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OK, #1 is actually an adult book, not a teen book. But it's still awesome and I've loaned it to several of my teen students, who all loved it. 1) "Neverwhere" by Neil Gaiman Richard Mayhew is a young man with a good heart and an ordinary life, which is changed forever when he stops to help a girl he finds bleeding on a London sidewalk. His small act of kindness propels him into a world he never dreamed existed. There are people who fall through the cracks, and Richard has become one of them. And he must learn to survive in this city of shadows and darkness, monsters and saints, murderers and angels, if he is ever to return to the London that he knew. 2) "The Billion Dollar Boy" by Charles Sheffield In The Billion Dollar Boy, rich, spoiled, overweight 15-year-old Shelby Cheever is bored, so he convinces his mother to take him on a space cruise. Without proper preparation, and drunk besides, he accesses the node network alone to visit the Kuiper asteroid belt and finds himself hurtled 27 light years out to the Messina Dust Cloud, where he is rescued by a mining family. On the three-month journey home, Shelby must learn how to do for himself in an environment where his wealth and pampered status mean nothing. 3) "The Drowned Cities" by Paolo Bacigalupi In a dark future America where violence, terror, and grief touch everyone, young refugees Mahlia and Mouse have managed to leave behind the war-torn lands of the Drowned Cities by escaping into the jungle outskirts. But when they discover a wounded half-man--a bioengineered war beast named Tool--who is being hunted by a vengeful band of soldiers, their fragile existence quickly collapses. One is taken prisoner by merciless soldier boys, and the other is faced with an impossible decision: Risk everything to save a friend, or flee to a place where freedom might finally be possible. 4) "Outward Bound" by James Hogan Fifteen-year-old Linc Marani is from the wrong side of twenty-second century L.A.'s tracks. Everyone he knows is addicted to dope, booze, and the violence that masquerades as bravado in life on the streets. When a chance at some cold hard cash is offered to him by a slick associate in a fancy Cadillac, Linc jumps at the bait--only to find himself sentenced to a juvenile labor camp when the heist goes sour. Labor camp: To Linc it means an aching, dawn-to-dusk grind--Marine bootcamp-style discipline with no hope of escape or parole. He is about to give up and accept this precisely regimented and miserable future when a mysterious psychologist offers him the chance of a lifetime. Can Linc overcome one of the worst neighborhoods on Earth by proving his worth on a mission beyond the stars? Enjoy!
Hunger games trilogy - Suzanne Collins Perks Of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky If I Stay - Gayle Forman Thirteen Reasons Why - Jay Asher The Percy Jackson & the Olympians - Rick Riordan Heroes Of Olympus - Rick Riordan The Maze Runner - James Dashner Before I Die (don't remember the author) A Thousand Splendid Suns, The Kite Runner & And The Mountains Echoed - Khaled Hosseini the books by Nicholas Sparks and Cecilia Ahern if you love romance The Boy in Stripped Pyjamas - John Boyce Go Ask Alice - Anonymous try reading books by Jane Austen you might like Dan Brown's books if you are into triller and mystery The Book Thief - Markus Zusak The Lord of the Rings - J.R.R Toklien
Indie books: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell Stardust by Neil Gaiman Looking for Alaska by John Green Coraline by Neil Gaiman Beautiful by Amy Reed Crazy by Amy Reed Clean by Amy Reed Over You by Amy Reed Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell ( NOTE: Very nice book, but if you're Korean, it's extremely racist. Lots of derogatory terms in there) Five Summers (forgot the authors name) Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli Here are a few more "popular" books, these are more common but still good reads. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling Divergent by Veronica Roth if i stay (forgot the author) The Spectacular Now The Perks of Being a Wallflower Wall Two Moons by Sharon Creech Shiloh (forgot the author) Uglies/Pretties/Specials/Extras by Scott Westerfeld
The ugglies series I don't remember the author. Perks of being a whileflower don't remember the author The Wicked Lovely series by Melissa Marr is AMAZING Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead Soul Screamers by Rachel Vincent Fallen series by Luaren Kate All of Ellen Hopkins books are great Go Ask Alice by Anonymous Letting Anna Go by Anonymous The Book of David by Anonymous Drake Chronicles by Alyxandra Harvey Heather Brewer is a good author Lying Game by Sara Shepard Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare House of Night by P.C Cast Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schreiber Crash Test Love by Ted Michael The Future of Us BH Jay Asher Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher Natasha Friend novels are pretty good Forget You by Jennifer Echols Hate List by Jennifer Brown Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols Crave series by Melissa Darnell Goddess series by Aimee Carter Evernight by Claudia Gray Beautiful Creatures by Kemi Garcia Bloodlines by Richelle Mead Shifters by Rachel Vincent
- the hunger games - the 5th wave - the perks of being a wallflower - these broken stars - across the universe - throne of glass - doon - the murder complex - if I stay - before I fall - don't look back - thirteen reasons why
Dangerous Days and/or its sequel, Blades, both by J. William Turner
Prep Idr who it's by, it's basically about a girl who goes to this fancy boarding school and the relationships she has with the peoe around her.


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