books to read
im looking for new books to read i read the way people eat and sleep and breath and im always looking for a good adventure
The Lioness Quartet by Tamora Pierce
The Wild Magic Quartet by Tamora Pierce
ANYTHING by Tamora Pierce
Harry Potter (Go Ravenclaw!)
Artemis Fowl series
The Last Apprentice series
The Ranger's Apprentice series
Twilight quartet (much better than the movies!)
The Host by Stephanie Meyer
or just go to the library, go to the fantasy section, and close your eyes, while saying, "Eeny,meany, miney, moe, I pick YOU
Nancy drew, the case of twin teddy bears
Peter and the secret of rundown
Da vinci code
The History of Love - Nicole Krauss
Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown
Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov
are on my list. I also want to read something of H P Lovecraft and for that I use youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqIxCqayQok&list=WL42D123BD6A63E5CE
If you're a more advanced reader, like 20+ or just really smart, Frank Herbert's DUNE series is really great, as well as books by Dan Simmons like the Hyperion series.
Here are three more books you can checkout.
Modelland by Tyra Banks (reading now and loving it)
Private Berlin by Patterson James
World War Z : an oral history of the zombie war by Brooks, Max (read just for kicks)
I love Anne Rice- Pandora is a particular favorite.
I am actually loving the Beautiful Creatures Series.
Vintage books written the 40's and 50's I have a Bernard DeVoto on my shelf waiting for me.
I am really into fiction. Intense fiction.
The Mortal Instruments series + Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare are my favorite.
Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick
Tithe by Holly Black
Blue Bloods series by Melissa de la Cruz
William Sleator's books
thank you for all those awesome choices
I'm currently reading the Shatter me series by Tahereh Mafi, she has a very different writing style but I love it, I almost can't put the books away.
If you like books that can be read just as a story, but also have a deeper meaning, for example criticism on modern society,religion and stuff, try His dark materials by Philip pullmann, or the Gone series by michael grant (pullmann is more 'adult' literature than grant)
I would definitely suggest the Percy Jackson and Hero's of Olympus series! Percy Jackson is geared more towards pre-teen/younger teens (they're still great though!) But Hero's of Olympus starts to get a lot more mature and intense.
the 'Wheel of time' series by Robert Jordan
There are 14 books, the last 'A memory of Light' was recently published.
Oh, and something I just thought of, if you like creepy sci-fi books, read Left Behind!
I just finished russel brand's booky wook. And booky wook 2. And I really liked them both.
I've got a few on list of things to read shelf - The Book of Dave by Will Self, Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow and My Latest Grievance by Elinor Lipman. I love Goodreads and have a whole stack of books that I'd like to read saved there http://www.goodreads.com/review/list/2391937-kat-clark?format=html&shelf=to-read
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