Wonder by Raquel J. Palacio Warcross (#1) by Marie Lu The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern A Fairy Tale by Jonas T. Bengtsson Pocket Kings by Ted Heller Love and Other Four-Letter Words by Rolyn Mackler Golden Boy by Tara Sullivan Takedown by Allison von Diepen How I Stole Johnny Depp’s Alien Girlfriend by Gary Ghislain Disruption (#1) by Jessica Shirvington Corruption (#2) by Jessica Shirvington Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys Ultimatum by K. M. Walton Freya by Matthew Lawrence The Many Reflections of Miss Jane Deming by J. Anderson Coats History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera We Are Okay by Nina LaCour Optimists Die First by Susin Nielsen A List of Cages by Robin Roe Nowhere Near You (BYNMM #2) by Leah Thomas The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera The Heartbeats of Wing Jones by Katherine Webber Audacious (#1) by Gabrielle Prendergast Capricious (#2) by Gabrielle Prendergast The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton
PSA: remember reading The Giver in middle school? Yeah, the one with that boy Jonas and the old guy who gives him visions. Lemme guess, your teacher told you the ending was “open-ending”? Your teacher was wrong. It’s the second book in a quartet. There are three more books. 1) Gathering Blue 2) The Giver 3) The Messenger 4) The Son
Even in the darkest and most cruel person, there is still a kernel of
good. And within the most perfect champion, there is darkness. The
question is, will one give in to the dark or the light? It’s something
we decide with every choice we make, every day that we exist. What might
not be evil to you could be evil to someone else. Knowing this makes us
powerful even without magic.
When i was reading hid description I got the feeling Jonas is going to grow up to look like one of those super buff guys you find on all those cheesy adult romance novels who happen to always be shirtless.