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HI! Thanks for looking at this.


Ok, I just finished Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins ((it was amazing!)) but I have no idea what to read now! If you could help me, I would really appreciate it! Okay, here's what I have on my shelf right now that I need to pick from! 


Doctor Who Books:

(Yeah, I'm a big fan of Doctor Who, and have loads of the books but have hardly read any of them!)


The Clockwise Man by Justin Richards

The Monsters Inside by Stephan Cole

Winner Takes All by Jacqueline Rayner 

The Deviant Strain by Justin Richards

Only Human by Gareth Roberts 

Feast Of The Drowned by Stephen Cole

The Ressurection Casket by Justin Richards

The Art Of Destruction by Stephen Cole

Sting Of The Zygons  by Stephen Cole 

The Last Dodo by Jacqueline Rayner

Wooden Heart by Martin Day

Sick Building by Paul Magrs

Wetworld by Mark Michalowski 

Snowglobe 7 by Mike Tucker

The Many Hands by Dale Smith

Ghosts Of India by Mark Morris

Shing Darkness by Mark Michalowski 

The Eyeless by Lance Parkin 

Judgement Of The Judoon by Colin Brake 

The Slitheen Excursion by Simon Guerrier 

The Taking Of Chelsea 426 by David Llewellyn 

Autonomy by Daniel Blythe 

The Krilitane Storm by Christoper Cooper

The Glamour Chase by Gary Russell


Other Books On My Shelf:


A Series Of Unfortunate Events :smileyhappy: ((I'm on the ninth one))

The Hollow by Jessica Verday 

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen 

The 39 Clues ((I'm on the second one lol))

Bloody Money by Chris Ryan 

Charlie and The Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

The Black Room by Gillian Cross 

My Secret Admirer by Carol Ellis 

Sparkling Cyanide by Agatha Christie 

Evil Under The Sun by Agatah Christie  


The Book Of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern 


So if you could help me pick one I would be very grateful :smileyhappy: Also if you know of any good books like The Hunger Games ((I love science fiction!)) I would also be very grateful! I always running out of books to get from the library!


Thanks! x

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is my favorite pick from your list!  :smileyhappy:


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The only book on your lists I've read Is Pride & Prejudice- & it is one of my favorites-can't go wrong with the classics!  & I just love Mr. Darcy!

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I agree! Read Pride and Prejudice it a true classic!

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currently reading: Beautiful Creatures + The Forest of Hands and Teeth
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You should read


The Hollow by Jessica Verday

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen 


:smileyhappy: They are good

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I love Doctor Who! As much I like Matt Smith, David Tennant is still my favorite doctor. How do the books compare to the tv series? 


And I'd recommend reading Ursula LeGuin, she's my favorite science fiction author!



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You should read The Da Vinci Code! I just finished it and I LOVED it! (I might have liked it better then the Hunger games!)

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The Da Vinci Code 


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Read Jane Eyre, it starts out interesting. Pride and Prejudice is boring up until the last 20 pages. Absolutely nothing happens. I had less than 20 pages left, couldn't finish it. Some books are very overrated.