During the summer I read so many amazing books when instead of thinking about the books I didn't have, I used what I had. I was staying with my dad who lived in a little acreage about 30 minutes from a little town. The town had a Walmart, a grocery store and a public library. The library didn't have many books for teens/Young Adults but I knew I had to choice, I had to choose from there, or wait till I went back to the big city which my mom lived with, which was sadly a couple weeks till I go back. I found the following books, which changed my life dramatically from reading this underappreciated novels.

All In Pieces // Suzanne Young

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All in Pieces is an eye opening book about a girl who had anger management issues and was sent to another school after stabbing a boy in the hand with a pencil when he mocked her disabled brother. On top of that she and her brother, even live with their alcoholic father. But then she meets a rich boy, who also attends the detention centre.

Girl In Pieces // Kathleen Glasgow

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This picture can not explain the plot better. Girl in Pieces is about Charlotte who went through a lot more then most can imagine by 17. Cutting helps her forget everything, her father, her mom who doesn't care about her, her best friend who she'll never see again.

The Fault in Our Stars // John Green

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I didn't read the Fault in Our Stars during the summer but it's so good! Hazel Grace Lancaster falls deeply in love with Augustus Waters. Hazel has thyroid cancer while Gus survived osteosarcoma. I promise you will fall in love with this book if you enjoy romance and sadness.

We Are All Made of Molecules // Susin Nielsen

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Thirteen-year-old Stewart is academically brilliant but socially clueless. Fourteen-year-old Ashley is the undisputed “It” girl in her class, but her grades stink.Their worlds are about to collide when Stewart and his dad move in with Ashley and her mom. Stewart is trying to be 89.9 percent happy about it, but Ashley is 110 percent horrified. She already has to hide the real reason her dad moved out; “Spewart” could further threaten her position at the top of the social ladder.They are complete opposites. And yet, they have one thing in common: they—like everyone else—are made of molecules. (The actual summary)

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