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Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesBooks & Authors · 8 years ago

10 Points - Good Books To Read?

I am 14 and I LOVE books. I have read over hundreds of books some of my favourite series include; The Demonata, Cirque Du Freak, Saga Of Larten Crepsley, Rondo, Deltora Quest and all of Paul Jennings books. I want some mystery/horror/romance books I was thinking of reading the Vampire Diaries but I'm not sure if you guys could list at least 10 series of books I will give you 10 points.

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  • 8 years ago
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    1.) Night watch series (4 parts)

    Night Watch

    Day Watch

    Twilight Watch

    Last Watch

    By some Russian dude

    2.) The vampire chronicles (10 parts)

    Interview with the Vampire

    The Vampire Lestat

    Queen of the Dammed

    Tale of the Body Thief

    Memnoch the Devil

    The Vampire Armand

    (After this read the first 3 witches chronicles books cause they blend together)


    Bold and Gold

    Blackwood Farm

    Blood Canticle

    3.) The witches chronicles (5 parts)

    The Witching Hour



    (Same 3 as above)


    Blackwood Farm

    Blood Canticles

    4.) The Strain series

    The Strain

    The Fall

    The Night Eternal

    5.) The circle series





    6.) Dexter series

    Darkly Dreaming Dexter

    Dearly Devoted Dexter

    Dexter in the Dark

    Dexter by Design

    Dexter is Delicious

    Double Dexter

    7.) Sin City

    The Hard Goodbye

    A Dame to Kill For

    The Big Fat Kill

    That Yellow Bastard

    Family Values

    Booze, Broads, and Bullets

    Hell and Back

    8.) Ambergris series (what I call it)

    City of Saints and Madmen

    Shriek: An Aftermath


    9.) Neuromancer series


    Count Zero

    Mona Lisa Overdrive

    10.) Discworld series

    The Color of Magic

    The Light Fantastic

    Equal Rites



    Wyrd Sisters


    Guards! Guards!


    Moving Pictures

    Reaper Man

    Witches Abroad

    Small Gods

    Lords and Ladies

    Men at Arms

    Soul Music

    Interesting Times


    Feet of Clay



    The Last Continent

    Carpe Jugulum

    The Fifth Elephant

    The Truth

    Thief of Time

    The Last Hero

    The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents

    Night Watch

    The Wee Free Men

    Monstrous Regiment

    A Hat Full of Sky

    Going Postal



    Making Money

    Unseen Academicals

    I Shall Wear Midnight


    (Still writing more)

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Vampire Academy Series

    The Secret Circle series

    The Vampire Diaries series

    Harry Potter series

    The Mortal Instrument Series

    The Uglies series

    The Loreon Legacies series (i think thats how its spelled)

    Inheritance series

    Warriors series

    The hunger games series

    Percy Jackson series

    Source(s): read all the books series i listed and i read cirque du freak and deltora quest
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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    A Scary Good Book is indeed scary (but not too scary), but it isn't good. It's GREAT! The first chapter pulls you in as Hannah discovers that someone has written clues in a library book. Hannah and her friend Ollie team up to solve the mystery, so this well written book can be enjoyed equally by boys and girls. Their friendship is very sweet and realistic. The mystery unfolds at a great pace - very suspenseful with a touch of creepy. I read this in two sittings because I HAD to find out what happened next. The ending even brought tears to my eyes. Excellent book geared towards ages 9-14, but can be enjoyed by 8 through adult. I can picture this story on the Disney channel one day.

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  • b97st
    Lv 7
    8 years ago

    Divergent by Veronica Roth

    Enclave by Ann Aguirre

    Matched by Ally Condie

    Birthmarked by Caragh O'Brien

    Inside Out by Maria V Snyder

    The Knife of Never Letting Go Patrick Ness

    Legend by Marie Lu

    Gone by Michael Grant

    Uglies by Scott Westerfield

    The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare

    Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

    The Giver by Lois Lowry

    Delirium by Lauren Oliver

    The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan

    The Declaration by Gemma Malley

    XVI by Julia Carr

    The Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughton

    Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman

    The Unit by Ninni Holmqvist

    Runner by William Dietz

    Battle Royale by Koushun Takami

    Seed by Rob Ziegler

    Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer

    Seed by Rob Ziegler

    Variant by Robison Wells

    Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi

    Feed by M.T. Anderson

    The Bar Code Tattoo by Suzanne Weyn

    Little Brother by Cory Doctorow

    The Chrysalids by John Wyndham

    Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi

    Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

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  • 8 years ago

    1.Miss peregrine's home for peculiar children - a really nice mystery and a little bit creepy story

    2.Hunger games!

    3.Perks of being a wallflower

    4.Circle of Secrets

    5.Pretty little liars series is nice

    that's all i could think of sorry.... i think vampire diaries would be nice to read. Oh and i really recommend miss peregrine's home for peculiar children

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  • 8 years ago

    Abhoresen series by Garth Nix The first book is about a brave girl who can see and control (to a degree) death and the dead. She goes into a kingdom that has been sealed off from a world that is basically our own. There she meets a handsome boy and a talking cat who isn't really a cat. And, more importantly, she learns about herself.

    Mortal Engines seriesBy Philip Reeves. Mortal engines are based in a dystopian future and star a young man whose family are killed, and a violent, bitter girl whose face is heavily scarred. The boy isn't a 'bad boy' he is very nice and kind. The girl is the 'bad ***' one.

    Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling

    Mister Monday series

    Tales of the Slayer series

    Death note (manga series, but it's a decent read, not full of nonsense)

    Watchmen (graphic novel)

    13 reasons why? By Jay Asher. A girl commits suicide. A couple of weeks later, her friend receives 13 tapes by the girl explaining why she killed herself. There are 13 people who were to blame. And this person is one of them.

    The Rose and the Ring by William Mackpeace Thackery. This story is a (silly but fun) fairytale. A Princess is born and given a ring that will always make her seem beautiful. A Prince is madly in love with her. However, she chooses another man who has a rose to makes him seem handsome. They are somewhat awful, shallow people. However, there is the genuinely pretty and very kind servant of the Princess. However, there is even more to her than what meets the eye... And there are lessons and true love in store for everyone.

    The Monk by Matthew Lewis. There is a monk who is a good man. His one fault is that he is arrogant. Slowly, this one fault is used against him and he falls completly from grace. The book caused shock and outrage when it was first released, and Lewis never wrote another novel after it. t has murder, rape, incest, imprisonment and lots of sexual and religious themes.

    'The Undrowned Child' by Michelle Lauric. It has quite a bit of 'supernatural' elements. It is based in Venice and it stars two children trying to save the city from an angry, powerful spirit. It's sort of like a mystery and supernatural story. It's her first novel and it has received good critical reviews from critics so far.

    'City of Beasts' by Isabel Allende.The main character is a normal fifteen year old boy who has to spend a summer with his crazy aunt. She works for the national geographic and is travelling to south America. Anyway, she takes him with her, and he meets all these people (natives and other travellers,) and they get entangled in this amazing adventure. The supernatural elements are more 'mystical' in this. It's a cool story though, I really recommend it.

    Carmilla by La Fanu

    It's a story older than Dracula. It is about a young woman who lives alone with her father. There is an accident on the road and a carriage is overturned. A beautiful girl in the carriage is found injured. The daughter and father agree to look after her. Romantic undertones.

    Dream Spinner.

    By Bonnie Dobkin. This is about a young girl and her friends, all of whom are dissatisfied with their lives (due to bullying and feelings of inadequacy.) They end up in this 'benevolent' mans house who offers them a dream world...and it goes from there.

    Daz 4 Zoe.

    I can't remember the author's name, but the story is based in the near future. In the future, people are split into two groups, the rich (called 'Subbies' in slang) and the poor (called 'chippies.') These two groups distrust and resent each other, and are sealed away from one another. However, a young, posh girl called Zoe ends up meeting a Chippie called Daz. Despite being in different classes, they end up falling in love. And it goes from there...

    Vampire Chronicles (starting with 'Interview with a vampire') by Anne Rice

    Source(s): Also, just about anything by Terry Pratchett is really good, I reccommend 'A Hat full of Sky.'
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  • 8 years ago

    Have you read da Harry Potter series? u rly shud!

    I also like Wuthering Heights and Jaqueline Wilson's books.

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  • 8 years ago

    Have you read Harry Potter? Because if you haven't, you really should!

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