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I'm 13 and have a pretty high reading level so most books are fine. I've read the hunger games and divergent and most of the popular ones. I have a few stacked on my bookshelf that I want to read but I haven't been in the mood for those. Any ideas? :3

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If you like those books you will love Battle Royale since it's probably suited to a more mature mind. I'm an HG fan, but I must admit that Battle Royale was a lot better! Buy the book, it's worth it! (Also thirteen)

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okay thanks I'll check em out
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Have you read the Harry Potter series? The Abandon trilogy? The Kissed by an Angel series? They're all amazing reads.

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I'll look into those. I read I think 3 of the Harry potter books but they soon started to blend together and now I can't tell one books events from the next.
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Things start to change a lot after The Goblet of Fire.
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The Alex Rider series isn't too bad either- but trying to find all of the books in order may be a bit of a struggle.

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The Harry Potter books, The Bartimaeus Trilogy, Inkheart Trilogy, Percy Jackson series, and The Lord of the Rings, Chronicles of Narnia. To name a few...

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Check out the Wind Singer trilogy :) I really enjoyed it when I was 13. It is a fantasy story, but it contains quite a few highly philosophical concepts (don't worry, it's not too confusing, but a good challenge). I still read the books from time to time because it really changed me as a young person and helped me decide what kind of person I wanted to grow up to be :) Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

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why thank you! it must be a pretty good book. I'm sure I can handle it, I love to read :3
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Diversify and read A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking. Supposed to be as nonfictional as you can get. . . It's a good idea to balance fiction with nonfiction.

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Jim Butcher's Harry Dresden books. Cool ,funny.

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I know that you have read popular books but have your read "The Fault in our Stars" by John Green? I just finished it! It's AMAZING everyone I know is reading it! Hope I was help to you :)

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nope, what's in involve?
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It's about this girl who has cancer and in this little cancer group her mom makes her go to she meets this guy (cancer surviver) and they fall in love and go on adventures. And I don't wanna give away the ending but dnakxjwjxbbsskixjdns I died lol
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lol well it sounds decent, I'll look into it
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Awesome :)
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Intensity. Good book.

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Ann Frank diary( Order online)

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Try a few "Public Domain" books. Those are so old and classic, they're free and usually available anywhere, like "Gutenburg.com"

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Have you read Stephen King books?

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I tried the beginning of one like 2 years ago and didnt catch on to it but now I think I could, maybe I'll try em
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