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What books would you recommend for a Mortal instruments Fan?

I am a total book geek and I feel like I've read them all.

I've also Read:

Twilight (I don't really enjoy the whole vampire thing though)

Strange Angels

Everything Kelly Armstrong

The Hunger games

Evermore

The Chronicles of Nick

The Gone Series

Maximum Ride

The Shamers Daughter

The Percy Jackson Series

And Virals by Tori Brennen

Sooooooo If anyone has any suggestion They'd Be totally appreciated

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    I <3 Mortal Instruments too!! :D Such a pleasure to see another fan :)

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    Matched (#1) and Crossed (#2) [<-COMING SOON, NOVEMBER 1, 2011] by Ally Condie

    Beautiful Creatures (#1), Beautiful Darkness (#2), Beautiful Chaos (#3) [<-COMING SOON, OCTOBER 18, 2011] by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

    The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton

    In The Forests of The Night by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

    Token of Darkness by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

    Paranormalcy (#1) and Supernaturally (#2) [<-COMING SOON, JULY 26, 2011] by Kiersten White

    Intertwined (#1), Unraveled (#2), Twisted (#3) [<-COMING SOON, AUGUST 30, 2011] by Gena Showalter

    Shiver (#1), Linger (#2), Forever (#3) [<-COMING SOON, JULY 12, 2011] by Maggie Stiefvater

    Clockwork Angel (#1), Clockwork Prince (#2) [<-COMING SOON, DECEMBER 6, 2011] (Prequel series to Mortal Instruments) by Cassandra Clare

    City of Bones (#1), City of Ashes (#2), City of Glass (#3), City of Fallen Angels (#4), and City of Lost Souls [<-COMING SOON, MAY 2012] (The Mortal Instruments series) by Cassandra Clare

    Hush Hush (#1), Crescendo (#2), Silence (#3) [<-COMING SOON, OCTOBER 4, 2011] by Becca Fitzpatrick

    Unwind by Neal Shusterman

    13 Days To Midnight by Patrick Carman

    Beastly by Alex Flinn

    Willow by Julia Hoban

    Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

    Nightshade (#1) and Wolfsbane (#2) [<-COMING SOON, JULY 26, 2011!] by Andrea Cremer

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  • 9 years ago

    If you haven't already read it, Clockwork Angel (book 1 of The Infernal Devices, the prequel/companion series to Mortal Instruments). It's got a cool, steampunk Victorian setting. Libba Bray's Gemma Doyle trilogy is a good fantasy series, also with a Victorian setting.

    Ruby Red, Warped, Beautiful Creatures and its sequel Beautiful Darkness, The Warrior Heir (and its sequels), Lament, Wondrous Strange (and its sequels), and The Body Finder are good reads that are sort of similar to the books on your list.

    Some good books with more of a historical/fantasy feel than those on your list: Garth Nix's Abhorsen Trilogy; Crown Duel/Court Duel; anything by Tamora Pierce; The Red Necklace and its sequel The Silver Blade; I, Coriander; Brightly Woven; The Vespertine; Wildwood Dancing; Princess Ben; Entwined; East; The Inheritance Cycle.

    And a couple classics, for good measure: Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, The Great Gatsby, The Catcher in the Rye, 1984, Brave New World, The Good Earth, Watership Down.

    Source(s): Personal favorites
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  • 9 years ago

    The Infernal Devices-same author as mortal instruments

    Red Pyramid by Rick riorden. Egyptian Gods, sort of funny.

    The Night World series by l.j. smith

    Claire De Lune-about a werewolf.

    Sarah Dessen books

    Shiver-first book....Linger-second book

    Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr

    and any books by elizabeth chandler.....all are very good.

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  • 9 years ago

    The Last Apprentice Series

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    3 years ago

    The Southern Vampire Novels AKA "genuine Blood" television seares. Books got here first and are greater suitable, additionally the television coach does not stick to the books. Curently a great fan of Anita Blake Please tell me you study Bram Stokers Dracula, maximum romantic tale ever advised!

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