What are the best YA books of 2007?

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    #1Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the seventh book in the Harry Potter Series. Harry and his friends is already on their last year at Hogwarts but the adventure still continues. The battle will begin and many lives will be lost. 
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    Catherine Martin
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "One of my favorite YA books is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. If you've read the other books in the series, you will love this one. This is my favorite book from all of the books in the series. The book contains one of the final battles of the series, and prepares the story to end soon. I recommend this as a good Young Adult book."
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    #2Before I Die

    Before I Die

    Before I Die tells the story of a woman with just a few month to live. This sad novel, written by Jenny Downham, contains provoking dialogues and an amazing text that makes you think.


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    Andrés Álvarez
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "The best YA book of 2007 is Before I Die by Jenny Downham. Faced with the reality of dying in a few months, Tessa compiles a list of things she wants to do before she meets her maker. High up on the list is sex. It is an erotic yet thought-provoking story of how one young woman deals with mortality. "
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    #3The Book Thief

    The Book Thief
    The Book Thief is a young adult novel by Markus Zusak set in Germany during the height of the Nazi regime which centers on a young girl named Liesel who is close to her foster parents, friends, and a Jewish fist fighter.
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    Sara Kim
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "This is a story that has stuck with me long after reading it. I would recommend this book not only to young adults but older adults as well. The creative story telling and the little girl will leave you captivated. "
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    #4Looking for Alaska

    Looking for Alaska
    Looking for Alaska is an award-winning young-adult fiction novel by John Green published in 2005. This book follows the story of a boy named Pudge who's obsessed with famous last words and his quirky group of friends. 
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    George Russell
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "This book won awards for a reason. It was my first John Green book. I couldn't put it down. I found it so easy to relate to Pudge. I don't want to to give away too much, go read it! "
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    #5Thirteen Reasons Why

    Thirteen Reasons Why
    Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher narrates how Clay Jensen learns about the reasons why his classmate, workmate, and crush, Hannah Baker took her own life. Hannah Baker left cassette tapes so Clay and everyone involved could listen and discover why.
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    #6Marked (House of Night)

    Marked (House of Night)

    Marked, the first book in P.C Cast and Kristin Cast' House of Night series, is about Zoey and the House of Night, the school for vampyres. While trying to fit in her new school, Zoey finds out that even as a 'Marked', her life is not going to be easy.

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    Carl Peterson
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "A book about teenagers in a world of Vampires? Yawn! Marked is the first book in the House of Night series, and I figured maybe it would add something to the vampire genre, but the only thing it added to was the pile of books I started and couldn't be bothered to finish."
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    #7City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments)

    City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments)
    City of Bones is about 15-year-old Clary Fray and a weird murder that she witnessed in a city club. The culprit is invisible, and the body disappeared into thin air then an angel came and everything gets messier when Clary's mother is gone.
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    Gregory Stone
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "It is a potential option but I don't think that the description is all that great. It's poorly written and doesn't give me a lot of faith that this will be a good book."
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    #8Wildwood Dancing

    Wildwood Dancing
    Wildwood Dancing is a fantasy book for young adults written by Juliet Marillier published on January 23, 2007 by 2007. It follows the story of five daughter from the castle of Piscul Draculi.
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    Lawrence Burke
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "I bought this novel for my teenage daughter a few weeks ago. She hasn't stopped talking about the 5 daughters and how they each are kind of like one of her personalities. My daughter struggles with some mental health issues but I think it is healthy for her to recognize and relate to things in this fashion."
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    #9Pants on Fire

    Pants on Fire

    Pants on Fire is a young adult fiction novel written by Meg Cabot and it was first published in April 2007. This book follows the story of a senior high student and photographer named Katie Ellison living in the small town of Eastport.

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    Jorge Alberto Baltazar
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "Meg Cabot's Pants on Fire aspires to be a young adult romance set in a small town. I'm not sure if I'm now just jaded on these young adult novels especially the really contemporary ones, but this one didn't really do anything for me. I thought it was well written and engaging enough but I was never fully engaged. To be honest, I found it rather trite and boring. I think I just need a break from some of these books. The story is a typical one, and if you've been through one of these, it's much the same for the rest. Pants on Fire doesn't take any risk on breaking that mold. I suppose if you like this formula, it's right up your alley."
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    #10Book of a Thousand Days

    Book of a Thousand Days
    Book of a Thousand Days is a novel by Shannon Hale. It tells the story of Dashti, who gets locked into a tower with her mistress, Lady Saren, after the lady refused her father's command to marry. Despite being sequestered, Dashti finds love.
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    Mark Collins
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "I absolutely love retellings of Fairy Tales and this is exactly what I was looking for. It's appropriately challenging without being either difficult or pandering so it makes for an excellent Young Adult novel. The dialogue is witty and the characters so enchanting that you'll be crying at the end just because you don't have any more book left."
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    #11Poison Study (Study)

    Poison Study (Study)
    Poison Study is the first book in the fantasy romance series Poison Study written by Maria V. Snyder which centers on self-confessed murderer Yelena who avoided a conviction when she became the new food taster of her nation. 
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    Joseph Castillo
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "I was looking for some books for my young adult daughter and came across "Poison Study" by Maria V. Snyder. I gave it a read through before recommending it and I was pleasantly surprised. The story is incredibly interesting and it will really keep you enchanted throughout. The main character is thrust into an awful situation and it is incredibly fun to watch her find her way through this mess she's in. I saw this book on a best of "2007" list of books for young adults and I feel that it definitely earned its place."
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    #12The Book of Luke

    The Book of Luke

    The Book of Luke is a standalone young adult contemporary novel written by Jenny O'Connell which is about the life of Emily Abbott. This is published by MTV Books on April 3, 2007.

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    Magdalena Arias
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "I read the reviews and descriptions about this book back in January and couldn't WAIT to order it! Well, I finally did and got pretty much what I expected. I'm not going to summarize this story, because its already been done in bunches of other reviews, however, I would like to point out that though Emily wants to prove that she doesn't have to be nice all the time, she takes it to the point where even she doesn't enjoy it anymore. On top of that, I felt like the only round characters in the book were Luke, TJ, her dad, and Owen (even though Owen's only mentioned a few times.) Josie, though she came from a humble background, recently became rich and now has a fairy tale life, except that she's let it get to her at several points. Lucy is a nice girl, but since she hadn't dated any horrible guys, she didn't really have all that much to add to the book. I felt like Emily could have easily avoided all the drama and heartbreaking if she had just come clean earlier. I know, I know, coming clean is a lot easier said than done, but sometimes the reasons don't hold up. Emily should have realized that her best friends wouldn't have cared if she fell for their experiement. I really did like the book, and it's definitely one I'll be reading again, I just had a few issues with the character developement. I'm excited to try Plan B soon! "
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    #13Eclipse (The Twilight Saga)

    Eclipse (The Twilight Saga)
    Eclipse is the third book in the Twilight Series. The story revolves around the new challenges Bella and Edward faces as vampire to human couple. In this book, Bella will struggle to choose between Edward and his best friend Jacob.
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Summary

Best What are the best YA books of 2007
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsBooks 24 Paid
2Before I DieBooks 22 Paid
3The Book ThiefBooks 21 Paid
4Looking for AlaskaBooks 19 Paid
5Thirteen Reasons WhyBooks 19 Paid
6Marked (House of Night)Books 16 Paid
7City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments)Books 15 Paid
8Wildwood DancingBooks 11 Paid
9Pants on FireBooks 6 Paid
10Book of a Thousand DaysBooks 4 Paid
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