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Jennifer Rosoff: Neighbors reveal horrified cries of man whose date plunged 17 floors to her death on first date

2 August 2013 | 1:06 pm Stephen Close, 35, had been out to dinner with Jennifer Rosoff, 35, on Wednesday evening before she invited him back to her apartment in New York. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2383034/Jennifer-Rosoff-Neighbors-reveal-horrified-cries-man-date-plunged-17-floors-death-date.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490

'My friend! She fell off the building!' Neighbors reveal horrified cries of man whose date plunged 17 floors to her …

2 August 2013 | 8:51 am Stephen Close, 35, had been out to dinner with Jennifer Rosoff, 35, on Wednesday evening before she invited him back to her apartment in New York. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2383034/My-friend-She-fell-building-Neighbors-reveal-horrified-cries-man-date-plunged-17-floors-death-date.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490

Jennifer Rosoff: Woman Killed In 17-Story Fall From NYC Balcony Was On First Date

2 August 2013 | 6:00 am Jennifer Rosoff was on a first date when she went to her balcony to smoke a cigarette but instead fell 17 stories to her death after a railing gave way. The 35-year-old woman went to the balcony of her corner apartment in a building known as Stonehenge 57, located at First Avenue and 57th Street,… Read more Jennifer Rosoff: Woman Killed In 17-Story Fall From NYC Balcony Was On First Date is … http://www.inquisitr.com/883543/jennifer-rosoff-woman-killed-in-17-story-fall-from-nyc-balcony-was-on-first-date/

Colleague Recalls the Very Generous Ways of <b>Jennifer Rosoff</b> | G <b>…</b>

2 August 2013 | 4:01 pm mediabistro.com Colleague Recalls the Very Generous Ways of Jennifer Rosoff mediabistro.com One of the warmest public tributes paid so far to Jennifer Rosoff in the aftermath of her tragic death in midtown Manhattan  http://www.allotoi.com/news/colleague-recalls-the-very-generous-ways-of-jennifer-rosoff

Ad exec <b>Jennifer Rosoff</b> plunges to death on first date in New York <b>…</b>

2 August 2013 | 3:15 pm New York City police say Jennifer Rosoff, 35,plunged to her death outside her apartment on the 17th floor in midtown Manhattan shortly before 1am on Thursday when she either leaned against or sat on the railing while on a  http://eotmblog.com/2013/08/ad-exec-jennifer-rosoff-plunges-to-death-on-first-date-in-new-york/

<b>Jennifer Rosoff</b> Dies In Fall From NY Building | G-trends – Allotoi.com

2 August 2013 | 3:01 pm Jennifer Rosoff Dies In Fall From NY Building Huffington Post Jennifer Rosoff Dies In Fall From NY Building. A 35-year-old media executive on a first date plunged to her death Thursday after the railing on her 17th-floor New  http://www.allotoi.com/news/jennifer-rosoff-dies-in-fall-from-ny-building

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14 Responses to Jennifer Rosoff

  • HeLeNa.18z says:

    I Need Some Book/novel Suggestions? I read many types of books:
    Jane Austen novels
    Vampire Academy series
    Luxe novels
    Uglies series
    Harry Potter series
    Nicholas Sparks novels
    Graceling, Fire by Kristin Cashore
    Some trilogies of L.J Smith – The Forbidden Game, Dark Visions, Night World. The Vampire Diaries but I do not like the way she wrote the sequel of it.
    Anyways, I like books that are good for knowledge and vocabulary, i don’t like the ones that are too easy to read with a happy ending. I’m into novels that mostly have twists and unusual and even romantic. Plz suggest good ones! thxs.

    • Curator says:

      Try:
      Storm by Brigid Kemmerer, it’s the first book of the Elemental Series. I’ve read it several days ago. I really liked it.
      I’ll also recommend:
      -books of Abbi Glines: The Vincent Boys Series and Existence Series.
      -The Mortal Instrument Series by Cassandra Clare
      -Meg Rosoff’s novels
      -The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
      -Cracked Up to be by Courtney Summers
      -New Girl by Paige Harbison
      -The Host by Stephenie Meyer
      -But I love Him by Amanda Grace
      -First Comes Love by Katie Kacvinsky
      -Summer Series by Jenny Han
      -Endless Summer and Love Story by Jennifer Echols

      And since you liked Jane Austen’s novels, I think you’d like Wuthering Heights and Gone With the Wind if you haven’t read them yet.

  • JoyBrook says:

    Dystopian Romance Novels For Young Adults? Dystopian romance novels have been peaking their way as my favorite genre of books. They always guarantee me my favorite elements in a book: adventure, action, and romance…at least that build-up romance instead of love at first sight.

    I’ve read:
    The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
    Eve by Anna Carey
    Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi (currently)
    and I’m going to check out the book Struck by Jennifer Bosworth

    Any suggestions? Much appreciated!

    • Curator says:

      These are some of my favorite new dystopian novels with romance for YA:

      Across the Universe by Beth Revis – 2011. When 17-year-old Amy joins her parents as frozen cargo on a spaceship, she expects to be thawed 300 years later upon arrival at a new planet. However, her world turns upside down when she is awakened fifty years too early and finds herself embroiled in the mystery surrounding the attempted murders of frozen passengers. Her life endangered by Eldest, the tyrannical leader of the ship’s maintenance population, she turns to her only ally: Elder, the young man destined to take Eldest’s place as leader. As they solve the mystery together, romance blossoms between Amy and Elder, complicating an already complex situation.

      The Shore of Monsters by David J. Nix – 2011. Five generations earlier, a horde of monsters nearly obliterated humanity. All males are dead or ruined by a monster plague; words like ‘father’ and ‘romance’ have lost meaning. When teenager Sky joins an expedition to the shore that falls apart, she must survive amongst the monsters that roam the ruins. She gets unexpected help from a very surprising source. Mystery, action, and romance follow!

      Blood Red Road (Dustlands Series) by Moira Young – 2012. In a post-apocalyptic future, 18-year-old Saba’s twin brother is stolen by black-clad riders. When tough-as-nails Saba launches a relentless search to recover him, she must fight for her life in gladiator cages, overcome enemies both creature and human, and learn to trust others for the first time. And try as she might, she can’t help but fall for the charming scoundrel Jack, who just may understand her more than she knows. The author tells Saba’s story in a raw first person format that blows you away. Must read for dystopian lovers!

      Delirium by Lauren Oliver – 2011. In the tightly controlled society of a future America, love is forbidden, classified as ‘deliria’ by authorities. Three months before her 18th birthday and a mandatory procedure to ‘cure’ her deliria, Lena meets Alex, who sends her heart aflutter. As love blossoms between the two, Lena questions what she has always been told about love, and begins to consider the unthinkable: not submitting to the cure, and choosing deliria instead. Beautifully written, but a little slow.

      Divergent by Veronica Roth – 2011. In a future dystopian Chicago, each 16-year old must choose to belong one of five factions, each of which represents a dominant personality trait. For most the choice is easy – simply follow the results an aptitude test. For Beatrice, however, the choice is not simple. Her test indicates three aptitudes. In addition to complicating her life, this fact makes her dangerous to the community for reasons she does not know. What she decides promises to put her in danger, and possibly tilt the entire balance of society.

      The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan – 2010. Seven generations have passed since the Return, a plague that reanimates dead humans into creatures that feed on the living. Teenager Mary lives inside one of the last enclaves of uninfected, protected by a chain link fence that surrounds her village. When the fence is breached, Mary flees the village with a small band of survivors. Their flight toward an uncertain salvation is both harrowing and revealing, as they try to determine if they are humanity’s last hope.

      How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff – 2006. Fascinating novel about the outbreak of a 21st century world war as seen through the eyes of Daisy, a 15 year old American staying with her cousins on a remote England farm. At first utopian, the kid’s existence degenerates into horror as the war encroaches on the farm. Through the several month period covered by the story, Daisy grows from a self-centered girl into a determined survivor. This book will leave a mark on the reader for years to come.

      Matched by Allie Condy – 2010. In Cassia’s society, officials determine everything for you: what you will eat, what job you will have, and who you will marry. When Cassia is matched to her best friend, Xander, at a matching ceremony, she believes Society has made a good choice. However, a ‘glitch’ causes another face to be briefly revealed to her: that of a boy named Ky. Haunted by the face, Cassia begins to consider the unthinkable: of rebelling against the predetermined path of her life and choosing for herself.

      The Uglies Trilogy by Scott Westerfield – 2005. In a future society, a mandatory operation at age 16 wipes out physical differences, turning “Uglies” into “Pretties”. The Pretties are allowed freedom to play, while the Uglies jealously await their turn. Ugly Tally has gotten into trouble that may forfeit her operation. The menacing government offers her a way out: find a group of rebel Uglies, infiltrate, and betray them. Tally agrees, but upon finding the rebels comes to understand the terrible price of becoming pretty.

  • Bubbles says:

    What Are Done Good Books I Can Read? I’m 18 And Female.? I’m after some new books to read. All I see in stores these days are about vampires or gossip girl and im really not into either. My favorite authors are John marsden and Melina marchetta but I have read most of theirs. Can anyone recommend any good books or authors similar to those two or suited for an 18 year old female. Sorry I didn’t note any specific tastes, I will give anything a look at 🙂

    • Curator says:

      Looking for Alaska, Paper Towns< An Abundance of Katherines by John Green (YA) Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chobsky (YA) Hate List by Jennifer Brown (YA) Life as We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer (YA) How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff (YA) Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinge (classic) Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides The Pact or Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult Battle Royale by Koushun Takami The Stand by Stephen King Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks Captain Corelli's Mandolin by Louis de Bernieres Atonement by Ian McEwan

  • Cereal says:

    Can You Give Me A List Of Good Books? I’m trying to create a list of 20 books to read before this year ends. The books I usually read are very easy, and, well, I’m now looking for classics. I’m in middle school, but I read on a 10th grade level. The books they hold in the school library are far from interesting.
    So far on my list I have:
    -To Kill a Mocking Bird By Harper Lee
    -The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
    -Go Ask Alice
    -Book Of A Thousand Days By Shannon Hale
    -Flowers for Algernon By Daniel Keys
    -How I Live Now By Meg Rosoff
    -Someone Like You By Sarah Desson

    I know some of the titles aren’t considered “classics” but they where recommended on about three different websites.
    I’d prefer classic, but as long as the books contain some interesting elements, I’d be happy to read them.
    Rick Riordan’s books aren’t difficult to me. Sorry.

    • Curator says:

      These are the best of books I selected from each genre:

      The Shadow of the Wind – Carlos Ruiz Zafon (Fiction)
      The Five People You Meet In Heaven – Mitch Alborn (Inspiring)
      Perfect Chemistry – Simone Elkeles (Romance)
      Stealing Heaven – Elizabeth Scott (Teen)
      Beastly – Alex Flinn (Fantasy)
      Redeeming Love – Francine Rivers(Drama)
      The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – Stieg Larsson (Mystery)
      Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series- Jeff Kinney (Comedy)
      Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day – Winifred Watson (Classic)
      Model: a memoir – Cherly Diamond (Non-Fiction)
      The Tale of Despereaux – Kate Dicamillo (Children) DO NOT LET THAT HINDER YOU.

      My list (That I read and thought others should):

      Autobiography Of A Wardrobe: a memoir – Elizabeth Kendall
      Georgiana: Duchess of Devonshire – Amanda Foreman
      Memoirs of a Geisha – Arthur Golden
      The Hidden Diary of Marie Antoinette – Carolly Erickson
      Model: a memoir – Cherly Diamond
      Anastasia – Stewart
      A Wrinkle in Time – Madeleine L’Engle
      Aquamarine –Alice Hoffman
      Fairy Tales – Hans Christian Andersen
      Graceling – Kristin Cashore
      Pippi Longstocking – Astrid Lindgren
      The Last Unicorn – Peter S. Beagle
      Tiger Rising – Kate DiCamillo
      Woman In The Wall – Patrice Kindl
      A Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens
      Animal Farm – George Orwell
      Cheri and the Last of Cheri – Colette
      Crime and Punishment – Fyodor Dostoevsky
      Darcy’s Passion – Regina Jeffers
      Les Miserables – Victor Hugo
      Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day – Winifred Watson
      Nobody’s Boy – Hector Malot
      The Count of Monte Cristo – Alexandre Dumas
      The Moonstone: a Romance – Wilkie Collins
      Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series- Jeff Kinney
      Undead Series – MaryJanice Davidson
      The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Mark Haddon
      The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – Stieg Larsson
      And Then There Were None – Agatha Christie
      A Reliable Wife : a novel – Robert Goolrick
      A Womans Place: a novel by Lynn Austin
      Before I Die by Jenny Downham
      How to Be Good – Nick Hornby
      The Shadow Of The Wind – Carlos Ruiz Zafon
      The Perks Of Being A Wallflower – Stephen Chbosky
      The Secret Life of Bees – Sue Monk Kidd
      The Tea Rose series – Jennifer Donnelly
      The Thirteenth Tale – Diane Setterfield
      Vanishing Acts: A Novel – Jodi Picoult
      Water for Elephants – Sara Gruen
      501 Must See Movies – Niel Randles
      Julie & Julia [My Year of Cooking Dangerously] – Julie Powell
      The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer
      A Certain Slant of Light – Laura Whitcomb
      A Great and Terrible Beauty Series – Libba Bray
      Beastly – Alex Flinn
      Blood and Chocolate – Annette Klause
      Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke
      Graceling by Kristin Cashore
      Mediator Series – Meg Cabot
      Sookie Stackhouse Series – Charlaine Harris
      The Alchemyst Series – Michael Scott
      The Chronicles of Narnia – C.S. Lewis
      The Fetch– Laura Whitcomb
      The Host – Stephenie Meyer
      The Midnight Twins Series – Jacquelyn Mitchard
      Wings – Aprilynne Pike
      A Novel Idea – Aimee Friedman
      Breakfast At Bloomingdale’s – Kristen Kemp
      How Not To Be Popular – Jennifer Ziegler
      L.A. Candy – Lauren Conrad
      Paisley Hanover Acts Out – Cameron Tuttle
      Picture Perfect by Catherine Clark
      Prep: A Novel – Curtis Sittenfeld
      Princess Diaries – Meg Cabot
      Secrets of my Hollywood Life – Jen Calonita
      Snowed In – Rachel Hawthorne
      Stealing Heaven – Elizabeth Scott
      Summer Intern- Carrie Karasyov
      TTYL Series – Lauren Myracie
      The Wedding Planner’s Daughter Series – Coleen Paratore
      A Countess Below Stairs – Eva Ibotson
      Boys Series – Meg Cabot
      Educating Carolina – Patricia Cabot
      Peony In Love – Lisa See
      Perfect Chemistry – Simone Elkeles
      Redeeming Love – Francine Rivers
      Something Borrowed – Emily Giffin
      The Luxe Series by Anna Godbersen
      Where Roses Grow by Patricia Cabot
      Perfumes – Luca Turin, Tania Sanchez
      The Salem Witchcraft Trials: A Legal History – Peter Charles Hoffer

  • I Am 13 And Need Books To Read? It doesnt have to be girly books twilight was alright but i also have read all of these and any of the series that go with them but was to lazy to write: 1chatching fire ??suzanne collins
    2
    3
    4forest of hands and teeth carrie ryan
    5once a witch carolyn maccullough
    6
    7the huger games suzanne collins
    8fairy tale cyn balog
    9the summonings:darkest powers book 1 kelley armstrong
    10wings aprilynne pike
    11penbas song marilyn nelson
    12graceling kristin cashore
    13the devouring simon holt
    14The Sweet, Terrible, Glorious Year I Truly, Completely
    Lost It lisa shanahan
    15Kin: The Good Neighbors, Book One Holly Black
    16 great and terrible beauty
    17A True and Faithful Narrative Katherine Sturtevant)
    18Romeo’s Ex Lisa Fielder)
    19Before I Fall Lauren Oliver
    20The Dead-Tossed Waves: The Forest of Hands and Teeth,
    Book 2 Carrie Ryan
    21Going Bovine libba bray
    22The Chronicles of Narnia ~ C. S. Lewis
    23The Black Cauldron (The Chronicles of Pr… ~ Lloyd Alexander
    24The Last Unicorn ~ Peter S. Beagle
    25The Neverending Story ~ Roswitha Quadflieg
    26His Dark Materials Trilogy (The Golden Compass; The Subtle
    Knife; The Amber Spyglass) Philip Pullman
    27Inkheart ~ Cornelia Caroline Funke
    28Faerie Wars ~ Herbie Brennan
    29The Purple Emperor: Faerie Wars II (Faer… ~ Herbie Brennan
    30witch and wizard james patterson
    31tunnels roderick gordon
    32Dreamdark Series Laini Taylor
    33gifted Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Gifted marilyn kaye
    34Lyonesse, Book 1: The Well Between the Worlds Sam Llewellyn
    35The 100 Cupboards, Book 1N. D. Wilson
    36Bone of faerie Janni Lee Simner
    37the underneath kathi appelt
    38THIS WORLD WE LIVE IN by Susan Beth Pfeffer+life as we new it
    39 midnighters
    40 TRASH Andy Mulligan
    41 The Everafter Amy Huntley
    42 The Maze Runner: Maze Runner Trilogy, Book 1 James Dashner
    43 Mockingjay: The Hunger Games, Book 3 by Suzanne Collins
    44 Fallen by Lauren Kate
    45 Paper Towns john green
    46 Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
    47 Skin Hunger: A Resurrection of Magic, Book 1 by Kathleen Duey
    48 An Inconvenient Truth: The Crisis of Global Warming Written by Al Gore
    49 Just in Case by Meg Rosoff
    50 The Girlfriend Project by Robin Friedman
    51 Peeps by Scott Westerfeld
    52 ship breaker paolo bacigalupi
    53Friend Is Not a Verb Daniel Ehrenhaft)
    54Solace of the Road by Siobhan Dowd
    55Fire by Kristin Cashore
    56Inside Out and Back Again by Thanhha Lai
    57Turtle in Paradise by Jennifer Holm
    58This Is Me from Now On by Barbara Dee
    59Dreamdark Series by Laini Taylor
    60Ranger’s Apprentice, Book 1: The Ruins of Gorlan by John Flanagan
    61Heart of a Shepherd by Roseanne Parry
    62Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
    63Torment: Fallen, Book 2 by Lauren Kate
    64Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi
    65Boys, Bears, and a Serious Pair of Hiking Boots by Abby McDonald
    66Bad Girls by Alex McAulay
    67Glass by Ellen Hopkins
    PLEASE I NEED MORE BOOKS TO READ IM GOING CRAZY !!!
    i also heard of eragon series which i am now reading …

  • Ashley says:

    Any Good Books For Teens? I’m looking for a good book. i’ve read:
    the twilight series
    the immortal series
    vampire kisses series
    like all of sarah dessen’s books
    the host
    the evernight series
    fallen
    beautiful creatures…

    ect, ect…..
    so i’m looking for a fiction book to read with like vampires, werewolves or witches. i really like romance and action. please don’t give me books with unhappy endings i just don’t like them lol. i like to feel happy when i finish a book 😀
    thanks for the answers!

    • Curator says:

      Sorry if my answer is super long, this is my book list and i just thought that you seem to like the same stuff as i do 🙂 so here you go:

      wake, fade, gone by lisa mcmann
      blood promise by richelle mead
      blue bloods novels by melissa de la cruz
      prophecy of the sisters by michelle zink
      where i want to be by adele griffin
      wicked lovely by melissa marr
      evernight by claudia gray
      shadowed summer by saundra mitchell
      blue moon by alyson noel
      tantalize and eternal by cynthia leitich smith
      love you hate you miss you by elizabeth scott
      fate by jennifer lynn barnes
      a great and terrible beauty by libba bray
      princess of the midnight ball by jessica day george
      if i stay by gayle forman
      need by carrie jones
      unwind by neal shusterman
      a map of the known world by lisa ann sandell
      breathing by cheryl renee herbsman
      thirteen reasons why by jay asher
      coraline by neil gaiman
      beautiful creatures by kami garcia, margaret stohl
      invisible monsters by chuck palahniuk
      saving zoe by alyson noel
      the devouring by simon holt
      the giver by lois lowry
      uglies, pretties, specials by scott westerfield
      speak by laurie halse anderson
      the graveyard book by neil gaiman
      nick and noras infinite playlist by rachel cohn, david levithan
      city of ember, the people of sparks by jeanne duprau
      shade’s children by garth nix
      tuck everlasting by natalie babbitt
      marked by p.c. cast, kristin cast
      life as we knew it by susan beth pfeffer
      how i love now by meg rosoff
      the secret year by jennifer hubbard
      hush, hush by becca fitzpatrick
      the dark devine by bree dispain
      the body finder by kimberly derting
      sea by heidi r. kling
      brightly woven by alexandra bracken
      the mark by jen nadol
      guardian of the dead by karen healey
      the line by teri hall
      bleeding violet by dia reeves
      dirty little secrets by c.j. omolulu
      looking for alaska by john green
      i am legend by richard matheson
      middlesex by jeffrey eugenides
      house of leaves by mark z. danielewski
      a certain slant of light by laura whitcomb
      everlost by neal shusterman
      i heart you, you haunt me by lisa schroeder
      the everafter by amy huntley
      things not seen by andrew clements
      unwind by neal shusterman
      into the forest by jean hegland
      little, big by john corwley
      Expendable by James Allen Gardner
      city by clifford d. simak
      just listen by sarah dessen
      tithe by holly black
      cirque du freak by darren shan
      city of bones, city of ashes, city of glass by cassandra clare
      memoirs of a teenage amnesiac by gabrielle zevin
      13 little blue envelopes by maureen johnson
      feed by m.t. anderson
      the barcode tattoo by suzanne weyn
      numbers by rachel ward
      deadly little secret by laurie faria stolarz
      shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
      CRASH INTO ME BY ALBERT BORRIS
      sleepless by thomas fahy
      swoon by nina malkin
      deeper by megan hart

      hope this helps:) again sorry about the length!

  • Any Good Teen Bookst There? Ok so iv read **breath**

    The amanda project #1 (invisible i)
    private series
    13 reasons why
    privilege series
    pretty little liars series
    the luxe series
    twilight series
    clique series…alphas too
    Dirty little secrets series
    hunger & gone (series??)
    kissed by an angel
    dark secrets
    what happended to cass mcbride
    the host
    uglies/pretties

    i have ryhmes with witches, to save a life, and the decoding of lana morris but ill probably finish by the end of the week!!
    im not into wizards, cats, stuff like that.

    • Curator says:

      Ill copy and paste you my book list, we have somewhat similar taste 🙂 sorry about the length, and some of the books you listed might be on my list, sorry about that but i dont feel like going through it and taking them off ahah,

      wake (done), fade, gone by lisa mcmann
      blood promise by richelle mead
      blue bloods novels by melissa de la cruz
      prophecy of the sisters by michelle zink
      where i want to be by adele griffin
      wicked lovely by melissa marr
      evernight by claudia gray
      shadowed summer by saundra mitchell
      blue moon by alyson noel
      tantalize and eternal by cynthia leitich smith
      love you hate you miss you by elizabeth scott
      fate by jennifer lynn barnes
      a great and terrible beauty by libba bray
      princess of the midnight ball by jessica day george
      if i stay by gayle forman
      need by carrie jones
      unwind by neal shusterman
      a map of the known world by lisa ann sandell
      breathing by cheryl renee herbsman
      thirteen reasons why by jay asher
      coraline by neil gaiman
      beautiful creatures by kami garcia, margaret stohl
      invisible monsters by chuck palahniuk
      saving zoe by alyson noel
      the devouring by simon holt
      the giver by lois lowry
      uglies, pretties, specials by scott westerfield
      speak by laurie halse anderson
      the graveyard book by neil gaiman
      nick and noras infinite playlist by rachel cohn, david levithan
      city of ember, the people of sparks by jeanne duprau
      shade’s children by garth nix
      tuck everlasting by natalie babbitt
      marked by p.c. cast, kristin cast
      life as we knew it by susan beth pfeffer
      how i love now by meg rosoff
      the secret year by jennifer hubbard
      hush, hush by becca fitzpatrick
      the dark devine by bree dispain
      the body finder by kimberly derting
      sea by heidi r. kling
      brightly woven by alexandra bracken
      the mark by jen nadol
      guardian of the dead by karen healey
      the line by teri hall
      bleeding violet by dia reeves
      dirty little secrets by c.j. omolulu
      looking for alaska by john green
      i am legend by richard matheson
      middlesex by jeffrey eugenides
      house of leaves by mark z. danielewski
      a certain slant of light by laura whitcomb
      everlost by neal shusterman
      i heart you, you haunt me by lisa schroeder
      the everafter by amy huntley
      things not seen by andrew clements
      unwind by neal shusterman
      into the forest by jean hegland
      little, big by john corwley
      Expendable by James Allen Gardner
      city by clifford d. simak
      just listen by sarah dessen
      tithe by holly black
      cirque du freak by darren shan
      city of bones, city of ashes, city of glass by cassandra clare
      memoirs of a teenage amnesiac by gabrielle zevin
      13 little blue envelopes by maureen johnson
      feed by m.t. anderson
      the barcode tattoo by suzanne weyn
      numbers by rachel ward
      deadly little secret by laurie faria stolarz
      shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
      CRASH INTO ME BY ALBERT BORRIS
      sleepless by thomas fahy
      swoon by nina malkin
      deeper by megan hart

      there you go 🙂 hope this helpps.

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