11-30-2008 04:53 PM
11-30-2008 06:16 PM
"Waiting for a special occasion to kill me? Christmas is coming."
11-30-2008 07:39 PM
Well, the Harry Potter series lol. That's pretty darn long. Other than that:
- Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer
- Pretty Little Liars Series by Sara Shepherd
- Ugles Series by Scott Westerfeld
- Blue Bloods Series by Melissa de le Cruz
- The Eight by Katherine Neville - warning, it's a little slow lol.
- Betwixt by Tara Bray Smith
- Vampire Academy Series
- Wicked Lovely + Ink Exchange
- The Summoning
- Private Series
I hope that helps (:
11-30-2008 11:53 PM
--"Decode" by Paramore
11-30-2008 11:59 PM
- Edward Cullen
12-01-2008 06:34 AM
Please, please, please, Gemma, let's not die inside before we have to."
-The Sweet Far Thing
12-01-2008 09:12 AM
24 hours?!?!?! wow.
maximum ride is good, of coarse harry potter, the inheritance cycle, avalon high was really good, the Inkheart trilogy.
have fun on ur trip!! i hope the 24 hour drive both ways is worth it.
12-01-2008 04:52 PM
katie, what did you think of the eight?
I'll be honest, I didn't finish it. It sounded like a really intriguing book to me, and I was dying to read it. But it took so long in the beginning to get started. I didn't even get to a good part, and I was like 50 pages in. Though, I think I'll give it another try, because it sounds so good.
It might just be too mature for me right now though?
12-08-2008 11:31 PM
If we know the way we're gonna die, through all the rest we will survive ~The Academy Is... LAX to O'Hare
12-16-2008 03:02 PM
Congrats on the trip with your choir! (I was in choir in high school myself.)
OK, now to your question. You need some books to kill the time.
Here's a few I've read that I've liked:
All the King's Men (long and good, plus a classic), Great Gatsby, Sun Also Rises, Cry, the Beloved Country, Black Boy (all 4 are classics), the Pretty Little Liars Series (it's Gossip Girl glamour meets suspense meets books that pick you up, dial up the tension and keep you guessing), Devil on my Heels (good written story), Dragonwings and Dragon's Gate (well written, both of them), Harris and Me (funny), Hoot (funny), Invisible Man (classic), The Jungle (a true classic, get the 36 chapter uncensored version), Kira-Kira (a story of sisters and loss), the Gemma Doyle Trilogy (it has magic, action, romantic tension, and Victorian-era good stuff), The Secret Life of Bees (historical, well-written and with heart), Tangerine (well written and won't disappoint), Walk Two Moons and Absolutely Normal Chaos (both quirky and well written), Bud Not Buddy (Depression-era novel that's not a downer), The Watsons Go To Birmingham---1963 (a Civil Rights-era novel that has humor and tragedy), the Artemis Fowl Series (an action/crime series that's fast-paced, well written, and aren't downers)
12-16-2008 06:24 PM
12-31-2008 03:11 PM
for future trips you should try Manga
And tons more which I can not think of right now
Hope this helps in future
04-28-2009 05:07 PM
know im replying to own question but
montana sky by nora roberts...over 600 pages
read in two days. better than movie!
04-28-2009 05:28 PM
Yes I'm gonna be a star,
Baby you can drive my car,
And Baby I love you,
Beep Beep, Beep Beep, Yea!