Luce is that she can see these things she calls "shadows" that nobody else can see. At the school she meets a free-spirited girl named Arianne, a friendly girl named Penn, moody Daniel, Cam, Roland, etc. Oddly, she developed a strong attraction towards Daniel even though he has been nothing but a cold jerk towards her.
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