In order by date reviewed. Can also be found here alphabetically. I must warn you, though–the website owner has recently decided to remove all reviews older than six months from the site. So some of these links may not work. You can still find them on Amazon, though.

Chasing The Jaguar by Michele Dominguez Greene
Devilish by Maureen Johnson
Is He Or Isn’t He? by John Hall
Joker by Ranulfo
Lulu Dark and the Summer of the Fox by Bennett Madison
The Bonemender’s Oath by Holly Bennett
Everything She Wants by Beth Killian
Life as a Poser by Beth Killian
Hazing Meri Sugarman by M Apostolina
Meri Strikes Back by M Apostolina
Rising Star by Cari Gelber
Fix by Leslie Margolis
Upstate by Kalisha Buckhannon
Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Whatcha Gonna Do by Cynthia Voigt
Glass Houses by Rachel Caine
Heart and Salsa by Suzanne Nelson
When It Happens by Susane Colsanti

Cupcake by Rachel Cohn
Born Again by Kelly Kearney
21 Proms ed. by David Levithan and Daniel Ehrenhaft (Anthology)
Sheer Bliss by Frances O’Brien
Gideon the Cutpurse by Linda Buckley-Archer
Tales of a Hollywood Gossip Queen by Mary Kennedy
The Scarlet Letterman by Cara Lockwood
Foreign Exposure: The Social Climber Abroad by Lauren Mechling and Laura Moser
Charmed Thirds by Megan McCafferty
Playing It Cool by Joaquin Dorfman

In The Company Of Crazies by Nora Raleigh Baskin
Gender Blender by Blake Nelson
The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-Shaw
Bloom by Elizabeth Scott
Rubber Houses by Ellen Yeomans
Fringe Girl In Love by Valerie Frankel
The Book Of Luke by Jenny O’Connell
The 310: Boy Trouble by Beth Killian
More Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet by Lola Douglas
Split Screen by Brent Hartinger
My Not-So-Terrible Time At The Hippie Hotel by Rosemary Graham
The Warrior’s Daughter by Holly Bennett
Why I Let My Hair Grow Out by Maryrose Wood
This Is Push ed. by David Levithan
So Not The Drama by Paula Chase
Magic’s Child by Justine Larbalestier
Graffiti Girl by Kelly Parra
Gettin’ Lucky by Micol Ostow
Does My Head Look Big In This? by Randa Abdel-Fattah
Beige by Cecil Castellucci
Gift of the Unmage by Alma Alexander
The Silenced by James DeVita
Truth And Salsa by Linda Lowery

A Portrait of Pia by Marisabina Russo
Dragon Slippers by Jessica Day George
Life As It Comes by Anne-Laure Bondoux
Red Handed by Gena Showalter
Blacklisted by Gena Showalter
The Broken Bike Boy and the Queen of 33rd Street by Sharon G. Flake

9 Responses to “Teens Read Too”

  1. Neelam Shah Says:

    I think this website has some awsome books with great reviews, i also like the contest section!!

  2. Jessica Says:

    I am so glad to find a website that reviews books for my age and ones that I want to read. I have read some of them and plan to read more of the ones that you recommend.


  3. This is an awesome list of books! However, it is missing a really important one. I recently finished reading “Songs for a Teenage Nomad”, a novel written by Kim Culbertson. I wholeheartedly enjoyed this book. Culbertson’s writing was thoughtful, insightful, and thoroughly entertaining. A must read! Check out my new blog!

    http://songsforateenagenomad.blogspot.com/

  4. brooke Says:

    definitely add the twilight saga on this list. this includes twilight, new moon, eclipse, and breaking dawn. they are my favorites :) i’ve read them all just about.. 4-5 times and i still can’t get enough of them!
    p.s. don’t judge the book by its cover :) trust me, you will NOT regret reading them!

  5. Jamie Says:

    I agree, the Twilight saga’s a must. :) i love Stephenie Meyer’s style of writing, and the characters are all so real, so believable. No wonder it’s as popular as it is now.

    Also, please add the Little Secrets series on this list. :) The characters in this book series aren’t exactly what most people would call, “believable” or “real”, but the mystery, the suspense, and the drama in all of the books really gets you going. :) i cannot believe that this amazing book series hasn’t been made into a movie or TV series yet! :(

    Anyhow… I’m done ranting . xD

  6. Lauren Says:

    i am so glad someone decided to put a list on good teen books!!!! But I think the Tilight books and the Vampier Academy Books (By Richelle Mead) should really be on there! I loved these books and ive read them each about 6 times!!!! they are such great books!

  7. lu Says:

    I really enjoyed using your blog. well done!

  8. Anonymous Says:

    love twilight and the vampire academy great books but i think the shiver series should be here there great books well i think they are by maggie stiefvater try them there great read them at lest 6 times each


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