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Panic review by Lauren Oliver

YA books are more than just digestible, easy reads. They're often filled with rich scenery, involving characters, and inspiring quotes. This past year, we got a whole new crop of YA treasures from authors like Julie Murphy and Lauren Oliver.

The Storyteller – Jodi Picoult. AN ABSOLUTE MUST-READ! One of my favorite books of all time

The Storyteller - Jodi Picoult // Another pinner: "A young woman grapples with a shocking request—and the limits of forgiveness—in Jodi Picoult's new page-turner." MEW: Amy D. recommends this.

50 Books Like Divergent http://www.xxchromosomes.com/2014/03/50-books-like-divergent.html

50 books like Divergent

50 Books Like Divergent - read a bunch of these and loved them! A lot of the ones I hadn& read were on my book list, and the few that weren& are going there! :D

17 books for teens coming this spring. These are perfect for both young adults and adults! Including a mix of fantasy and fiction for both girls and boys.

Young adult books and novels. 17 books for teens coming this spring. These are perfect for both young adults and adults! Including a mix of fantasy and fiction for both girls and boys.

These books worth reading put a twist on your favorite classic fairy tales. Including great books for teen and for adults, too.

20 Fairy Tale Retellings for Adult Readers

9 books you should have read in high school that are totally worth reading now. If you didn't read these in high school, don't worry: you'll enjoy them more as an adult anyway.

9 books you should have read in high school that are totally worth reading now.

9 books you should have read in high school that are totally worth reading now. If you didn't read these in high school, don't worry: you'll enjoy them more as an adult anyway.

15 Best Dystopian and Post Apocalyptic Fiction Books for Fans of the Hunger Games

15 Best Dystopian and Post Apocalyptic Fiction Books for Fans of the Hunger Games

15 Best Dystopian and Post Apocalyptic Fiction Books for Fans of the Hunger Games omg my fav book *aka legend* is there).

From New York Times bestselling author, Patrick Carman, a new teen trilogy of epic proportions. In this fantasy-adventure set in 2051, Faith Daniels discovers that she has a “pulse,” or the startling ability to move objects with her mind. Fast-paced action scenes, a tender love story, and a world not too distant from our own provide a thrilling edge-of-your-seat read.

In the year Faith Daniels discovers that she can move objects with her mind. This telekinetic ability is called a "pulse," and her mysterious classmate, Dylan Gilmore, has the talent, too.

I loved how even though Delirium is a futuristic dystopian book, there were so many parts that felt exactly like life today. I enjoyed the first 350 pages, but it was really the last 100 that had me screaming for absolute joy and loving this book with every fiber of my being!

Review of Delirium by Lauren Oliver

Delirium (Delirium, by Lauren Oliver - A little love makes people crazy in this dystopian YA novel. A good series to try if you have already read Hunger Games and Divergent.

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