Our Bookworm is an anonymous grade 12 student at Kwantlen Park. The Bookworm is a avid reader with impeccable taste. In this space, you’ll find Bookworm approved books.
So Yesterday by Scott Westerfeld
Hunter Braque is a new York city teenager with the ultra-stylish job of finding out
what’s “cool,” but when his boss goes missing he teams up with his girlfriend, Jen, to
take down a conspiracy group that has created the anti-brand which could potentially
flip hunters’ world where you’re only as cool as what you wear.
The Unidentified by Rae Mariz
In the future when the school system runs out of money corporations step in to “help.” Now, instead
of classes you go to stores in what they call “the game” where you’re given all the newest technology
and where every move you make is monitored for corporate research. Katey “kid” Dade witnesses a
very anti corporate prank and she’s drawn into a group of kids calling themselves “the unidentified”
who are planning a prank that could change the game forever.
Anthem of a Reluctant Prophet by Joanne Proulx
Luke was just a normal seventeen year old boy. He gets okay grades, partakes in a few illegal
substances, just the life a normal teen. Until one day, he foretells his friends’ death a day before it
happens, with a surprising amount of detail down to the license plate on the car. After this is exposed
to the media Luke starts to question the meaning of life, love, and spirituality.