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Teen romance must reads? Topic: The sisters brothers movie rights to books
June 16, 2019 / By Gallagher
Question: I'm going out to buy some books tomorrow. I know for sure that I want to get The Notebook, and I think I want Endless Love too, because the movie remake will be coming out soon. Are there any other teen romance must-reads I should purchase? Everybody tells me I should get The Fault In Our Stars, but I've already read that book. Thank you!
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Dermot Dermot | 7 days ago
I liked all of these, from various romantic sub-genres: The China Garden by Liz Berry - When Clare goes with her mother to an English estate with dark secrets, she begins an unexpected journey. The ensuing story spins itself into many layers, featuring mystery, fantasy, and romance, all centered around an ancient family feud of which Clare is unwittingly a part. This novel is very rich in detail with a lot of historical and mythological references, so it is not for the faint of heart. For those who like deep stories with realistic romance, this is an outstanding read. Dustlands by Moira Young – In a post-apocalyptic future, 18-year-old Saba’s twin brother is stolen by black-clad riders. When tough-as-nails Saba launches a relentless search to recover him, she must fight for her life in gladiator cages, overcome enemies both creature and human, and learn to trust others for the first time. And try as she might, she can’t help but fall for the charming scoundrel Jack, who just may understand her more than she knows. The author tells Saba’s story in a raw first person format that blows you away. Must read for dystopian lovers! Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols - Meg's desire to escape her backwater town and smothering parents leads her to a dare that runs her afoul of the law. She is sentenced to join rookie cop John on night patrol to better appreciate the importance of maintaining law. Meg despises John because he seems content to remain in their small town. John disdains Meg, because she is so hateful of the community. As they strive to understand each other, both extend their boundaries - and of course, fall in love. The Grand Sophy by Georgette Heyer - Set in Victorian England, young but energetic Sophy is taken in by her aunt Lady Ombersley. She soon discovers that her aunt's family is in desperate need of her talent for setting everything right. One step at a time she fixes the family messes, wins their hearts, and finds love everlasting. A joyous story with a strong romantic thread. Catch Me Falling by David J. Nix. As a caged display in a traveling freak show, 18 year old Crissa endures stares, taunts, and whispers of a terrible word from others - Human. But folks come by thousands to hear her do what no other can do. Sing! In a ‘what-if’ world where prehistoric Humans fell extinct and Neanderthals inherited the earth, Crissa's Human face marks her for abuse and grisly death. When a stranger with a face like hers appears, she flees with him from those seeking her death. Crissa’s flight carries her toward the mysteries of a murky past, her unusual face, and the wonderment of love and belonging. I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith - Seventeen-year-old aspiring writer Cassandra lives with her family in a crumbling English castle rented when times were good. Her optimism is challenged daily by her hopeless but beautiful sister, brooding father, and disassociated step-mother. Her mundane existence is turned suddenly upside down when the wealthy Cotton family takes over a nearby estate. Written in the 1940's, this book is a modern classic often compared to the works of Jane Austen. Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta - Taylor finds herself the leader of her boarding school's Underground Community, whose mission is to battle their counterparts at an all-male Cadet encampment and the public high school. For two decades the three factions have waged a game of negotiation, pranks, and sometimes physical violence for control of paths, places, and facilities. One problem: Taylor might have a crush on the leader of the Cadets. The author weaves in a back story about how the whole war started, and how Taylor is unwittingly tied to it. Romance, action, mystery, and plot twists, this is just a great story.
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Dermot Originally Answered: Teen romance must reads?
I liked all of these, from various romantic sub-genres: The China Garden by Liz Berry - When Clare goes with her mother to an English estate with dark secrets, she begins an unexpected journey. The ensuing story spins itself into many layers, featuring mystery, fantasy, and romance, all centered around an ancient family feud of which Clare is unwittingly a part. This novel is very rich in detail with a lot of historical and mythological references, so it is not for the faint of heart. For those who like deep stories with realistic romance, this is an outstanding read. Dustlands by Moira Young – In a post-apocalyptic future, 18-year-old Saba’s twin brother is stolen by black-clad riders. When tough-as-nails Saba launches a relentless search to recover him, she must fight for her life in gladiator cages, overcome enemies both creature and human, and learn to trust others for the first time. And try as she might, she can’t help but fall for the charming scoundrel Jack, who just may understand her more than she knows. The author tells Saba’s story in a raw first person format that blows you away. Must read for dystopian lovers! Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols - Meg's desire to escape her backwater town and smothering parents leads her to a dare that runs her afoul of the law. She is sentenced to join rookie cop John on night patrol to better appreciate the importance of maintaining law. Meg despises John because he seems content to remain in their small town. John disdains Meg, because she is so hateful of the community. As they strive to understand each other, both extend their boundaries - and of course, fall in love. The Grand Sophy by Georgette Heyer - Set in Victorian England, young but energetic Sophy is taken in by her aunt Lady Ombersley. She soon discovers that her aunt's family is in desperate need of her talent for setting everything right. One step at a time she fixes the family messes, wins their hearts, and finds love everlasting. A joyous story with a strong romantic thread. Catch Me Falling by David J. Nix. As a caged display in a traveling freak show, 18 year old Crissa endures stares, taunts, and whispers of a terrible word from others - Human. But folks come by thousands to hear her do what no other can do. Sing! In a ‘what-if’ world where prehistoric Humans fell extinct and Neanderthals inherited the earth, Crissa's Human face marks her for abuse and grisly death. When a stranger with a face like hers appears, she flees with him from those seeking her death. Crissa’s flight carries her toward the mysteries of a murky past, her unusual face, and the wonderment of love and belonging. I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith - Seventeen-year-old aspiring writer Cassandra lives with her family in a crumbling English castle rented when times were good. Her optimism is challenged daily by her hopeless but beautiful sister, brooding father, and disassociated step-mother. Her mundane existence is turned suddenly upside down when the wealthy Cotton family takes over a nearby estate. Written in the 1940's, this book is a modern classic often compared to the works of Jane Austen. Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta - Taylor finds herself the leader of her boarding school's Underground Community, whose mission is to battle their counterparts at an all-male Cadet encampment and the public high school. For two decades the three factions have waged a game of negotiation, pranks, and sometimes physical violence for control of paths, places, and facilities. One problem: Taylor might have a crush on the leader of the Cadets. The author weaves in a back story about how the whole war started, and how Taylor is unwittingly tied to it. Romance, action, mystery, and plot twists, this is just a great story.

Benjy Benjy
Well I was just about to answer The Fault in Our Stars :/ ummm The Mortal Instruments series is excellent! The Last Song (the book is amazing!) Perks of Being a Wallflower is good!
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Perks of being a wallflower Thirteen reasons why Just listen Moth diaries Candy Go ask alice For series Pretty little liars Color me Clique Seven deadliest sins
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Shulamit Shulamit
Sisterhood of the Traveling pants was definitely my favorite book. Ever. I loved it and it IS a must read!
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Shulamit Originally Answered: Are these easy reads?
I am a HUGE Ray Bradbury fan and Fahrenheit 451 is my favorite novel. I have also read The Martian Chronicles and I can tell you that for a school assignment, that is a great combination. Many of the major themes of F451 show up in the myriad of short stories in Chronicles. For example, the theme of book burning and political power shows up in "Usher II" and the concept of increased nuclear war appears several times throughout as well. I have not read anything by William Golding so I cannot make a fair assessment of his writing. I can, however, assure you that there is plenty of research and analysis done on Bradbury so that if you ever have to write an essay on either (or both) of the Bradbury novels mentioned, then you will certainly find no shortage of resources to aid in that.

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