Extended Teen List

This next bunch of books is some that I think that teenagers will love even though they aren’t specifically directed at them. Classics, series and all around good books that aren’t crass or too hard to keep a hold on while at school.

Carry on then with these:

For Teens Who Need Perspective:

 Life’s That Way—Jim Beaver

Terry Fox: His Story—Leslie Scrivener

Unbearable Lightness—Portia de Rossi

For Teens Crazy in to Music:

 Neon Angel: The Story of a Runaway—Cherie Currie

Elvis: Still Taking of Business—Sonny West

My Booky Wook—Russell Brand

For Teens Who Like the Supernatural/Fantasy:

 Percy Jackson and the Olympians series—Rick Riordan

Odd Thomas series—Dean Koontz

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies—Jane Austen & Seth Grahame-Smith

The Chronicles of Narnia—C.S. Lewis

The Darkest Powers series and Darkness Rising series—Kelley Armstrong

The Lord of the Rings series—J.R.R. Tolkien

Harry Potter series—J.K. Rowling

The Hobbit—J.R.R. Tolkien

The Picture of Dorian Gray—Oscar Wilde

Dawn of the Dreadul—Steve Hockensmith

Teens Who Like a Little Love Story:

P.S. I Love You—Cecelia Ahern

Chasing Harry Winston—Lauren Weisberger

The Devil Wears Prada—Lauren Weisberger

Everyone Worth Knowing—Lauren Weisberger

Wuthering Heights—Emily Bronte

Love in the time of Cholera—Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Bridget Jones’s Diary—Helen Fielding

Confessions of a Shopaholic series—Sophie Kinsella

Where the Rainbow Ends—Cecelia Ahern

One Day—David Nicholls

The Road—Cormac McCarthy

Burning Bright—Tracy Chevalier

Water for Elephants—Sara Gruen

The History of Love–Nicole Krauss

Pride and Prejudice—Jane Austen

Great Expectations—Charles Dickens (This one does get a little inappropriate…but if I can appreciate it in the 7th grade, than I think 9th to 12th graders can enjoy it.)

Teens Who like Thrills and Chills:

Sherlock Holmes—Arthur Conan Doyle

Shutter Island—Dennis Lehane

Broken—Karin Slaughter

The Bodies Left Behind—Jeffrey Deaver

Jaws—Peter Benchley

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