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Class of 2018: Bookish Superlatives

December 17, 2018
Lili Feinberg

The end of 2018 is nigh and as the sun sets on yet another year of fabulous bookish shenanigans it is time to take a look back at all that we’ve celebrated and to award Riveted by Simon Teen’s first ever roundup of superlatives!

Class of 2018: Bookish Superlatives

Most Likely to Survive the Hunger Games Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett

If love can be found in the wilderness of California, anything is possible, okay?!

Best DressedTo All the Boys I Loved Before by Jenny Han

I wish I was dressed even half as nicely as Lara Jean on my best day. This girl was all over the Internet for Halloween for a reason!


Most Likely to be Caught Texting in ClassEmergency Contact by Mary H.K Choi

I mean, when you’re Penny Lee and have someone as awesome as Sam on the other end, can you really help yourself?


Bestest Besties Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott

Stella and Poe have a unique friendship built around hospital visits and brutal honesty. I ship this friendship!


Biggest Sweet ToothStay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian

I wouldn’t be able to help myself if I spent the summer working for the Meade Creamery!


Squad GoalsThe Devil’s Thief by Lisa Maxwell

The Devil's Thief by Lisa Maxwell

Shenanigans ensue whenever the squad is together—made doubly awesome because they’re the magical time travel variety.


Most Like to SucceedA Heart in a Body in a World by Deb Caletti

When you put your mind to it, anything is possible.


Most Likely to Walk into a Wall While TextingAnalee, In Real Life by Janelle Milanes

Analee, In Real Life by Janelle Milanes

A girl with her head in the role-playing doesn’t always pay attention to her surroundings.


Most Likely to Invent the Next iPhoneThis Cruel Design by Emily Suvada

This Cruel Design by Emily Suvada

Cat is a medical genius that’s saving the world like nobody’s business. Are we looking at the next Steve Jobs?


Most Likely to Cast a Spell that Will Go Horribly WrongThe Wicked Deep By Shea Ernshaw

Sometimes a little mayhem is necessary to keep things interesting!


Most Likely to Stand Up For What They Believe InPeriod Power by Nadya Okamota and I Have The Right To by Chessy Prout with Jenn Abelson


Speak your truth and you will be heard! Both Nadya and Chessy are paving the way for young women!


Most Likely to be in the MoviesFrom Twinkle, with Love by Sandhya Menon

From Twinkle With Love by Sandhya Menon

We all have to get her autograph now because it’s going to be worth some crazy money one day!


Most Likely to Save the World – Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare



Most Likely to Move to Europe Love & Luck by Jenna Evans Welch

Uh, hello, can I be your plus one to your aunt’s over-the-top wedding in Ireland that leads to an epic road trip around the Emerald Isle with your brother’s cute friend? Oh? That’s your job, Addie? Dang it!


Most Likely to Give You Warm FuzziesAmerican Panda by Gloria Chao

Settle in with a cup of hot cocoa and get ready for all. the. warm. fuzzies.


Most Likely to Follow in their Parent’s FootstepsDry by Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman

This father/son duo is definitely one to keep your eyes on!

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