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Jeremy H.

Biography

Jeremy H.

Teen Board Member

Walnut, California

Hi! My name is Jeremy H. I'm 13 years old and from Los Angeles, California. I am a freshman in high school and I'm on staff in our school's publications class. I love to watch movies and occasionally attend screenings or press conferences. I enjoy reading different genres of books such as fantasy, adventure and science fiction novels. In my free time, I write poetry and short stories, play basketball, strum the guitar and draw.

Top Five Favorite Books:
1. The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling
2. The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins
3. The Maze Runner series by James Dashner
4. The Mysterious Benedict Society series by Trenton Lee Stewart
5. The Paladin Prophecy series by Mark Frost

Jeremy H.

Reviews by Jeremy H.

by Aden Polydoros - Fiction, Mystery, Romance, Romantic Suspense, Suspense, Thriller, Young Adult 12+

Tyler Bennett trusts no one, but when strange things start happening, he starts to wonder if he can even trust himself. Even the girl he’s falling for has a burner phone just like his. Finding out what’s really happening only leads to more questions that could get them both killed. It’s not like someone’s kidnapping teens lost in the system and brainwashing them to be assassins or anything, right? In a race against the clock, they’ll have to uncover the truth behind Project Pandora and take it down.

by Julie Kagawa - Fantasy, Fiction, Paranormal, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Young Adult 14+

Dragon hatchling Ember Hill was never prepared to find love at all --- dragons do not suffer human emotions --- let alone with a human, and a former dragonslayer at that. With ex-soldier of St. George Garret dying at her feet after sacrificing his freedom and his life to expose the deepest of betrayals, Ember knows only that nothing she was taught by dragon organization Talon is true. About humans, about rogue dragons, about herself and what she's capable of doing and feeling.

by Pittacus Lore - Adventure, Fantasy, Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult 14+

It has been over a year since the invasion of Earth was thwarted in Pittacus Lore’s UNITED AS ONE. But in order to win, our alien allies known as the Garde unleashed their Loric energy that spread throughout the globe. Now human teenagers have begun to develop incredible powers of their own, known as Legacies.

by James Frey - Adventure, Dystopian, Fantasy, Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult 14+

It’s 1948, and World War II has just ended. Berlin is in pieces, torn apart by bullets, bombs and bloodshed. But a particular scientist has survived --- one with vital knowledge of an ancient weapon. When Endgame spies learn of the news, Boone, a Cahokian, and Ariadne, a Minoan, are each sent undercover to find the scientist amid the snowy rubble. But when their paths intertwine, the last thing they expect is to let their guards down and work together. 

by Arwen Elys Dayton - Adventure, Fantasy, Fiction, Friendship, Young Adult 14+
Quin has spent her life as her father’s pawn. She was trained to kill and manipulated to guarantee her family’s power. And now that she’s broken free of that life, she’s found herself trapped again, hostage to a plot that has been centuries in the making. It’s taken generations for the pieces to come together, and finally all is in place. Her best friend Shinobu’s mind has been corrupted, the Young Dread has aligned with her enemy John, and the bloodthirsty Watchers are being awakened and gathered. 
by James Frey and Nils Johnston-Shelton - Dystopian, Dystopian Fiction, Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult 14+

The explosive final novel in the Endgame trilogy. Two keys have been found. The strongest Players are left. One final key remains to win Endgame and save the world. For Sarah, Jago, Aisling, Maccabee, Shari, An and Hilal, Endgame has reached its final phase. The third key, Sun Key, is all that stands between one Player saving their line --- or perishing along with the rest of the world. And only one can win. No matter what they’re Playing for, all of the remaining Players have one thing in common: they will end the game, but on their own terms.

by Jonathan Friesen - Fiction, Young Adult 14+

Jonah wishes he could get the girl, but he’s an outcast and she’s the most perfect girl he knows. And their futures seemed destined to fork apart: Jonah’s physical condition is debilitating, and epileptic seizures fill his life with frustration. Whereas Stormi is seemingly carefree, and navigates life by sensing things before they happen. And her most recent premonition is urging her to leave town.

by Michael Kun and Susan Mullen - Fiction, Relationships, Young Adult 14+, Youth Fiction

Growing up across the street from each other, Scott and Cath have been best friends for most of their lives. Now they've graduated high school, and Cath is off to college while Scott stays at home trying to get his band off the ground. Neither of them realized that their first year after high school would be so hard. Fortunately, Scott and Cath still have each other, and it's through their letters that they survive heartache, annoying roommates, family dramas, and the pressure of figuring out what to do with the rest of their lives.

by Jeff Minerd - Adventure, Fantasy, Fiction, Magic, Young Adult 13+

When 15 year-old Tak rescues the survivor of an airship destroyed by one of the giant flammable gas bubbles mysteriously appearing in the sky of Etherium, the authorities react like a flock of startled grekks. Admiral Scud accuses Tak of sabotage and treason. Tak's father grounds him for reckless airmanship. Rumors spread that the bubbles are weapons devised by the Gublins, a race of loathsome but ingenious underground creatures. The King's advisors call for war, hoping to win much-needed Gublin coal. To prove his innocence and prevent a misguided war, Tak must do what anyone knows is suicide --- visit the Gublins and find out what they know. 

by Jennifer Mathieu - Fiction, Friendship, Social Issues, Young Adult 13+

When 11-year-old Dylan Anderson is kidnapped, his subsequent rescue leads to the discovering of 15-year-old Ethan Jorgensen, who had gone missing four years earlier. Dylan’s older sister, Caroline, can’t help but wonder what happened to her brother, who has nonverbal autism and isn’t adjusting well to life back home. There’s only one person who knows the truth: Ethan. But Ethan isn’t sure how he can help Caroline when he’s fighting traumatic memories of his own captivity.