Here are your lesbian literary teens, in chronological order.
and a flying bat
For those of you who know the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas, props to you. For those of you who don’t…you’ve got to check it out. These books are without a doubt some of the best I’ve ever read - and that’s competing with the likes of J. K. Rowling and Rick Riordan. Amazing. This Tuesday marked the release date of the third book in the series: “Heir of Fire”. I read it the day after it came out and I could not put it down. The plot, characters, and development was absolutely phenomenal and the different elements of the story worked together to create a true work of art. Now, be warned: these stories are definitely not for the faint of heart. However, if you liked the Hunger Games or the likes, you’ll love these books. They get a rating of infinity out of ten from me.
… And then they were happy. Forever. The end.
(a resurgence of Eleanor & Park feelings this week. sigh.)
So many feelings! Our teen book club is reading Eleanor & Park this month. How about you?
Oh my God. This book is so overwhelmingly real. Whenever Cath cried, I cried. Whenever something happened to her sister and she needed to try to help her, I felt like I needed to try to help her. This book is way too real and too great to pass up. I usually hate things about romance and stuff like that, but I actually enjoyed the book. Read it, for the love of God. - Belle, 13
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