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

Books to read for me...?

I'm really difficult to get books for as I have to absolutely want to read a book, and if I don't then I won't read it. So I need REALLY intriguing books...

I have read Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini and it was AMAZING!

I have also read The Hunger Games series and couldn't put them down!

Please give me some suggestions of books I'll be glued to!

As many as possible please :) - For age range 13+ and any genre except for horror and inappropriate genres.

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  • 8 years ago
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    The Iron King – Julie Kagawa

    Tithe – Holly Black

    Fallen – Lauren Kate

    Firespell – Chloe Neill

    Shiver – Maggie Stiefvater

    Matched – Ally Condie

    Sisters Red – Jackson Pearce

    Hush, Hush – Becca Fitzpatrick

    Finding Sky – Joss Stirling

    Halo – Alexandra Adornetto

    Die For Me – Amy Plum

    Raised by Wolves – Jennifer Lynn Barnes

    Strange Angels – Lili St Crow

    Never Cry Werewolf – Heather Davis

    The Body Finder – Kimberly Derting

    Wings – Aprilynne Pike

    Nightshade – Andrea Cremer

    Moonlight – Rachel Hawthorne

    Meridian – Amber Kizer

    Evermore – Alyson Noel

    After Obsession – Carrie Jones and Steven E. Wedel

    Falling Under – Gwen Hayes

    Hex Hall – Rachel Hawkins

    Braced 2 Bite – Serena Robar

    The Name of the Star –Maureen Johnson

    White Cat – Holly Black

    Wildefire – Karsten Knight

    The Spiderwick Chronicles – Tony Diterlizzi and Holly Black

    The Looking Glass Wars – Frank Baddon

    My Soul To Take – Rachel Vincent

    Switched – Amanda Hocking

    Before I Fall – Lauren Oliver

    The Sugar Queen – Sarah Addison Allen

    Garden Spells – Sarah Addison Allen

    Maximum Ride – James Patterson

    Eve – Anna Carey

    Shatter Me - Tahereh Mafi

    Noughts and Crosses – Malorie Blackman

    Divergent – Veronica Roth

    Glass Houses - Rachel Caine

    Vampire Diaries - LJ Smith

    The Splendour-Falls – Rosemary Clement-Moore

    Inkheart – Cornelia Funke

    Wither - Lauren Destefano

    Enclave - Ann Aguirre

    Under the Never Sky - Veronica Rossi

    Uglies - Scott Westerfeld

    Witch and Wizard – James Patterson

    City of Bones - Cassandra Clare

    Hope you enjoy :)

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  • 8 years ago

    Here's a good supernatural series that is compared to Hunger Games and Harry Potter (even coming out with a movie next year!): "The Mortal Instruments" (5 books, in two years will be 6), and "The Infernal Devices" (2 books, soon to be 3). They are both set in the same universe, the later (Infernal Devices) just takes place about 100-200 years in the past, while the other takes place in the present (or, a few years back if you want to take it from the publication date, but you get the idea, it's modern). It's basically about the shadow hunter world, a girl is thrown into it kind of, and it's very popular among teens. I loved it. It's technically 14+ on the publication page, but I'm sure you can read it at 13 (I've read 10+ books that were equally challenging, you don't need to worry about it).

    Source(s): 17, male, writer.
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  • 8 years ago

    Chemicals Attract series

    Princesses of the Midnight Ball

    Summer Sisters- Judy Blume

    Luxe series

    When You Were Mine- Rebecca Serle LOVED

    Dear Zoe- Phillip Beard

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  • 8 years ago

    You may want to try Michael Vey: Rise of the Elgen by Richard Paul Evans....Heroes of Olympus: The Demigod Diaries by Rick Riordan or Nevermore by James Patterson (The James Patterson Nevermore are part of a series you may want to get into).

    James at

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