What are some good books I could read?
I m 11 and I love dystopian, sci fi, or fantasy books. My parents don t really mind me reading anything that would be rated pg-13 as a movie. Are there any good dystopian, sci fi, or fantasy books for me to read? I ve already read the hunger games, maze runner book 1 and 2, half of the lightning thief, you get the idea.
- Anonymous4 years agoFavorite Answer
Alcatraz versus the Evil Librarians series;
Tree Shepherd's Daughter trilogy;
The Chronicles of Narnia series;
Lord of the Rings;
The Neverending Story;
The Wind in the Willows;
A Wrinkle in Time series;
Bridge to Terabithia;
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court;
The Little Prince;
The Secret Garden;
Anne of Green Gables;
The Phantom Tollbooth;
A Little Princess;
The Princess Bride;
Mrs. Frisbie and the Rats of NIMH;
the "Rush Revere" series;
the "Michael Vey" series;
A Christmas Carol;
Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde;
Adventures of Dr. Dolittle;
West with the Night;
The Power of Your Mind by Edgar Cayce;
The Answer You're Looking for Is inside You;
Youth: Creators of the Future by Aivanhov;
- Uncle PennybagsLv 74 years ago
There's a similar genre of books known as TEOTWAWKI, which stands for The End of The World as We Know It. I read a lot of that, especially what happens if the US suffers an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) which basically fries all microchips and the power grid. And since everything has a microchip in it, damn near everything we rely on will go down, from cars and trucks to water systems and electrical systems.
A good start to this genre is a book called Going Home by A. American. It's about a guy stranded about 250 miles from home when the EMP hits. And he has to hoof it back home even as civilization is crumbling around him.
Another genre is zombie apocalypse novels. A good one is White Flag of the Dead by John Talluto.
Hope you like them.Source(s): http://www.amazon.com/Going-Home-Novel-Survivalist... http://www.amazon.com/White-Flag-Dead-Zombie-Novel...
- ajtheactressLv 74 years ago
Pure Trilogy by Julianna Baggott
The Handmaiden's Tale by Margaret Attwood
The Road by Cormac McCarthy
- VioletLv 74 years ago
You'd probably like Neil Gaiman's work. The Graveyard Book was the first I read, but his most popular are the Sandman series and American Gods. Also, Coraline.
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- NatLv 44 years ago
Do anything by Khaled Hosseini! That gives you the perspective on the Middle East.
- Anonymous4 years ago
"The Giver" series