nancy drew . the black stallion . re - reading after many years is good too i . e . 1984 ( if you havent already ) / animal farm ( ditto ) / lord of the flies ( ditto ditto ) . games mother never taught you ( grownups esp. women for business ) / women who love too much / the gentle art of verbal self - defense / drawing on the right side of the brain ( learning art and so much MORE for those that cant do it ) / anything by john wyndham i . e. the chrysalids / the midwich cuckoos / day of the triffids . helter skelter ( charles manson story ) . the day after tomorrow ( not at ALL the same as the movie ) . the hitchhiker ' s guide to the galaxy . lord of the rings / the hobbit . the new ( spicy ) harlequin romances . reader 's digest . the ragged - trousered philanthropists .
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The Chaos Walking trilogy --- Patrick Ness UnWind series --- Neal Shusterman; anything by N. Shusterman is cool Struck By Lightning --- Chris Colfer The Homelanders series --- Andrew Klavan Curse Workers series --- Holly Black Teen Inc. --- Stephen Petrucha Acceleration --- Graham McNamee Poison --- Chris Wooding Singing the Dogstar Blues --- Alison Goodman The Art of Drowning --- Billy Collins; book of poems, but I liked it and I don't even like poetry Darkside --- Tom Becker Feed --- M.T. Anderson Speak --- Laurie Halse Anderson; "Twisted" and "Catalyst" are other books by her Divergent --- Veronica Roth
Mostly sci-fi, some fantasy, a few realistic fiction, considerable thrillers, and a few light degrees of romance. These books have a little bit of everything, except historical fiction.