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Underworld is the second installment in Meg Cabot‘s Abandon trilogy. You can read our review of the first book, Abandon, by clicking here! The books are definitely meant to be read in sequence, so be sure to do so, or you’ll be totally lost within this topsy turvy plot! ...

Read it. There isn’t really much more I can say–though I suppose some supporting evidence may help you reach a decision. Abandon is the first book of Meg Cabot’s Abandon trilogy, and tells the story of Pierce, a 17-year-old girl who is considered a problem child after drowning and being brought back to life by EMT. What happens while she’s...

Fans of Mia Thermopolis in The Princess Diaries series by Meg Cabot have been pining for a new installment since the final book was published in late 2008. For those of you who are unwilling to do math, that’s four years. Which is a really long time! A single cat can produce like, 200 offspring (including grand kids) in 4 years! I’m just saying, it’s...

City of Bones was published in 2007 and is part of six of The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. Set in New York City, the book tells the story of Clary Fray, a sixteen year old girl from Brooklyn who comes home one night to find that her mother kidnapped and her apartment infested with demons. The mysterious Jace Wayland, whom she met at a teen club, makes infuriating hints about a world she is part of but has never known. Together, Clary finds out about her family’s secret history and discovers her own latent powers that...

If you had the opportunity to read the worst book on the planet, what would you choose? Celeb Teen Laundry did some investigation into finding the worst book ever written. Could it be Twilight? No, there’s something far worse, far more terrifying, and far more disturbing than Twilight. Ladies and gentleman, readers of CTL, please meet Moon People – the worst...