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Thornghost

“Thornghost” was a fun, imaginative and amazing story. It pulls you in and takes you through a world seen through a young boy's eyes and unfolds a fantasy type world full of trolls, nightmares and talking animals. It reminded me a bit of Th...

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Marked - Sequel to Tracked

OMG OMG OMG!! How I haven't read this series before now is beyond me!! Book one is Tracked and Marked is the sequel. The covers are not the greatest, if you ask me, but I'm a diehard fan of this series now!!! Marked has got to be one of the...

5 Stars

Shopaholic to the Rescue

I’m so torn with this book. I loved the others but lately they have just been meh, this one included. It’s starting to seem that these are just not needed. This one just left me wanting something else. The characters were just meh, the stor...

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Confessions of an Imaginary Friend - A Memoir by Jacques Papier

Confessions of an Imaginary Friend, by Michelle Cuevas, is very unique. In the beginning I couldn't tell who was the real character and who was the imaginary one. When Jacques Papier comes forward as imaginary it was as much a shock to me a...

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Like It Never Happened

Like it Never Happened is the debut novel of Emily Adrian who launches into the YA genre with this compelling story surrounding Rebecca Rivers, the girl who finds herself part of the “it” crowd by being cast as the star of the school play....

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  • Author: Emily Adrian
  • Review by: Jessie
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Contemporary, * Young Adult, Debut Title
  • Publisher: Dial Books

The Boy Most Likely To

You want amazing? It’s right here in The Boy Most Likely To. This book has it and so much more. Who isn't a fan of Huntley Fitzpatrick? I pretty much died and went to book heaven with this bad boy. I've been waiting for some time for Tim's...

5 Stars

Jubilee Manor

This was an awesome sequel! I really loved book one and was ecstatic to read book two, and Jubilee Manor did not disappoint! In this sequel there are some great mysteries to be figured out. I will say that I figured out who the killer was....

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Not After Everything

This book was breathtakingly emotional and heartbreaking all in one. I know that the story and characters are going to stick with me for years to come. And Not After Everything will be one that will live on my shelves as soon as I pick up a...

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Tracked

Tracked by Jenny Martin is a highly original novel that is sure to become a fast favorite. The characters were all intriguing as was the plot. I love the idea of a teenage girl street racing. I read this book in one sitting, it is that good...

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  • Author: Jenny Martin
  • Review by: Rockchick
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: Debut Title, * Science Fiction, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Dial Books

The Door in the Moon - Chronoptika, #3

Well covers. I’m not a fan of the new ones. I miss the old covers. :( :) OK. Moving on. The Door in the Moon was beyond the most suspenseful of the three Chronoptika books. I stayed up until like 2am reading this thing, LOL, because who nee...

5 Stars

First There Was Forever

First There Was Forever was slow at the beginning but picked up a few chapters in. I was a little disappointed with the friendship between the two main characters. I expected best friends to be closer but their relationship seemed a bit one...

4 Stars
  • Author: Juliana Romano
  • Review by: Rockchick
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: Debut Title, * Contemporary, Romantic Elements
  • Publisher: Dial Books

Roller Girl

When her mom takes her and best friend, Nicole, to roller derby, Astrid falls in love. She immediately signs up for roller derby camp and is very disappointed when Nicole doesn’t join her. This graphic novel follows Astrid through her tough...

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The Slanted Worlds - Chronoptika, #2

I have to say that after reading book one I picked up book two and finished it in less than a day. This book, book two in the Chronoptika series is an amazing sequel. I loved it even more than the first book. The Slanted Worlds is faster pa...

5 Stars

Control

Zelia’s world is turned upside down within a matter of two days. When a horrific accident kills her father, Zel and her sister Dyl are tossed into a foster care system. Her sister is forcefully dragged out and Zel is adopted by a woman who...

5 Stars

The Art of Wishing

Margo McKenna likes to plan things out. She has already planned to completely blow away the competition at the auditions for her high school production of Sweeney Todd and earn the coveted role of Mrs. Lovett. Things go according to plan un...

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  • Author: Lindsay Ribar
  • Review by: Cute Writer
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Fantasy, Supernatural, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Dial Books

Obsidian Mirror - Chronoptika, #1

There is no question when it comes to Ms. Fisher's writing. It's great. This book really takes us for a ride. There are MULTIPLE stunning reveals. So why didn't I rate it higher, you ask? Well, the characters didn't grow as much as I'd have...

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  • Author: Catherine Fisher
  • Review by: Mmperkins
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Fantasy, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Dial Books

OCD, The Dude, and Me

This novel is perfect for young adult readers! OCD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, is a type of mental illness. Growing up can be a painful process; but how much harder is it when one feels different from the rest? Ms. Vaughn takes the seri...

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Remarkable

Remarkable is the best word I could use to describe the book “Remarkable” by debut author Lizzie Foley. The book setting has an atmosphere that is reminiscent of Dr. Suess’ Whoville. Everyone is remarkable at something, expect Jane Doe, whi...

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The Opposite of Love - Hardback January 2008

Emily Haxby's life seems to be spiraling out of control in spite of the best efforts of her friends and co-workers. A lawyer in a prestigious law firm, Emily enjoys the benefits of her job, but struggles under the workload her lecherous bos...

5 Stars