Books For 16-17 Year Olds?

Possibly something with a twist, something abit weird with a romance in there.
I really want to start reading good books that will keep me hooked, not the twilight books.

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7 Responses to “Books For 16-17 Year Olds?”

  1. Pepere Eldridge says:

    Shift – Jennifer Bradbury
    Two friends set out on a cross-country bike trip. Only one arrives in Seattle. What happened?
    Project 17 – Laurie Faria-Stolarz
    When six high school students sneak into an abandoned mental institution to make a film about their night there, they do not expect the inexplicable and terrifying events that keep occuring within the crumbling, maze-like building, causing them to question themselves and, ultimately, to make different choices about the course of their lives.
    Story of a girl – Sara Zarr
    After she is caught with her brother’s friend in the back seat of his car, Deanna has to deal with a ruined reputation.
    Wait for me – An Na
    When Mina falls in love with a young coworker at her parents’ dry cleaners, she struggles between her mother’s dreams for her and true love.
    Someone like Summer – M.E. Kerr
    When Annabel, daughter of a contractor, and Esteban, a Latino immigrant, begin a relationship, they are at odds with many of the supercilious residents in the resort town of Seaview.
    More than friends – Katherine Spencer
    After her brother dies, Grace finds herself falling for his best friend Jackson, who has some serious problems of his own.
    Enthusiasm – Polly Shulman
    Fans of Jane Austen’s novels, Julie and Ashleigh decide to imitate their heroine and try to discover True Love in high school.
    Undercover – Beth Kephart
    A quiet girl writes love notes for the people in her school, but her feelings for one student may change her.
    The Market – J.M. Steele
    When Kate finds out that someone is rating all the girls in her class, she is determined to make sure her score rises, no matter what it takes.
    The It Chicks – Tia Williams
    Tangie and her friends juggle romance, classes, and the arts with their friendship as the “It Chicks”.
    Good enough – Paula Yoo
    Patti is trying to get into an Ivy League school to please her parents, but this Korean-American teen also wants to have fun.
    Divine Confidential – Jacquelin Thomas
    After she moves from Hollywood to Georgia, Divine still wants to live her life as a diva and find romance.
    A higher geometry – Sharelle Byars Moranville
    In the late 1950s, Anna feels she must choose between the traditional role her parents expect of her and her dream of going to college to study mathematics.
    Every crooked pot – Renee Rosen
    Nina uses makeup and different hairstyles to hide her birthmark over one eye, in hopes of fitting in.
    Maggie Bean stays afloat – Tricia Rayburn
    Maggie has changed, through Pound Patrollers diet and exercise, but can she attract Peter Applewood and still keep her old friends?
    Cures for heartbreak – Margo Rabb
    After her mother dies and her father becomes sick, Mia deals with growing up and finding love.
    Mistik Lake – Martha Brooks
    Odella yearns to know the answers to family secrets that have affected three generations of women in her family.
    Off-Color – Janet McDonald
    A white girl and her mother are suddenly forced into public housing, where she struggles for acceptance while also discovering she’s biracial.
    So not the drama – Paula Chase
    Mina is determined that she will be as popular in high school as she was in middle school.

  2. Syd says:

    Shatter me, divergent, mortal instruments series, origin, harry potter series, hunger games, graceling, uglies series, delirium

  3. Em says:

    All Nicholas Sparks books that I have read are really good!
    I would especially recommend At First Sight, the ending was such a shock that it made me cry!
    Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman
    I haven’t yet read them but I would like to read The Hunger Games, but I guess that is a bit like Twilight

  4. Samantha says:

    Try the Trylle trilogy by Amanda Hocking.

  5. Vilde says:

    The Divergent series by Veronica Roth! If you liked the hunger games then you’ll love this one!

  6. Sahara says:

    You should have moved on from kids books by 16 – go to the library and work your way through

  7. T says:

    Gone by micheal grant ! Its addictive !

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