Hunger Games, the Lighthouse trilogy, the Various, Celandine, Winter's wood, (the last three are a trilogy I just forgot it's name.) The Missing series, all the books bt Mary Downing Hahn, and so so many more. These are all books that i have enjoyed a lot. I hope you like them too!!
I Love to read this what i recommend so far- For a girl: Switched, Torn, and Ascend all three by Amanda Hocking Unenchanted by: Chanda Hann The Selection by: Kiera Cass Comics/ Manga: Fruit Basket Ouran High School Host Club Absolute Boyfriend For boys: Acceleration by: Graham McNamee Diamonds in the Shadow by: Caroline B. Cooney City of Bones by: Cassandra Clare Somewhere In the Darkness by: Walter Dean Myers Comics/ Manga: Maus 1 and 2 by: Art Spiegelman Death Note Count Cain Black Butler Petshop of Horrors Inuyasha
i LOVE these books (a few may seen old fashioned but there really good): tuck everlasting-natilie babbit a walk to remember-nickolas sparks catching fire-suzanne collins ANYTHING PERCY JACKSON!!!!! his best book is son of neptune- rick riordan girls, drums, and dangerous pie-jordan sonnenblick (havent finished yet so sorry if it dosent end awesome)
infinity, the series is awesome! the author, sherrilyn kenyon, basically wrote the series to be entertaining for her teenage boys to read, I didn't get into harry potter, but the infinity series is a fantastic fantasy!
I really liked the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson. I also enjoyed the book Out of my Mind. The Maximum ride books are about six kids/teens that can fly and were meant to save the world. Out of My Mind is about an eleven year old girl that is in a wheelchair and can not talk but is extremely smart, but nobody knows, that is at first.
If you are looking for some comedy then I recommend The Hitchhikes Guide to the Galaxy Trilogy (it is 6 books by the way), mystery ones are: Sherlock Holmes, Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew. If your into fantasy: the Dragon Riders of Pern series by Anne McCaffery. some good sci-fi/horror are: anything by Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Hitchcock, Isaac Asimov. but it is really up to what you like personally. i am partial to mystery,sci-fi, fantasy, and all the books by Clive Custler. Just don't read books because you have too, read for fun (unless it is for a school grade.) Shakespeare is real good if you can understand it.
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i thnk hunger games for like action or something. i also liked well it doesnt really have a series name its by Libba Bray and one of the books in the trilogy is called Rebel Angels. its placed in history like idk wen and somewere in England around 1800-1900. its got love and some murder and other books like that but it is knida for girls and idk if u r a girl. also the books the uglies and the prettys it about being pretty is what u need to survive. also i love percy jackson!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!so any books with him in it or by the author rick riordan
The Adoration of Jenna Fox, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Jessica Darling series, The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making, and the Harry Potter series. Also A Wrinkle in Time and other books in the series by Madeleine L'Engle. If you're serious about reading, I would stay away from Percy Jackson and Twilight. Stick to the good stuff and you'll never look back :) I used to review YA books.