Teen Book Match
Thanks for visiting our website and for your Book Match request. Also by D.J. MacHale is the new Morpheus Road series. Here are a few more titles you might enjoy:
Thanks for visiting our website and for your Book Match request. I also enjoy stories featuring science fiction plotlines like Life As We Knew It. Also by Susan Pfeffer are the companion novels The Dead and the Gone and This World We Live In. Here are a few more titles you might enjoy:
For City of Bones, I would recommend,
Lament (and its sequel Ballad) by Maggie Stiefvater.
On the day of an important music competition, talented but painfully introverted and nervous Deirdre Monaghan is helped to perform by the compelling and enigmatic Luke Dillon and finds herself inexorably drawn into the mysteries and dangers of the faerie world.
Wicked Lovely (and its sequels Ink Exchange and Fragile Eternity) by Melissa Marr .
Apparently, you are not alone! There are a lot of holds on The Reckoning in our catalog. Here are some more titles that I hope you will enjoy!
Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead
Rose Hathaway knows it is forbidden to love another guardian. Her best friend Lissa – the last Dragomir princess- must always come first. Unfortunately, when it comes to gorgeous Dimitri Belikov, some rules are meant to be broken……
A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
After the suspicious death of her mother in 1895, sixteen-year-old Gemma returns to England, after many years in India, to attend a finishing school where she becomes aware of her magical powers and ability to see into the spirit world. If you like this one, it is part of a series - #2 is Rebel Angels and #3 is The Sweet Far Thing.
While I haven't read Summer Boys by Hailey Abbott, I see we have several other titles by her and they look like they would be summer romance books, too.
Meanwhile, here are three other titles you might like.
Have you read the series Hungry City Chronicles?
First book in the series is: Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve
In the distant future, when cities move about and consume smaller towns, a 15-year-old apprentice is pushed out of London by the man he most admires and must seek answers in the perilous Out-Country, aided by one girl and the memory of another.
Crash Into Me by Albert Borris.bm
Introverted Owen, brash confabulator Audrey, struggling lesbian Jin-Ae, and alcoholic Frank don't seem to have much in common, but they bond online over a shared interest: to commit suicide. Some of them have already made repeated attempts, and now they make a pact. They take a cross-country road trip from New Jersey, visiting the graves of famous people who have killed themselves, that will culminate at Death Valley.- Meredith Robbins
If you enjoy romance, here are some titles you may like:
Confessions of a NOT IT Girl by Melissa Kantor.
High school senior Jan Miller is convinced she's destined for the world's least fabulous life because she doesn't have IT. But, maybe, just maybe, being a Not It Girl will turn out to have some major rewards.
Flavor of the Week by Tucker Shaw.
Cyril, an overweight boy who is good friends with Rose but wishes he could be more, helps his best friend Nick woo her with culinary masterpieces which Cyril himself secretly creates. Includes recipes from the story.
Here are some books I hope you will like, based on your interest in Go Ask Alice.
Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You by Peter Cameron.
Eighteen-year-old James living in New York City with his older sister and divorced mother struggles to find a direction for his life.
If you like The Pale Assassin and historical fiction, you might like these:
The Red Necklace by Sally Gardner
In the late eighteenth-century, Sido, the twelve-year-old daughter of a self-indulgent marquis, and Yann, a fourteen-year-old Gypsy orphan raised to perform in a magic show, face a common enemy at the start of the French Revolution.
The Stolen One by Suzanne Crowley
After the death of her foster mother, sixteen-year-old Kat goes to London to seek the answers to her parentage, and surprisingly finds herself invited into Queen Elizabeth's court.
The Luxe by Anna Gobseren
In Manhattan in 1899, five teens of different social classes lead dangerously scandalous lives, despite the strict rules of society and the best-laid plans of parents and others.