i can see a liar (oasis cover)
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What are some good books series for teen girls? I have read the Gallagher Girls Series, and i LOVED them! I also read the clique series, and they were good. I was wondering what other books are around the same subjects.
Digital sheet music source: I Can See A Liar (Gallagher)
All of Sarah Dessen’s books are AMAZING! Just got done reading her book, “Just Listen”. It was great!
Bloom by Elizabeth Scott is one of my favorites. It’s a story about first love (but it’s more complex than it sounds).
The Luxe by Anna Godberson ( it is a series). I found the first book , a little slow but WOW after that it was amazing! (finished the book in a day! ) Here is what it is about:Pretty girls in pretty dresses, partying until dawn.Irresistible boys with mischievous smiles and dangerous intentions.White lies, dark secrets, and scandalous hookups.This is Manhattan, 1899.Beautiful sisters Elizabeth and Diana Holland rule Manhattan’s social scene. Or so it appears. When the girls discover their status among New York City’s elite is far from secure, suddenly everyone?from the backstabbing socialite Penelope Hayes, to the debonair bachelor Henry Schoonmaker, to the spiteful maid Lina Broud?threatens Elizabeth’s and Diana’s golden future.With the fate of the Hollands resting on her shoulders, Elizabeth must choose between family duty and true love. But when her carriage overturns near the East River, the girl whose glittering life lit up the city’s gossip pages is swallowed by the rough current. As all of New York grieves, some begin to wonder whether life at the top proved too much for this ethereal beauty, or if, perhaps, someone wanted to see Manhattan’s most celebrated daughter disappear.In a world of luxury and deception, where appearance matters above everything and breaking the social code means running the risk of being ostracized forever, five teenagers lead dangerously scandalous lives. This thrilling trip to the age of innocence is anything but innocent.
The Princess Diaries series is amazing, I read them all and was obsessed with them!Also The Spiderwick Chronicles, they are good but quite weird as well.=]
This is weird cuz i’m looking for the same thing so i dont know if you’ll like these books but here is goes:The invention of Hugro CabretGone with the windA tale of two citiesThe pretty little liars seriesSpeakThe cliqueThirteen reasons whyPaper townsBlood and ChocolateThe hostCity of BonesCity of ashesCity of glass
What are some good books or book series for teenage girls? I’m trying to find another book or a good series Some series I have read and loved are CliqueGallagher girlsSisterhood of the traveling pants And the 11 12 13 books What other series do you think I would like or even books I like realistic fiction a lot thanks
Pretty little liars.Im not really into realistic fiction, thats probably the only nonfantasy series i own.
alikewise.comWhile it’s sort of a “dating” website, it can be of use in finding books to read. People have a ton of them loaded up.PS: You can thumbs down all you want, but I’ve found 3 great series through it. 😛
Dream factory – Brad Barkley & Heather HeplerTwo teens, hired as replacements for striking Disney World workers, find an attraction to each other in the Magic Kingdom.Story of a girl – Sara ZarrAfter she is caught with her brother’s friend in the back seat of his car, Deanna has to deal with a ruined reputation.Wait for me – An NaWhen Mina falls in love with a young coworker at her parents’ dry cleaners, she struggles between her mother’s dreams for her and true love.Someone like Summer – M.E. KerrWhen Annabel, daughter of a contractor, and Esteban, a Latino immigrant, begin a relationship, they are at odds with many of the supercilious residents in the resort town of Seaview.More than friends – Katherine SpencerAfter her brother dies, Grace finds herself falling for his best friend Jackson, who has some serious problems of his own.Enthusiasm – Polly ShulmanFans of Jane Austen’s novels, Julie and Ashleigh decide to imitate their heroine and try to discover True Love in high school.Undercover – Beth KephartA quiet girl writes love notes for the people in her school, but her feelings for one student may change her.The Market – J.M. SteeleWhen Kate finds out that someone is rating all the girls in her class, she is determined to make sure her score rises, no matter what it takes.Sixteen candles – Tia WilliamsTangie and her friends juggle romance, classes, and the arts with their friendship as the “It Chicks”.Good enough – Paula YooPatti is trying to get into an Ivy League school to please her parents, but this Korean-American teen also wants to have fun.Divine Confidential – Jacquelin ThomasAfter she moves from Hollywood to Georgia, Divine still wants to live her life as a diva and find romance.She’s a witch girl – Kelly McClymerWitch Prudence Stewart tries to manage her new crush, best friend, and cheerleading competition, all with a touch of magic.A higher geometry – Sharelle Byars MoranvilleIn the late 1950s, Anna feels she must choose between the traditional role her parents expect of her and her dream of going to college to study mathematics.Shift – Jennifer BradburyTwo friends attempt to bike cross-country until a vicious verbal conflict explodes between them. Suddenly the long-anticipated arrival in Seattle seems almost impossible to one cyclist.Secret smile – Nicci FrenchAnother beautiful heroine beset by another Iago in French’s underimagined latest. But they do meet cute—at a skating rink where both do a lot of amiable falling down. She likes him (“His hair is glossy black like a raven’s wing”), and yet when he asks for her phone number, Miranda Cotton experiences “a moment of reluctance.” Readers who know their way around this author’s oeuvre will experience a moment of foreshadowing and will mark Brendan Block as a black-hearted sicko. Briefly, the two become lovers, though the affair ends when Miranda comes home from work to find Brandon making free with her London flat—and, more importantly, with her very private diary. She bounces him, but Brendan, of course, doesn’t take kindly to rejection and sets about implementing a pattern of vengeful behavior. In short order, he bewitches Miranda’s sister, dazzles her parents, and has a devastating effect on her young brother’s delicate psyche. Desperate, Miranda seeks help, but so seductively charming is Brendan that no one will believe him capable of the villainy she describes—not her family, not the lover who succeeds Brendan, not her best friend (who pays a bitter price for skepticism), and not the feckless police (“I’m not very interested in patterns,” says one cloddish cop). Relentlessly, Brendan battens on Miranda’s misery, piling up a pitiless string of victories in the cat-and-mouse game he refuses to end, until, at last—as you knew she must—Miranda finds the right fellow sufferer.someone just as angry as she is. Suddenly the fur really begins to fly. Excellent suspense!
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