Lily at Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute recommends A Sense of the Infinite by Hilary T. Smith: I would recommend this book to every one of my friends, especially those who are in grade 12. Teenagers transitioning from high school to university could really connect to the struggles of finding the perfect university AND keeping the friends that mean the most to you.
They were never meant to be together. Asa a general's daughter, seventeen-year-old Kestrel enjoys an extravagant and privileged life. Arin has nothing but the clothes on his back. Then Kestrel makes an impulsive decision that binds Arin to her.
When Tanya keeps having bad dreams about a girl, trapped in the old stone house around the corner, Tanya and her friends go to investigate the strange house covered in cobwebs and stumble onto their own worst nightmares come to life.
Tourmaline Harris and Virginia Campbell, two teenagers from opposite sides of the track, join forces to overthrow the people in their southern Virginia town who exploit them.
Following the deaths of her last living relatives, Hetty Deveraux leaves her strained marriage behind in London and returns to her ancestral home, a crumbling estate in Scotland's Outer Hebrides, with the intention of renovating and reselling it as a hotel, much to the dismay of the locals. But the shocking discovery of human remains brings her ambitious plans to an abrupt halt. Few clues are left to identify the body, but one thing is certain: this person did not die of natural causes.
In this reimagining of The Arabian Nights, Shahrzad plans to avenge the death of her dearest friend by volunteering to marry the murderous boy-king of Khorasan but discovers not all is as it seems within the palace.