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Set in a dystopian version of Chicago, this enthralling trilogy by Veronica Roth explores the consequences of a society divided into five factions, each dedicated to a different virtue.
Angie Thomas’s groundbreaking novel “The Hate U Give” dives into the complexities of racism, police brutality, and activism through the eyes of Starr Carter.
Navigating a world meticulously engineered to eliminate pain, unpredictability, and emotion, young Jonas is chosen for a unique role in his seemingly utopian society: to become the Receiver of Memory.
Told through a series of letters to an anonymous friend, the story provides an intimate look into Charlie’s mind as he grapples with issues like mental health.
Set against the backdrop of a divided society, “The Outsiders” dives into the lives of Ponyboy Curtis and his gang of “Greasers,” who are constantly at odds with the affluent “Socs.”
Delving into the intricate tapestry of adolescence, “Looking for Alaska” is a masterfully penned tale by John Green about love, loss, and the labyrinth of life.
Set in 1986, the story follows two misfit high school students, Eleanor and Park, as they embark on a journey of self-discovery and emotional growth.
Caught in the purgatory between life and death after a devastating car accident, the protagonist Mia must make an unthinkable decision.
It delves into the life of Aza Holmes, a teenager struggling with obsessive-compulsive disorder. As Aza grapples with the incessant spiral of her thoughts.
In “If He Had Been with Me,” the story unfolds through the eyes of Autumn, who takes the reader on an emotional journey through friendship, first love, and irrevocable choices.