Category Archives: Romance

Every Day, by David Levithan: 3.5/5

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Each day, A wakes up in the body of a different person. A can access some of their memories, and makes an honest effort not to royally screw up their lives. But one day, A meets Rhiannon …

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Anna Dressed in Blood, by Kendare Blake: 4/5

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Teenager Cas Lowood travels this world, sending ghosts into the next. His mother wishes he would stop putting himself in danger, and stick around one …

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The Fault in Our Stars, by John Green: 5/5

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I had a whirlwind romance with this book: it made me laugh, made me cry, and made me rush to the ending though I didn’t really want to put it …

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Lola and the Boy next Door, by Stephanie Perkins: 3/5

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Good for: It’s not quite as good or as cute as Anna and the French Kiss, but fans of that book may enjoy it—and will like the brief glimpses of …

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Where She Went, by Gayle Forman: 3/5

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Good for: I think it’s mostly a catharsis book, for people who are really interested in getting some good crying done. Young adult romance fans …

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The Future of Us, by Jay Asher & Carolyn Mackler: 3/5

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Good for: Young adult romance fans, people who like very very soft science fiction. Anyone looking for a short, breezy weekend read …

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Underworld, by Meg Cabot: 1.5/5

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Good for: Paranormal romance fans who are into this kind of thing, OR they could read Guardian of the Dead instead, because the relationship …

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Abandon, by Meg Cabot: 2.5/5

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Good for: Paranormal romance fans who are into this kind of thing. I understand that the romantic relationship of this book is …

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Grave Mercy, by Robin LaFevers: 2.5/5

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Good for: While the book is awfully predictable, some people really enjoy getting exactly what they expect out of a story. And …

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The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern: 3.5/5

Good for: People who become so absorbed in the well-described and fascinating milieu that they can forget that the premise of the major …

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