Violent satire sees rich high schoolers through their sins.
Mature romance explores love, travel, and self-discovery.
OK series debut highlights the falseness of reality TV.
This book will inspire teens to think about big issues, from our media-obsessed culture to the cost of racism.
Crass, explicit novel tries to be provocative, ends up lame.
Not as bad as you might expect from a reality TV star.
Misfit escapes inner city. Moving identity story for teens.
The protagonist doesn't make an expected transformation -- but teens still learn cost of addiction.
Disturbing novel explores the aftermath of bullying.
This novel by Joyce Carol Oates follows the story of a girl whose near-fatal car crash leads her to a new life.
A gritty, realistic portrayal of homelessness and poverty, and how one teen can rise above it.
Honest story about first crushes -- tweens and up.
Too arcane for younger kids, better for adults.
Duff finds trouble while driving cross country.
Luther fights to survive his criminal mother.