What are some good books to read? All ages, please answer?

What are some good books to read? All ages, please answer? Topic: The sisters 8 authors
July 19, 2019 / By Nicholas
Question: I'm 15 right now, and I loved the Harry Potter books, but now the movies are over and I just dont know what to do with myself. For about two years I stopped reading for enjoyment as often as I used to. With this I found that my grammar was also getting worse, when it used to be pretty decent. Anyways, I want a really interesting book,one that will keep me interested, because it seems harder to get into anything yet. Then I just want some really awesome books! :) I want to try more older things. More on a mature level, and I dont mean anything gross haha. Anywho.... For every age, what are the best? I really like Harry Potter, obviously, and I started to read the percy jackson books. I DIDNT like the hunger games, i found katniss really boring...Kiki strike is a really good series as well. fiction is my favorite, but myabe i could start with some non fiction:D I've read alot but I dont remember them all ^^;
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Knox Knox | 1 day ago
1)LIFE AS WE KNEW IT-SUSAN BETH PFEFFER (The collision knocks the moon out of its normal orbit around earth and terrible things begin to happen.Tsunamis, earthquakes and floods wipe out huge areas of land and people.Miranda's world becomes more and more focused on the tragedy and the effects of the global climactic change, and her frame of reference as a teen in a world of school, friends, sports and the future, shrinks down to the day to day survival of herself and her family of four.) 2)DARKEST POWER SERIES-KELLY ARMSTRONG {Chloe, 15, has the ability to see dead people, but before she can figure out what is happening, she has a breakdown, is diagnosed with schizophrenia, and placed in a group home. She befriends some of the teens at Lyle House and tries to accept her treatment. However, two of her more mysterious housemates suggest that maybe she isn't crazy. Chloe's roommate, who causes things to fly around the room when she becomes angry, is taken away to a hospital and never heard from again. a misgiving confirmed when the dead speak to her again and reveal that they were "supernaturals" who were experimented on, killed, and buried in the home's basement many years before. Together with her new friends, Chloe escapes Lyle House, only to be betrayed. } 3)Immortal By Gillian Shields (Sensible Evie Johnson arrives alone to face her new life at the Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies.Evie's only lifeline is Sebastian, a mysterious and attractive young man she meets by chance. As Evie's feelings for Sebastian blaze with each secret meeting, she begins to fear that he is hiding something about his past. And she is haunted by glimpses of a strange, ghostly girl—a girl who is so eerily like Evie she could be a sister. Evie is slowly drawn into a tangled web of past and present that she cannot control. As the extraordinary, elemental forces of Wyldcliffe rise up like the mighty sea, Evie is faced with an astounding truth about Sebastian, and her own incredible fate. ) 4)Pride and Prejudice By Jane Austen ( Elizabeth, who possesses a razor-sharp wit and rich sense of humor--and who finds herself hindered by her own addlepated mother, her sister Jane's hopeless love for the wealthy Mr. Bingley, and her sister Lydia's penchant for scandal... not to mention the high-born, formidable, and outrageously proud Mr. Darcy, who seems determined to trump her every card. But the game of love proves more surprising than either Elizabeth or Mr. Darcy can imagine, and sometimes a seemingly weak hand proves a winning one when all cards are on the table. ) 5)The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger 6)The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (A portrait of the Jazz Age in all of its decadence and excess, Gatsby captured the spirit of the author's generation and earned itself a permanent place in American mythology. Self-made, self-invented millionaire Jay Gatsby embodies some of Fitzgerald's--and his country's--most abiding obsessions: money, ambition, greed, and the promise of new beginnings. "Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgiastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eluded us then, but that's no matter--tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther.... And one fine morning--" Gatsby's rise to glory and eventual fall from grace becomes a kind of cautionary tale about the American Dream.) 7)The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain 8)Great Expectations by Charles Dickens 9)Little Women by Louisa May Alcott ( The novel follows the lives of four sisters – Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March. )
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Knox Originally Answered: Can any1 recomend good teen books. read below.then answer. thanx?
Try some of these: Fantasy: Neil Gaiman is an amazing author! Any of his books are good. Try Neverwhere, Stardust, or Coraline. Any books by Scott Westernfeld or Neal Shusterman are really good too. Any books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes are amazing! There is In The Forest of The Night, Demon In My View, Shattered Mirror, Midnight Predator. And then there is the The Kiesha'ra series: Hawksong, Snakecharm, Falcondance, Wolfcry and Wyverhail. Abarat by Clive Barker. Make sure you get the hardcover version though!!! If you liked the first one be sure to check out the next book in the series Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War. Daughters of Destiny series: Keeper of the Winds, Keeper of the Waters, Keeper of the Flames and Keeper of the Earth by Jenna Solitaire. His Dark Materials trilogy (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) by Philip Pullman The Cry of the Icemark by Stuart Hill The Sight and Fell by David Clement-Davies Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho Howl’s Moving Castle by Dianna Wynn Jones Inkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke The Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong by William Nicholson The Earthsea series (starting with A Wizard of Earthsea) by Ursula K. Le Guin Shadow Spinner by Susan Fletcher Beauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast by Robin Mckinley The Inheritance Trilogy by Christopher Paolini Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling The Chronicles of Narnia (7 books) by C.S. Lewis The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien The Prophecy of the Stones by Flavia Bujor Old Magic by Marianne Curley Science Fiction: The Maximum Ride series (The Angel Experiment, Schools Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, The Final Warning) by James Patterson Uglies series by Scott Westernfeld The Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughton Horror/Thriller: Almost any books by Stephen King are great for horror. The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray or Poison by Chris Wooding The Abhorsen Trilogy (Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen) by Garth Nix Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause Wake by Lisa McMann Romance: William Shakespeare is good for romance, but he has written many comedies and tragedies too. Any of Jane Austen’s books are guaranteed to have romance in them. The Princess Bride by William Goldman Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt A Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels and The Far Sweet Thing by Libba Bray The Morganville Vampire series (Glass Houses, Dead Girls Dance, Midnight Alley and Feast of Fools) by Rachel Cain Realistic Fiction/Action: 13 Little Blue Envelopes and Girl At Sea by Maureen Johnson Dreamland by Sarah Dessen All-American Girl by Meg Cabot A Mango Shaped Space by Wendy Mass Go Ask Alice by Anonymous Define “Normal” by Julie Ann Peters Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson Holes by Louis Sanchar The Alex Rider series (starting with Stormbreaker) by Anthony Horowitz Thieves Like Us and Thieves Till We Die by Stephen Cole 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher Mystery/Historical Fiction: Edgar Allen Poe is a really good author. Check out his poems and short stories. The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-Shaw A Northern Light by Jennifer Donnelly Classics: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury The Giver by Louis Lowery The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett Alice In Wonderland and Through The Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll

Ichabod Ichabod
As far as grammar goes, I saw some mistakes you made. However, I am a grammar Nazi. Anway, I really recommend Child 44 and it's sequel The Secret Speech. It gets gruesome, but that's how all the good mystery/action books are like. It's set in the CCCP (USSR, in English) era of Russia with a main character who is a Chekist. The first book is more of a mystery than the second one. However, both are equally good. By the way, "anyways" is not a word. The correct word is anyway.
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Estmond Estmond
The book I've recommended the most lately is "Xianne: A Comedy of Cultures: Volume One" by Jayce Grayson. It deals with some pretty mature themes, but is written really like a YA novel. It isn't very long (about 200 pages), but there is so much stuff to think about that it doesn't really matter. I could hardly put it down. I'd check out the reviews on amazon.com to see if it appeals to you.
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Conrad Conrad
The body by stephen king, I bet you would love that book! Its my fav, its about 4 boys who walk 40 miles of train tracks without anyone knowing to find a dead body... another good one is the mysterious benidict society its about 2 boys and a girl who take many tests, then they become spys and they have a nission to save the world, that ones pretty good too... also a series called the last apprentice about a boy who becomes a spook (guy who fights off evil) and he befriends a witch girl, and an old spook, not to mention his mom is a witch and he is the seventh son, as well as his dad so he is known as a 7×7 which makes demons want to kill him way more... anyways hope that helped!
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Arnold Arnold
Well, if you are into vampires I suggest 'The Society of S'. I liked it better than Stephenie Meyer's novels. Also, give Libba Bray's novels a try. She writes young adult stuff that is simply beautiful, and funny. Try the 'The Dark is Rising' series. If you want something lighter, try A.A. Milne's Pooh series ('Winnie-the-Pooh', 'The House at Pooh Corner', 'Now We Are Six', and 'When We Were Very Young'). For non-fiction, I suggest the 'Chicken Soup' series.
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Arnold Originally Answered: I need some good books to read I love twilight and those type of books, i want a series or a REALLY good book?
For a young adult/teen Meg Cabot's young adult books. She is the best author. Also best selling. She wrote tons of books including the Princess Diaries (Movies based on her books), Mediator (upcoming movie), 1-800-Missing (TV show based on her books), Jinx, Airhead and more. She has adult books too, so you can grow with her. If you want more info or any of the authors website's email me. http://www.whatshouldireadnext.com/search This website will make perfect suggestions based on what you have read.

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