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The Bone Sparrow by Zana Fraillon This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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You cried at The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. You were shocked by the unrestrained, grim reality in A Thousand Splendid Suns. Now, experience Zana Fraillon’s The Bone Sparrow, a combination of endearing childhood innocence and the cold,... (more »)
Soilder Boy by Keely Hutton
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Sometimes you are the type of person that focuses on their everyday life, and sometimes you are the person that donates to charity or watches the news every morning. Most people don't even realize that sometimes, there are wars that are kept... (more »)
Scorch Trials by James Dashner
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The Maze was supposed to be the end. Or so Thomas thought. But WICKED has more for them. Phase Two has begun:The Scorch Trials. Thomas and the Gladers have exactly 14 days to cross the Scorch-the most burned down place in the entire world. And... (more »)
Radio Silence by Alice Oseman
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If you are a nineties kid or later, you probably had the dream of becoming a YouTube star.  Because unlike television stars or actors, becoming a YouTube sensation is all about having that one video that goes viral, a decent fan base, and soon... (more »)
Recruits by Thomas Locke
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Recruits is about how 17-year-old twins Sean and Dillon Kirrell draw a creative alternate world, centered around a train station that they have been pouring all their ideas into. It has always been in their imagination, they thought, but they... (more »)
Pyromantic by Lish McBride
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Pyromantic by Lish McBride is a phenomonal, breath taking sequel to the book Firebug. It shows how one girl with real firepower has to deal with regular teenage problems, along with having to stay true to her blood contract as a employee of the... (more »)
Freya by Matthew Laurence
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Freya is an amazing book with surprising accuracy on ancient Greacean,aztec,hawaiian, and egyptian mytholgy. Matthew Laurence has amazing magic to be able to write a book that is fast and slow paced at the best times with the amazing plot... (more »)
Hunted by Meagan Spooner
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In a world where females had only one option: marriage. To be wed is the only way they can ensure they will be taken care of for the rest of their life, along with their parents if the girl has no brothers. For most this is okay, as their... (more »)
Long May She Reign by Rhiannon Thomas
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The kingdom is only as good as its noble men and women, was the common way people had thought. The King is great, he runs the country and makes most of the financing, the Queen’s job is to look pretty at his side, and most people adore the... (more »)
To Catch a Killer by Sheryl Scarborough
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Penguin Books claims that a mystery only needs to have five basic but important elements: characters, a setting, a plot, a problem, and a solution.       Now, for a basic mystery, this is fine. But a good mystery novel... (more »)
Replica by Lauren Oliver
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Ever since the dawn of civilization, there has always been certain cliches that appear everywhere, regardless of form, media, or genre. Among those cliches, there is another select group of cliches that everyone, and I mean, everyone, attempts... (more »)
A List of Cages by Robin Roe
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“The things I know stay in my head as I stand on my own two feet at the end of the day, and I walk back to my room with my journal to write my list of cages.”      This first mention of the title in the story is... (more »)
Ashes by Laurie Halse Andersen
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Eight years after the publication of Laurie Halse Anderson’s critically acclaimed Chains, Anderson is back with the final book of her Seeds of America trilogy, finally ending the adventure of the two African American characters we’d... (more »)
Running for Water and Sky by Sandra Kring This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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After being unwanted for 17 years, Bless Adler doesn’t let anyone get too close, besides her cat, Marbles. Yet somehow, Liam Reid is able to break through her hard exterior, and she finds herself falling in love. But the closer Bless gets... (more »)
The Running Girl by Simon Mason
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“The Running Girl” is a young adult crime novel set in England. The novel chronicles the story of Garvie, a teenager who takes it upon himself to solve the murder of his ex-girlfriend by helping Inspector Singh, the policeman... (more »)
Wait for Me by Caroline Leech
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The human species is full of light and love, but also destruction. People first realize this when the first World War stuck out. The pointless battle had countries picking sides, fighting all across Europe, showing what true destruction humans... (more »)
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