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1.- Take Me There by Carolee Dean
2.- Along For The Ride by Sarah Dessen
3.- Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler
4.- The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson
5.- Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols
6.- When It Happens by Susane Colasanti
7.- Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
8.- The Reckoning by Kelley Armstrong
9.- Sea Change by Aimee Friedman
10.- Rules Of Attraction by Simone Elkeles
Weird choice of book I know.... I was thinking about adding Thirteen Reasons Why but I just HATE that book. Seriously, I was so traumatized I swore I would never read a book that was similar, but I've read it 7 times now....
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Putting Makeup On Dead People!!! by Jen Violi. NOOO DOUBT! :DD
I have an ARC right now so I'm currently reading it :D! comes out May 24!!
TGIF, hosted by GReads
Well, in YA paranormal fiction is almost IMPOSSIBLE to find standalone books which, in YA realistic fiction is usually the only thing you'll find. I really like it when in one books you get everything, beginning, middle and ending. I don't like series because sometimes, from the moment I finish book one to the moment book two comes out, I usually already forgot the details of the series and lost that need of the books. Still like them, but I don't have that hunger for them anymore. If the whole series is finished then I'm in. Also, I don't like in series when you can just tell that the authors are making things up to keep it going. For example: The House Of Night Series, I'm a HUGE fan of the series, but I really do think the authors went a little overboard with this where the story is going now :/
I'm more of a fan of Standalone.
But as always, it is hard to let go of characters or the story, so Series really are cool.
I don't know... I think I'm 60% Standalone and 40% Series ^^
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