Friday Favorites: Books Set in High School

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Hello, fellow bookworms!

Today’s post is a tag that was created by Something of the Book and she has a whole list of Friday Favorites to follow. They are awesome and it is a fun way to find new books with a twist and see how others have answered it!

Most books I read are set in fantasy worlds with no schools, so this is quite hard! I am going to list any type of school though, like private schools because I mean, they count right? So without further ado, here is my list!

398632591.) The Deceivers by Kristen Simmons

This is a fun contemporary drama set in a private school for spies! I have a review for this one here.

 

 

359989372.) Dead Queens Club

This is another contemporary drama that was pretty interesting and was a re imagining of King Henry VIII. My review for this is here.

 

 

274053513.) How to Hang a Witch

This one I listened to as an audiobook on a whim and actually enjoyed it! I did read the next one and liked that one as well.

 

 

2631474.) Vampire Kisses

It’s cheesy but I love it! These books have been a part of my life since I was like 15 so yeah. I will always love them.

 

 

41865.jpg5.) Twilight

I am going to finish off my list with this one because why not!

 

 

 

What’s your favorite book set in school? Let me know!

12 thoughts on “Friday Favorites: Books Set in High School

  1. Maybe it’s because I read so much realistic teen fiction, but I think this challenge would be a little bit better if it was limited to books set in high school that are NOT YA. I haven’t read any of these books except ‘Twilight’, I don’t usually read fantasy/sci-fi young adult fiction so I’ve probably read about more everyday teen angst than you have. πŸ˜› That’s the kind of stuff that makes me feel grateful I was homeschooled throughout my teen years.

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      1. I used to be into fantasy when I was a kid, but I haven’t been that into it these days. Occasionally I do read fantasy and science fiction and I really enjoy some of it, but most of it is written for adults instead of young adults. πŸ™‚

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