For teenagers/young adults what are some good fantasy book series to read?

I like werewolves and vampires best but im into anything. I've read these series: House of Night, Vampire Academy, The Mortal Instruments, Vampire Diaries(total let-down),and Twilight, in the past two weeks and now im hooked. Any suggestions? Some more lycan(werewolf) books would be great, but like I said, I'm up for anything.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins: Set in the future in a country that requires two kids from each of its twelve districts to be sent into an arena to compete in the Hunger Games. To lose is to die

    Peeps by Scott Westerfeld: a vampire story, but not. Vampirism in this book is an STD that turns you into a flesh-eating beast.

    A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray: Gemma is sent to a boarding school after her mother's death where she learns about a very dark and dangerous power that she has.

    Beastly by Alex Flinn: a modern day Beauty and the Best with a twist.

    The Mediator by Meg Cabot: Suze is a girl who can see ghosts and consequently falls in love with the very hot one living in her bedroom. Hilarious and sarcastic at the same time as being dark.

    Sucks to be Me by Kimberly Pauley: Mina is forced to make the decision on whether or not she wants to become a vamp like her parents or not.

    You Are So Undead to Me by Stacie Jay: Megan Berry is a high school student who can communicate with the Undead.

    Thicker than Water by Karla Jablonski:makes seventeen-year-old Kia feel out of place everywhere until she is drawn into the goth-vampire club scene.

    Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side by Beth Fantasky: Jessica learns that she is descended from a royal line of Romanian vampires and that she is betrothed to a vampire prince.

    Uglies by Scott Westerfeld:In Tally's world, a 16th birthday brings an operation, transforming one from a repellent Ugly to an attractive Pretty. Turning Pretty is all Tally has ever wanted. Her friend Shay would rather risk life on the outside. When Shay runs away, Tally must make a terrible choice.

    Bloodline by Kate Cary: It's been 35 years since the demise of Dracula but he is survived by his bloodline.

    The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryans: Mary lives in supposedly the only town left in the world, surrounded by the bloodthirsty undead.

    Unwind by Neal Susterman: In a future world where those between the ages of thirteen and eighteen can have their lives "unwound" and their body parts harvested for use by others. Three teens run away to save their lives.

    The Pact by Jodi Picoult: Story of two families after Emily commits suicide and Chris is charged for her murder.

    What Happened to Cass McBride by Gails Giles: After his younger brother commits suicide, Kyle Kirby decides to exact revenge on the person he holds responsible and he burries Cass McrBride alive.

    13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher: Hannah left her suicide notes on a tape and sends them to the thirteen people who were responsible for her death.

    Maximum Ride by James Patterson: Six mutant birdkids run from the scientists who created them as they try to figure out who they are.

    Cirque Du Freak by Darren Shan: Darren is turned into a vampire with a twist.

    The Vampire Diaries by LJ Smith: Elena was the most popular girl in school, the most beautiful, the type of girl that could get any boy. Until Stephen came along. Everything changed after that, as he dragged her into a world where she didn't understand anything.

    Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause: Sixteen-year-old Vivian Gandillon werewolf falls in love with a human boy.

    Blue Bloods by Melissa De La Cruz: Schuyler Van Alen begins to doubt reality she starts to crave raw food and is having flashbacks to ancient times.

    Saving Juliet by Suzanne Sulfer: Seventeen-year-old Mimi Wallingford's is transported to ancient Verona where she tries to give Juliet a happy ending.

    Among the Hidden by Margaret Peterson Haddix: In a future where only two children are allowed per family, Luke has lived all his twelve years in isolation.

    The Giver by Lois Lowery: Given his lifetime assignment at the Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas becomes the receiver of memories and learns the secrets of his world.

    Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schrieber: Raven is curious when a weird family who everyone says are vampires moves into the town's old mansion.

    Eternal by Cythia Leitich Smith: When Miranda's guardian angel Zachary recklessly saves her from falling into an open grave and dying, the result is that she turns into a vampire.

    The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause: Zoe is wary when, in the dead of night, the beautiful yet frightening Simon comes to her house, yet he is the only one to understand her.

  • 1 decade ago

    Here's a list of books that I liked. Not all are series, and I lean more towards fairies/elves than vampires, but I agree that twilight is really good.

    The Hunter's Moon (and sequels) by OR Melling

    Dragon Slippers (and sequels) by Jessica George

    The Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine

    Inkheart triology by Cornelia Funke

    The Theif Lord by Cornelia Funke

    Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien

    The Pyrdain Chronicles by Loyd Alexander

    The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle

    Anne of Green Gables by L.M.Montgomery

    Eragon (just the first) by Christopher Paloni

    Harry Potter series by JK Rowling

    The Princess Bride by William Goldman

    Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine

    Julie of the Wolves (and sequels) by Jean Craighead George

    Holes by Louis Schafer

    Wayside School books by Louis Schafer

    There's a Boy in the Girl's Bathroom by Louis Schafer

    Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke

    Prisoner of Time by Caroline B. Cooney

    Artimis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer

    The Fairy Rebel by Lynne Reid Banks

  • elzey
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    3 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I personally like the Tomorrow series by John Marsden. It is basically a group of kids forming a resistance force when Australia is invaded. May not be your thing, but I like it.

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