Michael has been diagnosed with suit anxiety, but is that what it really is? His journey with Lilith helps him explore this and figure it out. I really liked this book, and how it went into the science of things. I also enjoyed how the author got into terms of anxiety and how it works.
Becca gets put into a tough situation and has to think fast on her feet of a way to get out of it. Brett, has also in a way been put into a tough situation, how better to fix both of their similar problems than by making it seem as if they were a couple. I enjoyed this book because it showed the realness of how a person would feel in both situations, and that they acknowledged that everything is not always great, and can be a rollercoaster.
When Quill and his friends get stranded on the Stac the only logical reason is that the world has ended. And they were the unlucky souls to get left behind. I liked this book and how it really went into the minds of people at that time, and how they would have thought and act.
Liberty's family is falling apart. Jilly isn't acting the same, Dad's moved out, and nothing seems to be as it usually is. Liberty is working on making everything right again, but will it turn out how she thinks it will? I really enjoyed this book and all the ups and downs that it shows Liberty and all the other characters going through because it makes it a more relatable book.
This book is really a wild ride, filled with emotions and shocking events. I didnt expect that the book was going to express actual survival, and I was pleasantly surprised. I really enjoyed this book and every emotion I felt from reading it.
Britta, Meredith, Kate want a vacation from the stress of life, when they each see Spider's add it seems like the perfect opportunity. During their summer vacation, they make new relationships while getting to know each other better. I really liked reading this book and getting to see how the characters with all different personalities were able to come together and make good friendships.
When Ashlyn's father gets arrested and her mother goes to rehab her plans are flipped upside down. The summer she planned doesn't happen, but along the way, it ends up being the same amount of fun, maybe even more. I really enjoyed this book and how the author included quotes throughout the story, that you could use for yourself in everyday life.
When Lainey goes on tour with her brother to a gaming convention she learns what he's really like. Sam is a streamer with aspiring hopes of meeting Lainey's brother Codemeister and getting a promotion from him. And ShadowWillow is a youtuber who's channel is slowly growing with time and after her collaboration with Code it grew bigger than expected, what will she do to continue growing her subscriber count? I really liked this book and how it showed the character development all throughout the book.
When someone vandalized a part of Maplethorpe Academy at the beginning of the school year people got interested, but it died down. Six students get involved again though, from mysterious messages from the person behind the vandalism. Will they find out who it is? I really enjoyed how the author made it so that the book had multiple points of view, and I also liked how it brought problems into the eyes of the reader through the characters.
Gravity has found her passion and its boxing. She made her way up, winning competitions until she has a shot at the Olympics. She has to start dealing with her feelings concerning Lefty and D-minus. Not to mention her home life. Will Gravity follow her dreams? I really enjoyed reading this book, I liked how Deming was able to explain how the moves worked so that they weren't too complex, it really gave me an much better understanding of boxing and gives the reader some background knowledge to help them comprehend whats happening.
Cara's best friend died in a car accident which Cara survived. Cara has to relearn how to do everything and cope after her death, in Switzerland. I really enjoyed this book and how i expresses the journey, from how Cara attempts to shut everyone out but eventually opens up. To how she learns to finally accept that it was not her fault.
Anna's life seemed to be a complete mess last year so she decided to reinvent herself before college. Though in doing so she brought up a swarm of memories that Anna didn't know she had. The longer she spends at Herron Mills the more confused she gets. I really enjoyed this book and being able to see the character development in it and how everything manages to fit together in the end.
I really enjoyed this book and how it didn't shy away from the truth at all. It shows the reader the pain and suffering that the Japanese had to go through with no sugar coating. I also enjoyed how although it is fiction, everything is historically accurate.