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Teen Corner Book Reviews

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Sinner

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Stiefvater, Maggie(2014)Recently Added Review
Sinner
Young Adult

Sinner, the fourth book in the Wolves of Mercy Falls series continues the love story of Cole and Isabelle. Back in Los Angeles after a year spent as a wolf in the wild, Cole is now the star of reality show and up to his old rocker hijinks, but hopefully remaining sober. While the story focuses on Cole it is told from both his and Isabelle’s viewpoints. It is also a story of redemption as Cole must come to grips with effects of his past actions. Sinner will hook the reader right from the beginning which depictions of Cole’s telephone radio interview. Fans of this series will enjoy this next installment.

Reviewed by Marie H., ImaginOn

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More Happy Than Not

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More Happy Than Not
Young Adult

Aaron Soto could really use the memory-altering miracle procedure of The Leteo Institute. Growing up poor in his tough Bronx neighborhood, living through his beloved father’s suicide and surviving his own attempt are just a few of the reasons why Aaron feels so depleted. He can’t seem to fully move on, even with his loving girlfriend by his side. Then he meets Thomas, whose open-minded and ambitious approach to life is more than refreshing. Aaron finds himself falling for Thomas, much to the dismay and hostility of everyone else around him. Silvera’s debut novel is a bittersweet exploration of sexuality, friendship, and what memories are worth holding on to.

Reviewed by Kaitlyn M., Morrison Regional

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The Dream Thieves

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The Dream Thieves
Young Adult

Rich Gansey, hard worker Adam, quiet Ronan, ghost-boy Noah, and not-psychic Blue are back in this sequel to The Raven Boys. The group is continuing to look for new leads on their quest to find the grave of Glendower, the ancient Welsh king with the power to grant them their hearts’ desires. Along the way they’ll discover new facts about the magical ley line that runs through town, and they’ll discover Ronan’s secret: he can bring back physical objects from his dreams. It starts small; keys to take Gansey’s Camaro on a joy ride… but how big can he dream? And how can the group use this power to help them protect the ley line from those who would drain it in selfish pursuits?

Reviewed by Marie H., ImaginOn

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Pretty Girl-13

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Pretty Girl-13
Young Adult

Sixteen year old Angie Chapman was kidnapped when she was 13 years old during a girl scout camping trip and doesn`t remember a thing. Now that she has returned to her hometown she must piece together the remains of her forgotten memories and try to resume a normal life. It doesn`t help that she feels like a 13 year old in a 16 year old body. Angie finds bits of her memories rising to the surface, but the more she finds out the more she wonders if the memories are hers or if there`s more than one person residing in her head.

Reviewed by Christine S., Morrison Regional

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Witch & Wizard

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Patterson, James and Charbonnet, Gabrielle(2009)Recently Added Review
Witch & Wizard
Young Adult

Imagine you woke up to find your world torn upside down by a “New Order” of government and were thrown into prison for having magical powers you didn’t know you possessed. This is the state that Whit and Whisty find themselves in after other high school classmates have gone missing - including the love of Whit’s life. Incarceration is no fun with abusive guards and rotten conditions, but Whisty and Whit find help from unexpected places beyond their own experience. This fast moving action adventure gives a glimpse into what could be an amazing series, as this brother and sister team discover their abilities and strive to save their family, friends, and even society from an evil regime with repression at its core.

Reviewed by Jeff G., University City Regional

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