The Game of Love and Death by Martha Brockenbrough is the story of two young people who have to overcome obstacles beyond their control to allow love to defeat death.
Powerless by Tera Lynn Childs illustrates how the lack of a superpower can in itself be powerful.
Mechanica by Betsy Cornwall is a Cinderella story with more than one twist. This is one of my top ten.
All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven gives a new perspective on mental illness. This book is really well written and will hold your interest from beginning to end.
Con Academy by Joe Schreiber shows the ingenuity of a young man as he tries to leave his past and move into a better future.
The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons is another of my top ten. In a society that sees women only as baby factories, our heroine finds a way to fight back.
There are many more books on the list and I haven't read them all, but I know that a reader will not be disappointed if they start into one of the top ten nomination titles. So, if you are a teenager, take time to vote at www.dogobooks.com/voting/2016-teens-top-reads