Teen Books of 2010

During the month of December, teens can vote for their favorite teen books published in 2010. All voters will be entered in a drawing for a $25 gift card to Barnes and Noble. Want to vote but aren’t sure where to start? Check out this list for a few ideas.

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
c. 2010
[Juvenile Fiction (Hardcover and Paperback)]
[Juvenile Audiobook]

The final installment in The Hunger Games trilogy. The Games are over but the danger has not passed. Katniss Everdeen struggles to accept her role as a symbol of a movement that she does not entirely understand.



Radiant Shadows
by Melissa Marr
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]
[Electronic Resource (My Media Mall eBook)]

The penultimate novel in the Wicked Lovely series. Ani is a Halfling who is ruled by her appetites. Her half-human heritage attracts the attention of Devlin, the High Queen’s assassin. But when their relationship begins to cause problems in the world of faery, they might be forced to make a painful choice.

Fallout by Ellen Hopkins
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]

The final book in the Crank trilogy. Kristina’s children struggle with the consequences of her actions years after her first dance with the monster.

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]

Set in Victorian London, Clare’s newest trilogy follows the adventures of an orphaned teenager whose supernatural powers lead her to the dangerous world of the Shadowhunters.

Linger by Maggie Stiefvater
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]

The second book in The Wolves of Mercy Falls trilogy. Finding the cure allowed Sam and Grace to be together, but it doesn’t make life any easier. Sam continues to struggle with his werewolf past and worries about his future while Grace keeps secrets about her health. Meanwhile, the arrival of a rebellious wolf threatens to destroy everything they have worked for.



Before I Fall
by Lauren Oliver
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]
[Electronic Resource (My Media Mall eBook)]

Samantha Kingston relives the last day of her life seven times before coming to a powerful realization.

by Lisa McMann
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]
[Electronic Resource (My Media Mall eAudiobook)]

Gone

The final book in the Dream Catcher trilogy. Janie must decide whether her fate as a dream catcher means she must separate herself from the people she loves.



Matched
by Allie Condie
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]

Cassia trusts the Society to make the most important choices for her because the Society is never wrong. But a so-called glitch in her Matching ceremony raises uncomfortable questions that shake the foundation of her world. For the first time in her life, Cassia must make a difficult choice on her own.

White Cat by Holly Black
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]

The black sheep in a family of curse-working conmen, Cassel must learn to embrace his family’s heritage if he wants to solve the mysteries surrounding his best friend’s death.


by Sara Shepard
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]
[Electronic Resource (My Media Mall eBook)]

Wanted

The final book in the Pretty Little Liars series. Spencer, Aria, Hanna, and Emily could finally get the answers they’ve been looking for—but will they survive the revelation?

Behemoth by Scott Westerfeld
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]
[Electronic Resource (My Media Mall eAudiobook)]

The second book in the Leviathan series. Disaster strikes the airship Leviathan and Alek and Deryn find themselves hunted through dangerous territory.



Lies
by Michael Grant
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]

The third book in the Gone series. Seven months after the adults disappeared, Perdido Beach continues to be torn apart by violence while a dangerous rumor circulates.

Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]

While traveling with her father in Paris over winter break, Andi finds the diary of Alexandrine Paradis, a teenager who lived during the French Revolution. Although separated by two centuries, the stories of the two girls begin to grow increasingly intertwined. See Regina’s review here.



The Eternal Ones
by Kirstin Miller
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]
[Electronic Resource (My Media Mall eBook)]

Haven Moore discovers that there is a dark history behind her uncontrollable visions of another life.

The Replacement by Brenna Yovanoff
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]
[Electronic Resource (My Media Mall eBook)]

In order to ensure their prosperity, the town of Gentry has made an uneasy bargain: every seven years, a child is stolen and replaced with a changeling. Mackie Doyle is a Replacement who longs to remain in the human world. However, as he reaches his teenage years, his changeling heritage begins to assert itself—he becomes severely allergic to iron and other metal and can no longer set foot on consecrated ground. When the sister of a classmate is taken, Mackie finds himself drawn into an ancient supernatural conflict.

Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]
[Electronic Resource (My Media Mall eAudiobook)]

The second book in the Caster Chronicles. Lena starts to pull away from Ethan after having experienced a difficult loss. Ethan wrestles with problems of his own when he begins to have strange visions that pull him deeper into the mystery of Gatlin.

Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]

The authors of Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist reunite for another romance. Dash embarks on an interesting journey when he finds Lily’s notebook full of challenges on a bookstore shelf.


Inside Out by Maria V. Snyder
c. 2010
[Teen Fiction]

Trella is a scrub, one of the thousands of workers who labor at keeping the Inside clean and functioning. Trella only wants to stay unobtrusive and unnoticed but then she accidentally starts a rebellion that permanently dashes her dreams of obscurity.

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