Teen Book Reviews

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  • The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
    This book is amazing and romantic. I thought that this book was very sad but had a beautiful story to go along with it. I bet that this book will be in the library for generations to come....
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • Take Back The Skies by Lucy Saxon
    Though this has the makings of a great idea, this book fell short for me in a few ways. I liked the characters, but often felt I was blatantly being told what they thought, rather than their dialogue and actions conveying it. I think Lucy Saxon will grow as a writer as time passes, so I will keep reading the series to see....
    Rating: 3 Check Catalog!

  • Momentum by Saci Lloyd
    This book is staged in a plausible scenario of the future; however, the plot seemed repetitive and was not my favorite. I was also very confused through the first chapters, as the writer repetetively uses a symbol as the name of a virtual reality machine most of the world is linked to. He does not explain this, and it confused me until I was far into the book. This book has a good setting and decent plot, but I did not like it very much. ...
    Rating: 3 Check Catalog!

  • A Blind Spot For Boys by Justina Chen
    Imagine this: Once you could see the world, your friends and family, but soon all this sight will fade and everything will be black. This is what happens to Shana's dad and this changes her life. This book truly questions the importance of happiness, bravery, and love. Also, there is another handsome guy named Four, but only in Spanish....
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • Boys, Girls, & Other Hazardous Materials by Rosalind Wiseman
    Honestly, when I first saw the cover of this book, I thought it would be one of those predictable middle-school books with boring middle-school problems no one wants to read about. But thanks to the saying, "Don't judge a book by its cover," I decided to try this book! And what do you know, I was judging this book completely wrong. Although I was right about the book having "middle school problems," the problems were very interesting to read about and actually taught me a bunch of lessons, such as not all adults are the same and can actually help you. Overall, I really enjoyed this book, but the only thing I didn't like was that there were too many characters which made the book hard to understand. "Boys, Girls, & Other Hazardous Materials" is a very unique book, showing the struggle of this generation!...
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!