I have read only about half of these- and I agree with all of the ones I have read on your list!
I would only add that growing up a few books totally made me fall in love with reading (years ago, mind you) including "Killing Mr. Griffin" by Lois Duncan and "The Pigman" by Paul Zindel. I wonder how these oldie but goodies would be accepted today.
Oh, both of those oldies are definitely goodies! Kids do still read them; _Killing Mr. Griffin_ more than _Pigman_, unfortunately.
I LOVED the Fault In Our Stars c:
I would like to add my recent story "Heaven's Child" to your list of teenage "must-reads." It's been added to our core curriculum in Washington State for classroom required reading/discussion for teenagers. It fills that real-life category on decision-making/accountability/caution/ death and grief. Told in a unique gripping voice and written from the honesty of a mother's heart , it's raw, real, and inspiring. It's a must read for every teen, parent, and teacher. I invite you to share this true story with your students.
Caroline Flohr, Author of Heaven's Child
I've read "Thirteen Reasons Why" and "Crank". I would have serious reservations about having a teen of mine read "Crank". I realize that the book was written by the mother of an addict, and it depicts some of the horrors of addiction, but it also talks about how great it is to get high. The book is very truthful, but I don't know if the whole truth is a good thing when it comes to teens and drugs. Would like to hear other opinions. Maybe I am wrong.