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In reply to an earlier post on 16 May 2014 14:18:37 BDT
Amy_G says:
Sacred is Nothing available on kobo

In reply to an earlier post on 12 Mar 2013 21:06:03 GMT
I Readalot says:
Take a look at Amazon's policy on self promo, only allowed in the MOA, chances are your post will be deleted for infringing the rules.

Posted on 12 Mar 2013 21:01:24 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 3 Feb 2013 11:48:10 GMT
Diane Brown says:
For good young adult novels I would recommend Spanish author Carlos Ruiz Zafon - so far I think only two of his young adult novels have been translated into English but they are really good, kind of dark thrillers - good for adults too (like me) - the ones I have read so far are The Prince of Mist and The Midnight Palace - and to be released soon are Marina and The Watcher in the Shadows. His adult novels are also brilliant and can't see why a young adult wouldn't enjoy those as well - they are a kind of trilogy - Shadow of the Wind, The Angel's Game and The Prisoner of Heaven.

Posted on 2 Feb 2013 21:08:14 GMT
Liked George Orwell's Animal Farm? Then this book is for you... Now at a lower price for your Kindle!
The Kingdom Of Magic

Posted on 28 Jan 2013 12:14:55 GMT
A. Rose says:
I've enjoyed all of these young adult books

Before I Fall
Soul Beach (Soul Beach Trilogy)
[Before I Die] [by: Jenny Downham]
You Against Me
When I Was Joe
Lia's Guide to Winning the Lottery (US Edition)
My Name is Memory
Summer Sisters

Posted on 27 Jan 2013 21:05:40 GMT
Dee says:
The Chemical Garden (1) - Wither



If I Stay

All very good ....

Posted on 26 Jan 2013 09:01:50 GMT
I would recommend Quinn loftis series of 'the gray wolf' series and 'elfin' there smazing books I couldn't put them down!!!

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jan 2013 10:40:45 GMT
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I Readalot says:
Not the place for self-promo Rachelle. Read the 'Important Announcement from Amazon' where all is explained.

Posted on 22 Jan 2013 17:29:26 GMT
Some of my Favourite books are in the 'Young Adult' genre/setting.

The Mortal Engines (Quadrilogy) - Phillip Reeve
The Magician's Guild (Trilogy) - Trudi Canavan

Posted on 22 Jan 2013 17:05:34 GMT
Core Collectors by me (Phillippa Spears) shameful plug i know :)

Posted on 22 Jan 2013 16:45:30 GMT
Nickyliz says:
Moon Spell (The Tale of Lunarmorte #1) one of my favorite trilogys (werewolves) or Vampire Academy (vampires) love both 3 in the tale of lunamorte and 6 plus a spin off series in the vampire academy couldn't tell you what to read first though :-D

Posted on 22 Jan 2013 14:58:26 GMT
maggie says:
Kathy Reichs has a new series out for teenagers (and adults) if like me you like her books.
Virals was the 1st book, followed by Seizure and Code has just come out.
The Northern Lights series by Phillip Pullman are also worth a try.

Posted on 22 Jan 2013 14:23:58 GMT
I just self-published a young adult realistic fiction novel, "Throwaways." It is set in 1984 where the main character deals with high school relationships and horrific actions taking place at a veterinary clinic where he works part-time. There is suspense and humor. I highly recommend this to animal lovers and young people interested in veterinary medicine or animal welfare.
M. Puffpaff

Posted on 22 Jan 2013 14:19:32 GMT
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Posted on 16 Jan 2013 18:29:49 GMT
Justice (Deck of Lies, #1) Just finished reviewing this.
Will posr ro my blog later. I liked it. A couple of holes, but just the right voice for a YA. I think there's four in the series.

Posted on 15 Jan 2013 13:23:18 GMT
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Posted on 20 Jul 2012 15:42:23 BDT
bookmuncher says:
There are many good reads in the post-apocalyptic/dystopian genres. Consider these:
- Blood Red Road by Moira Young. Post apocalypse, a teen girl chases after the men who kidnapped her twin brother, and gets help from a charming scoundrel along the way.
- The Shore of Monsters by David Nix. With all men dead or ruined by a monster-bourne plague, women carry on through medical means. When teenager Sky is abandoned in monster-infested ruins, she gets help from an unexpected source - the first normal boy she has ever seen.
- The Declaration by Gemma Malley. With everyone taking eternal youth drugs, children are considered surplus and relegated to servitude. A teen girl and boy escape from their service to seek those who reject the drugs and the world it has created.
- Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackmon. In an alternate reality UK, a dark-skinned majority rules a white-skinned minority. When a dark-skinned girl and light-skinned boy fall in love, a disastrous romance results, with national implications.

Posted on 24 Jun 2012 15:33:46 BDT
A. Stone says:
Some I've thoroughly enjoyed:

Percy Jackson
Noughts and Crosses
Perfect Chemistry
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
The Graveyard Book

Posted on 12 Jun 2012 21:13:06 BDT
ali Wortmann says:
What about the Chaos Walking series, v. exciting and well written!

In reply to an earlier post on 12 Jun 2012 19:31:39 BDT
cappucino says:
Many thanks - just realised that it was against the rules for me to punt it! Apologies

In reply to an earlier post on 12 Jun 2012 19:29:35 BDT
cappucino says:
Apologies, just returned to the site. You are quite right and I had failed to read the conditions

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jun 2012 16:31:40 BDT
Mostly Books says:
have you read 'When the wind Blows' and 'The Lake House' these are both adult books by James Patterson and his original stories with Max and the others in.

In reply to an earlier post on 7 Jun 2012 20:26:58 BDT
I'm 29 and I've just bought your book. I'll pigeon hole it in due course! :-)

Posted on 7 Jun 2012 20:21:46 BDT
I assume you have read all the Harry Potter books??? I also recommend the first few ''True Blood'' books, book 4 onwards gets a little wishy washy....then there's the ''Vampire Dairies'' but again, the books start to get a bit weird after the first two or three.

Depending on whether you are at the latter end of 'young adult', I can recommend Martina Cole, but she might be a little too 'adult'...her stories are rather violent, but I'm obsessed with her writing....
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