Lauren Myracle

Lauren Myracle is an American writer of young adult fiction. She is known for her popular series such as 'Internet Girls' and 'Winnie Years'.


This list of books are ONLY the books that have been ranked on the lists that are aggregated on this site. This is not a comprehensive list of all books by this author.

  1. 1. Ttyl

    This novel unfolds entirely through instant messages among three high school friends, chronicling their personal dramas as they navigate their sophomore year. The trio faces a range of teenage challenges, from boy troubles and friendship conflicts to more serious issues like peer pressure and inappropriate advances from a teacher. The format captures the authentic voice and dynamic interactions of adolescents, providing a snapshot of the early 2000s teen experience as the friends support each other through the ups and downs of adolescence.

    The 7073rd Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. Ttfn

    The book is a young adult novel that follows the lives of three high school friends who navigate the complexities of teenage life, primarily through instant messaging. As they deal with issues such as relationships, peer pressure, and family dynamics, the girls' conversations reveal their personalities, struggles, and the strength of their friendship. The novel's format, which unfolds through a series of chat logs, offers an intimate glimpse into the characters' private worlds, showcasing the role of technology in modern communication and the way it shapes the experiences of contemporary teens.

    The 7834th Greatest Book of All Time
  3. 3. L8r, G8r

    In this young adult novel, three best friends navigate the complexities of high school life while relying on instant messaging as their primary mode of communication. As they face the challenges of senior year, including college applications, romantic entanglements, and a malicious cyberbully, the girls support each other through humorous and heartfelt exchanges. Their virtual conversations offer a candid and contemporary glimpse into teenage friendship, the pressures of growing up, and the resilience required to stand up to adversity while staying true to oneself.

    The 7930th Greatest Book of All Time