Like this? Read That.

You ever read one of those Men’s Health articles that tells you to “Eat This, Not That,” in which “this” is terribly unhealthy and “that” is only moderately less healthy? This is not that sort of list. 

A. There is no food.
B. Unless we’re talking about brain food.
C. In that case, there is a lot of food.
D. And when it comes to brain food, more is better.
I haven’t read all of these, so I’m not making a statement about their greatness—or lack of it, as the case may be. Plus, some haven’t released yet. So, essentially, I’m enticing you without immediate gratification. The thought alone makes me feel wonderfully evil.
  
If you like the plot of one of these books, you might want to check out the second. (Besides, it can be interesting to see how two authors with the same idea wrote two very different books.) So, here we go. Just click on a cover or title link to read the Goodreads blurb:
  
PIVOT POINT BY KASIE WEST and JUST LIKE FATE BY CAT PATRICK AND SUZANNE YOUNG
Girl’s life can go in one of two ways, and we get the story of each path, leading up to her big decision.

 
PIZZA, LOVE, AND OTHER STUFF THAT MADE ME FAMOUS BY KATHRYN WILLIAMS and TASTE TEST BY KELLY FIORE
Girl goes on teen cooking reality show, falls for hot guy

THE FAULT IN OUR STARS BY JOHN GREEN and BEFORE I DIE BY JENNY DOWNHAM
Dying girl tries to live life to the fullest. Uncontrollable crying (ours) ensues.

 
THE GHOST AND THE GOTH BY STACEY KADE and LIFE AFTER THEFT BY APRILYNNE PIKE
Boy is haunted by the ghost of a former Queen Bee
 
FROM WHAT I REMEMBER BY STACY KRAMER AND VALERIE THOMAS and DITCHED BY ROBIN MELLOM
A Hangover-esque story in which a teen has to remember what happened last night
 
NERVE BY JEANNE RYAN and TRUTH OR DARE BY JACQUELINE GREEN
Teens participate in reality show truth or dare game
 
PERSONAL DEMONS BY LISA DESROCHERS and THE COLLECTOR BY VICTORIA SCOTT
Demon is sent to high school to collect an important soul, is faced with angelic opposition,
and falls in love with said Very Important Girl

  
SOMETIMES IT HAPPENS BY LAUREN BARNHOLDT, SOMETHING LIKE FATE BY SUSANE COLASANTI,
and THE UNWRITTEN RULE BY ELIZABETH SCOTT
Girl steals her best friend’s boyfriend

 
TWO WAY STREET and RIGHT OF WAY BY LAUREN BARNHOLDT
Exes are forced to road trip with one another
Which books am I missing?

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