Aveyard, Victoria. Red Queen. Waterville, ME: Thorndike, a Part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2016. Print. In Mare's world, there is people with red blood and people with silver blood... nothing more. Or so everyone thought. Mare discovers power in herself that threatens to disrupt the whole balance of power. This book was amazing! It sucks you in and makes you feel like you are apart of the book. Whatever the main character Mare was feeling, I was feeling. It was amazing and I would highly recommend it.
Ryan, Jeanne. NERVE. London: Simon & Schuster, 2016. Print. When Vee starts playing the new "hip" game Nerve, she can't stop. The prizes the game offers is too big to not take. But suddenly when she's paired with the Ian and the game becomes deadly, they have to decide to risk their lives for the grand prize or lose Nerve. I loved this book so much! The dares they have to do put you on the edge of your seat and you can't stop reading. I would highly recommend this amazing book.
Riggs, Ransom, and Cassandra Jean. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children: The Graphic Novel. New York, NY: Yen, 2016. Print. The death of Jacob's grandfather takes him to a mysterious island. This island unlocks mystery and answers for Jacob, in which will never make him the same. I absolutely loved this book! Riggs incorporates real pictures he had found from garage sales, vintage stores, etc. and bases his characters upon them. It is book one in a three-book series and you just can't put it down.
Carter, Ally. I'd Tell You I Love You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You. Los Angeles: Disney/Hyperion, 2016. Print. Cammie is not an ordinary teenager. She is a spy in a very classified school that no one knows about. But when Cammie falls in love with an outsider, her school is in jeopardy of being found out. This was the very first book I read this year so you would think I wouldn't remember it. However, it was so good, I not only remember it but picked it at my top 5. It was super relatable for a teenage girl and was super fast pace, there are also 5 other books in the series! I would highly recommend it.
Sugg, Zoe, and Annemarie De. Vries. Girl Online. Houten: Van Goor, 2015. Print. This book is about a girl who suffers from anxiety and feels like she wants to disappear. However, when Penny, the main character, travels from England to New York for a family vacation, her world changes. She meets a boy and instantly falls in love with him, but wonders if they can stay together although they're thousands of miles apart. This book made it onto my top 5 list because I loved it so much! It was super fast pace and I never wanted to set it down. It was a romance but so much more than that and it was nothing like I had read before. I highly recommend it.