Top Ten Books Every Teenager Should Read

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This is in no particular order (also, sorry about the lack of formatting etc. as I did this late and tired).

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Happy reading, Keira x

 

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  1. happyalexx says:

    This was a fantastic idea for a post and I loved how it was written with the little notes (I love your handwriting) I think it’s lovely how you see so much value in books, I do too x

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    1. Keira says:

      Thank you!!

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  2. I’ve seen The Wrath and the Dawn in 90% of today’s lists.
    It really must be something special!

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    1. Keira says:

      It’s a very good book 🙂

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    1. Keira says:

      Thank you!!

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  3. jess1606 says:

    I love “I’ll Give You The Sun”! Great post!

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    1. Keira says:

      Thank you!

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  4. Kitty says:

    Do you mind writing them out for me?
    I just find it a bit hard to see :/

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    1. Keira says:

      Sure! I did try and make it as easy as possible, but I anticipated some people would struggle: I was just really, really tired, so sorry for any inconvenience 🙂

      The Wrath and the Dawn by Renée Adieh:
      – words are powerful
      -not all is always as it seems
      -there are many shades between black and white

      Seed by Lisa Heathfield
      -gives insight into certain factions of our society
      -gives us perspective on our relative privilege in regards to knowledge and education, as well as freedom
      -think for yourself
      -trust your friends

      The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig
      -people change
      -seeing the world makes you a more well-rounded person
      -think before making a decision
      -try and do what seems right to you
      -never give up pursuing your dreams
      -it is okay for your dreams to change

      The Host by Stephenie Meyer
      -promotes consideration of others
      -love is more than skin deep
      -love comes in all different forms
      -contains good family dynamics

      The Mermaid’s Sister by Carrie Anne Noble
      -not everything is the end of the world: you will live on
      -everyone and everything can and will have an impact on you
      -place your trust in those who deserve it
      -sometimes, you have let people make choices for themselves and support them in those choices

      Stolen by Lucy Christopher
      -not all relationships are healthy, and unhealthy relationships aren’t acceptable
      -contains complex emotions

      The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly black
      -contains a wonderful sibling relationship
      -beautiful prose
      -not everything is black and white, the grey exists for a reason
      -it is okay to admit ones flaws, limitations and mistakes

      Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas
      -personalities have more than one layer
      -life will go on
      -it is okay to love more than once
      -friendship is valuable
      -knowledge is important
      -fight for what you believe in
      -protect those you love

      I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson
      -beautiful prose
      -shows how every action has repercussions
      -problems can be solved
      -contains relatable characters with real insecurities and difficulties

      Rook by Sharon Cameron
      -provides some history and science
      -contains a healthy relationship
      -it is okay to reject a friend and still be friends
      -there are many different types of love
      -fight for what is right
      -it is okay to be conflicted
      -it is normal to be a little bit selfish
      -don’t be afraid to consider your options

      Hope that helped!

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      1. Kitty says:

        Thank you! And it’s okay, it’s probably just my dirty screen 😛

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