Good books to read after Beautiful Creatures Series..
I’m falling totally in love the beautiful creature series, and I’m now half way through the third book. I know after I finish the last book I’ll be at a loss as what to read next. Any suggestions?Books I’ve read and liked:Harry Potter SeriesHouse of Night SeriesFallen SeriesHush, Hush...
If you have a smart phone download wattpad. It’s an app where you can read any books you want for free. The only downside to it is the books aren’t edited so there a lot of mistakes 🙂 you will not regret it. But if you want to read normal books I would recommend ‘Fallen’ by Thomas E. Snigeoski (I don’t know how to spell his surname) or read the other Fallen by Lauren Kate. I’m not sure which one of those you’ve already read seeing as you haven’t given the authors name 🙂
What book should I read.
I like to read series, I’ve read te hunger games, how to lead a life of crime, and many many others. My favorite series to-date it the divergent series. I prefer books like that. Where there a little but if an underlying romance but there is also action and strong characters that you can connect with.
Because you mentioned some dystopian-themed novels, I would suggest those below, all which have some sort of romantic element.Across the Universe by Beth Revis – 2011. When 17-year-old Amy joins her parents as frozen cargo on a spaceship, she expects to be thawed 300 years later upon arrival at a new planet. However, her world turns upside down when she is awakened fifty years too early and finds herself embroiled in the mystery surrounding the attempted murders of frozen passengers. Her life endangered by Eldest, the tyrannical leader of the ship’s maintenance population, she turns to her only ally: Elder, the young man destined to take Eldest’s place as leader. As they solve the mystery together, romance blossoms between Amy and Elder, complicating an already complex situation.The Shore of Monsters by David J. Nix – 2011. Five generations earlier, a horde of monsters nearly obliterated humanity. All males are dead or ruined by a monster plague; words like ‘father’ and ‘romance’ have lost meaning. When teenager Sky joins an expedition to the shore that falls apart, she must survive amongst the monsters that roam the ruins. She gets unexpected help from a very surprising source. Mystery, action, and romance follow!Blood Red Road (Dustlands Series) by Moira Young – 2012. In a post-apocalyptic future, 18-year-old Saba’s twin brother is stolen by black-clad riders. When tough-as-nails Saba launches a relentless search to recover him, she must fight for her life in gladiator cages, overcome enemies both creature and human, and learn to trust others for the first time. And try as she might, she can’t help but fall for the charming scoundrel Jack, who just may understand her more than she knows.Delirium by Lauren Oliver – 2011. In the tightly controlled society of a future America, love is forbidden, classified as ‘deliria’ by authorities. Three months before her 18th birthday and a mandatory procedure to ‘cure’ her deliria, Lena meets Alex, who sends her heart aflutter. As love blossoms between the two, Lena questions what she has always been told about love, and begins to consider the unthinkable: not submitting to the cure, and choosing deliria instead. Beautifully written, but a little slow.Divergent by Veronica Roth – 2011. In a future dystopian Chicago, each 16-year old must choose to belong one of five factions, each of which represents a dominant personality trait. For most the choice is easy – simply follow the results an aptitude test. For Beatrice, however, the choice is not simple. Her test indicates three aptitudes. In addition to complicating her life, this fact makes her dangerous to the community for reasons she does not know. What she decides promises to put her in danger, and possibly tilt the entire balance of society.The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan – 2010. Seven generations have passed since the Return, a plague that reanimates dead humans into creatures that feed on the living. Teenager Mary lives inside one of the last enclaves of uninfected, protected by a chain link fence that surrounds her village. When the fence is breached, Mary flees the village with a small band of survivors. Their flight toward an uncertain salvation is both harrowing and revealing, as they try to determine if they are humanity’s last hope.How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff – 2006. Fascinating novel about the outbreak of a 21st century world war as seen through the eyes of Daisy, a 15 year old American staying with her cousins on a remote England farm. At first utopian, the kid’s existence degenerates into horror as the war encroaches on the farm. Through the several month period covered by the story, Daisy grows from a self-centered girl into a determined survivor. This book will leave a mark on the reader for years to come.The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins – 2009. In a future America where twelve impoverished colonies are ruled by a rich, totalitarian Capitol, teenager Katniss struggles to feed her mother and sister. Everything changes when Kat becomes a contestant in the Hunger Games, a death match between 24 teens representing the 12 colonies. Winning means glory and extra food for the colony. Losing means death. As Katniss survives against the odds, her selfless approach to the game make her a symbol of revolution – and a target of the Capitol. If she survives the games, she may not survive those who control it.Matched by Allie Condy – 2010. In Cassia’s society, officials determine everything for you: what you will eat, what job you will have, and who you will marry. When Cassia is matched to her best friend, Xander, at a matching ceremony, she believes Society has made a good choice. However, a ‘glitch’ causes another face to be briefly revealed to her: that of a boy named Ky. Haunted by the face, Cassia begins to consider the unthinkable: of rebelling against the predetermined path of her life and choosing for herself.Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman – In an alternate reality England, white-skinned people, called Noughts, are an underclass minority oppressed by a dark-skinned majority descended of Africans, called Crosses. Nought teenager Callum falls for Sephy, the daughter of a politically powerful Cross. As their romance grows, so does their safety in a society that does not tolerate racial mixing. When Callum’s family is implicated in a terrorist act, the lovestruck teens face difficult choices. Regardless of your heritage, this story will lend you a new perspective on race and what it means to be human.Shipbreaker by Paolo Bacigalupi – 2010. In a near future of rising seas, no oil, and extreme poverty, a teenager works as a shipbreaker – one who salvages rusting ships for parts. When he finds a wrecked super-yacht after a storm, he thinks his days of poverty are over. However, he gets swept into an adventure when bad people come for the one survivor of the wreck – a rich, beautiful girl who owns the vessel.The Uglies Trilogy by Scott Westerfield – 2005. In a future society, a mandatory operation at age 16 wipes out physical differences, turning “Uglies” into “Pretties”. The Pretties are allowed freedom to play, while the Uglies jealously await their turn. Ugly Tally has gotten into trouble that may forfeit her operation. The menacing government offers her a way out: find a group of rebel Uglies, infiltrate, and betray them. Tally agrees, but upon finding the rebels comes to understand the terrible price of becoming pretty.Unwind by Neal Shusterman – 2009. In post-war future, the abortion debate has been solved through compromise. Parents may elect to have their teenage children “unwound”, a process where the teens organs and body parts are harvested for others. The story follows three runaway Unwinds, each discarded for behavior, religious, or economic reasons. As the trio embarks on a harrowing journey of escape, the reader will ponder very heavy moral questions, and wrestle with how much a bad decision can affect future generations. This is a masterpiece on every level!
Any good book suggestions.
Any good books you recommend?Here are some books I like: (Just so u know what type of books im interested in)A walk to rememberJust ListenThe Railway childrenThe mediator seriesBlood TiesKnifeThe amaranth enchantment
Brave Story (Its the best book in the world. I have read it eight times, but watch out, it has really small font and its over 800 pages long)Hunger Games series (Read it twice and then was so into it I threw a hunger ages party with 22 friends and ended up winning after stabbing my sister in the back)Maze Runner (I am writing the questions for this one in our school battle)Zombies Vs. Unicorns (Go team zombie!)Going Bovine (So funny that I read the whole thing the mourning I got it)Howl’s Moving CastleHouse of Many Doors (Second book of Howl’s Moving Castle)Earth Sea series (Inspired me to write my novel)Game of Thrones (Super long and has a lot of violence and …., but it is really clever and awesome)Disc World series (In my opinion I like the Hogfather the best)Neddie Add (Read it four times, because it is so funny and charming)The Mysterious Benedict Sociaty seriesCoroline (Really awesome, but a little creepy)The Evolution of Calournia Tate (Fun and educational. It reminds me of ALice in Wonderland)Alice in Wonderland (Classic, fun, and different from the movie)I am Number Four (Really easy read)When You Reach Me (Also easy to read)Matched (Meh. I didn’t really like it, because it is kinda girlie for me, but you probably would.)Lord of the Rings (Always good, no matter how many times you read it)Red WallTale of Desperaux (Red Wall and this one are both about mice)Golden Compass (WHen I was little I use to pretend I had a demon, like in this book)Grim’s Fairytales (They are actually much more depressing and gory them the modern versions you probably know, like in Cinderella the ugly step sisters cut of their toes, trying to fit into the shoes)Dexter series (Is about a serial killer who kills other cereal killers, but he is also a blood splatter analyst. If you watched the show it is actually very different)Daniel XShakespear (I use those a lot during drama club, like when I need a monolog or we are supposed too choose random scenes and act out parts to form a play using many others)Beauty Queens (Is the same thing as Lord of the Flies, but the people on the island are the Miss Americas and by the same person who did going bovine)Lord of the Flies (Same thing as Beauty Queens, but the people stuck on the island are a all boys school)Zodiac (True story about the Zodiac serial killer. I was into this one because the first place the Zodiac killer killed is only half a mile away from my house)Gamer Girl (Easy read and one of y favorite, because it is about a girl who wants to be a manga artist, just like me)World War Z (Storys from the zombie apocalypse)Zombie Survival Guide (By the same person who did World War Z. Here is one tip from the book: “Use your head, cut of theirs.”)I have a lot more, so if you like these just mail me about it and I will give you some other books.
I am DESPERATELY in need of a new book/series..
So, I’ve read most of the popular books series on the market and I’m looking for another good one to read. I’ve read Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Percy Jackson, The Heroes of Olympus, Artemis Fowl, Eragon, The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel, Guardians of Ga’Hoole, Animorphs, The Maze…
Both of Obert Skye’s series, Leven Thumps and Pillage, are quite good. He really doesn’t get the attention he deserves, and he’s got quite an imagination. Do give him a shot.Another great series (that I can’t believe I forgot to mention) is the Deltora Quest series by Emily Rodda. I’ve read the first two series and they were both amazing. I’m looking to buy the third one and the info books at some point as well. Her characters are quite cool, she’s an excellent writer, and the book contains illustrations of some of the puzzles the characters encounter. Those were always fun to try and figure out before anyone else did.The first WARRIORS series by Erin Hunter was great. The second series was good also. It… started going downhill around the third. I gave up on the fourth. If you like it, you might want to try SEEKERS, but be warned that it is incredibly environmentally preachy. I couldn’t stand it.A few real classics are J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Very good reads there.I also really enjoyed the first book of Robin Jarvis’s The Hagwood Trilogy, Thorn Ogres of Hagwood. It’s been a while since I read the first book, but I remember he wrote very much like a storyteller. I really liked that about the book.I’ve also read the first book of The Tapestry, The Hound of Rowan by Henry H. Neff. There are many similarities to Harry Potter, but I really did like it. I’m looking to buy the next books in the series.Another classic is Watership Down by Richard Adams.I haven’t read any of these books myself, but I’ve heard they were good and I might read them:Chronicles of NarniaSilverwingThe Spiderwick ChroniclesA Series of Unfortunate EventsCirque du Freak: The Saga of Darren ShanI’ve been interested in trying Artemis Fowl and Guardians of Ga’Hoole. Would you mind telling me how you liked them? Oh, and I hope I helped you out!
Good book recommendations. Books like the Gone series, Uglies Series, The Hunger Games series….
hi-lo. im in need of a good read!what are some good books like:~the gone series by michael grant~the uglies series by scott westerfeld~the hunger games by suzanne collins~life as we knew it by susan b. pfeffer~unwind by neil shusterman~13 reasons why by jay asher~the time capsule by lurlene…
I don’t know how many times I will recommend these books on this site haha ^_^ but I think they would both be perfect for you (: I love dystopias and basically all the books you listed, and I LOVED these!Incarceron by Catherine Fisher”Imagine a living prison so vast that it contains corridors and forests, cities and seas. Imagine a prisoner with no memory, who is sure he came from Outside, even though the prison has been sealed for centuries and only one man, half real, half legend, has ever escaped.Imagine a girl in a manor house in a society where time has been forbidden, where everyone is held in a seventeenth century world run by computers, doomed to an arranged marriage that appals her, tangled in an assassination plot she both dreads and desires.One inside, one outsideBut both imprisoned.Imagine a war that has hollowed the moon, seven skullrings that contain souls, a flying ship and a wall at the world’s end.Imagine the unimaginable.Imagine Incarceron.”The Maze Runner by James Dashner (and the sequel The Scorch Trials)”When Thomas wakes up in the lift, the only thing he can remember is his first name. His memory is blank. But he’s not alone. When the lift’s doors open, Thomas finds himself surrounded by kids who welcome him to the Glade—a large, open expanse surrounded by stone walls.Just like Thomas, the Gladers don’t know why or how they got to the Glade. All they know is that every morning the stone doors to the maze that surrounds them have opened. Every night they’ve closed tight. And every 30 days a new boy has been delivered in the lift.Thomas was expected. But the next day, a girl is sent up—the first girl to ever arrive in the Glade. And more surprising yet is the message she delivers.Thomas might be more important than he could ever guess. If only he could unlock the dark secrets buried within his mind.”and if you want something a little more challenging:Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury”Guy Montag is a fireman who burns books in a futuristic American city. In Montag’s world, firemen start fires rather than putting them out. The people in this society do not read books, enjoy nature, spend time by themselves, think independently, or have meaningful conversations. Instead, they drive very fast, watch excessive amounts of television on wall-size sets, and listen to the radio on “Seashell Radio” sets attached to their ears. Montag encounters a gentle seventeen-year-old girl named Clarisse McClellan, who opens his eyes to the emptiness of his life with her innocently penetrating questions and her unusual love of people and nature. Over the next few days, Montag experiences a series of disturbing events.”
Is The Maze Runner good.
I was thinking of starting the book series. How good is it? I know it won’t be the next harry potter, but is it at least better than crappy Divergent? I didn’t like Divergent because it was too cheesy.
Yes you should definitely read The Mazerunner! I’ve read it twice and I can count on one hand the number of books I’ve reread, and I have read many, MANY books.The whole idea and story is very original and unique, and it is way better than Divergent. To me it seemed like the Divergent storyline kept getting worse and worse, whereas I think The Mazerunner kept consistent.You’ll fall in love with the characters too 🙂
Which Book Series.
I only have money for one and I can’t decide which of the three to get. The first book series is thePercy Jackson series. The second book series is The Maze Runner series. And the third book series is the Divergent series. Which book series should I get.
I am a HUGE Percy Jackson fan and when I read it, I became an expert in greek mythology. It’s not about romance and relationships. It’s really catchy in my opinion. I think you should get it! The first book is boring, but the second really vacuums you into the series.The Maze Runner- FANTASTIC! It gives you so many emotions and the author did a great job getting action into a book. It keeps you on your tippy toes ’till the end of the series. You should absolutely get it!Divergent, in my opinion, is too overrated. It’s too much like the hunger games. I enjoyed the first book, but the second and third weren’t really good. The main boy is too classically perfect and I hate how everybody is obsessing over it. City of Bones is the same story…
Out of these two book series, which should I start reading.
I’m looking for a new book series to get into, and these are the ones that keep popping up.The Maze RunnerandDivergentWhich one do you think I should read? I have no idea what either are about. And if you could, I would so very much appreciate it if you could tell me how many books are in each series…
I have heard of The Maze Runner but I don’t know what it’s about or anything. The Divergent series, I started to read the first book but couldn’t really get into it. It is a futuristic type of book (like The Hunger Games, if you have read/heard of that)… You might like it, I don’t know what types of book you like though haha. I believe there are only 2 books in that series.Well, if you’re open for suggestions then I will gladly suggest 🙂 I personally adore the House of Night series, Harry Potter series, and The Vampire Diaries… If you are into thrillers, I really liked Mommy (and also the 2nd book in the series called Mommy’s Day) by Max Allan Collins. And there are, of course, any books by Stephen King 🙂
How many books are there in “The Maze Runner” series.
… by James Dashner.
The maze runner is a trilogy not a series. So he will have three books total.
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