the hunger games trilogy. or if you want super boring, Twilight. I read the 1st half of book one, it was so boring I barely remember it by now. the hunger games, I've read the 3 books, uhh, like 5 times within the past 3 weeks, so yeah.
Really depends on your desire. Classics are just that, but old. "Top Sellers" , advertised in ebook libraries, may be to your liking, or you could ask a librarian or book store dealer; however, they may be monitarily inclined.
Wow, where to start. The divergent series, Maximum Ride, Daniel X, Harry Potter, Nightshade, Beautiful Creatures, NOT Twilight, any Ted Dekker books, I would suggest House or Boneman's Daughters, most stuff by James Patterson, depending on your age, Bad Girls Don't Die (if your a guy, its not as girly as it sounds), Eragon, The Hobbit, Les Miserables (long but AMAZING), The Mortal Instruments, Jerk,California (that's not two books, the book is called jerk, California), Rebel, Speak, and there's tons more I could list...
The Lord of the Rings series (start with The Hobbit), Harry Potter series, The Hunger Games series, The Wind in the Willows, A song of Ice and Fire series, A Million Little Pieces, and Ozzy Osbourne's Autobiography. :)
Maximum Ride, Witch and Wizard, and Daniel X series by James Patterson. Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Heroes of Olympus, and Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan. Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini. Artemis Fowl Series by Eoin Colfer. Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead.