If you know of any teen books that have wrapped around your finger come and blog about them. You don't have to be teen to jion, anybody with a passion for teen books are welcome:)
Website: http://bookblogs.ning.com/group/bloggers teen books
Latest Activity: yesterday
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".
Hi all. I'm announcing a new website run by 18 authors (mix of indie and traditionally published) that celebrates tween literature. By tween, I mean higher than MG, but low YA. We launch on July 10,…Continue
Started by Michelle Isenhoff. Last reply by Michelle Isenhoff Jul 5, 2013.