New Books for Teens 12/19/2009

Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl–“In a small South Carolina town, where it seems little has changed since the Civil War, sixteen-year-old Ethan is drawn to Lena, a new classmate with whom he shares a psychic connection”–from jacket flap

A Brief History of Montmaray by Michelle Cooper–Sophie keeps a journal while she is living in exile on an island off Spain.  While the war is brewing in Europe, it doesn’t touch her and her family’s lives until two German officers show up at the island.

The Tear Collector by Patrick Jones–Now this sounds interesting: Cassandra is masking as a high school student who does lots of volunteer work where she comforts her peers.  The truth is Cassandra is a vampire who feeds off the sorrow of others.  She needs desperation to be filled.  But when she falls in love with a human, she considers leaving the lifestyle.

More books follow

Perfect Mistake: A Privilege Novel by Kate Brian–Brian is back with a new series.  This one is called Privilege, and it sounds a lot like the Private series.  So if you like one, you will probably like the other.

Drama High: Keep it Movin’ by L. Divine–Jayd is excelling at her hair braiding techniques, but when she goes back to school it’s time for more drama

Witch and Wizard by James Patterson–Brother and sister Wisty and Wit are dragged out of their home and accused of being wizards, along with teenagers all over the country.  In addition the ruling regime is banning books, music and art.

Sharp Shot by Jack Higgins–There is another book about the Chance twins, Rich and Jade.  It’s another wild and crazy ride with a chase through an amusement park, a kidnapping, and staying one step ahead of the terrorists who are trying to kill the American President.

Queen of the Yard (Denim Diaries) by Darrien Lee–Patience is the leader of the BGR gang, the toughest female gang in the neighborhood.  When she decides to retire, the rest of her gang decides she will need to exit the way she entered:  by being subjected to a severe beating.  It’s not-quite-street lit for teens.

Breathless by Jessica Warman–Katie goes off to boarding school as a way to escape her brother’s mental illness.  At her new school, she makes friends and fits in easily, but she only feels comfortable underwater.

Charmed and Dangerous (The Clique) by Lisi Harrison–It’s more adventures for the Clique.

Click on the links to request a copy or see if it’s checked in at your local branch.

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One Response to New Books for Teens 12/19/2009

  1. Nicole says:

    Beautiful Creatures was a great book for being something like 600+ pages long. I definitely think a teen who likes fantasy/ magic plus romance, will greatly enjoy this book. It is slightly sad though 😦

    Breathless was an alright book. I read it a long time ago,sometime in the summer, but I did like it. It seemed realistic at the time, because everything wasn’t perfect.

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