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In Love And Other Perishable Items, our heroine Amelia isn't interested in high school boys. Which is totally understandable.
Erin reviews The Girl In the Wall, a book that is TOTALLY more violent than The Hunger Games, with possibly a more kickass protagonist to boot?
A review of Paul Griffin's Burning Blue, a book about a girl burned with acid with a title that makes no sense.
When it comes to backstabbing, the three heroines of Burn For Burn could teach Regina George a thing or two.
A review of Carmen Rodrigues' 34 Pieces of You. It's out today! Why are you wasting time reading the review when you could be reading the book?
A review of C.J. Redwine's Defiance, a book I had to pull out the old fake family emergency trick to get away from.
Jenny reviews Stacey Kade's Queen Of The Dead, her little something on the side.
Erin reviews Lauren Barnholdt's The Thing About the Truth, a charmer of a book which no less makes her glad she's not still a teenager.
FYA may have found its alcoholic match in From What I Remember......
A review of Nation by Terry Pratchett, a book in which two teenagers get stranded on a desert island together, but strangely, do not have sexy times.
Forever Young Adult Presents: a review of The Difference Between You and Me by Madeleine George
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Pieces of Us by Margie Gelbwasser
A book review of White Crow by Marcus Sedgwick, a book that brings out the HELL NAH.
A book review of Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Under The Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Review of Winter Town by Stephen Emond
In The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler, two '90s teens get a glimpse of their future selves via time-bending access to Facebook.
Forever Young Adult presents a book review of Legend by Marie Lu
In Maggie Stiefvater's The Scorpio Races, two participants try to win the brutal competition for freedom and family.
In Jamie Callan's The Young and the Soapy, two soap-obsessed girls find themselves living out a real-life soap opera of their own.
YA superstar Sara Zarr is back to tackle another heartbreaking subject with How To Save a Life.
Meghan goes stargazing with Every Soul A Star by Wendy Mass.
Megan reviews The Shattering by Karen Healey, in which a trio of friends investigate a string of suspicious deaths in an idyllic New Zealand town.
A review of Never Have I Ever by Sara Shepard, the second book in the Lying Game series.
Megan didn't fully love the way it lies, but she had a good enough time with Sara Shepard's The Lying Game.
In Sean Olin's Brother/Sister, a pair of siblings (who'd have thunk!?) fend for themselves without their deadbeat parents.
Megan spends a Christmas in New York with Dash and Lily's Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan.
Meghan takes on a v. tough and serious subject matter in These Things Hidden by Heather Gudenkauf. (Read: look elsewhere for giggles and shizz.)
Posh reviews Pretty Bad Things by C.J. Skuse while shielding her eyes from its cover.
Megan becomes BFFs with The Year of Secret Assignments (aka Finding Cassie Crazy) by Jaclyn Moriarty.
Erin falls in love with Melissa Jensen's Falling In Love With English Boys but keeps it on the DL (just LOOK at the cover!).
Despite its dark and twisted nature, Erin enjoys Violence 101 by Denis Wright.
In All Unquiet Things by Anna Jarzab, the cousin and the boyfriend of a murdered girl team up to unravel the mystery behind her death.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Review of the Unsanely Awesome Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness
In Natalie Standiford's Confessions of the Sullivan Sisters, the eccentric matriarch holds the family inheritance hostage until the offending progeny delivers a formal apology.
A review of The Ask and the Answer, the second book in Patrick Ness' Chaos Walking trilogy, which will probably kill Posh because she love it so much (or at the very least, ruin her fingernails).