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What Teens Are Saying About What They Are Reading, vol. 3

2013 May 6
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It’s time for more teen book reviews. I love these Teen Choice Best Books posters; the teens who write them will often pull out a scene or a character to focus on that perhaps I didn’t remember. The Teen Choice Best Books will lead me to new titles I have never tried before, and often these signs encourage me to reread a novel. The suggestions from teens in this round may not be new, but they might be new to you. Previous “What Teens Are Saying” posts:

Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld (2010 Best Books for Young Adults)

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Department 19: The Rising by Will Hill

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Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West by Gregory Maguire (Outstanding Books for the College Bound: Literature and Language Arts)

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Kieli, vol. 1 by Yukako Kabei (2009 Great Graphic Novels for Teens)

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Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins (2011 Teens’ Top Ten)

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Fullmetal Alchemist, vol. 1 by Hiromu Arakawa (2011 Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults: What If…)

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But I Love Him by Amanda Grace

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Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare (2011 Teens’ Top Ten)

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If you check out the books I am currently reading, you will see that when it comes to my choice of novels I am often late to the party. It’s not uncommon for me to discover a popular novel and really enjoy it years after it made its fame. When friends ask for recommendations, don’t assume they need what is new and now; good fiction is always in style.

– Laura C. Perenic, currently reading Cinder by Marissa Meyer and Insurgent by Veronica Roth, both from the 2012 Teens’ Top Ten

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