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Do you know any good books you think I should read….

It would help to know an age range or a genre preference, but try some of these:Fantasy:Neil Gaiman is an amazing author! Any of his books are good. Try Neverwhere, Stardust, or Coraline.Any books by Scott Westerfeld or Neal Shusterman are really good too.Any books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes are amazing! There is In The Forest of The Night, Demon In My View, Shattered Mirror, Midnight Predator. And then there is the The Kiesha’ra series: Hawksong, Snakecharm, Falcondance, Wolfcry and Wyverhail.Abarat by Clive Barker. Make sure you get the hardcover version though!!! If you liked the first one be sure to check out the next book in the series Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War.Daughters of Destiny series: Keeper of the Winds, Keeper of the Waters, Keeper of the Flames and Keeper of the Earth by Jenna Solitaire.His Dark Materials trilogy (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) by Philip PullmanThe Cry of the Icemark by Stuart HillThe Sight and Fell by David Clement-DaviesPoison Study by Maria V. SnyderHowl’s Moving Castle by Dianna Wynn JonesInkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath by Cornelia FunkeThe Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong by William NicholsonThe Earthsea series (starting with A Wizard of Earthsea) by Ursula K. Le GuinShadow Spinner by Susan FletcherThe Inheritance Trilogy by Christopher PaoliniHarry Potter series by J.K. RowlingThe Chronicles of Narnia (7 books) by C.S. LewisThe Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. TolkienThe Prophecy of the Stones by Flavia BujorOld Magic or The Named series by Marianne CurleyEnder’s Game series by Orson Scott CardScience Fiction:The Maximum Ride series (The Angel Experiment, Schools Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, The Final Warning) by James PattersonUglies series by Scott WesterfeldPeeps and The Last Days by Scott WesterfeldThe Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughtonUnwind by Neal ShustermanHorror/Thriller:Almost any books by Stephen King are great for horror.The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray or Poison by Chris WoodingThe Abhorsen Trilogy (Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen) by Garth NixBlood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis KlauseJurassic Park by Michael CrichtonWake by Lisa McMannProject 17 by Laurie StolarzRomance:William Shakespeare is good for romance, but he has written many comedies and tragedies too.Any of Jane Austen’s books are guaranteed to have romance in them.How To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie DebartoloThe Princess Bride by William GoldmanNick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David LevithanTuck Everlasting by Natalie BabbittA Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels and The Far Sweet Thing by Libba BrayThe Morganville Vampire series (Glass Houses, Dead Girls Dance, Midnight Alley and Feast of Fools) by Rachel CainBeauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast by Robin MckinleyWuthering Heights by Charlotte BronteTwilight series by Stephanie MeyerRealistic Fiction/Action:13 Little Blue Envelopes and Girl At Sea by Maureen JohnsonCrank, Burned, Impulse, and Identical by Ellen HopkinsThe Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk KiddSo Yesterday by Scott WesternfeldThe Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series by Ann BrasharesDreamland by Sarah DessenThe Lovely Bones by Alice SeboldAll-American Girl by Meg CabotA Mango Shaped Space by Wendy MassThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyGo Ask Alice by AnonymousPaper Towns, Looking For Alaska, and An Abundance of Katherines by John GreenDefine “Normal” by Julie Ann PetersSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonTuesdays With Morrie by Mitch AlbomHoles by Louis SancharThe Alex Rider series (starting with Stormbreaker) by Anthony HorowitzThieves Like Us and Thieves Till We Die by Stephen Cole13 Reasons Why by Jay AsherMystery/Historical Fiction:Edgar Allen Poe is a really good author. Check out his poems and short stories.Any books by Agatha Christie are great for a mystery.Any of the Amelia Peabody mysteries by Elizabeth Peters. (I really like the novels set in Egypt, starting with Crocodile in the Sandbank.)Any of the Forensic Mysteries by Alane Ferguson. (Starting with The Christopher Killer)The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-ShawA Northern Light by Jennifer DonnellyWater For Elephants by Sara GruenThe Thirteenth Tale by Diane SetterfieldThe Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniThe Da Vinci Code by Dan BrownClassics:Fahrenheit 451 by Ray BradburyShane by Jack SchaeferTo Kill A Mocking Bird by Harper LeeOne Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey1984 and Animal Farm by George OrwellThe Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank

What a good book to read.

I read twilight series, vampire acandmey series, marked series?

Try some of these:Fantasy:Neil Gaiman is an amazing author! Any of his books are good. Try Neverwhere, Stardust, or Coraline.Any books by Scott Westerfeld or Neal Shusterman are really good too.Any books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes are amazing! There is In The Forest of The Night, Demon In My View, Shattered Mirror, Midnight Predator. And then there is the The Kiesha’ra series: Hawksong, Snakecharm, Falcondance, Wolfcry and Wyverhail.Abarat by Clive Barker. Make sure you get the hardcover version though!!! If you liked the first one be sure to check out the next book in the series Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War.Daughters of Destiny series: Keeper of the Winds, Keeper of the Waters, Keeper of the Flames and Keeper of the Earth by Jenna Solitaire.His Dark Materials trilogy (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) by Philip PullmanThe Cry of the Icemark by Stuart HillThe Sight and Fell by David Clement-DaviesPoison Study by Maria V. SnyderHowl’s Moving Castle by Dianna Wynn JonesInkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath by Cornelia FunkeThe Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong by William NicholsonThe Earthsea series (starting with A Wizard of Earthsea) by Ursula K. Le GuinShadow Spinner by Susan FletcherThe Inheritance Trilogy by Christopher PaoliniHarry Potter series by J.K. RowlingThe Chronicles of Narnia (7 books) by C.S. LewisThe Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. TolkienThe Prophecy of the Stones by Flavia BujorOld Magic or The Named series by Marianne CurleyEnder’s Game series by Orson Scott CardScience Fiction:The Maximum Ride series (The Angel Experiment, Schools Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, The Final Warning) by James PattersonUglies series by Scott WesterfeldPeeps and The Last Days by Scott WesterfeldThe Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughtonUnwind by Neal ShustermanHorror/Thriller:Almost any books by Stephen King are great for horror.The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray or Poison by Chris WoodingThe Abhorsen Trilogy (Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen) by Garth NixBlood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis KlauseJurassic Park by Michael CrichtonWake by Lisa McMannProject 17 by Laurie StolarzRomance:William Shakespeare is good for romance, but he has written many comedies and tragedies too.Any of Jane Austen’s books are guaranteed to have romance in them.How To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie DebartoloThe Princess Bride by William GoldmanNick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David LevithanTuck Everlasting by Natalie BabbittA Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels and The Far Sweet Thing by Libba BrayThe Morganville Vampire series (Glass Houses, Dead Girls Dance, Midnight Alley and Feast of Fools) by Rachel CainBeauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast by Robin MckinleyWuthering Heights by Charlotte BronteRealistic Fiction/Action:13 Little Blue Envelopes and Girl At Sea by Maureen JohnsonCrank, Burned, Impulse, and Identical by Ellen HopkinsThe Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk KiddSo Yesterday by Scott WesternfeldThe Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series by Ann BrasharesDreamland by Sarah DessenThe Lovely Bones by Alice SeboldAll-American Girl by Meg CabotA Mango Shaped Space by Wendy MassThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyGo Ask Alice by AnonymousPaper Towns, Looking For Alaska, and An Abundance of Katherines by John GreenDefine “Normal” by Julie Ann PetersSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonTuesdays With Morrie by Mitch AlbomHoles by Louis SancharThe Alex Rider series (starting with Stormbreaker) by Anthony HorowitzThieves Like Us and Thieves Till We Die by Stephen Cole13 Reasons Why by Jay AsherMystery/Historical Fiction:Edgar Allen Poe is a really good author. Check out his poems and short stories.Any books by Agatha Christie are great for a mystery.Any of the Amelia Peabody mysteries by Elizabeth Peters. (I really like the novels set in Egypt, starting with Crocodile in the Sandbank.)Any of the Forensic Mysteries by Alane Ferguson. (Starting with The Christopher Killer)The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-ShawA Northern Light by Jennifer DonnellyWater For Elephants by Sara GruenThe Thirteenth Tale by Diane SetterfieldThe Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniThe Da Vinci Code by Dan BrownClassics:Fahrenheit 451 by Ray BradburyShane by Jack SchaeferTo Kill A Mocking Bird by Harper LeeOne Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey1984 and Animal Farm by George OrwellThe Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank

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Do you have any book recommendations for me.

It seems like I have read every book out there right now. I can’t find any other books to read that I actually like. So I was wondering if you could make some recommendations for me of books that you think that I might like. thank you, oh so very much….

Try some of these:Fantasy:Neil Gaiman is an amazing author! Any of his books are good. Try Neverwhere, Stardust, or Coraline.Any books by Scott Westerfeld or Neal Shusterman are really good too.Any books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes are amazing! There is In The Forest of The Night, Demon In My View, Shattered Mirror, Midnight Predator. And then there is the The Kiesha’ra series: Hawksong, Snakecharm, Falcondance, Wolfcry and Wyverhail.Abarat by Clive Barker. Make sure you get the hardcover version though!!! If you liked the first one be sure to check out the next book in the series Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War.Daughters of Destiny series: Keeper of the Winds, Keeper of the Waters, Keeper of the Flames and Keeper of the Earth by Jenna Solitaire.His Dark Materials trilogy (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) by Philip PullmanThe Cry of the Icemark by Stuart HillThe Sight and Fell by David Clement-DaviesPoison Study by Maria V. SnyderHowl’s Moving Castle by Dianna Wynn JonesInkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath by Cornelia FunkeThe Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong by William NicholsonThe Earthsea series (starting with A Wizard of Earthsea) by Ursula K. Le GuinShadow Spinner by Susan FletcherThe Inheritance Trilogy by Christopher PaoliniHarry Potter series by J.K. RowlingThe Chronicles of Narnia (7 books) by C.S. LewisThe Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. TolkienThe Prophecy of the Stones by Flavia BujorOld Magic or The Named series by Marianne CurleyEnder’s Game series by Orson Scott CardScience Fiction:The Maximum Ride series (The Angel Experiment, Schools Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, The Final Warning) by James PattersonUglies series by Scott WesterfeldPeeps and The Last Days by Scott WesterfeldThe Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughtonUnwind by Neal ShustermanHorror/Thriller:Almost any books by Stephen King are great for horror.The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray or Poison by Chris WoodingThe Abhorsen Trilogy (Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen) by Garth NixBlood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis KlauseJurassic Park by Michael CrichtonWake by Lisa McMannProject 17 by Laurie StolarzRomance:William Shakespeare is good for romance, but he has written many comedies and tragedies too.Any of Jane Austen’s books are guaranteed to have romance in them.How To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie DebartoloThe Princess Bride by William GoldmanNick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David LevithanTuck Everlasting by Natalie BabbittA Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels and The Far Sweet Thing by Libba BrayThe Morganville Vampire series (Glass Houses, Dead Girls Dance, Midnight Alley and Feast of Fools) by Rachel CainBeauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast by Robin MckinleyWuthering Heights by Charlotte BronteTwilight series by Stephanie MeyerRealistic Fiction/Action:13 Little Blue Envelopes and Girl At Sea by Maureen JohnsonCrank, Burned, Impulse, and Identical by Ellen HopkinsThe Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk KiddSo Yesterday by Scott WesternfeldThe Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series by Ann BrasharesDreamland by Sarah DessenThe Lovely Bones by Alice SeboldAll-American Girl by Meg CabotA Mango Shaped Space by Wendy MassThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyGo Ask Alice by AnonymousPaper Towns, Looking For Alaska, and An Abundance of Katherines by John GreenDefine “Normal” by Julie Ann PetersSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonTuesdays With Morrie by Mitch AlbomHoles by Louis SancharThe Alex Rider series (starting with Stormbreaker) by Anthony HorowitzThieves Like Us and Thieves Till We Die by Stephen Cole13 Reasons Why by Jay AsherMystery/Historical Fiction:Edgar Allen Poe is a really good author. Check out his poems and short stories.Any books by Agatha Christie are great for a mystery.Any of the Amelia Peabody mysteries by Elizabeth Peters. (I really like the novels set in Egypt, starting with Crocodile in the Sandbank.)Any of the Forensic Mysteries by Alane Ferguson. (Starting with The Christopher Killer)The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-ShawA Northern Light by Jennifer DonnellyWater For Elephants by Sara GruenThe Thirteenth Tale by Diane SetterfieldThe Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniThe Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons by Dan BrownClassics:Fahrenheit 451 by Ray BradburyShane by Jack SchaeferTo Kill A Mocking Bird by Harper LeeOne Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey1984 and Animal Farm by George OrwellThe Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank

any good books that i should read.

i like the twilight saga and anything vampire-ish so any good books that people that like twilight have read and enjoyed… thx!!!

Try some of these:Fantasy:Neil Gaiman is an amazing author! Any of his books are good. Try Neverwhere, Stardust, or Coraline.Any books by Scott Westerfeld or Neal Shusterman are really good too.Any books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes are amazing! There is In The Forest of The Night, Demon In My View, Shattered Mirror, Midnight Predator. And then there is the The Kiesha’ra series: Hawksong, Snakecharm, Falcondance, Wolfcry and Wyverhail.Abarat by Clive Barker. Make sure you get the hardcover version though!!! If you liked the first one be sure to check out the next book in the series Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War.Daughters of Destiny series: Keeper of the Winds, Keeper of the Waters, Keeper of the Flames and Keeper of the Earth by Jenna Solitaire.His Dark Materials trilogy (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) by Philip PullmanThe Cry of the Icemark by Stuart HillThe Sight and Fell by David Clement-DaviesPoison Study by Maria V. SnyderHowl’s Moving Castle by Dianna Wynn JonesInkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath by Cornelia FunkeThe Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong by William NicholsonThe Earthsea series (starting with A Wizard of Earthsea) by Ursula K. Le GuinShadow Spinner by Susan FletcherThe Inheritance Trilogy by Christopher PaoliniHarry Potter series by J.K. RowlingThe Chronicles of Narnia (7 books) by C.S. LewisThe Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. TolkienThe Prophecy of the Stones by Flavia BujorOld Magic or The Named series by Marianne CurleyEnder’s Game series by Orson Scott CardScience Fiction:The Maximum Ride series (The Angel Experiment, Schools Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, The Final Warning) by James PattersonUglies series by Scott WesterfeldPeeps and The Last Days by Scott WesterfeldThe Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughtonUnwind by Neal ShustermanHorror/Thriller:Almost any books by Stephen King are great for horror.The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray or Poison by Chris WoodingThe Abhorsen Trilogy (Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen) by Garth NixBlood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis KlauseJurassic Park by Michael CrichtonWake by Lisa McMannProject 17 by Laurie StolarzRomance:William Shakespeare is good for romance, but he has written many comedies and tragedies too.Any of Jane Austen’s books are guaranteed to have romance in them.How To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie DebartoloThe Princess Bride by William GoldmanNick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David LevithanTuck Everlasting by Natalie BabbittA Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels and The Far Sweet Thing by Libba BrayThe Morganville Vampire series (Glass Houses, Dead Girls Dance, Midnight Alley and Feast of Fools) by Rachel CainBeauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast by Robin MckinleyWuthering Heights by Charlotte BronteRealistic Fiction/Action:13 Little Blue Envelopes and Girl At Sea by Maureen JohnsonCrank, Burned, Impulse, and Identical by Ellen HopkinsThe Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk KiddSo Yesterday by Scott WesternfeldThe Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series by Ann BrasharesDreamland by Sarah DessenThe Lovely Bones by Alice SeboldAll-American Girl by Meg CabotA Mango Shaped Space by Wendy MassThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyGo Ask Alice by AnonymousPaper Towns, Looking For Alaska, and An Abundance of Katherines by John GreenDefine “Normal” by Julie Ann PetersSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonTuesdays With Morrie by Mitch AlbomHoles by Louis SancharThe Alex Rider series (starting with Stormbreaker) by Anthony HorowitzThieves Like Us and Thieves Till We Die by Stephen Cole13 Reasons Why by Jay AsherMystery/Historical Fiction:Edgar Allen Poe is a really good author. Check out his poems and short stories.Any books by Agatha Christie are great for a mystery.Any of the Amelia Peabody mysteries by Elizabeth Peters. (I really like the novels set in Egypt, starting with Crocodile in the Sandbank.)Any of the Forensic Mysteries by Alane Ferguson. (Starting with The Christopher Killer)The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-ShawA Northern Light by Jennifer DonnellyWater For Elephants by Sara GruenThe Thirteenth Tale by Diane SetterfieldThe Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniThe Da Vinci Code by Dan BrownClassics:Fahrenheit 451 by Ray BradburyShane by Jack SchaeferTo Kill A Mocking Bird by Harper LeeOne Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey1984 and Animal Farm by George OrwellThe Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank

The hype behind the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer….

Personally, I have never been a fan of the Twilight series. To be more honest, I was barely okay with the first book, when I read it before the hype began, and then I hated the rest of the books. In my eyes, these are all of the flaws that I see with the series:>Poor writing style (too mundane)>Little to…

>Poor writing style (too mundane)–It’s not that bad. You’d be amazed at how many people can’t write anymore.>Little to nonexistent plot (little in Twilight, nonexistent in the other three books)–You know what? You’re absolutely right. It has no plot. But that never bothered anyone before. And there are so many subplots that it’s hard to tell.>Weak female protagonist (my biggest proof: her breakdown in New Moon)–Bella isn’t as weak as one would think. She does break down in New Moon, but she is able to deal with many of her problems, and once she’s made a decision, she’s sticks to it.>Overbearing male protagonist (he was barely tolerable at best in Twilight, horrible in the other three; extremely cliched)–Edward is seriously neurotic. Me and my friend (both Edward lovers) constantly rag on him about it.>Anti-feminist ideas (Bella needs to be supported by a man, namely Edward, at all times)–And Alice, Jane, Rosalie, Victoria, Leah, Charlotte, Siobhan, Tia, &c are cucumber sandwiches. Yup. Totally anti-feminist there.>What hooked you to the series?–The fact that it’s so unrealistic. Nothing like this will ever happen, so why not dream about it?>What drew you into the allure of Edward Cullen?–Because while he’s an overbearing, neurotic bag of nerves he is around Bella Swan, he’s really an interesting character. Not the best in literature, and I have to admit that I like Mr. Rochester much better, not to mention the Phantom of the Opera or Sherlock Holmes, but I digress…>Do any of you see any flaws or do you completely disagree with everything I’ve said?–I’ve agree with a lot of what you’ve said. It’s not possible to disagree with everything, because you brought up many legitimate points. Just because I am a Twilight Fan, doesn’t mean that I automatically think of it as some sort of Bible. Though I think that perhaps there is some hype about hating Twilight as well? It seems as though you either have to live and breathe it or hate it. Can’t we just see it as a book?>What other books are you attracted to?– Phantom, Jane Eyre, Sherlock Holmes Stuff, Harry Potter (♥Riddle and Snape are my everlasting obsession♥), The Host (a better work of writing overall), Jane Austen, Gone with the Wind, Wicked Lovely, The Tenth Circle, Ender’s Game and Ender’s Shadow, 2001, E=MC squared: the History of the world’s most famous equation, Napoleon’s buttons, Agatha Christie, &c

Please suggest some teen reads.

This month I’ve read:UnwindWintergirlsThe Story of Tom BrennanThe Cirque Du Freak seriesHex HallA Spy in the HouseAny suggestions? I’m open for ANYTHING good

Fantasy:Neil Gaiman is an amazing author! Any of his books are good. Try Neverwhere, Stardust, or Coraline.Any books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes are amazing! There is In The Forest of The Night, Demon In My View, Shattered Mirror, Midnight Predator. And then there is the The Kiesha’ra series: Hawksong, Snakecharm, Falcondance, Wolfcry, and Wyverhail.Abarat by Clive Barker. Make sure you get the hardcover version though!!! If you liked the first one be sure to check out the next book in the series Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War.Daughters of Destiny series: Keeper of the Winds, Keeper of the Waters, Keeper of the Flames, and Keeper of the Earth by Jenna Solitaire.His Dark Materials trilogy (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife, and The Amber Spyglass) by Philip PullmanThe Cry of the Icemark by Stuart HillThe Sight and Fell by David Clement-DaviesPoison Study by Maria V. SnyderHowl’s Moving Castle by Dianna Wynn JonesInkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath by Cornelia FunkeThe Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery, and Firesong by William NicholsonThe Earthsea series (starting with A Wizard of Earthsea) by Ursula K. Le GuinShadow Spinner by Susan FletcherThe Inheritance Trilogy by Christopher PaoliniHarry Potter series by J.K. RowlingThe Chronicles of Narnia (7 books) by C.S. LewisThe Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. TolkienThe Prophecy of the Stones by Flavia BujorOld Magic or The Named series by Marianne CurleyEnder’s Game series by Orson Scott CardThe City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrauScience Fiction:Any books by Scott Westerfeld or Neal Shusterman are really good.The Maximum Ride series (The Angel Experiment, Schools Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, The Final Warning) by James PattersonUglies series by Scott WesterfeldThe Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsThe Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughtonUnwind by Neal ShustermanHorror/Thriller/Action:Almost any books by Stephen King are great for horror.The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray or Poison by Chris WoodingThe Abhorsen Trilogy (Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen) by Garth NixBlood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis KlauseThe Morganville Vampire series (Glass Houses, Dead Girls Dance, Midnight Alley and Feast of Fools) by Rachel CainJurassic Park by Michael CrichtonWake and Fade by Lisa McMannProject 17 by Laurie StolarzThe Alex Rider series (starting with Stormbreaker) by Anthony HorowitzRomance:William Shakespeare is good for romance, but he has written many comedies and tragedies too.Any of Jane Austen’s books are guaranteed to have romance in them.Chocolat by Joanne HarrisHow To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie DebartoloThe Princess Bride by William GoldmanNick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David LevithanTuck Everlasting by Natalie BabbittA Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels and The Far Sweet Thing by Libba BrayWuthering Heights by Charlotte BronteRealistic Fiction/Drama:Jodi Picoult is great for drama!13 Little Blue Envelopes and Girl At Sea by Maureen JohnsonCrank, Burned, Impulse, and Identical by Ellen HopkinsThe Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk KiddSo Yesterday by Scott WesternfeldThe Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series by Ann BrasharesDreamland by Sarah DessenThe Lovely Bones by Alice SeboldAll-American Girl by Meg CabotA Mango Shaped Space by Wendy MassThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyGo Ask Alice by AnonymousThe Virgin Suicides by Jeffery EuginidesI was a Teenage Fairy by Francesca Lia BlockGirl, Interrupted by Susanna KaysenPaper Towns, Looking For Alaska, and An Abundance of Katherine’s by John GreenDefine “Normal” by Julie Ann PetersSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonTuesdays With Morrie by Mitch AlbomHoles by Louis Sanchar13 Reasons Why by Jay AsherMystery/Historical Fiction:Edgar Allen Poe is an amazing author. Check out his poems and short stories.Any books by Agatha Christie are great for a mystery.Any of the Amelia Peabody mysteries by Elizabeth Peters. (I really like the novels set in Egypt, starting with Crocodile in the Sandbank.)The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-ShawA Northern Light by Jennifer DonnellyWater For Elephants by Sara GruenThe Thirteenth Tale by Diane SetterfieldThe Road by Cormac McCarthyThe Alchemist by Paulo CoelhoThe Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniThe Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons by Dan Brown

Do you have any favorite books.

Okay I LOVE to read but Im running out of books that were recommended to me, The following books are the ones Ive read since this summer (when I really started to love reading) If you have any favorite books that I havnt read yet please let me know. Thanks so much• Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn by…

Try some of these:Fantasy:Neil Gaiman is an amazing author! Any of his books are good. Try Neverwhere, Stardust, or Coraline.Any books by Scott Westerfeld or Neal Shusterman are really good too.Any books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes are amazing! There is In The Forest of The Night, Demon In My View, Shattered Mirror, Midnight Predator. And then there is the The Kiesha’ra series: Hawksong, Snakecharm, Falcondance, Wolfcry and Wyverhail.Abarat by Clive Barker. Make sure you get the hardcover version though!!! If you liked the first one be sure to check out the next book in the series Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War.Daughters of Destiny series: Keeper of the Winds, Keeper of the Waters, Keeper of the Flames and Keeper of the Earth by Jenna Solitaire.His Dark Materials trilogy (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) by Philip PullmanThe Cry of the Icemark by Stuart HillThe Sight and Fell by David Clement-DaviesPoison Study by Maria V. SnyderHowl’s Moving Castle by Dianna Wynn JonesThe Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong by William NicholsonThe Earthsea series (starting with A Wizard of Earthsea) by Ursula K. Le GuinShadow Spinner by Susan FletcherHarry Potter series by J.K. RowlingThe Chronicles of Narnia (7 books) by C.S. LewisThe Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. TolkienThe Prophecy of the Stones by Flavia BujorOld Magic or The Named series by Marianne CurleyEnder’s Game series by Orson Scott CardScience Fiction:The Maximum Ride series (The Angel Experiment, Schools Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, The Final Warning) by James PattersonPeeps and The Last Days by Scott WesterfeldThe Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughtonUnwind by Neal ShustermanHorror/Thriller:Almost any books by Stephen King are great for horror.The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray or Poison by Chris WoodingThe Abhorsen Trilogy (Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen) by Garth NixBlood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis KlauseJurassic Park by Michael CrichtonWake by Lisa McMannProject 17 by Laurie StolarzRomance:William Shakespeare is good for romance, but he has written many comedies and tragedies too.Any of Jane Austen’s books are guaranteed to have romance in them.How To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie DebartoloThe Princess Bride by William GoldmanNick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David LevithanTuck Everlasting by Natalie BabbittThe Morganville Vampire series (Glass Houses, Dead Girls Dance, Midnight Alley and Feast of Fools) by Rachel CainBeauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast by Robin MckinleyWuthering Heights by Charlotte BronteRealistic Fiction/Action:Girl At Sea by Maureen JohnsonCrank, Burned, Impulse, and Identical by Ellen HopkinsThe Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk KiddSo Yesterday by Scott WesternfeldThe Lovely Bones by Alice SeboldAll-American Girl by Meg CabotA Mango Shaped Space by Wendy MassThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyPaper Towns, Looking For Alaska, and An Abundance of Katherines by John GreenDefine “Normal” by Julie Ann PetersSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonTuesdays With Morrie by Mitch AlbomHoles by Louis SancharThe Alex Rider series (starting with Stormbreaker) by Anthony HorowitzThieves Like Us and Thieves Till We Die by Stephen Cole13 Reasons Why by Jay AsherMystery/Historical Fiction:Edgar Allen Poe is a really good author. Check out his poems and short stories.Any books by Agatha Christie are great for a mystery.Any of the Amelia Peabody mysteries by Elizabeth Peters. (I really like the novels set in Egypt, starting with Crocodile in the Sandbank.)Any of the Forensic Mysteries by Alane Ferguson. (Starting with The Christopher Killer)The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-ShawA Northern Light by Jennifer DonnellyWater For Elephants by Sara GruenThe Thirteenth Tale by Diane SetterfieldThe Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniThe Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons by Dan BrownClassics:Fahrenheit 451 by Ray BradburyShane by Jack SchaeferTo Kill A Mocking Bird by Harper LeeOne Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey1984 and Animal Farm by George OrwellThe Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank

Read any good books lately.

Hey y’all! what books can you recommend that’s a good read? please include the author if it’s not too much of a bother! thanks thanks! have a great day!

Try some of these:Fantasy:Neil Gaiman is an amazing author! Any of his books are good. Try Neverwhere, Stardust, or Coraline.Any books by Scott Westerfeld or Neal Shusterman are really good too.Any books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes are amazing! There is In The Forest of The Night, Demon In My View, Shattered Mirror, Midnight Predator. And then there is the The Kiesha’ra series: Hawksong, Snakecharm, Falcondance, Wolfcry and Wyverhail.Abarat by Clive Barker. Make sure you get the hardcover version though!!! If you liked the first one be sure to check out the next book in the series Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War.Daughters of Destiny series: Keeper of the Winds, Keeper of the Waters, Keeper of the Flames and Keeper of the Earth by Jenna Solitaire.His Dark Materials trilogy (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) by Philip PullmanThe Cry of the Icemark by Stuart HillThe Sight and Fell by David Clement-DaviesPoison Study by Maria V. SnyderHowl’s Moving Castle by Dianna Wynn JonesInkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath by Cornelia FunkeThe Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong by William NicholsonThe Earthsea series (starting with A Wizard of Earthsea) by Ursula K. Le GuinShadow Spinner by Susan FletcherThe Inheritance Trilogy by Christopher PaoliniHarry Potter series by J.K. RowlingThe Chronicles of Narnia (7 books) by C.S. LewisThe Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. TolkienThe Prophecy of the Stones by Flavia BujorOld Magic or The Named series by Marianne CurleyEnder’s Game series by Orson Scott CardScience Fiction:The Maximum Ride series (The Angel Experiment, Schools Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, The Final Warning) by James PattersonUglies series by Scott WesterfeldThe Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsPeeps and The Last Days by Scott WesterfeldThe Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughtonUnwind by Neal ShustermanHorror/Thriller:Almost any books by Stephen King are great for horror.The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray or Poison by Chris WoodingThe Abhorsen Trilogy (Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen) by Garth NixBlood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis KlauseJurassic Park by Michael CrichtonWake and Fade by Lisa McMannProject 17 by Laurie StolarzRomance:William Shakespeare is good for romance, but he has written many comedies and tragedies too.Any of Jane Austen’s books are guaranteed to have romance in them.How To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie DebartoloThe Princess Bride by William GoldmanNick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David LevithanTuck Everlasting by Natalie BabbittA Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels and The Far Sweet Thing by Libba BrayThe Morganville Vampire series (Glass Houses, Dead Girls Dance, Midnight Alley and Feast of Fools) by Rachel CainBeauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast by Robin MckinleyWuthering Heights by Charlotte BronteTwilight series by Stephanie MeyerRealistic Fiction/Action:13 Little Blue Envelopes and Girl At Sea by Maureen JohnsonCrank, Burned, Impulse, and Identical by Ellen HopkinsThe Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk KiddSo Yesterday by Scott WesternfeldThe Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series by Ann BrasharesDreamland by Sarah DessenThe Lovely Bones by Alice SeboldAll-American Girl by Meg CabotA Mango Shaped Space by Wendy MassThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyGo Ask Alice by AnonymousPaper Towns, Looking For Alaska, and An Abundance of Katherines by John GreenDefine “Normal” by Julie Ann PetersSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonTuesdays With Morrie by Mitch AlbomHoles by Louis SancharThe Alex Rider series (starting with Stormbreaker) by Anthony HorowitzThieves Like Us and Thieves Till We Die by Stephen Cole13 Reasons Why by Jay AsherMystery/Historical Fiction:Edgar Allen Poe is a really good author. Check out his poems and short stories.Any books by Agatha Christie are great for a mystery.Any of the Amelia Peabody mysteries by Elizabeth Peters. (I really like the novels set in Egypt, starting with Crocodile in the Sandbank.)Any of the Forensic Mysteries by Alane Ferguson. (Starting with The Christopher Killer)The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-ShawA Northern Light by Jennifer DonnellyWater For Elephants by Sara GruenThe Thirteenth Tale by Diane SetterfieldThe Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniThe Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons by Dan BrownClassics:Fahrenheit 451 by Ray BradburyShane by Jack SchaeferTo Kill A Mocking Bird by Harper LeeOne Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey1984 and Animal Farm by George OrwellThe Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank

What books should I read.

Here are some books that I’ve read and liked.- The Luxe series by Anna Godbersen.- Gone by Micheal Grant- All of Tamora Pierces books- Keisha’ra series by Amelia atwater-Rhodes- Wildwood Dancing and Cybele’s Secret by Juliet Marillier- The Host by Stephenie Meyer (Yes I’ve read twilight…

Try these:Fantasy:Neil Gaiman is an amazing author! Any of his books are good. Try Neverwhere, Stardust, or Coraline.Any books by Scott Westerfeld or Neal Shusterman are really good too.Any books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes are amazing! There is In The Forest of The Night, Demon In My View, Shattered Mirror, Midnight Predator. And then there is the The Kiesha’ra series: Hawksong, Snakecharm, Falcondance, Wolfcry and Wyverhail.Abarat by Clive Barker. Make sure you get the hardcover version though!!! If you liked the first one be sure to check out the next book in the series Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War.Daughters of Destiny series: Keeper of the Winds, Keeper of the Waters, Keeper of the Flames and Keeper of the Earth by Jenna Solitaire.His Dark Materials trilogy (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) by Philip PullmanThe Cry of the Icemark by Stuart HillThe Sight and Fell by David Clement-DaviesPoison Study by Maria V. SnyderHowl’s Moving Castle by Dianna Wynn JonesInkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath by Cornelia FunkeThe Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong by William NicholsonThe Earthsea series (starting with A Wizard of Earthsea) by Ursula K. Le GuinShadow Spinner by Susan FletcherThe Inheritance Trilogy by Christopher PaoliniHarry Potter series by J.K. RowlingThe Chronicles of Narnia (7 books) by C.S. LewisThe Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. TolkienThe Prophecy of the Stones by Flavia BujorOld Magic or The Named series by Marianne CurleyEnder’s Game series by Orson Scott CardScience Fiction:The Maximum Ride series (The Angel Experiment, Schools Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, The Final Warning) by James PattersonUglies series by Scott WesterfeldPeeps and The Last Days by Scott WesterfeldThe Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughtonUnwind by Neal ShustermanHorror/Thriller:Almost any books by Stephen King are great for horror.The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray or Poison by Chris WoodingThe Abhorsen Trilogy (Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen) by Garth NixBlood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis KlauseJurassic Park by Michael CrichtonWake by Lisa McMannProject 17 by Laurie StolarzRomance:William Shakespeare is good for romance, but he has written many comedies and tragedies too.Any of Jane Austen’s books are guaranteed to have romance in them.How To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie DebartoloThe Princess Bride by William GoldmanNick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David LevithanTuck Everlasting by Natalie BabbittA Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels and The Far Sweet Thing by Libba BrayThe Morganville Vampire series (Glass Houses, Dead Girls Dance, Midnight Alley and Feast of Fools) by Rachel CainBeauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast by Robin MckinleyWuthering Heights by Charlotte BronteTwilight series by Stephanie MeyerRealistic Fiction/Action:13 Little Blue Envelopes and Girl At Sea by Maureen JohnsonCrank, Burned, Impulse, and Identical by Ellen HopkinsThe Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk KiddSo Yesterday by Scott WesternfeldThe Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series by Ann BrasharesDreamland by Sarah DessenThe Lovely Bones by Alice SeboldAll-American Girl by Meg CabotA Mango Shaped Space by Wendy MassThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyGo Ask Alice by AnonymousPaper Towns, Looking For Alaska, and An Abundance of Katherines by John GreenDefine “Normal” by Julie Ann PetersSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonTuesdays With Morrie by Mitch AlbomHoles by Louis SancharThe Alex Rider series (starting with Stormbreaker) by Anthony HorowitzThieves Like Us and Thieves Till We Die by Stephen Cole13 Reasons Why by Jay AsherMystery/Historical Fiction:Edgar Allen Poe is a really good author. Check out his poems and short stories.Any books by Agatha Christie are great for a mystery.Any of the Amelia Peabody mysteries by Elizabeth Peters. (I really like the novels set in Egypt, starting with Crocodile in the Sandbank.)Any of the Forensic Mysteries by Alane Ferguson. (Starting with The Christopher Killer)The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-ShawA Northern Light by Jennifer DonnellyWater For Elephants by Sara GruenThe Thirteenth Tale by Diane SetterfieldThe Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniThe Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

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  1. Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer – Patrick Suskind (highly recommend)Room with a View (E M Forster)Like, There never really has been a Vampire book that wasn’t about monsters.Holes (Louis Sachar)The Uglies Series by Scott WesterfeldAlex Rider by Anthony Horowitz,City of Bones, City of Ashes and City of Glass (The Mortal Instruments series) by Cassandra Clare are really good.Vampire Diaries by Lisa J. SmithThe Compound by S.A BodeenThese are all good books but some of them are hard to get and are really old but are being reprinted. Most of them are about Vamps., Werewolves, Witches, Faeries and action. Hope you like them

  2. Crank & Glass by Ellen HopkinsVampire Academy by Richelle Mead-crankhttp://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AieAMhY9d00yp7hWbBjGz8MjzKIX;_ylv=3?qid=20081207142346AA4HuOII would actually go to the section of barnes & noble website, or borders and see upcoming novels. You really have read a ton of books. I was going to recommend a few, but they were on your list already.i know i may sound like a hypocrite with my answer but it’s complex for me to say it’s horrible b/c i like the first one. but i don’t consider myself a die-hard fan b/c i only liked the first one and the rest aren’t up to my standards. and i know i said that i do not like romance but this one i gave a shot because of the whole vampire interest i have and i thought it was interesting to read about a vampire romance with a human.

  3. The truth about forever by Sarah DessenHey1. What do you think fueled the Twilight hype?I am a die hard Science Fiction and Fantasy Fan The book that started this trend was “The Hobbit”, the precursor to the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy by JRR Tolkien. I would say that “Foundation” by Issac Assimov is up there as favorite Sci-Fi novel. I read for enjoyment and relaxation, so after exhausting most Sci-Fi, I now read a lot of Westerns. In that Genre you cannot beat “The Sacketts” or anything else by Louis Lamour. But if I had to pick one book as my favorite it would be “The Firm” by John Grisham.

  4. The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boone-darkest dawnhttp://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;…Percy Jackson and the Olympians is a kids series, but many teenagers have read it and loved it. Well written and a enagaing plotline.Hitch hikers guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams)

  5. Last of the Mohicans (James Fenmore Cooper)We All Fall Down by Eric WaltersNeed by Carrie Jones.any of the old classics- there are thousandsThe Vampire’s Diary by L. J. Smith,8) Dream Spinner by Bonnie Dobkin. This is about a young girl and her friends, all of whom are dissatisfied with their lives (due to bullying and feelings of inadequacy.) They end up in this ‘benevolent’ mans house who offers them a dream world…and it goes from there.Pelican’s Creek (Maureen Pople)An American Journey by Colin PowellIt’s a story about becomming brave (Maggie is a bit of a wimp at first) growing up,being a good person and standing up for yourself. Unlike many teen books for girls, it isn ‘t patronising and the characters are not idiots.Marley and Me by John Grogan>I liked Edward at first but now I don’t. I think what made me like him was that when I began to read the book I envisioned the actor that played him and I think he is very attractive so that kinda helped me enjoy the character ephemerally.i too looovvveee reading! i think i am going to re-read th twilight sereies then i will start on the midnighters and eventually peeps.Little Women (Louisa May Alcott)haha im not even half way as far as you.The Vampire Academy SeriesMemoires of a Geisha by Arthur GoldenIt all depends first I would like to know how old you are because the books I read are intended for older adults. I also know of a few good books for younger adults to. If you go to the public library the librarian would be glad to help that’s what their there for.

  6. Evermore- Alyson NoelThe House of Night SeriesJust Listen by Sarah DessenTwilight, Harry Potter series: J.K. Rowling, Mediator series: Meg Cabot, Jinx: Meg Cabot, Breaking Vows, A Mango Shaped Space, City of Ember, How It’s Done, So be it, sorry i don’t know all of the authors!!!!

  7. Meryll of the Stone (Brian Caswell)-the halloween partyThe Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra ClareInterview with a Vampire series (Anne Rice)And The Hippos Were Boiled In Their Tanks – Jack Kerouac/William BurroughsA Question of Loyalty: Gen. Billy Mitchell and The Court Martial That Gripped The Nation (by Douglas C. Waller)

  8. Mediator by Jenny CarrolRoald Dahl (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Witches, Matilda) (Little young for teens but fun to read or reread)http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Auc7Nj0.GDrt3nz4GArlnDkjzKIX;_ylv=3?qid=20080914164314AA0RAj2okay recently ive read:I don’t know what kinda books you read but The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks was really good i loved it!

  9. Picnic at Hanging Rock (Joan Lindsay)-the new girlDid you know that there is going to be a Cherub movie? oh i cant wait

  10. if you decide to read these please do. but make sure that you never turn down a book because of its size. anna karenina, and victor hugos’ books are quite long but enjoyable. if you are a reader who does not read in between the lines very much i think you might want to at least look through some of the examples in How to read literature like a professor by Dr. Thomas Foster.Finnikan of the Rock (Melina Marchetta)-the confessionAnything by the Bronte sisters or Jane AustenThe Mortal Instruments SeriesDear JohnImpulse by ellen hopkins i finished reading it not long ago. i LOVED it! its about a group of three friends. who hae tried to attempt suicide band after they failed they went to a place called aspen springs. this is where they met. HUGE twist @ the end

  11. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;…People were drawn to Twilight because Edward Cullen is “hot”, which allows them to picture him as their perfect “dream guy”. A lot of teenage girls can relate with Bella, because Bella has zero confidence, thinks she’s ugly, and is enthralled by the idea of a guy taking care of her (which sums up the feelings of many teenage girls perfectly. Sad). They like it because they are in love with the idea of love and because a lot of them are hopeless romantics– Edward’s romance appeals to them (despite the fact that it’s oober cheesy and ridiculous). I also think that it’s popular because it doesn’t make you think at all. It has absolutely no literary value– not intentional messages, no theme, no intentional moral, no symbolism, no imagery, no nothing. It’s an empty egg shell of what a good book is, and it’s on a fifth grade reading level, so reading it and understanding it requires no intellectual capability at all. I think that’s why so many people who normally dislike reading books like Twilight– it’s an easy to understand book that won’t make them think and they can use it as a self insert for their romance-based fantasies. Twilight just happened to hit the market at the right time, too. The HP craze was over and society wanted another book series to latch onto.Enjoy!

  12. 3) Daz 4 Zoe.your top two series are my absloute favorites to!!!!Brilliant book and you can’t put it down till you get to the end

  13. it depends on the type of book that you like. I like the Twilight saga and the Dark Hunters series these books are based a lot in greek myth and are very very good. Now the Twilight books are more for young adults I’m sure that you have heard of them I also like books that have a lot of history and have to do with romance. Any thing by Stephen King,Nora Roberts. Trust me I have over 200 books anything from romance to fiction and nonfiction and historical romance

  14. – there will be a movie and series comming out soon.Crank series- a girl gets into drugs and it ruined her life and it has a awesome endin! ellen hopkins2. What do I hate?Tarot Readers Daugher- Helen DunwoodieWhat was the point of posting this??Lord of the Rings / The Hobbityou sould try …glint , ann coburn

  15. This Lullaby- Sarah Dessen13)There is a book called ‘The Undrowned Child’ by Michelle Lauric.It has quite a bit of ‘supernatural’ elements. It is based in Venice and it stars two children trying to save the city from an angry, powerful spirit. It’s sort of like a mystery and supernatural story. You’ll learn a lot about Venice, (it’s very interesting) and she’s really done her research into the legends and history. It’s her first novel and it has received good critical reviews from critics so far.Harry Potter

  16. -the stepsisterIt just melts their hearts…Den of Shadows by Amelia Atwater-RhodesVampire Chronicles by Anne Rice-killers kisshttp://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;…Vampire Academy series (Richelle Mead)Avalon High by Meg CabotThree Roads to Quantum Gravity by Lee SmolinThe Floods series is also good. The Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer is amazing.>I agree with you, especially when it comes to Edward being too overbearing. (Check my past questions on Edward and Bella’s relationship)Jellicoe Road (Melina Marchetta)http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Aq4s1UkaYFA5bg9xp24lQVQjzKIX;_ylv=3?qid=20080819174601AAh7LCfAnatomy of a Boyfriend

  17. I’m pretty sure she said there’s no possibility of her publishing it any time soon. Here’s a quote from her site: So where does this leave Midnight Sun? My first feeling was that there was no way to continue. Writing isn’t like math; in math, two plus two always equals four no matter what your mood is like. With writing, the way you feel changes everything. If I tried to write Midnight Sun now, in my current frame of mind, James would probably win and all the Cullens would die, which wouldn’t dovetail too well with the original story. In any case, I feel too sad about what has happened to continue working on Midnight Sun, and so it is on hold indefinitely. I’d rather my fans not read this version of Midnight Sun. It was only an incomplete draft; the writing is messy and flawed and full of mistakes. But how do I comment on this violation without driving more people to look for the illegal posting? It has taken me a while to decide how and if I could respond. But to end the confusion, I’ve decided to make the draft available here (at the end of this message on the Midnight Sun page). This way, my readers don’t have to feel they have to make a sacrifice to stay honest. I hope this fragment gives you further insight into Edward’s head and adds a new dimension to the Twilight story. That’s what inspired me to write it in the first place. I do want to take a moment and thank the wonderful fans who have been so supportive of me over the past three years. I cannot begin to tell you how much each of you means to me. I only hope this note will stop all the confusion and online speculation so that the Twilight universe can once again become the happy escape it used to be. After this incredibly busy year, I am now focusing on spending more time with my family and working on some other writing projects. –Stephenie

  18. Wicked Lovely-the rich girlthe count of monte cristo- alexandre dumasIt’s a little hard to answer just based on personal preference cause not everyone likes the same stuff but I really enjoyed No time for Goodbye by Linwood Barkley it’s a suspense and a real page turner!!

  19. A lot of your reasons I’ve never thought about, but think you are absolutely right.hunchback of notre dame-victor hugoHis Dark Materials by Philip Pullman,Twilight, Vampire diaries, Good Night Mr Tom, Harry Potters, Bleak House,

  20. 1-800-Where are you by Jenny CarrolThe Host by Stephenie MeyerHunger Games bu Suzanne Collins.I can’t remember the author’s name, but the story is based in the near future. In the future, people are split into two groups, the rich (called ‘Subbies’ in slang) and the poor (called ‘chippies.’) These two groups distrust and resent each other, and are sealed away from one another. However, a young, posh girl called Zoe ends up meeting a Chippie called Daz. Despite being in different classes, they end up falling in love. And it goes from there…Nicholas Sparks’s books

  21. i just watched twilight with my 6 year old sister and i got her obssessed. lol. she said “hey sis, can u tell what i am thinking?” lolThe Immortal Instruments by Cassandra ClareImpulse by Ellen HopkinsVampire Diaries

  22. Wolf brother ,Michelle PaverI know hes not perfect, but they just silly girls and cant see it,If you like Tamora Pierce and fantasy kind of thing, maybe try C.S.Lewis or Terri Prachett and also Philip Pullman is a must-read if you haven’t read any of his books they are amazing.The Glass Castle by Jeanette Wallshttp://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AvpFKztuIs6dnwYTfA95Sr0jzKIX;_ylv=3?qid=20081230163405AAnmzQRMaximum Ride by James PattersonIdentical by Ellen HopkinsMoon Riders by Theresa TomlinsonWithering Tights2. edward cullen, like most girls, allured me by his looks. he is beautiful and so on. also, he truly cares about bella and tries to keep her safe always. in breaking dawn, he only gets her pregnant because she wanted to “do it” with him. some people might think he is a stalker because he krept into her room and stuff but i think that would be just love. i know this sounds crazy but i would like my future husband to do that too. well not like that, but if u really like him, u want to be wth him, right? maybe not, but i think thats my answer to thatAnthony Horowitz.

  23. -secret admirerThe Diary of Anne Frankhttp://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AmFfwxILNDSBlLQK280u9NsjzKIX;_ylv=3?qid=20080314010720AADXWIXFamous FiveAnything by Carl SaganThe HobbitPride and prejudice & emma-Jane austen>I hate that it’s so superficial and poorly written.I absolutely love Mr Darcy, Gilbert Blythe, and Edward Rochester. Those are just some of my favourite characters and novels in literature, and I can’t believe Meyer would say Edward Cullen is a mix of those 3. I found absolutely no similarity. I did like Twilight the first book, but the sequels disappointed me gravely. However I heard The Host was good, so I’ll be checking that out.

  24. >I think the fact that it was a romance somewhat similar to Rome and Juliet. How they were star-crossed lovers and they tried to beat the odds to fulfill a chance to be together.The Count of Monte Cristo (Alexandre Dumas)The Princess Diary (Meg Cabot)

  25. Night World Series by L. J. Smith.The Secret GardenA man and young boy are traveling thru Mexico. The man checks the newspaper everyday and they keep to themselves pretty much. One day Ben, the man tells the boy that they have to go back. The boy, Mark, questions him do they really have to. Ben says “Do you love me?” Mark replies “God, yes!” So the two set out for the nightmare they just barely escaped. The story then goes back months or a year to when the nightmare began.It’s Kind Of A Funny Story by Ned Vizzini

  26. Sookie StackhouseAll American girl 1+2 by Meg CabotWatership Down (Richard Adams)You seem to have a lot of fiction also, so maybe try a nonfiction book or biography that way you have more options. That’s what I usually do. Hope that helps.

  27. Hunger Games trilogy (Suzanne Collins)Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolni,Sylvia’s Hurt written by Sylvia Hurt. It’s a true life story and in the end it makes you think about life in general. You can purchase it from Amazon or Authorhouse.

  28. 2) Abhorsen by Garth Nix is a young adult series that focuses on a young school girl who has a degree of control over death. She lives in ‘our world’ (sort of) but across the wall is a magical world no one really talks about. She crosses the wall (for reasons I won’t mention for the sake of spoilers) and goes on a journey, battling the undead, falling in love and finding friendship and magic.The Host by Stephenie Meyer.6) Mortal Engines by Philip Reeves. Mortal engines are based in a dystopian future and star a young man whose family are killed, and a violent, bitter girl whose face is heavily scarred. It’s a love and adventure story, and is excellent.Wolves of Mercy Falls trilogy (Shiver, Linger & Forever) (Maggie Stiefvater)Wicca/Sweep series by Clare Thompson,How Kaeleigh and Raeanne figure out just what it means to be whole again when their entire world has been torn to shreds is the guts and heart of this powerful, disturbing, and utterly remarkable book. ellen hopkinsTo Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee)ingo by helen dunmore

  29. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AtJalE9GKu4kkx91D3wENWojzKIX;_ylv=3?qid=20070328095616AA1DvZYMortal Instruments Trilogy by Cassandra Clare,Secret Circle, first and second book by L. J. Smith.I actually agree with everything you said. I didn’t realize any of the flaws until after I read the third book. I really like the first book though. The second and third and fourth are mediocre and so dull when it comes to the love triangle. I actually heard about the series when I heard about it being made into a film. Instantly with the word vampire in it, I became intrigued. and it was often compared to Harry Potter, which I am a huge fan of, though there are no comparisons except the whole same actor thing.

  30. The Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsShiver, and the sequal linger.wow you sure have read alot.In my Father’s House there are Many Mansions by Orville BurtonBut Alex Rider books are amazing! Try a bit of James Bond, similar theme more of a classic.4) The Girl who loved Tom Gordon. It’s a small novel by Stephen King about a nine year old girl who gets lost in the wild. Its a really amazing story about the girls strength, the relationship between her and her family, her facing her fears (both the internal ones, the external real ones such as hunger and cold, and the supernatural one that is hunting her.)They will dies out soon enough.Fallen** (amazing!)I know everybody seems to be into Twilight and before her Anne Rice. Here’s a book about vampires that depicts them the way that Bram Stoker intended: Salem’s Lot by Stephen King. It is a very good book.anything written by Nicholas sparks

  31. The Hardy BoysFear street nights – group of friends that sneek out at night and call them selves tha night ppl. out of noware ppl start getting killed by mysterious means. this one had me turning the pages all night long! r.l. stienConnor, after discovering that his parents have signed an order for his unwinding, decides to try to escape. Eventually meeting up with Risa, another escaping Unwind, and Lev, whose life has been tithed to the church, he tries to keep them all one step ahead of the police. But Lev may have other ideas.>I love fantasies and some books containing vampires. But I have to admit Twilight will be the only romance book I ever read. Not too into that. I only took a chance with the vampire connection and had a fangirl moment.gossip girlSpeeding- Kate Cannanna karenina-leo tolstoryOh and read ‘I Capture The Castle’ by Dodie Smith – it’s great I think you’ll like it.julius caesar-william shakespeareLucas- Kevin BrooksSwitcherss Trilogy by Kate Thompson,Where the Heart is (Billie Letts)Spy Girl by Carol Hedges-all night partySCIENCE FICTION Everyone ignores sci-fi however in truth that a few books are close to part philosophy. Read Stranger in a Strange Land through Robert A. Heinlein, Prey through Michael Crichton, and 2001: A Space Odyssey or Rendevous With Rama through Arthur C. Clarke. Plus, I agree that Agatha Christie is a ought to-learn. After Shakespeare and the Bible, she has bought probably the most quantity of books global ever. Her pleasant are And Then There Were None, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Murder at the Orient Express

  32. The better question is, what DON’T I hate? The characters are stupid, underdeveloped, and dull. The writing is awful and full of grammatical errors. The plot is so shallow and non-existent that it doesn’t come into play until 3/4 into the book. There are no subplots at all and the conflict is horribly developed and/or carried out. The Twilight books have no literary value at all (but I talked about that in number one). I also feel that that books have anti-feminist vibes, though I don’t think the author intended for that to happen. I think the book sends really bad messages to young readers, too– it gives them a skewed vision of how real men and real relationships work and makes abusive behavior and/or threatening suicide seem “romantic”, which it’s not.the sisterhood of the traveling pantsEverlost- 2 teenagers get into a head on crash and go into a limbo called everlost. not heaven or hell. there are many twists. and a HUGE twist at the end. neal shusterman-switchedGeneration Dead by Daniel WatersI read the books before they became extremely popular also.http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AqAIDo9f_A1sL34PwWSak1AjzKIX;_ylv=3?qid=20080909175410AAL1ist11) M is for Magic and Coraline by Neil Gaiman. M is for Magic is a series of short stories, and some of them really are quite scary and creepy! Coraline, if you don’t know the film, is about a young girl who find her ‘Other Mother’ who seems more perfect than her ‘real mother.’ And it goes from there…1. the thing that hooked me to the series was the vampire thing. i was only 10 when my dad gave me the book, and i never really understood it. now i am 13 and it is a good book. the vampire thing intrigued me by the beauty so on and so forth. then bella and how normal she is.This Lullaby by Sarah DessenThe Great and Terrible BeautyWell, there is the Twilight saga and HP. But I assume you’ve hear dof those so…Also you might like the gossip girl books (I haven’t actually read them, but they are meant to be good and it sounds like the sort of thing you might like)Looking for Alibrandi (Melina Marchetta)The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare

  33. hope i helpedWatchers by Dean Koontz.Do you want to read for pleasure or for learning? I read Carl Weber and he’s very entertaining. If for learning think of something that your interesting in finding out more of and visit your local library. Books will just jump out at you!

  34. Destined To Reign by Joseph PrinceAnne of Green Gables (L M Montgomery)Deadly Little Secret by Laurie StolarzWell I like fantasy and love ones so…The Missing Link Trilogy by Kate ThompsonAlso, just about anything from Terry Pratchett. To start off I’d suggest ‘The Wee Free Men.”

  35. Need by Carrie JonesTwilight hater, here. By the way, thanks for the add earlier. You seem cool.Traces by Malcolm RoseAnne of Green GablesCry Wolf by Patricia Briggs.Gone by Michael GrantDarren Shawn Books didn’tt like),I will get many thumbs down, but i like this story because of the Story, I find it interesting. The writing however, not so good. Oh I will admit, the writing is bad. lolhamlet-william shakespeareA Brief History Of Infinity – Brian Clegg-the first datethey are some of my favorites but it all depends what you like. The ones with the ** are the best out of these. hope this helps xx

  36. But I think the “big thing” about Edward is that he is what most girls want in a guy.East Of Eden – John SteinbeckBurned by Ellen HopkinsThe 3 Muskateers (Alexandre Dumas)this question has been asked so many, many times! next time type it in the search box and save yourself five points!Evermore by Alyson NoelAlpha Force by Chris RyanHAPPY READING! =) ps some of these are not classics. lurlene macdaniels books arent

  37. Guitar Girl by Sarra ManningStranger with my face (Lois Duncan)Franklin and Winston by John Meacham13 Reasons Why- Jay AsherA 14 year old girl called Maggie leaves in 17th century Scotlnd with her grandmother. She and her grandmother are accused of witchcraft. Maggie manages to escape and adventure ensues.Power of 5 by Anthony Horowitz,But hey cant have him.The Blue Bloods Series by Melissa De La CruzYou know, Charming, Old fashion, Rich, Only wants one girl, good in bed.The Diary of a Teenage Girl series by Melody Carlson is very good. As well as the True Colour series, also by her.Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz.Born Blue by Han Nolan

  38. House of Night by P.C CastUnwind by neal shusterman- In the future, a war has been fought between the pro- life and pro-choice armies. Their final settlement: the Bill of Life, which ends abortion but allows parents to choose to have their children “unwound” between ages 13 and 18. ” Unwinding” is the transplanting of every part of the teens” bodies; since every bit of their bodies is still “alive,” they haven”t technically been killed, right?I think what fueled the craze was that it is a Vampire Love Novel.i like classics so these might not suit you but……………..Harry potterHarry Potter by J. K. Rowling,A Beautiful Mind4. Yep. All the time. It’s basically all I read, actually. The only modern authors I like JKR, Orson Scott Card, Brian Jacques, and Jodi Picoult (but her writing kind of drives me nuts).

  39. how i live now (nice and short)12)’City of Beasts’ by Isabel Allende. The main character is a normal fifteen year old boy who has to spend a summer with his crazy aunt. She works for the national geographic and is travelling to south America. Anyway, she takes him with her, and he meets all these people (natives and other travellers,) a special young 12 year old girl who he learns from and they get entangled in this amazing adventure. Supernatural and mystical themes.Seven Deadly Sins Series by Robin WassermanCrank, Glass, Impulse, Burned and Identical by Ellen Hopkins.Morganville Vampires by Rachel CaineNaked Lunch – William BurroughsProtect and DefendTeen Idol by Meg Cabotburned – awesome book about a mormon (idk how to spell that) that doesnt like the laws/rules of her religion and decides to try to be herself but her abuseive father says no and she goes to live with her aunt and ………. well cant tell you the rest lol. ellen hopkins-moonlight games

  40. Maximum Ride by James Pattersonfear street novels – AWESOME mysteries (not a series, just a bunch of page turners, that r by the same author and keepp you gessing) r.l. stienI also like classical books as well.

  41. The notebookthe hunger games** 1&2 (they are amazing)Vampire Diaries series by L. J. Smith.>I don’t disagree with what you said. The book is very superficial. As well as the protagonist. She judges people a lot and I think Edward isn’t even in love with Bella, but only interested in her because he couldn’t read her mind at first.7) The Reformed Vampire Support Group (where the vampires are weak and plain.) However, one has killed their own, and they need to find out who so that they can convince him they aren’t a danger. It isn’t amazing, but it’s a fun read, a little different, the characters are more believable and has a decent plot.The Christy Miller SeriesThe immortal series by Alyson NoelDraculaLullabies for Little Criminal by Heather O’Neill

  42. the a list-the best friendHouse of night by P. C. and Kristin Cast,The Abhorsen series by Garth NIx.here are some that i reccommend (please excuse me if i repeat some of the one you have already readLes miserables-victor hugoThe last song** (realy realy good)ill answer your questions in orderTravels by Michael Crichton. It’s his autobiography. In this book, Crichton recounts his experiences and examines the insights he gained into life as a result. He also tells of his travels to many fascinating places aroung the world. In Travels, Crichton tells about attending Harvard Medical School, climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, and directing Sean Connery in a movie, among many other things. Even people who don’t care for his fiction can get something from this book. Michael Crichton lead a fascinating life that was over much too soon.

  43. 3. Same as you, it seems like.war and peace-fyodor dostoveskyGallagher Girls by Ally Carter5) He also has a book/graphic novel called ‘Cycle of the Werewolf.’ I think the title is self explanatory. The story protagonist is a young boy.The hunger gamesCANT WAIT FOR THE UGLIES MOVIE IN 2011!!!The Princess Bride (William Goldman)CHERUB by Robert Muchamore,10) The Darkest Powers Trilogy starting with The Reckoning. A girl called Chloe begins to see ghosts. Understandably she freaks out and ends up being packed off to a ‘special school’ for ‘troubled’ teens. There she meets two brothers and three girls. It soon transpires that this is no ordinary place. Certain children have Lizzy herself vanishes. There turns out to be a bit of a conspiracy, and all of the children, including Chloe actually have special powers. And there ends up being a bit of a love triangle-sqaure type thing between the characters.Maximum Ride by James Patterson,i’m assuming you like love stories? if so, I LOVED the book “Olive’s Ocean”!!! It is really amazing! :]

  44. Plus, All the heartbroken Harry Potter lovers needed something to fall back upon.Wicked Lovely + Ink Exchange by Melissa Marr,13 reasons why (realy good)Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer,4. i like fatasy and magic. i like harrypotter to and stuff like that. fablehaven and stuff.

  45. Running with scissors ( quite funny)i am a twilight liker. a fan girl, not completely obsessed thoughBeing- Kevin Brookslurlene macdaniels booksYes I LOVE those types of books!Vampire Academy by Richelle MeadWardstone Chronicles by Joseph Delaney,WOW, we like the same types of books!. I would try some of the following:

  46. Trixie BeldenSisterhood of the Travelling PantsThe nightmare is not a pretty boy. It is the epitome of evil. And the book is outstanding. Anybody who thinks Stephen King is creepy should read this book and see what a moralist he is.

  47. Blue Bloods by Melissa De La CruzSo when they read that they’re like OMG EDWARD!>No. I don’t read as much as I should, but I rather read something that is modern or fantasy. I prefer drama but not when romance plays too much of a role.

  48. Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini-the giftHow about the Beverly Grey series by Clair Blank? (:

  49. the Vampire Diaries Series by L.J. Smith2 Weeks in year 6, A Month in year 7 and Escape from yr 8 are all great books.Trainspotting – Irvine WelshI can’t say I have heard of all of those books to be honest.Changeling by Yasmine Galenhorn is a fiction/adventure book.

  50. 3.i think the writing is ok, not the best, not many discribing words and stuff. i also think bella relies on him cause she is his soul mate and vise versa. how would u react if the love of ur life said he doesn’t love u anymore, after all the times together?9) Jane Eyre. Don’t be put off because it’s an old book. This novel is about a young woman called Jane. It starts off by briefly going through her rather sad childhood. As a young woman she is determined to be as independent as possible (her family are awful.) So she becomes a governess for a man called Mr Rochester. It’s got romance and mystery.

  51. The Mercy Thompson series; Moon Called, Blood Bound, Iron Kissed and Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs.Identical-Kaeleigh and Raeanne are 16-year-old identical twins, the daughters of a district court judge father and politician mother running for US Congress. Everything on the surface seems fine, but underneath run very deep and damaging secrets. When the girls were 9, Daddy started to turn to his beloved Kaeleigh in ways a father never should and has been sexually abusing her for years. For Raeanne, she needs to numb the pain of not being Daddy’s favorite; for Kaeleigh, she wants to do everything she can to feel something normal, even if it means cutting herself and vomiting after every binge.Night World by L. J. Smith,

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