Girl, 15, Charming But Insane, by Sue Limb

Girl, 15, Charming But Insane
Girl, 15, Charming But Insane is the first of 4 books in the series about Jess Jordan, a 15 year old girl from England and her day to day life. She is constantly trying to lie her way out of things until the lies become too much to keep straight. This book is perfect for anyone looking for a good laugh. I found my self literally “lol” while I read this. It is a fun story full of characters to whom I can realate. I know others who have read this book as well and love it, too.

–Mary

Breathe My Name by R. A. Nelson reviewed by Natalie

Breathe My NameThis book is a great one. I heard about it on a review website for teen books, and I never thought much of it until I saw it at the library once. I picked it up and was amazed by the first page alone. As I read on I realized that the main charactor, Frances, was very realistic, and R. A. Nelson’s writing is vivid and beautiful. The ending was the best I’ve ever read, and the entire book was flawless. This book was so amazing it made me realize I want to be an author. I’ve recomended this to all of my friends, and I’m writing this so I can reccomend it to you. I hope it changes your life like it changed mine.

-Natalie

The Pretty Little Liars Series by Sara Shepard (and more comments about the Twilight series) by Haley

These books are AMAZING! When i first saw the cover, I didn’t think the book looked that interesting— but as I read on, I was instantly hooked! In about two weeks, I read all five books. The story line captured me from the very beginning and I was never bored. I recommended this series to all of my friends and they loved it. Even some guys decided they wanted to read it! If you love mystery and comedy, then you should read this series.

Pretty Little Liars

Pretty Little Liars 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Perfect

Perfect

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flawless

Flawless

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unbelievable

Unbelievable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wicked

Wicked

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[About the Twilight Series, by Stephenie Meyer] Okay, so maybe the books are interesting and are understandable. And maybe the characters are realistic (to an extent) and have kind-of-realistic problems. BUT CAN WE PLEASE MOVE ON? I mean they’re fun to read for a little while, but this world-wide obsession is driving me insane. I like variety. I enjoy reading different types of books, and I never stick with just one genre for more than a month. I want to expand my knowledge, and I can’t do this if I just read Twilight all of the time. I am just asking for SOME of you to listen to me. In two years, you’re gonna wish you hadn’t wasted all of your time with these books. They’re fun to read once, but I really wish that other teens like me could start reading books that really are worth it. Some of you probably think that I’m just trying to get attention because I’m saying I don’t like Twilight, but I’m just telling the truth. Please just try to read another book— you’ll thank me later!

The Choice, by Nicholas Sparks, Reviewed by Haley

The Choice
This kind of book is the kind of book I want to read. I mean, Twilight’s interesting for like two seconds, but can we please move on? Nicholas Sparks really portrays the good things in life, and that we should never take anything for granted. I’m tired of everyone obsessing over Twilight (sorry, guys) and I think that we should get back to reading books like The Choice, where I stay up all night reading and end up satisfied, and there’s always some kind of lesson. This book is a good book for teens, and I strongly recommend you read it. I loved it, and I hope you do to.

–Haley

Please Note: Author Nicholas Sparks will appear on Friday evening, March 20th, at North Central High School at 7:00 p.m. (Doors will open at 6:30.) Mr. Sparks will be delivering the library’s 32nd Annual Marian McFadden Lecture

Evernight, by Claudia Gray: Reviewed by Mariah

Evernight

Evernight 
This book was amazing i loved it. In the begining the main chasrachter seems like any other girl forced in to a bording school because her parents. then the way she meets her loveable hero is so amazing. him thinking she is a damsile in destreas and her thinking that he is some killed in the end they realize they are just classmates . her loveable hero knows a secreat and we could tell threw the story. know they go back to evernight because the girl decides not to run away and then we realize that evernight has let in a diffrent type and that they stick out. she is like the outsiders. one of the outsiders asked the girl if she belived in evel and she pointed out the dead squerails. and then it was time for the formal ball most bording schools have and that is where we learn the main girls secreat that she … you know what read the book to find out i’m turning it in today 2/18/09… enjoy the read i did

–Mariah