Teen Read Week

Here we are, already at the end of teen read week.  But don’t let that stop you or your teen from reading young adult books.  Here are a few suggestions to get you started.

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher:  This was a great read with such unique voices and an interesting new way to present the story. I couldn’t stop reading this book even though I was nervous to find all of the reasons and people involved. It was definitely a haunting tale that I would recommend.

The Beginning of After by Jennifer Castle:  This is a great story of learning to deal with death and the guilt of living. I was immediately pulled into the story and found the topic a nice refreshing change from my current reads.

Die for Me by Amy Plum:  A great debut novel that is sure to win over readers. A classic teen fantasy love story set in France with fun new characters and myths.

Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz:  If you haven’t read this series, you should.  This series has a great twist to the vampire mythology and entertaining characters. I also enjoyed the mix writing styles that De La Cruz has in her first few books.

Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer:  A fascinating look at a drastically altered society due to the moon moving closer to earth.  An intriguing tale that is sure to capture you attention.

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