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The Possessions by Sara Flannery Murphy
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What do you do when the person you love dies? From an illness to a car crash, suddenly they are gone and there is nothing you can do about it. What was the last thing you said to them? What would you say if you could see them again? What is the... (more »)
Unearthly Things by Michelle Gagnon This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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There is nothing worse than losing someone you love. Whether you break up, they abandon you, or they may even die, you feel as if part of you always left with them. Turning every funny memory, you had of them blue, ever night darker, as you stay... (more »)
The Square Root of Summer by Harriet Reuter... This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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“This is what it means to love someone. This is what it means to grieve someone. It’s a little bit like a black hole. It’s a little bit like infinity.” Margot (Gottie) H. Oppenheimer is 17 when she starts to realize... (more »)
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The Ones by Daniel Sweren-Becker
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I never knew that being so different and unique could have such deadly consequences. Being uniform to everyone else, might just preserve your life in Daniel Sweren-Becker's book The Ones.    In The Ones, the protagonist, Cody, and her... (more »)
Dark Horses by Cecily von Ziegesar
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There has always been a tie to humans and horses, ever since humanity can remember.  From a means of transport, to farm labour, we even rode them into battles during wars. According to history, therapeutic benefits of horses were recognized... (more »)
Afterward by Jennifer Mathieu
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I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and I had originally signed up for a goodreads giveaway for no avail. Imagine my surprise when it ends up in my mail!! Anyway, this book is about a tragedy that strikes a sleepy... (more »)
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
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“I think the American Dream used to be achieving one's goals in your field of choice - and from that, all other things would follow. Now, I think the dream has morphed into the pursuit of money: Accumulate enough of it, and the rest... (more »)
Goldfish by Nat Luurtsema
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This book was pretty good. I mean, the main character is helping three extremely attractive guys perform at a talent competition doing synchronized swimming...which is odd. But they kind of understand how weird it is. So it's okay. The main... (more »)
Ruined (Ruined #1) by Amy Tintera
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The world had four countries: Lera, Vallos, Olso and Ruina. Like most worlds these four countries do not get along. Lera demand war against Ruina, by uniting Vallos and Lera by marriage. Ruina is in ruins as their country leader was killed, and... (more »)
Running for Water and Sky by Sandra Kring This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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After being unwanted for 17 years, Bless Adler doesn’t let anyone get to close besides her cat, Marbles.  But before she knows it, Liam Reid is able to break through her hard exterior and she finds herself falling in love. But the... (more »)
Time Zero by Carolyn Cohagan
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Mina Clark is a fifteen year old girl living in a futuristic Manhattan. All of Manhattan is ruled by extremists who dictate the lives of the citizens with extreme rules ranging from girls are not allowed to receive an education to not being... (more »)
Before We Go Extinct by Karen Rivers
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"J.C., who goes by the nickname Sharky, has been having a hard time ever since his best friend died in front of him in what might or might not have been an accident. Shell-shocked, Sharky spends countless hours holed up in his room, obsessively... (more »)
The Girl I Used to Be by April Henry
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 When Ariel Benson was dropped off at a Walmart when she was three, she thought that her father had killed her mother and left her there. Fourteen years later, and with the new name ‘Olivia’, she learns that her father was killed on the... (more »)
This Is Where It Ends by Marieke Nijkamp
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 “Told over the span of 54 harrowing minutes, terror reigns as one student’s calculated revenge turns into the ultimate game of survival.” An intense, heart-breaking story told from the point-of-views of four interconnected characters.... (more »)
The Days of Tao by Wesley Chu
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This was my first dive into Wesley Chu’s Tao series. While The Days of Tao was not a full novel length work, the novella still succeeded at being an interesting tale to both new and old readers alike. Our hero, Cameron Tan is spending the... (more »)
Admiral by Sean Danker
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In the class vein of Heinlein, Sean Danker spins a unique science fiction tale. A man wakes up with three recently graduated recruits in the Evaguardian military on a dying ship. The man is the last to wake and he appears to be an admiral. But... (more »)
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