In need of books to read!!!?

I have a list of books to read in 2012 I love to read and i will read anything that someone recomends i have a list of books so far but i am looking for some more. Some other book titles would be great or a link to some book titles heres what I have so far.

uglies

dead girls dont write letters

paper quke

divergent

maze runner

the scorch trials

the death cure

matched

crossed

divergent

red riding hood

the power of six

under the never sky

under my skin

a million suns

blood red road

replacements

perfect

the name of the star

fire

invitation to the game

looking glass wars

to kill a mocking bird (i know this is an old book but i really want to read it)

So if you have any more titles i know i have alot but i read 24 7 anyway or links or info about these books or other books that would be very helpful thank you!

Update:

I don't really have one series that i like i like all kinds of books but not all classics

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    wow, you read alot!

    i recomend you:

    --reckless, by cornelia funke

    (i simply loved them!)

    --inksheart, inkspell, inkdeath, by cornelia funke

    (i only read inkspell and inkdeath)

    --chronicles of ancient darkness.

    (i don't like the first book. no one does. but i like the rest of them)

    --house of night series.

    (again, the first book i didn't like, but the first book has nothing to do with the others)

    --maximun ride

    (it's very original! all books of james patterson are!)

    --witch and wizard.

    (they didn't change my life, but...)

    --the wardstone chronicles.

    (i havn't read the first book. and it looks like only i like the books!)

    --the hunger games.

    (read them. they are just, GREAT!)

    --gregor and the prophecy of the bane.

    (meh...)

    --percy jackson. and when you finish that series the lost hero.

    --the wind singer....

    (meh...)

    --beautiful dead

    (meh...)

    --the forbidden game, by l.j smith.

    (this was my official first long book, so... maybe it means i like it so much for that reason)

    --the butterfly lion by michael morpurgo.

    (i don't remember the end, i read it a long time ago... bt i remmber crying... : S)

    --the iron fey

    (i liked it, but too much romance. i hate books that have too much romance)

    --the mortal instruments.

    (they are great!)

    --fallen

    (good romance!)

    --gone, by michael grant.

    (they are very, very, very complicated.)

    --wither, by lauren stefano

    (i havn't finished yet)

    --dream catcher.

    (i didn't like them too much.)

    --dark visions. by l.j smith

    (i'm still readind them)

    --darkest powers series.

    (i liked them alot...)

    --daniel x

    ( i'm still reading them)

    the rest of the books i read are download in my broken computer and i can't remember them.

    if you don't want to buy them all, download them in 4shared, as pdf. it's free! : D

    i hope i helped...

    and sorry for my english!

    i'm spanish : s

    Source(s): ME.
  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Well, seeing as you think you'd like Uglies, another brilliant series is the Leviathan series by the same author (Scott Westerfield). Incarceron is also extremely good, and fast paced. I know people all say Harry Potter, which is, frankly, one of the best series of our age, but I think you'd know this already. A Million Suns is actually the second book in a series, the first being called 'Across The Universe'. The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica by James A. Owen is amazing as well.

    And, of course, my favourite series of all time is the Discworld Series by Terry Pratchett. Thirty-something book, so it'll take some time to get through, but the best bit is that you can start anywhere, it doesn't matter. It's not a series that follows the same group of characters or anything, they're all just set on the same planet... but it's incredibly funny, thoughtful and... just brilliant.

    Source(s): None of these books I found in a bookstore... but I live in the third world, and I know for sure that in England or the US these titles are quite easy to find. Uglies, Incarceron, Leviathan and Across the Universe would be in the Young Adult section, if I'm not mistaken, but Discworld is in the normal fantasy or sci-fi section of a bookstore. And, if you have a kindle, you can just look 'em up on Amazon.
  • 9 years ago

    I'm big on reading so here is a list of AMAZING books I've read :) Maybe you'll like one of them

    - The Outsiders

    - Morganville Vampires (The whole series is amazing)

    - The Mortal Instruments (The entire series)

    - Hunger Games (The entire series)

    - Flash Burnout

    - The Forbidden Game

    - The Handmaid's Tale

    - Great Expectations

    - This Lullaby

    - Dreamland (I'm a big fan of Sarah Dessen)

    - Abandon by Meg Cabot

    - Graceling (An alright book)

    - Vampire Diaries (it's an okay series, the final books aren't amazing)

    - Girl Stolen

    - Go Ask Alice Anonymous

    - 40 Things I Want to Tell You

    These are only a few I can think of at this moment :)

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  • 9 years ago

    Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold (old but seems to fit with the theme of books you're reading)

    The Eragon Series by Christopher Paolini (I don't know how much you're into dragons or fantasy but this series is AMAZING)

    Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling (I grew up with this series, it's like my best friend <3)

    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey (A classic, must read)

    A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess (Disturbing, but also a classic)

    The Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice (No, this has nothing to do with crappy Twilight. If you've never read an Anne Rice novel, I suggest you pick these up!)

  • 9 years ago

    When You Reach Me

    Sound Bender

    The Lightning Theif

    The Sea of Monsters

    The Titans Curse

    The Battle of the Labyrinth

    The Last Olympian

    Gone

    Hunger

    Lies

    Plague

    The Lost Hero

    The Son of Neptune

    Unwind

    The 13th Reality

    Hope I helped!! Have Fun reading these books, I have read everyone of them and have loved them! I hope you do too!

  • 9 years ago

    Hi. Those are really neat titles. TKAM is a great novel too, a must read.

    I don't really know what particular genre you are interested in, but I do have a link that I find very useful.

    ON this website, you can create an account, list all the books you have read, and it reccomends books for you based on their genres. I use this all the time, plus they have reviews and rates so you can see how good the book really is.

    You don't need to make an account on this website, but it is highly reccomended.

    Source(s): www.goodreads.com
  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    I just finished reading the Harry Potter series for the second time, it's better than the movies. I love them so much! If you're into classics, "The Picture of Dorian Gray" is a good read, and so is "The Scarlet Letter." They're both intense and have a lot of drama. If you're into more modern books, "The Hunger Games" is awesome.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Vampire kisses

    Born at midning

    House of night

    Unearthly

    Jessica's guide to dating on the dark side

    Night world

    Egg head

    Harry potter

    Twilight

    The gathering

    The darkest powers trilogy

    The forbidon game

    The immortals

    The mortal instruments

    The infernal devices

    Thirst

    Fallen

    Spell bound

    Schooled

    Thats all i can think of at the momment :). ^_^

    Source(s): These are a few that i have read but only a few.
  • b97st
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

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    Matched by Ally Condie

    Birthmarked by Caragh O'Brien

    Inside Out by Maria V Snyder

    The Knife of Never Letting Go Patrick Ness

    Legend by Marie Lu

    Gone by Michael Grant

    The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare

    Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

    The Giver by Lois Lowry

    Delirium by Lauren Oliver

    The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan

    The Declaration by Gemma Malley

    XVI by Julia Carr

    The Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughton

    Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman

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    Feed by M.T. Anderson

    The Bar Code Tattoo by Suzanne Weyn

    Little Brother by Cory Doctorow

    The Chrysalids by John Wyndham

    Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi

    Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

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