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? asked in Arts & HumanitiesBooks & Authors · 1 decade ago


Okay, so i'm online shopping right now for books. I want some goood suggestions from you guys on what I should read.

I'm not really picky in books, so just tell me your favorites. Can you please explain to me what they're about a little bit? That would be great.

I'm also a sucker for a good romance novel, too (: Not one that is trashy though, haha.

I already have these two books that i'm going to buy. If you've read them can you tell me if you liked them?

-This Is Where I Leave You - Jonothan Tropper

-One Day- David Nicholls

7 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Shiver -maggie stiefvater

    Nothing-robin friedman

    The thief lord-cornelia funke

    Emma-Kaoru Mori

    Night world by L.J smith


    Harry potter

    Speak- laurie halse anderson

    These are the ones of the top of my head.I have read over a 1000+ books in my life so its a little diifficult to remember them all.These are my recent favourites

    Source(s): 15 yrs old
  • 1 decade ago

    Anna Karenina- Not a typical love story. A married woman has an affair...

    The Shadow of the Wind- A young boy looks for the author of his favorite book

    Exodus- About the formation of Israel in 1948

    The Fountainhead- An architect goes against society

    A Wrinkle In Time- Good for both children and adults:) the only sci-fi I've ever liked!

    Fieldwork- A journalist investigates an anthropologist imprisoned in Thailand

  • 1 decade ago

    Maximum Ride - James Patterson

    Coldheart Canyon - Clive Barker

    Salem's Lot - Stephen King

    Lord of the Rings - JRR Tolkien

    Carrion Comfort - Dan Simmons

    James Lee Burke novels

    Point of Impact - Stephen Hunter

    Elizabeth George novels

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Oh boy! Read Clan of the Cave Bear!!!! I've read a lot of books, but this is the best. I cried so many times...and laughed so hard...and once my heart was even pounding! There are 5 books, and each about 700 pages long and thick. Took me 3 weeks to finish them all, and that was this summer. I read all day and all night, and barley ate! This book takes place 35,000 years ago, caveman times. Its a bestseller, and just read about it on Amazon. Please read! Oh, and thiers not a love story till the end of the second book, but you won't care. Then it gos on though the oter 3.

  • Cait
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    If you are interested in a fantasy adventure that starts with a war and ends with a little bit of romance, then you might want to check out Crown Duel by Sherwood Smith. It is probably my favorite book overall. The premise is that after her father dies, Meliara and her brother have to go to war against someone who is trying to break a covenant. Once the war is over, a new level of war involving fans, fancy ball gowns, and carefully formed court alliances begins.

    Source(s): read it several times
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

    Girl gets a few chances to see her mistakes before she dies. I cried throughout it.

  • 1 decade ago


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