Hi all! i am a read-a-holic! i have read just about everything, and now i find myself running out of things to read! comment with books you find worthwhile, be it sci fi, fantasy or realistic fiction. thanks!
Wreath by Judy Christie, I'm reading it and highly recommend it.
Thanks!! I will check it out
I got a list: The Causal Vacancy, On the Road, The Road, Ender's Game, Gone Girl, The Vast Fields of Ordinary, The Fault in Our Stars—or anything by John Green—Unwind and Unwholly—great series!—Horns. I got more; I just can't think right now. I'll come up with more. Oh, Cloud Atlas.
Thanks and wow! But I shouldn't be talking because I live and breath books so yeah. OMG I LOVE john Greene and the fault in our stas is like my favorite book ever!
YES! TFIOS is the best book evah!
We the Living, it will change your life.
Thanks! I will check it out now. Also, you have been so wonderful in all your comments and feedback, I really cannot thanks you enough. Keep rockin Mckay
Uh, I recently read this awesome book called Doon. I've got an advance copy of it, but it will be out on the 20th! It was awesome, and I definitely reccomend it!
I Am the Messenger by Markus Zusak is one of my favourites, if you're into those types of books :)
I don't know the series name. but it is a trilogy and the first book is called A Great and Terrible Beauty, the second, Rebel Angels, and the third, The Sweet Far Thing. They are all really imaginative, creative, amazing trilogy! I definitely recommend the trilogy if ypur looking for a good read! And if you like the late 1800's :)
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Try John Green books! They are awesome!
Gone with the Wind (best book EVER)
or any agatha cristie books.
the fault in our stars is a really great book! It is one of my favorites
also if you like fantasy try the pendragon series by dj machale
Les Misrables, Crime and Punishment, Master and Commander, Of Mice and Men, The Eragon cycle. Speaker For the Dead, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. The Hobbit, iRobot. Sorry this list is so long, I love reading.
Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss is one of the greatest fantasy books I have ever read. I honestly enjoyed it more than Harry Potter which is really saying something.
Also if you want a challenge, Les Miserables is 1500 pages of french history, french puns, and thoughts. It's really hard to get through but it's worth it. Some translations are better than others though
I recommend the Paranormalcy trilogy by Kiersten White whole-heartedly. It's a mix of sci-fi, fantasy, love, and comedy. It made me laugh out loud on multiple occasions. GAH, I'm grinning just thinking about it. Seriously, check it out.