Teen Book Reviews

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  • What I Saw And How I Lied by Judy Blundell
    This book is very well-written. This book is an adventure through a maze of twists and turns that you never see coming. I loved it. A little slow starting out, but once it gets interesting it's off and running. I enjoyed this book very much!...
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  • The Iron King by Julie Kagawa
    I found this book to be the typical story of a girl who is part faery. The book had likable characters and some good action scenes, but I found it to lack uniqueness. This is for anyone who likes fantasy through, it is a good, quick read....
    Rating: 2 Check Catalog!

  • Dawn of the Arcana Vol. 1 by Rei Toma
    "Dawn of the Arcana" is a suspenseful love triangle that made me cry for Prince Ceasar because it feels like he's underestimated and doesn't get credit for what he does....
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  • Shortie Like Mine by Ni-Ni Simone
    This book speaks of a girl in our generation, but only in a different neighborhood. Seven's life is just like everyone's with troubles, but her life is just explained in a funny way. This book is entertaining. Read it!...
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!

  • Boys, Girls & Other Hazardous Materials by Rosalind Wiseman
    This book is one of the best books I have read! It's a lot of things combined in one, I mean out of the choices it's not 1, not 2, not 3, okay how long am I gonna do this for it's 8 things on the list. I could read this book, over and over again and I would never get bored. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone!...
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • Blood Is Thicker: Bluford High by Paul Langan
    This book had a simple but slightly emotional story which was a great read. Throughout the story the author does a great job of helping the reader empathize with Hakeem and thus, making this a page-turner. Also, unlike most stories the conflicts could occur in real life. I would definitely recommend this book for teens though there are small bits of violence and darker concepts....
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  • London Calling by Edward Bloor
    Martin hates his school and has banished himself to live in his basement. When his grandmother dies she leaves him a radio and he puts it on his desk as a nightlight. The radio takes him back to the London Blitz where he meets a boy who teaches him the true meaning of family and that there is more to the truth than is told....
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!