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Does anyone know of any good, thick books a teen would like?

I have read every Twilight book more than 5 times, the Vampire Diaries, Teen Idol, Perfect, Kiki Strike, All American Girl, Ready or Not: An All American Girl Novel, Perfect, etc.

I am out of books to read. I am grounded, and looking for some good books to read. I am almost done with Coraline, and I am reading a book called Skinned also. I am grounded for a month, and both books will be done before the end of the week.

Does anyone have any good books that they have read? I am into science fiction, vampires, werewolves, romance, mystery, and maybe just a little drama. If you can help me, that would be GREAT!

I am a very fast reader, I can read a 500 page book in less then 2 days, so please leave many suggestions.

P.S. I do NOT want anyone saying i should read Harry Potter. I think those books are pointless beyond reason.

Update:

some of my favorite authors are Scott Westerfeld, Meg Cabot, and Stephanie Meyer

Update 2:

I have also read The Host by Stephanie Meyer, all 4 of the Uglies books by Scott Westerfeld, and Peeps/The Last Days by Scott Westerfeld

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Meg Cabot:

    Airhead.

    Avalon High 1, 2 and 3.

    The Mediator series

    The 1-800 series

    How To Be Popular

    Jinx

    Nicola and The Viscount

    Victoria and the Rogue

    The Queen of Babble series

    The Boy series

    Laura Ruby:

    Good Girls

    Sarah Dessen:

    Lock and Key

    Keeping the Moon

    Someone Like You

    The Truth About Forever

    This Lullaby

    That Summer

    Dreamland

    Carolyn Mackler:

    Vegan Virgin Valentine

    The Earth My Butt and Other Big Round Things

    Love and Other 4 Letter Words

    Guyaholic

    e Lockhart

    The Boyfriend List

    The Boy Book

    Fly on The Wall

    The disreputable History of Frankie Landau Banks

    John Green:

    Looking For Alaska

    An Abundance of Katherine's

    Paper Towns

    Let it snow

    Melissa Marr:

    Wicked Lovely

    Ink Exchange

    Melissa De La Cruz:

    Fresh Off the Boat

    Blue Bloods

    Angels on Sunset Boulevard

    The Au Pairs series

    Melissa Kantor:

    If I have a Wicked Stepmother, Where's my Prince?

    Not IT girl

    The Break-up Bible

    Maureen Johnson:

    Suite Scarlett

    Devilish

    The Key To the Golden Firebird

    13 Little Blue Envelopes

    The Bermudez Triangle

    Girl At Sea

    Let it snow

    Davida Wills Hurwin:

    Circle the Soul Softly

    Dandi Daley Mackall:

    Eva Underground

    Crazy In Love

    Lauren Myracle:

    ttyl

    ttfn

    l8r g8r

    Rhymes With Witches

    Let It snow

    Sarah Mlynowski:

    The Bra's and Broomsticks series

    As Seen On T.V

    Monkey Business

    Me VS Me

    Milk Run

    Fishbowl

    Sophie Kinsella:

    Can You Keep A Secret?

    Remember Me?

    The Shopaholic series

    Ann Brashares:

    The Sisterhood Of the Traveling Pants series

    The Last Summer (of you and me)

    Libba Bray:

    A Great and Terrible Beauty

    Rebel Angels

    The Sweet Far Thing

    Zoey Dean:

    The A-list Novels

    How To Teach Filthy Rich Girls

    Kate Brian:

    Lucky T

    The V Club

    Princess and the Pauper

    The Private series

    Sweet 16

    Megan Meade's guide to the McGowan boys

    Cecil Castellucci:

    Beige

    Queen of Cool

    Boy Proof

    Gabrielle Zevin:

    The Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac

    Elsewhere

    P.C Cast and Kirstin Cast:

    Marked

    Betrayed

    Chosen

    Untamed

    Hunted ( being released March 10 2009)

    You can find out more on these books at:

    http://www.megcabot.com/

    http://www.sarahdessen.com/

    http://www.laurenmyracle.com/

    http://www.sarahmlynowski.com/

    http://www.melissakantor.com/

    http://www.carolynmackler.com/

    http://www.natashafriend.com/

    http://www.sophiekinsella.com/

    http://www.melissa-delacruz.com/

    Those are all really good. I love reading too :) I hope this helps.

  • 1 decade ago

    Kate Brian books are good.

    -The Lucky T

    -The Virginity Club

    -Fake Boyfriend

    -The Private Series

    Cecily von Zeigsar

    -Gossip Girl & Gossip Girl : The Carlyes

    -The It Girl

    Zoey Dean

    -The A-List & The A-List : Hollywood Royalty

    Lisi Harrison

    -The Clique

    Ellen Hopkins (Anything by her!)

    -Crank & Glass

    -Burned

    -Impulse

    -Identical

    Rachel Maude

    -Poseur

    Sarah Dessen (Anything by her!)

    -That Summer

    -Someone Like You

    -Keeping the Moon

    -Dreamland

    -This Lullaby

    -How to Deal

    -The Truth About Forever

    -Just Listen

    -Lock and Key

    -Along for the Ride

    Books I've Read Recently (They're all good in my opinion!)

    13 Little Blue Envelopes - Maureen Johnson

    Blue is for Nightmares - Laurie Faria Stolarz

    White is for Magic

    Silver is for Secrets

    Red is for Remembrance

    Seventeenth Summer (This book is OLD) - Maureen Daly

    Source(s): I've read ever single one of these books ...
  • 1 decade ago

    Here are some, in no particular order:

    -Wicked Lovely and Ink Exchange by Melissa Marr

    -Dresden Files (series) by Jim Butcher

    -Mediator (series) by Meg Cabot (you've probably read this already)

    -Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card

    -Interview with a Vampire by Anne Rice (I think)

    -Nightwatch (though I'm not sure how good the translation is)

    -Moon Called by Patricia Briggs (first book in a series)

    -Sabriel by Garth Nix

    -Uglies or Peeps by Scott Westerfield

  • 1 decade ago

    I'm totally obsessed with Twilight to!!!!!!!!

    If you like Sci-fi then the Host by Stephenie Meyer. The story is about a alien who is inserted in to another person's body. It has a love story in it also. If you liked Twilight then I can guarantee you'llll like this story.

    Pride and Prejudiced by Jane Austen is really great. It is a classic love story that keeps you from putting the book down.

    Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins This book has action and romance in it. It is the first book of a series the next one comes out in August. If you read it you can't put it down. It's a survival of the fittest story.

    Graceling by Kristen Cashore This is a fantasy story about a girl warrior. It has a lot of action and another plus is that it has a great love story in it also.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Dangerous Girls by R.L Stine (the sequel is A Taste of Night)

    they r bout girls who turn into vampires and stuff...i really enjoyed them but they r not that long though around 250-300 pgs

    also the midnighters series by scott westerfield were good aswell

    P.S: twilight roxx!! i've read them all bout 5 times aswell and im still going =p

  • 1 decade ago

    If you have a lot of time to invest in reading, I would suggest you read something with actual content and literary value.Sci fi/fantasy novels are great (I mean that. It is my favorite genre), but with so much time, you could really get into an amazing piece of literature. For a teen reader I would highly suggest East of Eden by John Steinbeck. It is real literature, but also very engaging and interesting.

    Happy reading!

  • 1 decade ago

    The Hero and the Crown by Robin McKinley

    Labyrinth by Kate Mosse

    The Stand by Stephen King

  • 1 decade ago

    Try:

    Beauty by Robin Mckinley

    Inkeheart by Cornelia Funke

    The Supernaturalist by Eoin Colfer

    The Clique Series by Lisi Harrison (it has more than 5 books now)

    Source(s): i'm a bookaholic (& a book seller)
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Bram Stokers Dracula, classic, The Phantom by Susan Kay, The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux, umm let me think of more.

  • 1 decade ago

    Zoe's Tale by John Scalzi might be perfect for you.

    It's a science fiction coming of age story

    If you're into heavy fantasy, you might also think about Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson.

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