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you most definitely should! The Hunger
Games is all about the fight for life and death, set in a futuristic world
where society has been reduced to thirteen districts. When Primrose Everdeen,
member of the 12th district, is called to participate in the annual
Hunger Games, her older sister Katniss volunteers in her place. Now, Katniss
must fight to the death in the arena, while trying to figure out which boy she
Louder Than Words by Laurie Plissner
Ever since her family’s car crashed into a tree that snowy
night, Sasha has been unable to speak except through a computer with a robotic
voice. After four years, her body is healed, but her spirit and voice remain
broken. Then one day, a gorgeous, dark-haired boy named Ben answers Sasha’s
private thoughts—out loud. This boy can read minds (like Edward!), but it’s no
big deal in his family of unusually “talented” people. With Ben’s love, Sasha
begins to truly heal, but will he be able to stay with her forever?
The Mediator series by Meg Cabot
This series is like Twilight
in that it’s all about a supernatural love triangle. Suzie Simon is a teenage
mediator, someone who can communicate with ghosts and the undead. Her main goal
is to help them reach “The Great Beyond,” but that isn’t always the case. Suzie
falls for a 19th century ghost named Jesse who only she and some
other mediators can see. Jesse’s competition is Paul, one of Suzie’s fellow
mediators. Will Suzie end up with her beloved ghost, or the boy who she can actually
introduce to her parents?
Venom by Fiona Paul
Young and rich Cassandra Caravello has everything a girl
could want: beautiful clothes, exclusive party invitations, and a gorgeous and
wealthy fiancé. But when Cass stumbles upon a dead body, she is thrust into a
world of secret societies and monstrous murderers. Soon, she finds herself
falling for a poor artist named Falco who has a knack for getting into trouble.
Cass must decide between her two worlds, but choices like these aren’t always
Black City by Elizabeth Richards
In the aftermath of a horrendous war, 16-year-old Natalie
Buchanan and Ash Fisher fall in love. With Natalie being a human and the
daughter of a murdered government official, the last boy she was supposed to
fall for was a Darkling. Ash Fisher is a brooding half-blood Darkling boy, but
Natalie’s heart betrays everything she’s been taught when she meets him. Soon,
Natalie must choose between her recovering family and the boy of the same breed
who killed her father.
House of Night series by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast
Yay, another vampire series! Or should we say vampyre. When
16-year-old Zooey Redbird becomes a fledgling vampyre, she must attend the
House of Night boarding school in Tulsa, Oklahoma. There, she takes Vampyre
Sociology 101 and learns the ways of her breed. Becoming a full vampyre takes
four years, and 1 in 10 fledglings die in the process because their bodies
can’t handle the Change. Zooey works to defeat evil and become a full vampyre,
all while juggling multiple boyfriends at a time.
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