- The Girl Who Could Fly – Victoria Forester
- Along for the Ride – Sarah Dessen
- Waiting for You – Susane Colasanti
- Knucklehead: Tall Tales and Almost True Stories of Growing Up Scieszka – Jon Scieszka
- Princess of the Midnight Ball – Jessica Day George
- The City of Ember – Jeanne Duprau
- The September Sisters – Jillian Cantor
- City of Bones – Cassandra Clare
- City of Ashes – Cassandra Clare
- Sophomore Switch – Abby Mcdonald
- If I Stay – Gayle Foreman
- The Forest of Hands and Teeth – Carrie Ryan
- The Doll People – Ann M. Martin
- City of Glass – Cassandra Clare
- Breathing – Cheryl Renee Herbsman
- Jessica’s Guide to Dating on the Dark Side – Beth Fantaskey
- Hattie Big Sky – Kirby Larson
- Teen Idol – Meg Cabot
- Me, the Missing and the Dead – Jenny Valentine
- Escape! The Story of the Great Houdini – Sid Fleischman
- Wings – Aprilynne Pike
- Keturah and Lord Death – Martine Leavitt
- Going Too Far – Jennifer Echols
- The Dead and the Gone – Susan Beth Pfeffer
- The Wednesday Wars – Gary D. Schmidt
- Unwind – Neal Shusterman
- Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy – Gary D. Schmidt
- Love You Hate You Miss You – Elizabeth Scott
- A Kiss in Time – Alex Flinn
- Switch – Carol Snow
- Catherine, Called Birdy – Karen Cushman
- Boys Adrift: Five Factors Driving the Growing epidemic of Unmotivated Boys and Underachieving Young Men – Leonard Sax
- Suite Scarlett – Maureen Johnson
- If I Stay – Gayle Forman
- The Summoning – Kelley Armstrong
- A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes from My Kitchen Table – Molly Wizenberg
- A Long Way From Chicago – Richard Peck
- A Year Down Yonder – Richard Peck
- The Luxe – Anna Godbersen
- Hitler Youth: Growing Up in Hitler’s Shadow – Susan Campbell Bartoletti
- The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society – Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
- A Season of Gifts – Richard Peck
- Al Capone Shines My Shoes – Gennifer Choldenko
Cute, but it wasn’t until the last 50 pages that I really loved it. Kind of a slow start.
One of her best. But then, I love Sarah Dessen; you know that.
Fine, but not great. She gets touted as the next Sarah Dessen sometimes and I just don’t buy it.
So amusing. Makes me want six boys, almost.
A nice retelling, although not quite at the “Beauty” level for me. Also, JSD was one of my father-in-law’s students which I think rocks.
Oh my heavens, this book was so long.
Too dadgum depressing for me.
Romance and snark. My two favorite things in a book.
Poor Simon. And yet, I was absolutely solidly Team Jace.
I . . . did not like this book at all. The characters kept saying “totes” instead of “totally.”
Oh my heavens, I loved this book.
Your own life has never looked so good.
Somehow I missed the fan wagon on this one. Fine, but not wonderful.
A nice conclusion to a good trilogy. Also, I’m finding that the people who hate Edward/Jacob also hate Jace. Interesting.
I had such high hopes for this book, but sadly, the main girl was just too whiny for me.
I loved Hattie and every page of this book. Read it.
This book was incredibly unmemorable. Somehow Meg Cabot, queen of YA, doesn’t quite do it for me.
I don’t know what to say about this book – it was an odd one.
I dreamed I got asked to write the sequel. I was terrified.
This book stretched on forever. Also, I was really surprised by the ending, not in a good way.
Surprisingly good, but a lot of swearing.
Just go read this book. What in the world are you waiting for?
A very quick engaging read, although the end kind of fizzed out for me.
Sad but also happy. I love Gary Schmidt.
Not one of my favorite retellings – both characters were sadly unlikable.
Cool concept, but it didn’t quite fulfil its potential.
I didn’t know what to expect from this book and it was even more not what I expected.
It is very fun to try and conceal your bawling in an airport terminal.
What a sweet book; the ending solidified this as a just darn good book.
Even better than A Long Way From Chicago.
This book was just fun.
Interesting in some parts, but a little slow in others
I loved this book. No wonder it’s such a best seller.
I am totally on the Richard Peck bandwagon now.
I liked this one better than the first book.