All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven- I read this for a book published this year. While I thought the writing itself was great and the book left me thinking, I was also disappointed in it. It was touted for lovers of Eleanor & Park and TFIOS (which I loved) and I really think there should be no comparison. It has a difficult subject matter, and one I feel should be addressed, but it also is very depressing and I worry about teens who do suffer from mental illness reading it.
Seven Ways We Lie (Book) : Redgate, Riley : A chance encounter tangles the lives of seven high school students, each resisting the allure of one of the seven deadly sins, and each telling their story from their seven distinct points of view.
Romeo and/or Juliet: A Chooseable-Path Adventure by Ryan North | Ann P. says "Romeo, oh Romeo, I have killed you twice in the first 50 pages! Oh, woe is me."
The end of fun by Sean McGinty ---- Seventeen-year-old Aaron is hooked on FUN, a new augmented reality experience that is as addictive as it is FUN. But when he sets off on a treasure hunt, left by his late grandfather, Aaron must navigate the real world and discover what it means to connect--after the game is over. (Mar. '16)