what book to read next need a lot of answers thank you?

1 disty city-robert paul weston

#2 looking for alaka - john green

#3 night shade- andera cramer

#4delirium- lauren oliver

#5 the iorn king - julia kagawa

#6 the iorn daughter-julia kagawa

#7 the iorn queen- julia kagawa

#8gacreling- kristin cashore

#9 fire - kristein cashore

#10 shiver- maggie stiefvater

#11 linger-maggie stiefvater

#12 forever- maggie stievater

#13 the replacement- brenda yovanoff

#14 jelicoe road- melina marchetta( currently reading a most done have 141 pages left)

#15 a geat and terrable beauty- libba bray

#16 rebels angels - libba bray

#17 the sweet far thing - libba bray

#18 chosing up sides - john ritter

#19 cut- cathy glass

#20 hanging on to max - margaret bechard

#21 the midwife's confession- diane chamberlain

#22 the last child- john hart

# 23 audrey wait - robin benway

#24shantram-gergory david roberts

#25 child called it - dave pelzer

#26 lost boy- dave pelzer

#27 a man named dave-dave pelzer

#28 help your self- dave pelzer

#29 look again - lisa scottoline

#30 wither- lauren destefano

#31 it's kind of a funny story- ned vizzini

#33where the heart is -billie letts

#34 the iorn witch- karen mchoney

#35define normal- julie anne peters

#36 the baby merchant-kit reed

#37gost girl- torey hayden

#38 the appeal- john grisham

#39 the innocent man- john grisham

#40 a million little pieces- james frey

#41 i am my mother's daughter- iris krasnow

#42 girl interrupted - susanna kaysen

#43 bad girls don't die - kaite alander

#44 the sound of one hand clapping- richard flanagan

#45 perfect chemisty- simone elkeles

#46inside out- maria v snyder

#47multiple blessings- jon and katie gosselin and beth carson

#48 i just want you to know - katie gosselin

#50 revolution - jennifer donnelly

#51 die for me - amy plum

#52 zane's trace -allan wolf

#53 whatever mother says- wensley clarkson

#54 to kill a mockingbaird -haper lee

#55 the tale of despereaux- kate dicamillo

#56 the goddess test - aimee carter

#57never far form home- mary ellis

#58 a different life- quinn bradlee

#59 bottle up -jaye murray

#60 impulse ellein hopkins

#61 plan song- kent haraf

#62 city of bones- cassandra claire

#63 city of ashes- cassandra claire

#64 the protable therapist -susanna mcmahon

#65 the stork's suprise- carolyn greene

#66 90 mintutes in heaven - don pipper

#67 exteremely loud and incredibly close- johnathan safran foer

#68 into the wild - jon karakuer

#69 family tree- barbara delinsky

# 70 keeping women and children last -ruth sidel

#71the kite runner- khaled hosseini

#72 the glass castle - jeannette walls

#73 the absolutely ture diary of a part time indian- sherman alexie

#74 prohecy of the sisters - michelle zink

#75 night runner- max turner

#76 toucing sprit bear- ben mikaelsen

#77north of beautiful - justina chen headley

#78 impossable- nancy werlin

#79 wintergirls- laurie halse anderson

#80 chinese cinderlla - adeline yen mah

#81 hit and run- lurene mcdaiel

#82 the lovely bones- alice sebold

#83 plum spooky- janet evanovich

#84 exit here- jason myers

#85 the living unknown solder- jean yoves la naour

#86 undoing depression-richard o conner

#87 the time travels wife- addrey niffengger

#88 water for elephants - sara gruen

#89 the last song- nicholas sparks

#90 cryer cross- lisa mcmann

#91 they poured fire on us form the sky- benson deng alephonsion beng benjamin ajack

#92marked- pc and kristin cast

#93 notes left behind 135 days with elana- brooke and keith desserich

#94 dewey-vicki myron

#95 my sister's keepr-jodi picoult

#96 pregnant pause- han nolan

#97 unberable lightness- portia de rossi

#98 miss peregrine's home for pegular childern - ransom riggs

#99 the unbecoming of mara dyer- michelle hodkin

books that i have read

#1 cutting - steven levenkron

#2 running with scissors-augsten burroughs

#3 come back- mia and claire frontaine

#4living dead girl- elizabeth scott

#5 thirteen reasons why - jay asher

#6 get well soon- julie halpern

#7 scars- cheryl rainfield

#8crash into me- albert borris

#9 the cookie club- ann pearlman

#10 willow- jula hoban

#11 before i fall- lauren oliver

#12 room- emma donoghue

#13 after- amy efaw

#14 the book thief - markus zusak

#15 before i die- jenny downham

#16 anna and the french kiss - stephanie perkins

# 17if i stay-gayle forman

#18 where she went -gayle forman

#19 speak- laurie halse anderson

#20 becasue i am furniture - thalia chaltas

for the iorn fey series i am waiting for the 4th book to come out and also for the night shade book waiting to by the second book in the series

Update:

i for got to add i have all of the hunger game series

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Depends how old you are

    I am 13 and City of Bones by Cassandra Clare was really good

    The iron fey series by Julie Kagawa is really good too I just finished the iron knight and it was amazing.

    A great and terrible beauty was okay it was kind of weird for me.

    Fire and Graceling are really good too. But you should read Graceling first then Fire, Fire is a companion Graceling.

    Delirium was okay it wasn't really good but if you do read it and you like it try reading Matched by Allie Condie I didn't really like that one either but you might.

    Divergent by Veronica Roth is really good too the sequel to that is coming out in 2012 I think.

    Wither by Lauren DeStefano was pretty good kind of boring at first but the sequel is called Fever and it comes out 2012

    the Shiver series I have not read but I got The Scorpio Races Today and I will see ifthat book is good, it's by the same author.

    Cryers Cross..... That book wasn't good but like I said before you might like it, I don't like the main character in that one so it depends again.

    A lot of people say Ellen Hopkins is a good author but I'm not really into that kind of troubled teen stuff but it depends.... again.

    Source(s): I read a lot lol hope this helps, it's really long.
  • Abbey
    Lv 7
    8 years ago

    Wow, that's a lot of books! My personal favorites, out of all the ones you listed, are Looking For Alaska, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, and maybe To Kill a Mockingbird. (The third is really good, but I'm madly in love with the other two.) Have fun!

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    The second #14

  • 8 years ago

    Definetly read Graceling and Fire by Kristin Cashore. Very good books and highly recommended. Other than that, read the Iron King, the Iron Daughter, and the Iron Queen, but i think you said you already read that series. Very highly awesome too.

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  • 8 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    I guess it depends what you're in the mood for. I loved "A Boy Named It," "To Kill a Mockingbird," and "The Time Traveller's Wife." I'd highly recommend:

    "100 Years of Solitude" Gabriel Garcia Marquez

    "The Satanic Verses" Salman Rushdie

    "Midnight's Children" Salman Rushdie

    "Atonement" Ian McEwan

    "Blood Brothers" Elias Chacour

    "A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier" Ishmael Beah

    "The Story of my Experiments with Truth" Mohandes Gandhi

    "Brave New World"

    "1984"

    "The Count of Monte Cristo"

    "Les Miserables"

    "Pride and Prejudice" Jane Austen

    "Life of Pi" Yann Martel

    "Notes from the Underground" Fyodor Dostoevsky

    "The Cherry Orchard" Chekhov

    "The Ground Beneath Her Feet" Salman Rushdie

    "A Suitable Boy" Vikram Seth

    "The Moor's Last Sigh" Salman Rushdie

    "Their Eyes Were Watching God" Zora Neale Hurston

    "Empire of the Sun"J.G. Ballard

    "Paradise Lost"

    "The Private Life of Chairman Mao"

    "Life and Death in Shanghai"

    "Red China Blues"

    "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" Douglas Adams

    "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" Maya Angelou

    "The Bluest Eye" Toni Morrison

    "Solaris" Stanislaw Lem

    "Things Fall Apart" Chinua Achebe

    "Cry, the Beloved Country"

    "Family" Ba Jin

    "Crime and Punishment" Fyodor Dostoevsky

    "The Prophet" Khalil Gibran

    "A Modest Proposal" Jonathan Swift

    "The American Crisis" Thomas Paine

    "The Rights of Man" Thomas Paine

    "The Art of War" Sunzi

    "The Analects" Confucius

    "The Tao of Pooh"

    "Walden" Thoreau

    "Siddhartha" Herman Hesse

    "The Prince" Machiavelli

    "Eating Chocolates and Dancing in the Kitchen" by Thomas Plummer

    "Fast Food Nation" Eric Schlosser

    "Rebecca" Daphne De Maurier

    "The God of the Small Things"

    "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"

    "Hungry Ghosts: Mao's Secret Famine"

    "Factory Girls" Leslie Chang

    "Chasing the Monk's Shadow" Mishi Sharan

    "Oracle Bones" Peter Hessler

    "Leaving Mother Lake: A Childhood at the Edge of the World" Yang Erche Namu

    "Three Cups of Tea" Greg Mortensen

    "Diary of a Madman" Lu Xun

    "Diary of a Madman" Nikolai Gogol

    "The Namesake"Jhumpa Lahiri

    "The Hidden Face of Eve" Nawal El Saadawi

    "Sex Trafficking" Siddharth Kara

    "Beirut Nightmares" Ghada al-Samman

    "Cairo Trilogy" Naguib Mahfouz

    "The Days" Taha Hussein

    "I Was Saddam's Son" Latif Yahia

    "Life is More Beautiful than Paradise" Khaled al-Berry

    "Journal of an Ordinary Grief" Mahmoud Darwish

    "A Tale of Love and Darkness" Amos Oz

    "I Saw Ramallah" Mourid Barghouti

    "Woman at Point Zero" Nawal El Saadawi

    "Memoirs from the Women's Prison" Nawal El Saadawi

    "Growing Up Bin Laden"

    "The Pages of Day and Night" Adonis

  • 8 years ago

    My advice?

    I would honestly take this list, print it out, close your eyes, and move your finger up and down the line, and then stop moving your finger and open your eyes. Read the book your finger is on...

  • Leann
    Lv 4
    8 years ago

    2,4,15,16,17,31,33,40,50,54,68,71,89

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