Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly


Andi Alpers is angry. Not only is her brother, Truman, dead, and her mother deep in the void of depression, her father has decided that it is in her best interest to accompany him to Paris over winter break. When she first gets to Paris, she finds an ancient diary, the owner of which knows exactly what she’s going through. But when she’s deep inside the catacombs underneath Paris, the words come to life, and ghosts become real, until everything Andi knows is gone.

This amazingly written story is almost impossible to put down. It’s a fast read for no other reason than it hooks you in and doesn’t unhook you until the last words.