Friday, February 21

Anastasia's Picks: More Books For Tweens and Teens

Right from my twelve-year-old niece, "Anastasia" - more book recommendations for tweens!


Game Slaves by Gard Skinner




Team Phoenix is the best video game villain group in the world.  Fast, strong, and powerful, they are top on the ranks. One day, a new assignment shows up. Her name is Dakota. Phoenix never questioned the programming of Blackstar, the company that launched their very existence, but Dakota does. Slowly, the team begins to realize that they may be more out there than video games, and they embark on a journey to discover who they really are. 

A great read for any sci fi lover! Very intriguing and captivating. I rank this a 8 out of 10, and recommend this book to ages 12 and up. 




Unlikely Loves by Jennifer S.Holland




Unlikely Loves is a adorably detailed book, with heartwarming stories that all ages can enjoy. Suitable for the workplace, school, or home, Holland delivers us wonderful tales about a surprising couple, who, against all odds, manage to have a lovely animal relationship. Similar to Unlikely Friendships, but even more amazing short stories about our awesome animal friends. Honestly, this book is so uplifting when you need it or not, and I would call this book one of my personal favorites. 5 stars indeed!




Seers by Kristine Bowe



Seers is a captivating story about the life of the exceptionally talented brain-wise. Leesie, a seer that rises above the rest, is sent to another new school on another new mission. But this time, it is different. When Leesie tries to enter her victim's mind, she finds that it is guarded. The people she thought were friends once are a lot more than that, and together, her friends/fellow seers embark on a mission to protect a dark secret, that could wipe out the memory of everyone on the planet. I loved this book! The talent and special powers of the seers leaves you wondering what will happen next, and questioning if everybody really is who they seem to be! I recommend this Book for 10-16 year olds. A great read!


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Thanks, Anastasia!


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