Hi everyone! I was at Barn's N Noble earlier today, trying to find some good books to read in my spare time. I was wondering if any of you had some good book suggestions. Any type of book like the Rangers Apprentice series, the Hunger Game series, or any modern day war books would be great Thanks!
I have read so many books throughout my short lifetime and hope to continue forever lol I personally own over 50 books that i've read at least three times each. Here is a list of my favorite books:
The Long Walk
and Under the Dome by Stephan King
Wake by Lisa McMann
The Host by Stephanie Meyer (yeah she was the one who wrote the Twilight books, but don't hold that against her - The Host is amazing, i've read it like 10 times lol)
Everlost, though i dont know who wrote it
Step on a Crack
and Run For Your Life by James Patterson
City of Bones by Clarissa Clare
and the Harry Potter series - JK Rowling
by Victoriaaa7 years ago
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by ptosis4 years ago
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