Gone by Michel Grant. It's about all the parents in a town 'poofing' away and all the kids up to the age 14 are trapped in a 'bubble'. It's a really exciting series! Or, The Maze Runner. I don't remember who wrote it, but you can google it. It's really cool. Kids aer trapped in a maze and can't get out because every night the maze changes. You can't be in the maze at night though (you have to be in the 'town') because monsters will eat you.
The young wizards series by Diane Duane. The first book is, "So You Want to Be a Wizard". There are eight excellent books so far, as enjoyable for adults as for teens. She has also written several books in the Star Trek universe, as well as another excellent series (adult this time) called "The Tale of the Five", and a stand-alone murder mystery/Sci-Fi/fantasy called "Stealing the Elf-King's Roses". All are stellar reads. Oh, and if you have an eReader (nook, kindle, kobo, for example) they are all available in e-formats.
Anything by Rick Riordan he does a lot on magic, Greek or Roman gods, and Egyptian gods. The Kane Chronicles is my favorite. Also anything by Orson Scott Card he does science fiction. Pathfinder is a pretty good science fictiony book. And the Ender's Game series.
There's also the trilogy by Kristen Cashore,idk the name of the trilogy itself but the books are Fire, Graceling, and Bitterblue(read in that order). I've read them all and I loved them. There's also the Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini, which I thought were all fantastic.
how about tigers curse series it has 4 books to it right now but the next book is coming out next year it is by colleen houck it is the best series ive ever read it is fantasy romance with a little comedy and mystery there's a lot of action too.
Left Behind Series...I never liked to read until I began reading the Left Behind Series I believe there are 19 or 20 series out now the last one I read was Revelation. This is a non-fiction christian series in story form very informative and once youve started the first book you'll have a hard time putting the book down, and at the end of one book you'll be very anxious to continue to the next series to see what happens to the characters.
Demonata(author of cirque du freak, very graphic) , the chronicles of Vladimir Todd(vampier books) , matched(alternate reality kinda a love story), DN angel(anime theif angel curse), those are all very different books try them all(: -CH
Maximum ride series by James Patterson; hush hush series by Becca Fitzpatrick; Seven deadly sins by Robin Wasserman;The Percy Jackson series and than the Heroes of Olympus by Rick Riordan ( young teen) you could also read the Daniel X series; Witch and Wizard series;or the confessions of a murder suspect by James Patterson
Percy Jackson & the Olympians, by Rick Riordan, The Heroes of Olympus, by Rick Riordan, The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare, and The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flannel, by Michael Scott, are a few of my favourites.
The SWEEP series. Its a wiccan series...about five books in the series..and even if you are uncomfortable about the subject matter the book comes from all different points of view on the subject. they are fiction and the author is Cate Tiernan
the spider wick chronicles, the chronicles of Narnia... also the 39 clues might look like childrens' books but theyre actually quite interesting... theres about 13 books of the 39 clues series.. read them all theyre amazing (make sure to read them in order though)
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