|Jonah recommends Hero by Mike Lupica:|
"It keeps you guessing after every page, and it took an unexpected turn in the final pages."
|Jessica recommends Bloodlines by Richelle Mead:|
"It's the second series of a great number of books, full of romance, action, adventure, and mystery."
|Robin recommends 12 Years a Slave by Solomon Northrop:|
"Solomon Northrup tells how he survived being a slave for 12 years after being kidnapped from the north. He opens readers' eyes to understand what he, and many other slaves, went through and exposes the horrors of slavery in his own words."
|Martha recommends Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins:|
"It is both funny and romantic."
|Andrew recommends Divergent by Veronica Roth:|
"It was a great read and once I started I couldn't put it down."
|Tanya recommends Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell:|
"I definitely recommend this book! It was an amazing journey I happened to take at 2:00 a.m., but I couldn't put it down. Literally. I felt like it'd be a book many readers (hard-core readers) would be able to relate with. All of it, the romance and the humor. They all made an extraordinary plot."
|Elizabeth recommends Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard:|
"I recommend this book because it is a little spooky, but you can still relate to it."
|Emily recommends Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater:|
"This book contains thorough character development added with an interesting plot that tells a tale on individuality and life choices."
|Jocelyn recommends Dangerous Girls by R.L. Stine:|
"The story involves two teenage girls who become vampires during summer camp, one of them tries to restore her normal life, the other does not. This story is filled with adventures and mysteries."
|Glorielly recommends Smart Girls Get What They Want by Sarah Strohmeyer:|
"I recommend this book because being a nerd it was good to see for a change that the nerdy A+ student gets the guy and actually has a life other than studying."
|Chance recommends Lockwood and Co. by Jonathan Stroud:|
"I recommend it if you like ghost stories and horror."
|Daniyah recommends Drama by Raina Telgemeier:|
"A very good comic interesting and funny."
|Kenyan recommends Navigating Early by Clare Vanderpool:|
"You will never view ∏ (3.14 etc.) the same again."
|Alexa recommends The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak:|
"It's very descriptive. The author puts a lot of figurative language into the book that makes you read more and more. An absolutely breathtaking plot by the narrator, Death. If you like historical fiction and feel words are a source of power, this is the book for you!"
|Deniz recommends Dear Life, You Suck by Scott Blagden:|
"It takes you on a journey of self-discovery. The main character's life 'sucks' and wants out, but things start to change for him and he learns to let go."
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