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Amanda P.

Biography

Amanda P.

Teen Board Member

 Amanda P.
11th Grade
Boerne, Texas

Favorite Genre: Realistic Fiction

Top Five Favorite Books:
1. THE FAULT IN OUR STARS by John Green
2. THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER by Stephen Chbosky
3. WHERE THINGS COME BACK by John Corey Whaley
4. JELLICOE ROAD by Melina Marchetta
5. THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins

Interests: Art and reading

I have loved to read for as long as I have known how. Therefore, reading is extremely
important to me and is a huge part of who I am. Being on the Teenreads.com Teen Board
made sense to me because it is full of people who have the same appreciation for books
and reading that I do. I am glad to have the opportunity to be of use to Teenreads and to
be a part of something that has been helpful in my never ending search for more books
to read.

Amanda P.

Reviews by Amanda P.

by Stephanie Hemphill - Young Adult 13+

HIDEOUS LOVEis the story of the mastermind behind one of the most iconic figures in all of literature, a monster constructed out of dead bodies and brought to life by the tragic Dr. Frankenstein. This luminous verse novel reveals how Mary Shelley became one of the most celebrated authors in history.

by Lauren Barnholdt - Youth Fiction

Here are Peyton and Jace, broken up but thrown together on a road trip. One of them is lying about the destination. One of them is pretending not to be leaving something behind. And neither of them is prepared for what’s coming on the road ahead…

by Katie McGarry - Young Adult 14+

If anyone knew the truth about Beth Risk's home life, they'd send her mother to jail and her to who knows where. Until the day her uncle swoops in and forces Beth to choose between her mom's freedom and her own happiness. That's how Beth finds herself living with an aunt who doesn't want her and going to a school that doesn't understand her. Except for the one guy who shouldn't get her....

by Scott Blagden - Social Issues, Fiction, Love & Romance, Young Adult 14+

Irreverent, foulmouthed 17-year-old Cricket is the oldest ward in a Catholic boys’ home in Maine --- and his life sucks. With prospects for the future that range from professional fighter to professional drug dealer, he seems doomed to a life of “criminal rapscallinity.” But then Wynona Bidaban steps into his world, and Cricket slowly realizes that maybe, just maybe, life doesn’t totally suck.