The midnighters series is a DEFINITE must. Behind the Uglies series, they are my favorite books of all time and will always be in my collection.
Maximum Ride-- This is also a must. And I don't have many musts! Trust me...this series is good...
Blue is for nightmares- I liked this book a whole lot at the beginning and enjoyed the first book fairly well. As the series went on, I found the plot getting very predictable and for the last book, After the first few chapters, I knew exactly what was going to happen and didnt even bother reading it because it was just so predictable. Though, they are not tied in a way that you have to read all the books to finish the story. I would consider buying the first book.
Wicked Lovely- The sales woman at Borders HIGHLY recommended this book and I actually had a really nice conversation with her about the books I like and it turned out we liked the same things, so I figured this would be good. It had a great concept and everything...but I found myself struggling to finish it. It started out pretty good though. Though...some fantasy books just dont tickle my fancy. (haha thats a funny expression) A lot of people loved it though so don't trust my opinion on this one.
Paper Towns - this one...I just finished reading last week. I ABSOLUTELY had to have this because the author, in case you dont already know, has all these videos on youtube and on his site that he and his brother do called the Vlog Brothers that just made me...fall in love with him. So I had to get it. It was a funny read and I'm glad I read it, but I think the plot lacked. It felt like page after page after page was just the same thing. I would tell you what the "same thing" is but that would give away an important part.
Those are the only ones I've read from your list. Though, after I read the mountain of books I have left to read, plus the small mountain of books I have to REREAD because I stopped halfway years ago...I am going to get some of the books on your list. I'm definately getting The Forest of Hands and Teeth and Beastly. I'll give you my current wishlist for some books you might like to add to your enormous list. We seem like we have really similar taste.
Unwind - Neal Shusterman
The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins. (If you havent already read this, its supposed to really really good. The second book comes out September 1st)
Wake - Lisa Mcmann
The book thief - Markus Zusak
Wolf at the Table - Augusten Burroughs
Green Angel - Alice Hoffman
Tuck Everlasting - Natalie Babbitt
Me talk pretty one day - David Sedaris
Magician's Nephew (Chronicles of Narnia Series #1) - C.S. Lewis
Death - George Pendal
Killing Brittany - Sean Olin
A certain Slant of Light - Laura Whitcomb
Odd Thomas - Dean Koontz
Driving with dead people - monica holloway
Some books I HAVE read and recommend are:
A series of unfortunate events - lemony snicket (I know that no matter how old I get, this series will never feel too childish) really recommend it
The keys to the kingdom series - Garth nix
Thirteen reasons why - Jay Asher.
Whoo that was super long! So anyway, I hope this help. Seriously. This took me like forty minutes haha. :) I'll definitely be checking out some of the books on your list.