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The Alex Crow

Out of all of the books I have read by Andrew Smith, The Alex Crow is the most unique story. The fact that Smith can take multiple stories and deftly weave them together shows what a talented writer he is. I admit that I was confused by the...

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Isla and the Happily Ever After - Loose Trilogy, #3

Finally! This book has been long awaited and wished for! Stephanie Perkins really knows how to strike the heart strings with her characters. Isla has been in love with Josh since her freshman year. But she feels like she's never been notice...

4 Stars

Ship Out of Luck

I found this novel to be funny, witty, and possess a positive storyline from beginning to end. Whether you are a young adult reader or older, this book has plenty of three dimensional characters to cheer on. Antsy is back and is brainy as u...

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Everything Leads to You

This is a book about pieces. Pieces of a broken heart destined to heal. Pieces of a life steeped in lies and secrets. Pieces of a set, on a movie that becomes the gateway to something EPIC! The first 100 of this read seem to go around in ci...

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Just One Year

Just One Year is the sequel to Gayle Forman's Just One Day. This book picks up after Willem and Allyson get separated. It follows Willem's wanderlust and search for Lulu. I enjoyed that we got a look into everything that Willem went through...

4 Stars

17 & Gone

17 & Gone will pick you up by your toes and never let go. From the beginning I never knew what to believe and I was on the edge of my seat the entire time wondering where this intense story would take me. Lauren has started seeing visions o...

5 Stars
  • Author: Nova Ren Suma
  • Review by: Crystal
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: Supernatural, Suspense: Action / Thriller, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Dutton Juvenile

Where She Went

I'd like to begin by saying that I LOVED that this story was told from Adam's P.O.V., it really helped the story. The fact that Gayle Forman is amazing crossed my mind quite often as I tore through Where She Went. Her writing is beautiful a...

4 Stars

The Different Girl

The Different Girl was not what I was expecting. It was strange to say the least and I am not sure I personally understood most of what was going on. In this story there are three girls who are exactly alike except for their hair color. The...

3 Stars
  • Author: Gordon Dahlquist
  • Review by: Crystal
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Contemporary, * Science Fiction, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Dutton Juvenile

The 39 Deaths of Adam Strand

For a story about a boy who continually attempts suicide and ultimately succeeds although an unknown force brings him back to life, readers sure aren't quite given an answer as the the how and why questions that arouse while reading the sto...

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  • Author: Gregory Galloway
  • Review by: Emireally
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: Supernatural, * Science Fiction, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Dutton Juvenile

Just One Day

Gayle Forman is that author you just know you are going to love. After reading If I Stay I knew I had to get my hands on Just One Day. I am very happy to report that not only did Ms. Forman meet my expectations she far exceed them with her...

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Where She Went

Adam has it all: he is the singer/song writer for super hot indie, emo band, Shooting Star; his band is about to take off on a European tour and he has a rising star actress live-in girlfriend. At the same time, he can't control his anxiety...

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