I realise that there's probably already a discussion 'bout this but i'm new to this website as from today and don't really know how to find my way around here yet, and - I need some advice on what i should read next. There are probably more of you who'd also like som suggestions on good books, and people who are reading -or just finished- a really good book they'd like to share with others.
So please, send in your suggestions, or- you can leave a comment telling what kind of book you'd like to read and hopefully get an answer of a book that suits you! :3
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Perks of Being a Wallflower
Will Grayson, Will Grayson
Ender's Game (if you like sci-fi)
If someone is looking for nonfiction, Imagine is really interesting.
Hey, I just googled it - is this the one you're talking about? It sounds kinda interesting, what was it like to read? Would love to read more nonfiction in general and this seems like a pretty interesting start.
Yes, that's the one. My college sent it as summer reading, and I really enjoyed it. It goes into the neuroscience of creativity, as well as stories of successful creative people and companies, and how they are able to foster creativity.
Ok, this list will take a while...
YA Fiction (not including fantasy):
The Hunger Games
The Mortal Instruments
The Infernal Devices
Every John Green book (obviously)
The Maze Runner
Percy Jackson and the Olympians
It's Kind of a Funny Story
The Scorpio Races
The Daughter of Smoke and Bone
Thirteen Reasons Why
The Future of Us
Boy Meets Boy
Other books by David Levathan (not sure if this is spelled correctly)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Chronicles of Nick
I am Number Four (Lorien Lagacies)
The Wild Hunt
A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones)
Chronicles of Narnia
That is all I can think of for now. I hope you enjoy whichever ones you choose! :)
This is a good list :D
13 Reasons Why
Scott Westerfeld Books
Nature of Jade
Beginner's Guide to Living
Five Flavors of Dumb
Graceling Trilogy <- Super good.
I have been meaning to read that! I was going to get it today, but I forgot. :(
It looks amazing!
I'll second Katie's claim... it's an amazing book. I actually checked it out from the library the first time and returned it because I got bored, then I tried again and it was fantastic. A must-read!
The Help by Kathryn Stockett is one of my favorite books.
So not to brag or anything, but I owned all of you with my list. Be jealous! :P
I'd like to add:
I am the Messenger
The name of the Wind
and the Honor Harrington series.
I'm only in middle school so i don't know if anyone would be interested in these books but:
Love, Stargirl-Jerry Spinelli
Eggs- Jerry Spinelli (ok that is the last JS book haha)
Schooled- Gordon Korman
Phantom Tollbooth- Norton Juster
Number the Stars- Lois Lowry
City of Ember- Jeanne DuPrau
The Last Book in the Universe- Rodman Philbrick
Harry Potter series
Hunger Games series
Maximum Ride series
Percy Jackson series
The Book Thief
all John Green books
A Series of Unfortunate Events series
The House of the Scorpion
Song of the Lioness series
Life of Pi
The Secret Life of Bees
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Shadow Children series
A Dog named Christmas
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
Under a War-Torn Sky
Rot & Ruin
Zombies vs. Unicorns
The Last Lecture