Teen Idol

by Meg Cabot

Teen Idol coverTeen Idol is about a famous teen movie star who helps an average high schooler, Jenny, find out what she really can do to make a positive impact on peoples' lives.

This book is great because it makes you think how you can be there for your friends and make an impact on their lives, like Jenny. I also like how people end up finding there true love at last.

If you like reading about someone's life being forever changed, Teen Idol is a book you would love.

Ashley, 14

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Ready or Not

by Meg Cabot

Ready or Not coverReady or Not is the sequel to All-American Girl. This book is about a not-so-normal teenage girl, Sam, and her boyfriend, the President's son. They test their love for each other by doing different things and the main problem is, Sam is not ready for any of them.

Ready or Not is an interesting book because you get to see how the main character grows as a person and the strong love she shares with her boyfriend. I like how the book is perceived by a relatable teenage girl.

If you like reading about struggles a teenage girl has and how she gets through them, you would love to read Ready or Not by Meg Cabot.

Ashley, 14

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All-American Girl

by Meg Cabot

All American girl coverThis book is about an average teenage girl, Sam, and a not-so-average teenage boy, the President's son. All-American Girl is about how Sam goes from being a normal teenager, to being a hero.

This book is interesting because most of the drama that Sam goes through is relatable to teenage girls. I like how her love life is different and interesting since it includes the President's son.

If you like reading about a relatable teenager girl's life with a hint of cute romance, you would love All-American Girl by Meg Cabot.

Ashley, 14

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Jinx

by Meg Cabot

Jinx coverOne girl with very bad luck. One cousin who believes in witches. Jinx is the story of a teenage girl who just thought she had very bad luck, but later, her cousin proves to her who she really is.

Jinx is an extremely interesting book because it has mystery which makes you want to keep reading to find out what happens next. I also like how there is a little romance, especially coming from a relatable teenage girl.

If you like mysterious stories with a twist at the end, you would love Jinx by Meg Cabot.

Ashley, 14

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I Am Number Four

by Pittacus Lore

I Am Number Four coverThis book is about a young man, known as Number Four, or John Smith. He is one of the special aliens that came down from his former planet, Lorien. When the Mogadorians destroyed their planet, few were forced to leave the planet and come to earth. Only 11 of them made it to earth. They come to Earth to hide from the many Mogadorians that are hunting them and wait to go back to Lorien hoping to restore the planet.

I loved this book because it was full of action. I related to a girl named Sarah in the book because she was really into photography and so am I.

I would recommend this to both teenage girls and boys who likes books filled with sci-fi, action, and a little bit of romance.

Alissa, 14

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The Lucky One

by Nicholas Sparks

Lucky One coverFormer U.S Marine, Logan Thibault, became lucky when he found a photograph of a beautiful young woman while serving in Iraq. This photograph has been claimed to have saved his life through many horrible battles. This mysterious woman has been in his thoughts daily, and he wants to find her. He thinks that if he finds her, he would have to find a way to repay her.

I picked up this book because I adored the author, Nicholas Sparks. I liked this book because it was full of romance. I was clearly not surprised of my enjoyment of this book because every book I have read from Nicholas Sparks has never failed me. I was though surprised by what happens in the end.

I would recommend this book to teens and young adults who simply enjoy romance. This book will make you twist in some chapters and sometimes you might even want to scream at characters.

Alissa, 14

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Second Chance Summer

by Morgan Matson

Second Chance coverThis book is about a 17 year old girl named Taylor. Taylor has the tendency for running away from her problems. When things got hard, she would just run away. Due to her father's cancer, her family must go to their lake house during the summer to spend time with each other. Taylor has been trying so hard to avoid going there since running away from the problems she had caused 5 years ago. She finally learns to accept the fact that she has to face her problems.

This book is one of my favorites. It was amazing! I was so surprised by how much I loved it and could not stop reading it. I could not put this book down. I was so into it, that I read 450 out of the 468 pages in one day. I decided to read this book when I saw how pretty the cover was.

I would definitely recommend this to anyone! Typically in the ages of 13-17. If you like stories of friendship and stories that teaches a good lesson, you would enjoy Second Chance Summer.

Alissa, 14

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Catching Fire

by Suzanne Collins

Catching FireKatniss is rebelling against the Capitol, while deciding who she loves most, Gale or Peeta. The Capitol does not like Katniss ever since she thought about the berries that would kill her and Peeta. Now Katniss has to find ways to get President Snow to leave her alone without getting her family and loved ones killed.

I LOVED THIS BOOK! Catching Fire is a "hang on the edge of your seat" type of book. Katniss will keep you guessing what she will do next. On top of that there is the forever looming Capital that wants her dead. Katniss is great character, she is brave and loyal to her loved ones.

This book would be great for girls who like strong feminine characters that know how to kick butt. Catching Fire is also an action thriller and will keep you guessing.

Jacki, 16

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City of Ashes

by Cassandra Clare

City of Ashes coverNow that Clary knows she is a Shadowhunter she has to fight demons and help down worlders like werewolves, vampires and pixies. Clary also has to fight against her evil father while fighting against herself on who she has feelings for; Simon her best friend or Jace the Shadowhunter.

I liked it because Clary discovers in herself how to become a better Shadowhunter. She finally understandS her feelings but problems arise when she tries to set herself straight.

Anyone who like stories of magical creatures of any kind will like it. Also for the ladies who like to read about a love triangles. Make sure to read the first book City of Bones.

Jacki, 16

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The Summer I Turned Pretty

by Jenny Han

Summer coverThis book is about a girl who falls in love with two brothers at the same time. When she goes to the beach house she does not know which one to choose, so all she does is go for one of them. They both call her Belly. By the end of the summer she starts dating the guy who she really likes, but he goes to a completely different school, so he has to make trips to see her so they could stay together.

This was an amazing book because it made me laugh and cry. I would recommend this book if you're into romance.

Rebecka, 14

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The Selection

by Kiera Cass

Selection coverAmerica Singer is neither rich nor poor--just smack dab in the middle of the caste system as an artist. She's in love with Aspen, a handsome boy who's a caste lower than her, but although he returns her affections, he wants her to have something--someone better. This "someone" turns out to be Prince Maxon, part of the highest caste, who is looking for a wife through a game called "The Selection."

I actually liked it! To be honest, the main thing that attracted me to this book was its gorgeous cover, not the Bachelorette/Hunger Games inspired content, but the romance definitely appealed to me as well. The two boys, Aspen and Maxon, are extremely hard to choose between--I can't wait to read the sequel to see who she ends up with!

Anyone who's in for a fluffy taste of Dystopian and a syrupy romance would love this book!

Erica, 16

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Daughter of Smoke and Bone

by Laini Taylor

Daughter coverKarou is not your average heroine: she's blue-haired, ethereal, and can perform "magic" through wishes. She was also raised by a pack of unlikely mythical creatures--the chimaera. Tough and strong, she is a skilled messenger for her adoptive chimera father's trade, but after a slip up on a job, she encounters someone who will change her life forever.

Daughter of Smoke and Bone was a highly acclaimed book, and it is definitely fascinating to read. However, the only downside I saw was that Karou was TOO perfect, and therefore unrelatable as a person. (This point does make sense later on in the book, but is a personal annoyance of mine.)

Fantasy and romance lovers will enjoy this book as well as readers of the supernatural!

Erica, 16

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Mathilda Savitch

by Victor Lodato

Mathilda Savitch coverMathilda Savitch is a story about the troubling time Mathilda goes through after her sister's death. Mathilda sees the world in a different light; she vies for attention, especially her mother's, and the only way to get that attention is by becoming bad. And yet, Mathilda is still trying to find her place in the world; she, like any other teen, is trying to discover who she really is. But she's also going on another quest: to find the guy who pushed her sister in front of the train. As she rummages through her sister's things, she uncovers secrets that her sister has always kept hidden, but that's not the only thing she uncovers: she discovers the truth about herself and the world.

This book was amazing despite some issues with language and a bit of content. The ideas and thoughts explored are ones that plague people today and Lodato does a great job bringing them to the forefront. It really gets you wondering about issues that many times we try to ignore.

I would recommend this book to anyone who find him or herself wondering about the mystery of life. Anyone who likes to wonder and who likes to feel and get his or her heartstrings pulled would love this book, although as a warning there is some very foul language and mature content.

Jana, 16

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Instructions for a Broken Heart

by Kim Culbertson

Instructions coverThis book is about how a performing arts high school student named Jessa weaves her way through a trip to Italy with some unsavory people, unexpected interfering from an America-based friend, and a lot on her mind.

Instructions for a Broken Heart is quite the page turner, because it really signifies how high school students sometimes get caught up in everything around them, yet miss what's right in front of them. Also, aside from that; it's very realistic.

If you enjoy stories with twists and the occasional bit of revenge, I'd definitely recommend it. People who like to explore situations and experiences through books would find a great plot here in Instructions for a Broken Heart.

Tabitha, 14

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Insurgent

by Veronica Roth

Insurgent coverIn the continuation of Divergent, Insurgent follows the adventures of Tris and Four as they escape from the Erudite faction and the Dauntless who have betrayed them. They attempt to hide in Amity, but even the peacemakers can't shield them from the power of their enemies--so they turn for help in the most unexpected places and meet familiar faces.

I loved Insurgent! Although it focused more on Tris and Four's relationship than I would have liked, Insurgent was definitely not a letdown from its groundbreaking predecessor.

Anyone who enjoys the dystopian genre, loves Hunger Games (or anything similar), and is in for fast-paced excitement and a bit of romance would love this book.

Erica, 16

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