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The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (Teen,Romance)
Favorite book ever!!! -- Added by gracehaskins on 07/22/2017

The Oddessy by Homer (Teen,Historical Fiction)
The Oddessy is a great novel full of adventure, love, and mythology. Highly recommend even though it is a hard read. -- Added by gracehaskins on 07/22/2017

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling (Teen,Other Fiction)
This book is the last book of the infamous series, "Harry Potter." In this book, Harry basically faces his worst nightmare, where Lord Voldemort, (also known as Tom Riddle, The Dark Lord, He-who-must-not-be-named, and You-Know-Who), has taken over, Ministry and everything. But in the end, as usual, harry comes to the rescue! But if any one thinks this is interesting, then i recommend reading books 1-6 first. -- Added by pahal on 07/21/2017

Caraval by Stephanie Garber (Teen,Science Fiction/Fantasy)
Scarlett has dreamed of attending the mysterious and magical Caraval since she can remember. For years she has written to the man in charge, Legend. However, the week before he wedding, she finally gets a response: three invitations to Caraval. When Scarlett, her sister, and a mysterious sailor go to Caraval, she had no idea what they had signed up for. This suspenseful fantasy/mystery will keep you at the edge of your sea wanting more. I feel in love with the characters and was shocked by every twist and turn in this book -- Added by oliviaschneider1203 on 07/19/2017

Spindle Fire
Spindle Fire by Lexa Hillyer (Teen,Science Fiction/Fantasy)
In this retelling of the well-known story of Sleeping Beauy, there are two sisters, each with a quest of their own. Isbe, the illegitimate child of the king, has left the palace and seeks the man who is her sister's true love and can save her sister from the "sleeping sickness." Aurora, the princess, seeks a way out of the dream world that she is stuck in, where nothing is as it seems. I would highly recommend this book to all teens who love fantasy and/or fairytale retellings. This story is full of twists and turns that will keep you wanting more! -- Added by oliviaschneider1203 on 07/19/2017

Lord of Shadows
Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare (Teen,Science Fiction/Fantasy)
A sequel to Lady Midnight.......... Such a great book about mystery, love and suspense -- Added on 07/19/2017

Lost Hero, The (Heroes of Olympus, The, Book One)
Lost Hero, The (Heroes of Olympus, The, Book One) by Rick Riordan (Teen,Other Fiction)
This is the first of five books in Rick Riordan's Heroes of Olympus series, the sequel series to his Percy Jackson books. This book is full of prophecy, adventure and humor and is full of the favorite characters from the beloved Percy Jackson books. There are also three new faces: Jason, Piper, and Leo, who find out the most amazing and most important secret of their lives and go on a dangerous journey because of it. -- Added by kylinkayd on 07/18/2017

Everything, Everything
Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon (Teen,Romance)
Maddy is a victim of SCID were she is allergic to everything. She lives in a house with her mom and her nurse Carla. Then, something unexpected happens and it all starts with a bunds cake. Olly. One word changes everything for Maddy. She wants to be experience everything. Maybe she does. If she does what will happen and what if it will be life changing. Find out by reading Everything Everything today. -- Added by supernova16 on 07/18/2017

When Dimple Met Rishi
When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon (Teen,Romance)
This book is really amazing. I think it really highlighted how different personalities can ultimately become something great in the end. I loved how their personalities contrasted and how their differences borught them together in the end. If this isn't a classic love story I don't know what is. -- Added by minaals on 07/17/2017

Tell Me Three Things
Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum (Teen,Romance)
1) I ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT. 2) YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY READ IT. 3) When an anonymous person emails Jessie Holmes offering to help her navigate her way through the new school, she seems skeptical at first, but eventually a friendship is formed. However, the anonymous person, called SN (Somebody Nobody), refuses to reveal his true identity. I was completely pulled into this year, and was so intrigued in finding out who the mysterious person was. Were the emails a joke or a genuine act of kindness? I guess you'll have to find out by reading it. -- Added by bellahabash on 07/17/2017