1) The Wager. Donna Jo Napoli.
2) The Red Pyramid. Rick Riordan.
3) When I Was Older. Garret Freymann-Weyr.
4) After the Moment. Garret Freymann-Weyr.
5) If I Stay. Gayle Forman.
6) The Hunger Games, etc. Suzanne Collins.
7) Leviathan. Scott Westerfeld.
8) Devilish. Maureen Johnson.
9) Queen of Camelot. Nancy McKenzie.
10) The White Queen. Philippa Gregory.
11) Graceling. Kristin Cashore.
12) Cybele's Secret. Juliet Marillier.
13) Sisters Red. Jackson Pearce.
14) His Dark Materials. Philip Pullman.
15) Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. Jamie Ford.
16) Shiver. Maggie Stiefvater.
17) The Great Gatsby. F. Scott Fitzgerald.
18) Elsewhere. Gabrielle Zevin.
19) The Truth About Forever. Sarah Dessen.
20) Things You Either Hate or Love. Brigid Lowry.
21) Avalon High. Meg Cabot.
22) After. Amy Efaw.
23) Psych Major Syndrome. Alicia Thompson.
24) The Sevenwaters Trilogy. Juliet Marillier.
25) A Blue So Dark. Holly Schindler.
Thanks to greenconverses for staying up until 3 am* with me to help me come up with books on my list (and also to keep me company while I write 4 billion essays for school). This is how our conversation degenerated in the early hours of the morning (keep in mind that I had two Hot Pockets today):
Me: You are right; I'm starting to regret that Hot Pocket. From that overly bloated feeling you get when it starts to digest.
Her: Hahaha. But it was delicious while you had it.
Me: Meh. Lol. The ham and cheese one was better this morning.
Her: ...did you have a breakfast pocket?
Me: I did...
Her: I'd judge you hardcore right now, but my breakfast consisted of Burger King soooo...
And what you have learned now is that college students eat about one step above homeless people. Maybe not even. The night before I had beer and Ramen noodles. So there you go. There is going to be a day when even my Asian metabolism can't handle my eating habits.
*Nope, just kidding. It's 5 am, and we're still on AIM. This right here is true friendship of the writerly kind.