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WerewolfGirl101
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Registered: ‎05-03-2009
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books

heyy i am pretty new to the enjoyment of reading

(well ok that was like a year ago)

but im a slow reader so ive only read (almost)

3 series (maximum ride, house of night, twilight)

and the host

it depends on how much time i have to read

sometimes i finish the book in 2 days

(max ride 1, eclipse)

or a week or 2

(max ride 3,4, marked, betrayed, new moon, breaking dawn)

and the others even longer

sometimes a month

well anyway, i was wonderin if you could give me a

list of books/series i should read in order of best to

well not as good as the first haha

thanks bunches

 

-wolfy

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memento_mori1
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Registered: ‎11-27-2009
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Re: books

Here are some of my favorite books/series-

1. This is the best series ever- The Mortal Instruments serie by Cassandra Clare

2.North of Beautiful by Justina Chen Hadley

3. The Juliet Club by Suzanne Harper

4.Academy 7 by Anne Osterlund

5.The Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter

6.All of the Sarah Dessen books (The truth about forever and Along for the ride are my favorites though)

That's all i think of right no at this moment. Be back later though.

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ZoeyRedbird
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Registered: ‎06-23-2009
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Re: books

Hey Twin :smileytongue:,

 

Here's some good books I've read,

 

The Mortal Instruments- Cassandra Clare

The Hunger Games- Suzzanne Collins

The Uglies, Pretties, Specials, and Extras- Scott Westerfeld

Night World Series- L.J Smith

Dark Visions- L.J Smith

Vampire Academy- Richelle Mead

The Mediator Series- Meg Cabot

 

 

I Have tons more but since you say your a slow reader....that's all I'll put if ya need more just ask :smileytongue:. They are kind of in order a little bit... not really but you should definetlely read the top 2 and the rest but ya....

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KaylaNicole_MusicLover
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Registered: ‎06-08-2009
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Re: books

Well right now I am obsessed with the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. I have finished the first two and am now reading the third, City of Glass. They are all really good and you should check them out!

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pagebender
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Registered: ‎11-11-2009
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An awesome series is the Pennsylvania Dutch mysterys With  Reciepies by Tamar Myers. They are really funny and a quick read (about a little over 100 pages). The titles are funny like 'Too Many Crooks Spoiled the Broth' instead of the well-known saying 'Too many COOKS spoiled the broth'. The titles have to do food and they have real recepies inside! lol

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michaela27
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Registered: ‎05-24-2009
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I also really recommend The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins becasuse it is so amazing that I can almost guarantee you will finish it within a few days lol.  The sequel is called Catching Fire, and the third and last book, Mockingjay, is coming out August 24.

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poise_and_poison
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I have recently discovered the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. I cannot stop reading them. They are really quick, easy reads and definately are even somewhat educational ( they really jogged my memory about a lot of greek mythology that I had forgotten).

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CrabbyCat
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poise_and_poison wrote:

I have recently discovered the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. I cannot stop reading them. They are really quick, easy reads and definately are even somewhat educational ( they really jogged my memory about a lot of greek mythology that I had forgotten).


 

Me too!!!  My cousin told me these books were a must read.  I was a bit skeptical because they're kinda for a younger audience, but I can't get enough.  And I absolutely love greek mythology, so its a win-win.  I'm on The Titan's Curse right now, and I can't put it down!

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