Good young adult novels/books?

I am 14 year old boy. I like intense action and adventure, sometimes mystery and fantasy. I also like it when they include a hint of young romance, because who doesn't? (lol). Some examples of what I just read and have in my Top 10 list are: The Hunger Games series, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Eragon series, etc. Please recommend good books! I am running low on material.

(AND YES I ALREADY READ HARRY POTTER OVER 5 TIMES!!!1!!1!1!! -.-)

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EDIT- Sorry for the Caps. Lock rage at the end, I accidentally hit the Caps. Lock button without intention. Hope I didn't make anyone angry ^^

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    Some great steampunk/sci-fi/fantasy ones you might like:

    Pendragon (series by DJ MacHale)

    The Hunchback Assignments (book by Arthur Slade)

    A Wrinkle in Time (book by Madeline L’Engle)

    Leviathan (series by Scott Westerfield)

    Hoot (book by Carl Hiaasen)

    The Ranger’s Apprentice (series by John Flanagan)

    Maximum Ride (series by James Patterson)

    The Seems (series by John Hulme and Michael Wexler)

    Savvy (series by Ingrid Law)

    some of the best dystopian ones:

    Uglies (series by Scott Westerfield)

    The Giver (book by Lois Lowry)

    The Lost Conspiracy (book by Frances Hardinge)

    Ender's Game (series by Orson Scott Card)

    Some older but even better dystopian books:

    Nineteen Eighty-Four (book by George Orwell)

    Lord of The Flies (book by William Golding)

    Fahrenheit 451 (book by Ray Bradbury)

    Don't worry about your caps lock rage. I do that all the time lol

    Source(s): I've read and loved all of these! :D
  • Cirque Du Freak Series by Darren Shan

    Eragon Series by Christopher Paolini

    ANY books by Cornelia Funke should be great for Percy Jackson/Harry Potter fans. :)

    The Shadow Of The Wind - Carlos Ruiz Zafon

    The Graveyard Book - Neil Gaiman

  • 8 years ago

    I would definitely recommend the "Chaos Walking" series. You will NOT regret it. It has three books in the series and they are all fan freaking tastic. It has the post-apocalyptic sense just like the hunger games and it keeps you guessing until the end! It's not to popular so it'll be easy to find it in most libraries! READ IT! D: Or i shall die.......

  • 8 years ago

    1- His dark material trilogy - Phillip Pullman

    2- The Black Magician Trilogy - Trudi Canavan

    3- The Bartimaeus Trilogy - Jonathan Stroud

    4- Twilight Saga - Stephenie Meyer

    5- Inkheart trilogy - Cornelia Funke

    6- Septimus Heap Series - Angie Sage

    Source(s): my collection
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  • 8 years ago

    Other than the one I'm writing? Kidding.

    The term good is subjective, but I like a lot of stephen king and john saul stories, I personally like twilight, though I enjoy the movies more, I like jodi picoult books, nicholas sparks, lisa scottoline, jennifer lynn barnes (though hers are about lesbians) I still like it being one.

    that's all i can think of right now

  • 8 years ago

    'The Boy who Lost His face' by Louis Sachar.

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