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Pranshu A.

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Pranshu A.


Pranshu A.

Teen Board Member

Norman, Oklahoma 

 

Favorite Genres: Contemporary/ Action/Adventure

 

Top Five Favorite Books:

Fire and Thrones Trilogy by Rae Carson

DIVERGENT by Veronica Roth
 
ELEANOR AND PARK by Rainbow Rowell
 
Tintin by Herge (series of comics)
 
Monkey High by Shouko Akira (manga)

 

Interests: Video Production, All things music and reading (of course)

 

Hi everyone! I am Pranshu and I'm fourteen years old. I currently live in Norman, Oklahoma. I'm so excited to be a part of the Teen Reads Teen Board! I love reading (you can probably tell). Losing yourself in a book, falling in love with the characters, screaming at the book when something bad happens...I love it all. I also love telling others what I think about books and discussing different aspects of the book and what I liked and didn't like. I am very thankful that I am going to be a part of this website and am really looking forward to sharing my love of books with you all :D

Pranshu A.

Reviews by Pranshu A.

by Martha Wells - Fantasy, Young Adult 12+

When Emilie and Daniel arrive in Silk Harbor, Professor Abindon, an old colleague of the Marlendes, warns them that she's observed something strange and potentially deadly in the sky, a disruption in an upper air aether current. But as the Marlendes investigate further, they realize it's a ship from another aetheric plane. It may be just a friendly explorer, or something far more sinister, but they will have to take an airship into the dangerous air currents to find out. Emilie joins the expedition and finds herself deep in personal entanglements, with an angry uncle, an interfering brother, and an estranged mother to worry about - not to mention a lost family of explorers, the strange landscapes of the upper air, and the deadly menace that inhabits the sky world.

by Alexandra Duncan - Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult 14+
Ava, 16, has spent her whole life aboard the ship Parastrata, where polygamy, hard labor and illiteracy are the norm. When she receives the news that she is to be married, she holds out hope that her childhood friend, Luck, will be her future husband. However, a passionate mistake causes Ava’s people to turn against her, and she must run for her life. She barely escapes to Earth, where time and climate change have altered the face of the planet. India has become the heart of this future world, but life outside the country’s borders and on its social fringes is still a hardscrabble existence. Can Ava find a way to survive outside the insular world of her childhood? Will she ever see Luck again? Is what she has been told about her own past the whole truth?
by Amy Rose Capetta - Fiction, Futuristic , Science Fiction, Young Adult 14+

Seventeen-year-old Cade is a fierce survivor, solo in the universe with her cherry-red guitar. Or so she thought. Her world shakes apart when a hologram named Mr. Niven tells her she was created in a lab in the year 3112, then entangled at a subatomic level with a boy named Xan. And once Cade discovers the wild joy of real connection, there’s no turning back.

by Sarah Zettel - Love & Romance, Adventure, Fiction, Historical , Historical Fiction, Historical Fiction/Romance, Historical Mystery, Young Adult 12+

Peggy is an orphan coerced into posing as a lady in waiting at the palace of King George I. Life is grand until Peggy starts to suspect that the girl she's impersonating might have been murdered. Unless Peggy can discover the truth, she might be doomed to the same fate. But in a court of shadows, anyone could be a spy --- perhaps even the handsome artist with whom Peggy is falling in love.

by Mitali Perkins - Anthology, Fiction, Humor, Nonfiction, Short Stories, Young Adult 12+

Listen in as ten YA authors --- some familiar, some new --- use their own brand of humor to share their stories about growing up between cultures. Edited by acclaimed author and speaker Mitali Perkins, this collection of fiction and nonfiction uses a mix of styles as diverse as their authors, from laugh-out-loud funny to wry, ironic, or poignant, in prose, poetry, and comic form.

by Patty Blount - Fiction, Young Adult 12+

Bailey's falling head-over-heels for Ryder West, a mysterious gamer she met online. A guy she's never met in person. Her best friend, Meg, doesn't trust smooth-talking Ryder. He's just a picture-less profile. When Bailey starts blowing Meg off to spend more virtual quality time with her new crush, Meg decides it's time to prove Ryder's a phony. But who is Ryder West?