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Bloggers for teen books

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Website: teen books
Location: international
Members: 267
Latest Activity: Nov 4

3 top favorites that many others shall love:}

This is a great book! It's filled with lots of twists and turns that keep you on the edge of your seat! Very well written, I can't wait to read the rest of the series! I am HOOKED!

Once I saw this book i didn't know what to expect but with a filp of a page i loved it! I hope that other readers love this book as much as i do:} This book is will make you sad once its over because you'll want to read more, and mote of it, hoping it nver ends, and if not i hope that you at least, thought the book was all right. But i hope that you love this book as much as i do:}

I loved this book from the start. This is a book of abandonment. It's a story that so many girls can identify with: Raised by a single mother with no father in the picture, seeking a father's love, the fear that everyone will abandon you as he did, and a selfish and emotionally-distant mother to boot. Tessa's mother is totally self-absorbed. I know women like this. My best friend's mother was quite a bit like this. Her needs came first instead of that of her children. Tessa is always second-place in her mother's life (or third or fourth). After she and her mother become residents of an isolated cult, Tessa feels more abandoned than ever as her mother thrives in the new community. Tessa turns to an older man for comfort and acceptance. Her new peer group of older men causes her to deal with situations that she is not prepared to deal with. These situations were especially interesting to me, because they sort of start out thrilling and warm and cozy and enlightening, and Tessa thinks how wonderful these experiences are, but then reality sets in. She begins to lose herself and feels her life spiraling out of control. I think that most of us can identify with the feeling of hitting bottom... "Just go home, I tell myself. Just sneak into your bed and close your eyes and crawl between the sheets. Alone and quiet I can piece myself together; the world will slow to steady and I'll find solid ground again." I really liked this story. Warm and gentle, stirring memories of my childhood, with moments of heartbreak, I would recommend this "coming of age" story to anyone. Please be warned that, although this is young adult, there is quite a bit of vulgarity in it, so be wary if this offends you or if you are concerned with exposing your child to foul language and other "adult situations".

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Comment by Mk - on November 4, 2015 at 12:54pm

Book Giveaway: Goodbye Stranger by Rebecca Stead

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Comment by Fuentes on November 4, 2015 at 9:09am

The Sand Prince by Kim Alexander

The plot is interesting, the characters are good but the story takes too much time for the action to really begin. Frustrating as it could be, every time I was on my way to put the book down, the author was coming up with new twists that kept me interested.


Comment by Mk - on October 23, 2015 at 10:06am

2-Book Giveaway: Jackaby & Beastly Bones - Don't Miss It!

William Ritter may have written Jackaby and Beastly Bones for YA's but they'll have to pry it out of your hands first. Enter to win both at and see why I say that...

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Comment by Fuentes on September 19, 2015 at 1:47pm

In Plain Sight by Senayda Pierre

The author has a way with emotions. Lovely read!

Love stories with legend and spirit animals... This story is more about true mates, destiny, choices and the impact of family history and education on our way of dealing with life.
It was really a cool awesome read.


Comment by Mymcbooks on September 7, 2015 at 7:55am

Giveaway: A Tale of Light and Shadow, Book 2: Secrets of Neverak. Ends Sept 13th

Comment by Ottilie Weber on September 5, 2015 at 6:31pm

I am currently having a labor day sale for all of my ebooks. All novels will be $0.99 for a limited time and all novellas will be free. To read the details click here:

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Check out my review on the YA book Dorothy Must Die By Danielle Paige:

Comment by Ottilie Weber on July 31, 2015 at 12:19pm


I am releasing my Young Adult novel Project US early! Just in time for a summer read! you can check out about the book and where to get it on my blog.

Rachel is used to being in control of her emotions, never letting anyone get close to the real her. Nick is exactly the kind of guy Rachel has been trying to avoid getting involved with. Yet, when their school arranges a mysterious project that puts them together, they soon become trapped in a marriage that turns out to be real and legally binding, and they aren't the only ones.

While their parents try to get four hundred students out of these marriages with legal help, the teenagers must live in a compound with their respective spouses for the duration of the project. Being trapped together leaves no room for denials. As Nick begins to fall for Rachel, she does everything in her power to avoid his charms and protect her heart. All she wants is to get out of the marriage, but does she truly want out, or is she only lying to herself?

Comment by Ottilie Weber on July 26, 2015 at 11:36am

Project US is a Young Adult novel that will be released on August 7! In this Leading Lady post you get to meet Rachel who is the main character of Project US it also includes a sample of a chapter in the book!


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