Teen Book Reviews

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  • Intentions by Deborah Heiligman
    This book is about a girl named Rachel who is struggling through her parents' potential divorce, her good-girl-gone-bad friend, and confusing high school drama. Her whole life she has listened to Rabbi Cohn preach about how to live to help others, but she becomes suspicious as she hears things she should not hear and sees things she should not have to see. And to top it all off, she has been assigned to help one little boy which helps put everything into perspective....
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • Freakboy by Kristin Elizabeth Clark
    This book was very surprising. The main characters' point of view was very different from what I have read before. I really enjoyed that this book was in the format of a series of poems. Overall, this book was very interesting and gave me a different perspective of the world! This book was very inspiring and I recommend it to others....
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!

  • Pandemonium by Chris Wooding
    Clobbered. Kidnapped. False. Prince. Talon, a countryman darkling is outgoing. He wants to see beyond the kingdom. His dream will have to wait while he's kidnapped and placed as the missing darkling prince. In this book you will experience the journey of Talon as he develops the characteristics of a prince. But will it be quick enough? Find out in Pandemonium....
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • The Cutting Room Floor by Dawn Klehr
    This book was very interesting, and really targets the hardships of an average high school student. I loved how the book alternated between the two main characters' perspectives. This book gave me a better view of how people with different sexual orientations may feel. I think this book had a meaningful theme and that you should read it....
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!

  • Call The Shots by Don Calame
    I liked this book a lot. It didn't take a long time read it because I really liked it. It was exciting and funny at times. I would recommend this book to someone because I really liked it. I think you should buy the book for your library so more teens can read it....
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!

  • If You Find Me by Emily Murdoch
    This book is about two girls, Carey and Jennasa. They both lived in the woods with their meth-addicted mother. The mom writes a letter to parental services meaning they get to move into a better home with a new family. At first they don't want to, but finally they decide that it is the best option. The story describes the sister's adventures in the "real" modern world. A really thoughtful read....
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • This Is Not A Test by Courtney Summers
    The zombie trend is horrible, but this novel is not truly only about zombies. The main character is thinking of ending her life when her world is attacked by the undead. The story is full of twists and turns and asks one question: "What makes life worth living?"...
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • Pandemonium

    Clobbered. Kidnapped. False. Prince. Talon, a countryman darkling is outgoing. He wants to see beyond the kingdom. His dream will have to wait while he's kidnapped and placed as the missing darkling prince. In this book you will experience the journey of Talon as he develops the characteristics of a prince. But will it be quick enough? Find out in Pandemonium.... more

  • Pirate Cinema

    Overall, it is one of my favorite books. It has a lot in common with his other book, Little Brother. It takes place in the future where a boy runs away after shutting down his family's internet. Now he must survive in London on his own. It is very suspenseful and exciting and I really liked it. ... more

  • Dance of Shadows

    Dance of Shadows was a great book. It kept you reading it. Has a little bit of everything in the book so anybody who wants to read it can find something they like.... more

  • Who Needs Magic?

    Who Needs Magic? is an amazing book. It is about helping others and having hope. When the main character faces an enemy, she tries her hardest not to let that bother her. That is why I truly love this book. ... more

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