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

Book recommendations...?

I like spy novels (Alex Rider, Gallagher Girls)

Superhero novels (Maximum ride, Daniel X)

Dystopian novels (Divergent, Hunger Games)

I hate twilight and really romantic books. I can't read Harry Potter books (My mom's request). And a book with little to no cussing, vulgar phrases and no books with sex.

I'm 14 (almost fifteen😊) and a girl

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  • Spike
    Lv 7
    8 years ago
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    How about ay of these books or series for your next and or future reading.

    The Hunt For Red October by Tom Clancy

    Patriot Games by Tom Clancy

    The Cardinal Of Kremlin by Tom Clancy

    Clear And Present Danger by Tom Clancy

    The Sum Of All Fears by Tom Clancy

    Debt Of Honor by Tom Clancy

    Executive Order by Tom Clancy

    Red Rabbit by Tom Clancy

    Dead Or Alive by Tom Clancy

    Against All Enemies by Tom Clancy

    The October Circle by Robert Littell

    The Sisters by Robert Littell

    The Company: A Novel of the CIA by Robert Littell

    The Brotherhood of the Rose by David Morrell

    The Spy Who Came for Christmas by David Morrell

    The Spy Who Came In From The Cold by John Le Carre

    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy by John Le Carre

    Smiley's People by John Le Carre

    A Perfect Spy by John Le Carre

    The Secret Pilgrim by John Le Carre

    Our Game by John Le Carre

    The Mission Song by John Le Carre

    Young Bond series by Charlie Higson

    The Moneypenny Diaries by Kate Westbrook

    Empire Falls by Richard Russo

    The Sultan of Atlantic City by Lee Rudolph

    Paris in Love by Eloisa James

    2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke

    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

    The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

    His Dark Materials series by Philip Pullman

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Full Black, Brad Thor

    The Devil Colony, James Rollins

    The Fallen Angel, Daniel Silva

    The Cat Who Could Read Backwards, Lilian Braun

    Carry On, Jeeves, P. G. Wodehouse

    Hidden Camera, Zoran Zivkovic

    Alcatraz versus the Evil Librarians, Brandon Sanderson (four)

    Tree Shepherd's Daughter, Gillian Summers (trilogy)

    When You Reach Me, Rebecca Stead

    The Great Divorce, C. S. Lewis

    For Couples Only, Shaunti Feldhahn

    Expecting Adam, Martha Beck

    West with the Night, Beryl Markham

    Bridge to Terabithia, Katherine Paterson

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  • Rose D
    Lv 7
    8 years ago

    For dystopian novels, try the Newsflesh series by Mira Grant and the Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld.

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  • 8 years ago

    Okay, so I'm a huge Batman nerd. So my answer might be biased.

    Have you tried any graphic novels? It sounds stupid, I don't mean "Bone" or the really popular ones like that, I mean the superhero ones. They can be really interesting and have a true meaningful story without being bad or vulgar.

    Hope I helped. Good Luck!

    Source(s): I'm 14 and a girl too. It's my favourite type of novel.
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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Maddigan's Fantistasia! I love that book!

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  • 8 years ago

    Below are some good ones, and free of sex or cursing as far as I remember.

    Across the Universe by Beth Revis - 2011. When 17-year-old Amy joins her parents as frozen cargo on a spaceship, she expects to be thawed 300 years later upon arrival at a new planet. However, her world turns upside down when she is awakened fifty years too early and finds herself embroiled in the mystery surrounding the attempted murders of frozen passengers. Her life endangered by Eldest, the tyrannical leader of the ship's maintenance population, she turns to her only ally: Elder, the young man destined to take Eldest's place as leader. As they solve the mystery together, romance blossoms between Amy and Elder, complicating an already complex situation.

    The Shore of Monsters by David J. Nix – 2011. Five generations earlier, a horde of monsters nearly obliterated humanity. All males are dead or ruined by a monster plague; words like 'father' and 'romance' have lost meaning. When teenager Sky joins an expedition to the shore that falls apart, she must survive amongst the monsters that roam the ruins. She gets unexpected help from a very surprising source. Mystery, action, and romance follow!

    Blood Red Road (Dustlands Series) by Moira Young – 2012. (Mild cursing here) In a post-apocalyptic future, 18-year-old Saba’s twin brother is stolen by black-clad riders. When tough-as-nails Saba launches a relentless search to recover him, she must fight for her life in gladiator cages, overcome enemies both creature and human, and learn to trust others for the first time. And try as she might, she can’t help but fall for the charming scoundrel Jack, who just may understand her more than she knows.

    Delirium by Lauren Oliver – 2011. In the tightly controlled society of a future America, love is forbidden, classified as ‘deliria’ by authorities. Three months before her 18th birthday and a mandatory procedure to ‘cure’ her deliria, Lena meets Alex, who sends her heart aflutter. As love blossoms between the two, Lena questions what she has always been told about love, and begins to consider the unthinkable: not submitting to the cure, and choosing deliria instead. Beautifully written, but a little slow.

    The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan – 2010. Seven generations have passed since the Return, a plague that reanimates dead humans into creatures that feed on the living. Teenager Mary lives inside one of the last enclaves of uninfected, protected by a chain link fence that surrounds her village. When the fence is breached, Mary flees the village with a small band of survivors. Their flight toward an uncertain salvation is both harrowing and revealing, as they try to determine if they are humanity’s last hope.

    Maze Runner by James Dashner - 2009. When Thomas arrives in the Glade, he remembers nothing but his name, just like the dozens of other teen boys who arrived before him. The Glade, which is surrounded by an impenetrable maze, is closed at night to guard against the creatures that roam the darkness, but open for exploration during the day. Getting caught outside at night is certain death. As the boys try to unravel the mystery of their existence, a complication occurs: the first girl arrives in the Glade. More importantly, she has a connection with Thomas and a message that may determine the fate of all the Glade's inhabitants.

    Shipbreaker by Paolo Bacigalupi – 2010. In a near future of rising seas, no oil, and extreme poverty, a teenager works as a shipbreaker - one who salvages rusting ships for parts. When he finds a wrecked super-yacht after a storm, he thinks his days of poverty are over. However, he gets swept into an adventure when bad people come for the one survivor of the wreck - a rich, beautiful girl who owns the vessel.

    The Uglies Trilogy by Scott Westerfield – 2005. In a future society, a mandatory operation at age 16 wipes out physical differences, turning "Uglies" into "Pretties". The Pretties are allowed freedom to play, while the Uglies jealously await their turn. Ugly Tally has gotten into trouble that may forfeit her operation. The menacing government offers her a way out: find a group of rebel Uglies, infiltrate, and betray them. Tally agrees, but upon finding the rebels comes to understand the terrible price of becoming pretty.

    Unwind by Neal Shusterman - 2009. In post-war future, the abortion debate has been solved through compromise. Parents may elect to have their teenage children "unwound", a process where the teens organs and body parts are harvested for others. The story follows three runaway Unwinds, each discarded for behavior, religious, or economic reasons. As the trio embarks on a harrowing journey of escape, the reader will ponder very heavy moral questions, and wrestle with how much a bad decision can affect future generations. This is a masterpiece on every level!

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  • 8 years ago

    hi lily, lol i am obsessed with your name!

    try the graphic novels....

    you hate twilight?

    WAH

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