The Night Watch by Sergei Lukyanenko. It's a Russian supernatural series that deals with the theme of weather the ways of Light are truly good and the ways of Dark are truly evil, and the line that must be drawn in order to protect the world from itself. I just finished it today and really enjoyed it.
I highly recommend Dune and its sequels (At least the first two). If you haven't ever read it, but you managed to see some of the scifi special movies about it then done let them fool you. Books > Movies.
Besides Dune I should probably push any and all Orson Scott Card (Ender's Game was great). OH, and Terry Pratchett.
Pictures of Hollis Woods.
i found it in my garage sale box and had to save it because i never finished in, and i got it at RIF (reading is fundemental) in 5th grade. (im in ninth) its short like 100 pages, but im re-reading it.
I'm sad and I like Books which include agents
The Cherub Series by Robert Muchamore
Starts with The Recrut and The last one (that is out) is Mad Dogs or Sleepwalker, depending on where you live.
Great series about Children agants train on a camp called cherub, going on secret missions and hiding their real identities, Really for any age and so very amazing and after reading them you will SUSPECT EVERYONE! (to be a cherub agent)
I Did ;D
And if you like sad story which want to make you cry so much you evidnetly dehydrate choose My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult