You And Me Always by Jill Mansell-  Book Review Book Review:A chain of events leads to unexpected romances, secrets and the discovery of true love in a small Cotswolds village in Jill Mansell's 27th book, You and Me, Always.
Book For Teens: Better Nate Than Ever By Tim Federle Book For Teens: Better Nate Than Ever By Tim Federle: is a charming story of a boy who sneaks away from home and falls in love with New York City
Book To Read - The Great American Whatever -  Tim Federle The Great American Whatever - Author Tim Federle previously has written gay-friendly books for tweens, but this book is for an older audience

You Know Me Well - Nina LaCour, David Levithan

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You Know Me Well -  Nina LaCour, David Levithan You Know Me Well is a novel written by acclaimed LGBTQ authors Nina LaCour and David Levithan about a gay junior and a lesbian senior who become fast friends.
The Square Root of Summer -  Harriet Reuter Hapgood The Square Root of Summer - Harriet Reuter Hapgood - is a coming-of-age novel about a smart, science-minded teen girl, Gottie, who's consumed with grief.

Book review: The Leaving -Tara Altebrando

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Book review: The Leaving -Tara Altebrando You need to know that Tara Altebrando's The Leaving is the story of six kindergartners who vanished without a trace, leaving no clues as to who might haven taken them.
The Memory Artist : Katherine Brabon's profound Vogel-winning novel Memory Artist is a story of interlocking layers that questions the power of art, our infallible nature
The Healing Party : Micheline Lee's exquisitely rendered debut novel The Healing Party, The major obstacle in the exquisitely rendered relationship between mother and daughter is Paul Chan, Natasha's father and Irene's husband
Stalker, Prophets of the Eternal Fjord, Month of the Midnight Sun Stalker, Prophets of the Eternal Fjord, Month of the Midnight Sun,Lars Kepler's novels are always tense and graphically violent
The Teacher's Secret:Suzanne Leal's novel of good and evil in a school The Teacher's Secret is a fast-paced novel thanks to its suspense and the way Suzanne Leal pictures the dilemmas of her characters.
Book Review: Anne Tyler tames Shakespeare’s ‘Shrew’ Author Anne Tyler has written a charming and witty adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew, moving it to Baltimore
 The Manifesto on How to Be Interesting  by Holly Bourne - Review Book The Manifesto on How to Be Interesting by Holly Bourne - Review Book. The protagonist in The Manifesto on How to be Interesting is a teenage girl named Bree.
How Hard Can Love Be? - Am I Normal Yet 2 - By Holly Bourne  How Hard Can Love Be? - Am I Normal Yet 2 - By Holly Bourne. This is the second book in the new Holly Bourne Normal trilogy and is COMPLETELY FANTASTIC
Soulmates by Holly Bourne - Children and Teenagers Book Soulmates by Holly Bourne for Children-teenagers. It is sadly true that Poppy Lawson is a very dull, highly un-enigmatic girl who has almost no quirks about her
Am I Normal Yet? - by Holly Bourne - Book Reviews Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne - is such a important novel that I urge everyone to read it. This book is about being normal, and desperately wanting to be normal.
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