Sacramento Public Library

August 2013


    Fateful - Claudia Gray

    This book is a delicious romantic twist of the Titanic and, of course, hot werewolves. With Tess and Alec fighting to survive many hardships for their life and love, readers will keep turning the page to see if they will survive and if their love was destined to be.

    - Victoria, 13
    Sixteenth Summer

    Sixteenth Summer - Michelle Dalton

    SPOILER ALERT: First and foremost, I fell in love with this book. Michelle Dalton's books are all usually the same. Over the summer boy meets girl, girl likes boy, boy and girl beak up, then boy and girl get back together at the end of the book. Then separate when summer is over. I'm not saying that this book wasn't the same, but it felt REAL. The same things that Anna and Will went through were very relatable. While reading the story I found myself cracking up laughing and saying, "Wow, that happened to me!" Or, "I can relate to that." I had to give them a 7.5 out of 10, only because the book was very predictable if you have read any of Michelle Dalton's books. Otherwise, I love the book and recommend it to anyone.

    - Mina, 13
    The Ruining

    The Ruining - Anna Collomore

    Just after Annie moves to CA to be a nanny, the family that she's working for begins to see her as a threat. She doesn't know why because she is more innocent than anyone, but the family is still blaming her for things she is not doing. Now they have a close eye on her and have no trust in her. What went wrong in her new life?

    - Sophia, 12
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