Titans' Top Fiction Picks
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas (Recommended by Khushman Sohi)
Stay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian (Recommended by Victoriya Say)
Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds (Recommended by Kristina Ozeruga)
I would definitely recommend it! It was so different then what I am used to reading, and it was written in poetry so it was something new for me.
Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds (Recommended by Aileen Vargas)
If you want to be challenged, then this is the book for you. Again, this book showed how much the death of a close one can impact your life.
They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera (Recommended by Kristina Ozeruga)
I really recommend this book. It looks into the future, and I love the plot. It is great for teenagers. Overall, I give this book a 10/10.
I 100% recommend this book. The book shares different sides of the plot through different people, and you will definitely get a lot of dramatic irony and cliffhangers.
The Fault in Out Stars (Recommended by Kristina Ozeruga)
I recommend this book because it helps us see into the lives of people with cancer, and it made me feel sad.
Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart (Recommended by Kristina Ozeruga)
I would recommend this book to strong readers because the plot of the book goes back into time and reading it can be confusing. It has a good plot though and is interesting, with shocking parts in the story.
Hot Dog Girl by Jennifer Dugan (Recommended by Kristina Ozeruga)
I really enjoyed this book, and it was very interesting. I definitely recommend it.
Geekerella by Ashton Poston (Recommended by Kristina Ozeruga)
I really like this book. It was like Cinderella because she has a stepmother and rude stepsisters and a guy she really likes but does not know who she is. It is a 10/10. Super cute!
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas (Recommended by Aileen Vargas)
The book was really good. I have read the book and watched the movie, and I really recommend this book to whoever is really into the theme of BLM. the book really showed how people around them feel when they lose a close one to police brutality. It made me realize how much the death of someone can impact a young person's life.
On the Come Up by Angie Thomas (Recommended by Aileen Vargas)
This book was amazing and gave me black women empowerment for sure. This book made me realize how hard it is for young black women to get into the music industry.