Reviews written by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess

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Young Adult Fiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     December 23, 2007
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Boys Will Love This Book!

While many of the books that I have reviewed this past year were written for a primarily female audience, I have stumbled upon a thoughtful coming-of-age story written from a male perspective in John van de Ruits Spud. Fourteen year-old John Milton may share his name with a...

Young Adult Fiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     December 15, 2007
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Haunting Sorrow & Sincere Hope

Amber Lee is almost ten years old. She lives with her mother and the two of them have been moving all of her life. In the last five years, Amber has been to twelve different schools, so shes used to being the new girl. The worst part is that she...

Young Adult Fiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     December 10, 2007
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5.0
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Must Get Out

Snitch is the kind of book that transcends all boundaries and is sure to appeal to teens of all races and socioeconomic backgrounds. Julia DiVino is a smart girl living in a ghetto neighborhood in Brooklyn. Italian and Puerto Rican, shes been living with just her dad since her...

Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     December 10, 2007
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5.0
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5.0
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Absolutely Ridiculous - in a Good Way!

Like all families, 14-year old Gemma Stones family has inside jokes. The most famous of which is known as chucking a birkett. Named after Gemmas older sister Debbies ex-boyfriend, chucking a birkett is when anyone rides the wave of their emotions. This is especially true if the emotion drives out...

Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     December 07, 2007
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3.0
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3.0
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The Devil Wears Prada for Teens

A Girl Like Moi is the first in a new series starring the flirty and fun-loving fashionista, Imogene. She might look like an ordinary rich girl living on the Upper East Side, but if you look past her Chanel shades and Manolo Blahniks, youll find an utterly fabulous heroine. Imogene...

Kids Fiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     December 04, 2007
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5.0
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5.0
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Her First Kiss Ends In Murder

Kiss Me Kill Me is dark and mysterious twist on the chick lit genre. Scarlett sets out to uncover the truth about what happened the night she inadvertently killed Dan McAndrew. Maybe she isnt an expert detective, but Scarlett is determined to clear her conscious and her name. The...

Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     December 04, 2007
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4.0
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Sleeping with the Enemy

Kate Blessing life as the daughter of a mob king continues in Mob Princess: Stolen Kisses, Secrets, and Lies. This second book in the Mob Princess trilogy picks up where the first book left off, after Kates fling in Atlantic City with Nick Blattaria, the son of the Blessings rival...

Kids Fiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     December 01, 2007
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4.0
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4.0
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A Corporate Mystery

If you think your parents are bad, imagine being raised by a corporation. Jaiden Beale is the first teenager ever to be adopted by a corporation after his parents are killed by malfunctioning equipment made by the company. Now, NECorp has legal custody of Jaiden and will be giving him...

Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     December 01, 2007
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5.0
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5.0
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New Job, New Boy, New Family for Leigh

Leigh is back and better than ever in The New and Improved Viven Leigh Reid. She gets a second crack at an acting career, when Jake, her moms fiancée lands her a role on Freak Force, a science-fiction action series. The all-male cast isnt too happy about having a girl...

Kids Fiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     November 28, 2007
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5.0
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5.0
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Calling All Geeky Girls!

Queen Geeks in Love is the equally hilarious sequel to Laura Prebles The Queen Geek Social Club. Shelby Chapelle and her geeky girl posse are back, with more misadventures at a and plenty of laugh-out-loud moments. The girls become comic book superheroes, begin sophomore year in high school,...

Young Adult Fiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     November 16, 2007
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4.0
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4.0
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Sugar and Spice, But Life's Not So Nice

The Candy Darlings by Christine Walde combats the psychological war zone of adolescence with the sugary high of candy in a story as bizarre as Alices Adventures in Wonderland. Our unnamed heroine faces heartbreak from page one, as she loses her terminally ill mother. In the end, her mother...

Young Adult Fiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     November 13, 2007
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5.0
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Fascinating and Horrifying

Feathered by Laura Kasischke is a startling tale of a spring break gone horribly awry. More frightening than graphic blockbuster horror films, Feathered will send chills up you as you recognize bits and pieces of yourself in the two protagonists. Anne and Michelle are just two ordinary teen girls, hoping...

Young Adult Fiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     November 07, 2007
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5.0
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Best Historical Fiction of the Year!

On Borrowed Wings is the debut novel of Yale graduate, Chandra Prasad. In America during the 1830s, a world where learning was restricted to men, intelligent, capable women like Prasad herself would not have been allowed to study at Yale. But even in times where opportunity is bleak,...

Young Adult Fiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     October 21, 2007
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5.0
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Terrifying and Amazing

Reckoning is the second book in the Bloodline series by Kate Cary, revolving around the life of vampires in the early 20th century. While this vampire series is a reincarnation of the classic Dracula storyline, it offers a fresh perspective and is a thriller that is well worth reading. ...

Young Adult Nonfiction
Reviewed by Amber, 2007 Teen Demi-Goddess     October 17, 2007
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5.0
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5.0
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Wistful, yet Optimistic

The Year of My Indian Prince by Ella Thorp Ellis is an autobiographical piece of historical fiction, looking at the life of a tubercular. It is 1945, and World War II is finally ending. Aprils father is finally coming home from the war, and there is so much...

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