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Stephanie Perkins

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Stephanie Perkins writes novels for teens (and for adults who aren't afraid to admit that teen books are awesome). She was born in South Carolina, raised in Arizona, attended universities in San Francisco and Atlanta, and now lives in the mountains of North Carolina amidst the waterfalls and wild blueberries.

Genres: Romance, Young Adult Romance
Stephanie Perkins recommends
Live Through This (2012)
Mindi Scott
"Harrowing, sad, funny and fantastic. I couldn't put it dowm."
Kissing Ted Callahan (and Other Guys) (2015)
(Kissing Ted Callahan, book 1)
Amy Spalding
"I laughed so hard I cried. I have major crush on Ted Callahan."
We Are Okay (2017)
Nina LaCour
"So lonely and beautiful that I could hardly breathe. This is a perfect book."
Hunted (2017)
(Hunted , book 1)
Meagan Spooner
"Fierce and luscious. Wander into these woods and vanish inside this splendid fairy tale."
The Upside of Unrequited (2017)
Becky Albertalli
"Heart-fluttering, honest, and hilarious. I can't stop hugging this book."
Sadie (2018)
Courtney Summers
"Sadie is an electrifying, high-stakes road trip. Clear your schedule. You're not going anywhere until you've reached the end."
Of Curses and Kisses (2020)
(St Rosetta's Academy, book 1)
Sandhya Menon
"There's something irresistible about Sandhya Menon's novels--the romances are sweet and winning, the humor is cheerful and sly, and the families are warm and complicated."
A Better Bad Idea (2021)
Laurie DeVore
"The stakes are violently high, and these "unlikable" protagonists are extraordinarily likable. I admired the grit and guts of these girls as much as I admired Devore's bold storytelling."
Good Rich People (2022)
Eliza Jane Brazier
"Fizzy and hilarious, dangerous and outrageous. It's like chugging a flute of champagne that's been lit on fire. I loved the hell out of it."
Hide (2022)
Kiersten White
"Hide is a claustrophobic thriller choked with weeds, rust, and rot. The game here is not what it seems. The hunt is swift and merciless, and the fear is primal and bestial. Don't pick up this book unless you have time to read it all in one anxious sitting."

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