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The Iron Daughter Teen Book The Iron Daughter

4 stars.

Describe the book: Meghan is being held hostage by the winter court. It is time for the annual changing of the scepter of the seasons. Then, Iron Fey steal the scepter, killing a prince of the court, and Meghan is blamed for it. Soon , she learns that prince Ash is being controlled by a bug created by an evil sorceress. Ash attempts to kill her,

What did you think: I absolutely loved the book. My favorite part was when Ash admits he loves her, and allows himself to be banished for her.

Who would you recommend it to: Fantasy fiction lovers, or people who enjoy series

- F.M. (Grade 6) from Mukilteo Library



Julie Kagawa
TEEN KAGAWA
False Memory Teen Book False Memory

4 stars.

Describe the book: miranda wakes up on a park bench with no memory she walks to the mall which is right near by and trys to convince a mall cop of her story when sudenly a pressure builds up behind her eyes when it realeases suddenly everyone in the mall suddenly become terrifyed and runs exept one boy this boy peter claims to know miranda.

What did you think: the book was amazing lots of plot twists tons of action and a dash of romance i cant really say about favorite parts because it would spoil the book

Who would you recommend it to: sci-fi lovers,anyone who likes a good action novel

- R.F. (Grade 11) from Lynnwood Library



dan krokos
TEEN KROKOS
Into the Wild Juvenile Book Into the Wild

4 stars.

Describe the book: In the book a house cat goes out in to the wild and joins a clan. He has to survive the wild to live. When they came back to camp something bad happens. Find out what happens to the cats!

What did you think: I feel it's one of the best books in the world! My favorite part is when the cats get back to camp and somethig bad happens!

Who would you recommend it to: I think 3 graders to 8 graders how love animals!

- k.s. (Grade 6) from Marysville Library



Erin Hunter
J HUNTER
Allegiant Teen Book Allegiant

4 stars.

Describe the book: 3rd book in the divergent series The factionless take over, but Tris, Four, and a few others make a secret alliance to try to get out of the city and see whats outside the fence. Outside the fence, they find out they are a part of a large string of government expirements with genetics and behavior. They fight for the city's safety and reformation

What did you think: Oh. My. God. It is so amazing. The ending will leave you gaping for a long time. I really like how well thought-out the whole world is, and how it makes sense with events happening now. I couldn't put it down until I finished it. There are so many unexpected twists and characters and events that happen> You just sit there completely mesmerized!

Who would you recommend it to: grades 8 up, dystopian world/futuristic lovers

- E.L. (Grade 10) from Snohomish Library



Veronica Roth
TEEN ROTH
A Clockwork Orange book A Clockwork Orange

4 stars.

Describe the book: In a future London, Alex is the ringleader of a fighting, robbing, and raping gang. When he is caught by the government, his punishment is to have his personality and morals changed to make him a better person. But the question is, does forcing him into good make him a better person? Or is this making him a mechanical man... A clockwork orange?

What did you think: This is an exceptional book that really makes you question morality and how people become good. This book has a lot of made-up Slavic-based slang, so it's a bit tricky to read. However, it's totally worth it. Be warned, though; the constant violence and action makes it graphic in multiple ways.

Who would you recommend it to: Those who enjoyed "1984", "Lord of the Flies", etc

- N.R. (Grade 8) from Lynnwood Library



Anthony Burgess
FIC BURGESS
The Fault in our Stars Teen Book The Fault in our Stars

4 stars.

Describe the book: A girl named Hazel Grace Lancaster is living with cancer. When she attends a support group, a guy named Augustus Waters shows up and they end up falling in love.

What did you think: I loved the book and I could read it over and over again.

Who would you recommend it to: Definitely older kids

- T.Z. (Grade 6) from Arlington Library



John Green
TEEN GREEN
Forever Teen Book Forever

3 stars.

Describe the book: After the several crazy events that took place at the end of the previous book, Belonging, Rose learns that she's pregnant and wonders how to handle it, her being an "English" girl and Noah being Amish. In the aftermath of their reconciliation, will Noah's community welcome her back and marry him? Is that even how she truly wants to live?

What did you think: I liked it a lot, and finished it within a short amount of time, but was extremely disappointed with the ending. Several things happened within the story that were interesting but the ending to it all was so plain/dull/too "perfect". I was more invested in Sarah (Noah's sister) and Micah's side plot, to be honest. which ended earlier on.

Who would you recommend it to: gr8+, Amish, forbidden relationships, pregnancy

- A.K. (Grade 11) from Mill Creek Library



Karen Ann Hopkins
TEEN HOPKINS
Lovely, Dark and Deep Teen Book Lovely, Dark and Deep

4 stars.

Describe the book: After her boyfriend Patrick dies in a car crash, Wren recluses up to her dad's art studio up in the deep forests of Maine. She doesn't want to talk to anybody or do anything because of the guilt she and grief she feels. She also begins to feel mutually attracted to Cal, a guy nearby that lives with MS, and struggles to deal with her feelings.

What did you think: I really loved the simplicity of this book and the scenery described to me was beautiful, whether it be the woods, the ocean, the architecture, even to smaller things like the rooms and items/actions being used. The way it was written in Wren's scattered mind was somehow different than other books, a lot better. I got frustrated with characters!

Who would you recommend it to: gr7+, relationships, death, MS, hermit tendencies

- A.K. (Grade 11) from Mill Creek Library



Amy McNamara
TEEN MCNAMAR
Fahrenheit 451 book Fahrenheit 451

4 stars.

Describe the book: In a dystopian future, the totalitarian government hires firemen- not to put out fires, but to burn books instead. Guy Montag, a fireman, never questions his duties until ten years later, when a rapid turn of events makes him realize that maybe the government is wrong, and that he should make a stand- even if it costs his own life.

What did you think: This is the perfect classic for people who hate the mundane plots of other classics. This one is action-packed and violent. I also love that this book teaches us not only about the importance of literature, but also that we sometimes need to stop and really appreciate nature and other things in life rather than electronic entertainment.

Who would you recommend it to: People with brains...

- N.R. (Grade 8) from Lynnwood Library



Ray Bradbury
FIC BRADBUR
Crash Teen Book Crash

4 stars.

Describe the book: Julia is a girl who works at her family business and are having these visions of a crash. She has no idea when it will happen,or who it will happen to but she is determined to figure it out and stop it and these results shock her when they start geting worse.

What did you think: It was an amazing book. It had drama,action,romance everything a book lover could ask for. It takes you in and makes you the main character and the author has a little surprise for you at the end to get that second book.

Who would you recommend it to: I think people who love being the adventure.

- j.S. (Grade 6) from Snohomish Library



Lisa McMann
TEEN MCMANN
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