Can anyone recommend any good books to read?

This is a list of some of the books I’ve read. From this list can anyone suggest any other books I might like to read?

Books I’ve read:

Twilight saga by Stephenie Meyers
The Immortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare
The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare
The Uglies Trilogy by Scott Westerfeld
The Drakon series by Shana Abe
The Blue Blood series by Melissa de la Cruz
The Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling
The Vampire Kisses series by Ellen Schreiber
The Vampire Diaries series (the original series and return trilogy) by L.J Smith
The Darkangel trilogy by Meredith Ann Pierce
The Dream Warrior series by D.J Conway
Valiant by Holly Black
Tithe by Holly Black
I was a teenage fairy by Francesca Lia Block
John dies at the end by David Wong
The Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan
The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan
The Huxtable series by Mary Balogh
The Princess by Lori Wick
The Midnighters Trilogy by Scott Westerfeld
Kira-Kira by Cynthia Kadohata
WeedFlower by Cynthia Kadohata
The Host by Stephenie Meyers
I Am Apache by Tanya Landman
The Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris
The Hunger Games series by Suzane Collins
I’ve also read the Cirque du freak series and most recently the daughter of darkness
(just got done reading Graceling and Fire by Kristin Cashore)

8 Responses to “Can anyone recommend any good books to read?”

  1. Angelwolf Says:

    Percy Jackson series- Rick Riodran
    The Lost Hero series- Rick Riodran
    Red Pyramid series- Rick Riodran
    Beautiful Creatures- Kami Garcia
    *Harry potter series – J.K. Rowling
    *Blood Ninja- Nick Lake
    Blood Ninja II: The Revenge of Lord Oda- Nick Lake
    Flora’s Dare- Ysabeau S. Wilce
    *Ranger’s Apprentice series- John Flanagan
    Hunger Games series- Suzanne Collins
    Mortal Instruments series- Cassandra Clare
    Witch and Wizard, The Gift, Daniel X series- James Patterson
    Anatopsis- Chris Abouzeid
    Eragon Series- Christopher Paolini
    *April’s Witches- Beverly Courtney Crook
    *The Chronicles of Nick- Sherrilyn Kenyon
    Eon- Alison Goodman
    Eona- Alison Goodman
    *The Last Apprentice series- Joseph Delaney
    Hex Hall- Rachel Hawkins
    Fallen- Lauren Kate
    Gone- Michael Grant
    Paranormalcy- Kiersten White
    Reckless- Cornelia Funke
    Inkheart series- Cornelia Funke
    The Amaranth Enchantment- Julie Berry
    Steel- Carrie Vaughn
    The Grimm Legacy- Polly Shulman
    Thief Lord- Cornelia Funke
    Dragon Rider- Cornelia Funke
    A Tale Dark and Grimm- Adam Gidwitz
    The Invisible Order series- Paul Crilley
    Chronicles of Ancient Darkness- Michelle Paver
    The Familiars- Adam Jay Epstein
    Graceling series- Kristin Cashore
    Voices of Dragons- Carrie Vaughn

  2. Robin Parker Says:

    Let’s see….
    The Cirque Du Freak Saga by Darren Shan
    Thoart by R.A. Nelson.
    The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton (This one doesn’t exactly fit with the rest, but it is very good.)

  3. Lilly Jane Says:

    These may be a bit different than some of the ones on your list, but they’re great books, I’d definitely recommend them :)

    Catch 22 = A dark comedy. It’s about a cynical man serving in WWII and the crazy hijinks he gets into. It’s hilarious, in a horribly dark way. I laughed out loud, literally. Excellent book.

    The Book Thief = Narrated by Death, it’s about a girl growing up during Holocaust. Great book, sad though.

    The Great Gatsby = EPIC! My favorite book, Fitzgerald at his best. It’s a beautiful and touching story about love, innocence, money, and dreams, centering around the mysterious figure Jay Gatsby, a shadowy, wealthy bootlegger-type who throws magnificent parties in the 1920s.

    The Spy Who Came in from the Cold = A twisty, turning spy novel. Set in the midst of the Cold War, its a stark and chilling portrait of the politics of the time. It centers around a tough, bitter spy, who faces danger and darkness on his latest assignment. The ending is CRAZY!!!

    Good luck finding a book! 😀

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  4. LibraryGal Says:

    Check out:

    Delirium by Lauren Oliver
    Matched by Ally Condie
    Bumped by Megan McCafferty
    Graceling by Kristin Cashore
    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
    1984 by George Orwell
    Zombies Vs. Unicorns (a short story anthology edited by Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier

    Hope this helps.

    Happy Reading!

  5. Patrick Says:

    You might try one of these:

  6. Alice Says:

    Try Nokosee: Rise of the New Seminole ( and its sequel Nokosee & Stormy ( Both are written from a 17-year-old girl’s POV. A coming-of-age tale with lots of action, adventure and romance layered over a twisted save-the-environment plea.

  7. Jason Grace Says:

    The Percy Jackson and the Olympians series by
    Rick Riordan.
    The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan.
    Rick Riordan’s other series called the Kane
    The Skulduggery Pleasant series by Derek Landy.
    The H.I.V.E. series by Mark Walden.
    The S.T.O.R.M. series by E.L. Young.
    The and the series by Andy Briggs.
    The 39 Clues series.
    The Real Thing by Brian Falkner.
    The Super Freak by Brian Falkner.
    The Flea Thing by Brian Falkner.
    The Cherub series by Robert Muchamore.
    Jordan Stryker – Bionic Agent by Malcolm rose.
    Titanic 2020 by Colin Bateman.
    The Thief lord by Cornelia Caroline Funke.
    The Charlie Bone series by Jenny Nimmo.
    The Traces series by Malcolm Rose.
    The Henderson Boys series by Robert
    The Power Of Five series by Anthony Horowitz.
    Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney.
    The Maximum Ride series by James Patterson.
    The New Heroes series by Michael Caroll.
    The Eager series by Helen Fox.
    The Harry Potter series by JK Rowling.
    A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony
    The Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz.
    The Keys to the Kingdom series by Garth Nix.
    The Witch and Wizard series by James Patterson.
    The Daniel X series by James Patterson.

  8. Top Gun Says:

    Blades and Dangerous Days both by J. William Turner. Very realistic fiction about Australian teens in several dramatic life and death situations set in many parts of Australia, plus California and England, dealing with teenage, adult and social themes. More info in yahoo web search.