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Top 5 Books of 2016-2017

Sophia Lindquist

The Hunger Games: Suzanne Collins

The Hunger Games: Suzanne Collins

I LOVE THIS BOOK SO MUCH! This series has everything I want in a book or story, conflicting romances, dystopian world, and a female protagonist. This and The Book Thief are probably my two favorite books ever. I recommend this entire series and it is so worth the read. Honestly I will probably read this all the time for the rest of my life.

Collins, Suzanne. The Hunger Games. New York: Scholastic, 2014. Print.

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Bad Girls Don't Die: Katie Alender

Bad Girls Don't Die: Katie Alender

This book is a really good mystery/scary read. The story is pretty good, but the best part is the back stories that make up the characters. I like the ghosty stuff and the creepiness to it. Also there are relationships involved and I love when there is some kinda love story thing involved. It had all the parts I love to a story. I recommend this for anyone who loves a romance and a creepy story.

Alender, Katie. Bad Girls Don't Die. New York: Hyperion, 2010. Print.

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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children: Ransom Riggs

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children: Ransom Riggs

This book was not one of my typical reads. I enjoy reading realistic fiction for the most part, so fantasy was a little different. I loved the relationships in this book and how there was some foreshadowing going on. This book is a wild ride of things I didn't even think could happen and I loved all the characters involved. Everything about this book is interesting.

Miss Peregrines Home For Peculiar Children. Place of Publication Not Identifiedpublisher Not Identified: n.p., 2017. Print.

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Thirteen Reasons Why: Jay Asher

Thirteen Reasons Why: Jay Asher

A lot of people already know about this book because of the Netflix series that came out about this, but the book is a whole other sensation. I think while reading this I was waiting for something to happen that would make everything better, but it was just reality the whole time. I think that because it was so real that made me really appreciate this book more. It is very graphic, but it is worth the read.

Asher, Jay. 13 Reasons Why. London: Penguin, 2017. Print.

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The Book Thief: Markus Zusak

The Book Thief: Markus Zusak

This book was really interesting. It is told from the perspective of death, so practically in third person because he is watching over the story. Another amazing part of this book is that it provokes so much emotion. At one point in the story, I was crying just because of the plot. It is also told about the time of World War 2 so it does a great job of using history to tell the story. I love this book and it is my absolute favorite and I hope you enjoy it too!

Zusak, Markus, and Trudy White. The Book Thief. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2016. Print.

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