The unspoken book looks interesting. :) Thanks for the heads up.
Inkheart by Cornelia Funke or Dragonlance series by Margaret Weiss and tracy hickman
Any book in the "It Girl" series
Unwind by Neal Shusterman. Along with Unwholly. Best series.
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"The Outsiders" by S. E. Hinton.
I am the Messenger by Marcus Zusak
or, for older teens: Stern Men by Elizabeth Gilbert
The Man Who Was Thursday by G.K. Chesterton. This is a British thriller first published in 1908. The only innapropriate content would have to be a few swear words and anarchy, which most people probubly wont find innapropriate. It is a geat book full of suspense and surprises. Its about a man named Syme who works for the police. One day he comes across a man claiming to be an anarchist. The man leads Syme to tha anarchist hideout and Syme ends up being voted the roll of Thursday. He than meets the other anarchists that have been voted as days of the week and discovers that not all of them are who and what they claim to be.
"Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie" By Jorden Sonnenblick - About a 13 year old drummer who's 4 year old brother is diagnosed with cancer. The novel is funny, tragic, and relatable to many ages. "First They Killed My Father" By Loung Ung - About a child's experience before, throughout, and after the Cambodian genocide. This memoir is tragic, yet it is written through a child's innocent perspective.
I'd say Ranger's Apprentice (If someone hasn't said that already) It's in the medivel time frame.
How about the thousand names by django wexler if no one's said it?
Oh, someone up there said Inkheart, and the two books following it, Inkspell and Inkdeath, are awesome to.
I haven't read this book yet, but The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks is a very heart-felt book, and movie too.
The Way of Kings By Brandon Sanderson
Kaladin is a slave in the shattered land of Roshar, who is chosen by one of the only remaining honorspren to be a Windrunner.
I definitely second 'My Sister's Keeper'! I've read that book so many times, and I still love it. Good for discussion. I also agree with 'I am the Messenger' or anything by Marcus Zusak, especially 'The Book Thief' (if that hasn't already been Book of the Month, that is).
Once upon a time, there was DRACULA! 'nuf said. But really.
I love this book, especially how it's told. A conglomeration of diary entries, letters, newspaper clippings, etc. It tells throught the eyes of Jonathan, Mina, Dr. Seward, Dr. Van Helsing, and several others, it's the story of a hundered year old Un-dead monster. And I love it.
Like, hundreds of years, not a hundred. My bad.
What about Dracula? It's a really great book, and even though the general storyline (about a vampire, duh) is pretty well known, most people don't know the exact details of the story. It's written in epistolear form, so we get to see the points of view of all the characters, which is pretty cool. It's always exciting, and I felt that it never got dull. I really rate it highly and recommend it!