No Way Out by Peggy Kern

no-way-out-peggy-kern-paperback-cover-artRecommended by Kalvin W. (winner Dominos gift card)

Have you ever felt like you were in a hole and couldn’t get out? Well, this 15-year-old boy was in a very deep hole. He found himself trying to help his guardian, who is his grandmother, with her bills because she was injured real badly. As he found himself trying to help he got in to bad business with the wrong person. Any teen can relate to this story because teens have the tendencies of trying to help.  That’s why this book is a must-read. This is a real unique book because it shows you there are always better ways to do things. This book gives a lesson which is: If you have to think about it, don’t do it. This book was from beginning to end.

I would give this book 5 out of 5 stars. You should read this book if you are a teen who gets pressured to go against your will or has been pressured to go against your will.


Breaking Point (Bluford High #16) by Karyn Langhorne Folan and Paul Langan

breakingpointRecommended by Tracy V.

Many people have family problems that can easily be solved, but in this situation Vicky just can’t seem to get out.

Vicky has been having family problems, and this is causing her to fail her classes. Everyone wants answers,but its just too complicated. Breaking Point started a little slow, so that everyone gets to know the characters, but at the same time it’s really good.This book is also similar to other books such as, Blessing in Disguise. These book are similar because both girls that star in the book deals with many problems. Another book that reminds me of this is,The Fallen, another Bluford High book.If I was to rate this book out 5 stars, it would be 5 out of 5.You should read this book if you like the Bluford High Series or Urban fiction.