Will Grayson, Will Grayson - David Levithan and John Green
Twisted - Laurie Halse Anderson
The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins- For my third go-round, I listened to the Hunger Games audiobook.
Audio Files - Quality narration that I definitely recommend for first-timers or repeat offenders.
- I'll add to the chorus of "refreshing paranormal YA" -- with the bonus of Kiersten's engaging and funny voice, and a romance to really root for. *Co-review coming soon!
Fire - Kristin CashoreGraceling, with a first-rate heroine (be my BFF?) and addictive plot. Love, love, love this book.
Audio Files: One of the few audiobooks in which the narration enhances the novel. The British narrator is FANTASTIC.
Blue Fire - Janice Hardy
- Action-packed high fantasy for the non-fantasy reader. Compelling political storyline, plus a teen heroine you can't help but root for. *Click HERE for full review!
Anna and the French Kiss - Stephanie Perkins
- Simply put, it's the contemporary novel you'll want to read over and over. Trust me. *Co-review coming soon!
The Dead-Tossed Waves - Carrie Ryan
The Forest of Hands and Teeth).
Audio Files: Average narration. I may have enjoyed the book more reading vs. listening.
Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist - David Levithan and Rachel Cohn
- A contemporary novel done well. Humorous with excellent characters and skillfully-crafted family issues. *Click HERE for full review!
(Previous mini-review posts: HERE and HERE!)
Anything here on your TBR? Agree/disagree with anything? Leave me some mini-reviews in the comments!