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The Giver
by Lois Lowry

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The Giver is a haunting story about twelve years old Jonas,who lives in an ideal,colorless,world according to the laws and rules. The author makes up for the rules,guidelines and restrictions.The features like not having any emotions or free will.You can also find some similarities between their world and our own.The novel presents the beauty and importance of the human condition.I think about the book is that it is not predictable and it shows the jonas started to change and act for the better and the giver gaves him more memories.I think other teens will like this book because this plot is amazing and the teens can related the book to our world and understand the importance of the community.

Scythe
by Neal Shusterman

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Over millennia, the human race has evolved to become more intelligent, more knowledgeable - adapting to ensure the survival of the species. But what if humans evolved past mortality? Scythe by Neal Shusterman explores this fascination “what if”, blending elements of sci-fi, coming-of-age, and dystopia to create a rich futuristic universe. In a perfect world where illness, famine, and aging have been eradicated, the only way to maintain population control is through random and unbiased killing quotas carried out by people called scythes. The biggest requirement to become part of this respected yet feared group of life-enders is that one should never want to be one. So when main protagonists Citra and Rowan are chosen to compete for a position in the scythedom, it becomes clear that there is no winning in this apparent utopia. I absolutely loved this book and how thought-provoking it was. I highly recommend this book and the trilogy it belongs to to any teenagers who enjoy the dystopian genre.

Born A Crime
by Trevor Noah

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Easy read, interesting to learn about apartheid from Trevor’s viewpoint

This Is Black Panther
by Alexandra West

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great book and good marvel story

If She Knew (A Kate Wise Mystery—Book 1)
by Blake Pierce

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Brings you back to why you choose the career you do.

Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone
by J.k. Rowling

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It was pretty good! :D I like how there were a lot of plot twists in the story, and things we weren't suspecting. The ending was a little cliche, because I guessed that Harry and his friends would probably get rewarded in some way for what they'd done, which they did.

Super Fake Love Song
by David Yoon

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Super Fake Love Song is a romance novel written by David Yoon. Sunny Dae and his two best friends were self-declared nerds. When he finds his new neighbor, Cirrus Soh, confident and cool, he gives her the impression that he is in a rock band when she mistakens his brother’s, Gray, rock-themed bedroom as Sunny’s. In a blink of an eye, Sunny is stuck in a pool of lies and begs his two best friends to create a fake rock band with him. They fully act out the lie, which slowly gives them recognition with Cirrus and with the rest of their high school. However, things begin to go downhill and all his lies finally catch up to him. Super Fake Love Song is a relatable teen book which has humor, romance and teaches valuable lessons. I definitely recommend this book to people who enjoy reading romantic and humorful books.

The Holiday Swap
by Maggie Knox

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Absolutely adorable story. Like a Hallmark Christmas movie in a book. Exactly what I wanted to enjoy for Christmas!!

A Snicker Of Magic
by Natalie Lloyd

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so far it does not make sense of how the girl is thinking in my opinion

The Death Of Mrs Westaway
by Ruth ware

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Lots of twists and turns and really was a page Turner! I couldn't put it down!