divergent series, the Fault in Our Stars, and the Great Gatsby
Hunger games. Harry potter and twilight
The fault in our stars, Looking for alaska and Paper towns. All by John Green
The Prophecy of The Stones by Flavia Bujor, Struck By Lightning by Chris Colfer and Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne
All these book choices are all the same , 'the hunger games etc , these books means nothing.
I recommend if you are into good literature , 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' by Oscar Wilde , 'The Importance of being Earnest' , and 'Lady Chatterley's lover'.
Ok... one is "Pocket Full of Love", two is "The Magician's Tale"... Idk bout the third!
I would definitely recommend "Many lives, many masters". You may or may not believe in reincarnation and stuff, but this book will change your perspective of life. You will stop fearing death and start looking at things in a much more broader perspective.
the hunger games, twilight, and trash
The Hunger Games series, Dan brown -Angels and demon , Jane Austen - Emma
Percy Jackson, The Spooks Apprentice, and The School for Good and Evil
I would recommend Angels and Demons, Silver Wing and Dracula: The undead.
Thirteen Reasons Why, Wintergirls, Romeo and Juliet
Crank by Ellen Hopkins.
I'm not sure you'd even be allowed to read that in school. But it shows
the side of the world that alot of people don't see. Including the pain
of getting yourself into drugs.
I'd have to say 1984 by George Orwell, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, and the Across the Universe trilogy by Beth Revis (I know trilogy means three books but still, it's a great and original story that wouldn't be complete if you only read the first book). And no, the last one doesn't have anything to do with the movie of the same title or The Beatles song.
Beautiful Creatures books, Hunger Games, Divergent Books
harry potter,1984 and Catch 22: this book is so amazing. It was probably one of the best books I have ever read!
The Fault in Our Stars, the Divergent series and...the Uglies series?
To Kill a Mockingbird, by Lee Harper
Godfly, by Lilian Voinich
War and Peace, by Lev Tolstoi
Spirit Rebellious by K. Gibran, The Winners Stand Alone by P. Coelho and Marketing Management by P. Kotler
on the road, a new pair of glasses, anything by irvine walsh or chuck p.
Try those books which are not movie based....Not used in movies till now...
I think everyone should read :
Gandhi The Man The Story of His Transformation
The alchemist by Paulo Coelho. It really made me think about life and tiny little coincidences that we are almost always unaware of.
Cold Coffee by Ahmet Batman, Turkish writer. I haven't read it yet so i can't say anything about it but many people say that it's a great novel about men, women and love.
And i personally reccomend Rizzoli&Isles series by Tess Gerritsen. Definitely successful books for crime fiction lovers.
Bhagwat geeta, Veda's and Upanishads.
If you are able to read and understand these books nothing in this world will be beyond your reach!
The secret diary of Adrian mole aged 13 and 3/4
Harry Potter series
The secret vampire
The city of gold and lead , high five , full blast
The Last Dragon Chronicles, Harry Potter Series, and The Series Of Unfortunate Events.
She's Come Undone. Saying A Prayer For Owen Meany. Don't Sweat The Small Stuff.
"The Fault in our Stars", and "The Hunger Games" series are books I personally like to read.
the Bluest Eye, Works of Shakespeare and Georgette Heyer if you're looking to improve vocabulary.
Paulo coelho - The Alchemist
Bible, Secret of open Health and others
Eragon series, Divergent series, The Davinci code
I would recommend The Great Gatsby, The Catcher in the Rye, and Lord of the Flies!
Black Dagger Brotherhood by J. R. Ward
Guild Hunter series by Nalini Singh
The Bowers Files by Steven James
All quitet on the western front
Ann Franks diary
Lord of The Rings
All by Bradburry :)
I think you should really read Tangerine it is a great book. Also I love books by Kerri Smith she is a great author. I think.
Lord of the rings: Fellowship of the ring, Lord of the rings: The two towers and Lord of the rings: Return of the king
1. The Alchemist
2. The Fifth Mountain
3. Veronica Decides to Die
The Fault In Our Stars, The Hunger Games, Divergent
The Lightning Thief
The Last Olympian
The House of Hades
Magic tree house, Harry Potter series, and some action books...
First is Money Hungry, Second is The Other Normals, Third is Teen Angst.
The Waste Land by T S Eliot
Collected Poems of Philip Larkin
Nine Horses by Billy Collins
Hunger Games, Catching Fire, Mocking Bird.
- She's Come Undone.
Saying A Prayer For Owen Meany.
Don't Sweat The Small Stuff.
The Bible, The Dark Tower (series) by Stephen King, and the Art Of War.
All 3 give great advice about life, every day living, how you should act, and what you can expect from others.
"The Art of Seduction," "The Game", "The Picture of Dorian Gray"
The Hunger Games , Lord of The Rings , and Croniceles of Narinia.
Eregon series, the false prince, and lord of the Rings series
I would like to recommend some books like The Sun Also Rises, The secret History, Native Son, Leaves of Grass, Portrait of a Lady.
"Fifty Shades of Grey"
"Fifty Shades Darker" and last but not least
"Fifty Shades Freed"
The Giver, The Scarlet Letter, and also The Perks of Being a Wallflower
A Fine Balance
12 Years A Slave
Hunger games series, divergent series, fallen series
The Gift of Fear
Streetcar named Desire
Spirits of Louisiana ; Experiences of a Cajun Medium
There is only one book i think everybody should read and that's "the fault in our stars" its such a lifechanging story!! Read the book before watching the film!
Divergent trilogy, Hunger games trilogy, and anything by Frank Perreti, ok, that's more than three, but whatever, oh wait, scratch that last part and make it Skipping Christmas by John Grisham. Or Gresham, I forgot how to spell his last name.
The Game is Life, Seasons of the Moon Series, and Dare You To
IN MY SOUL I AM FREE by Brad Steiger
BIOGRAPHY OF A MODERN PROPHET by Harold Klemp
JONATHAN LIVINGSTONE SEAGULL by Richard Bach
Harry Potter, Twilight, Hunger Games
Three books that I believe everyone should read in the U.S. Are The Great Gatsby, Fahrenheit 451,and Hamlet (can't guess that I was an English teacher !). I do not hesitate to recommend reading The Bible or The Koran.
I cannot read, but if I could I would read only stories written by women.
1. Not without my daughter
2. Kite Runner
Well - recommending something that everyone should read is an impossible task but here goes:
1.The Fatal Impact by Alan Moorehead
2.The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom
3.The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
The Hitchhiker's Guide To the Galaxy, A Spell For Chameleon, and Co. Aytch.
1. The Fault in Our Stars
2. Gone Girl: A Novel
Harry potter,Divergent series,Hunger Games
1. Redeeming love by Francine Rivers
2. Sons and lovers by D.H. Lawrence
Three books: Jane Eyre, The Lottery and Hamlet
My choices are following:
Rangers Apprentice series! :D
28 & a half wishes, waking up married, and stalk me
boy in the striped pyjamas
The Fault in Our Stars, Divergent, The Hunger Games
The fault in our stars, The perks of being a wallflower and The statistical probability of love at first sight.
The travelling restaurant this book is soooo good
Hunger games, twilight, and beautiful creatures.
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Eragon series, Jim Corbett books, The Great Gatsby... ;-)
Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, The Three Musketeers
The hunger games, The vampire diaries and 50 shades trilogy
This list is supposed to be for books everyone should read and I am surprised to see that nobody mentioned any non-fiction books.
Everyone should read Seven Habits by Stephen Covey, Four Agreements by Don Ruiz and One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard
Diary of Wimpy Kid
Harry Potter, The Monsters of Morely Manor, and Percy Jackson
True at First Light - Hemingway
The Grapes of Wrath - Steinbeck
This Side of Paradise - Fitzgerald
The Fault in our Stars, Harry Potter, and the Hunger Games
Hugo Notre Dame de Paris.
Lev Tolstoy "Karenina" Anna
Hemingway "a farewell to arms"
Ruby Redfort - Look into my eyes. Alex Rider, Scorpia. Jaqueline Wilson, Love Lessons
Bear in mind I'm a child so these are in my opinion the best children's books
The Outsiders, Tuck Everlasting, and most of all the book based on the tv sitcom F.R.I.E.N.D.S....
Half of a Yellow sun, The Fault in our Stars and Mysteries of the Wild
1) Divergent 2) Harry Potter 3) Hunger Games
house of the scorpion - nancy farmer
I don't know about three but my favourite is Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe.
1) The hunger games- "The Hunger Games," a fight to the death on live TV
2) Gone with the Wind-The tale of a spoiled, manipulative daughter of a wealthy plantation owner
3 )Memoirs of a Geisha-learn the story of a woman's life as a geisha
I suspect that everyone will want to read these titles:
(1) "For Whom the Bell Tolls" by Ernest Hemingway
(2) "Man's Search for Meaning" by Viktor Frankl, and...
(3) "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie
2. Art of Deception (Jarry d gray)
I could list a thousand. Given the state of affairs in the world today, I think I would pick these three:
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Lord of the Flies by William Golding
i think you should read the 3 mistake of my life
HUNGER GAMES= A WASTE OF TIME. I read all three of these books and they were awful. I don't know if i just dont like to read or what. But there are good books out there. How about The Laughing Circus, Matteo Alacran, and the Left Behind series.
Arthur Conan Doyle, Sidney Sheldon, and Agatha Christie are three authors I would suggest anyone to read.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger.
These books have stood the test of time and hopefully they'll continue to - they might be old, but it's still so easy to relate to the characters!
I'm harry potter lover, so I'd say the Harry Potter series books.
The DaVinci Code, Anna Karenina, The Idiot.
The DaVinci Code, Red and Black, The Idiot.
A History of Western Philosophy -Bertrand Russell
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams
The Two Towers - J.R.R. Tolkien
1. The Three Editions of 'The Land of Stories' by Chris Colfer: The Land of Stories, The Land of Stories: The Enchantress Returns, The Land of Stories: A Grimm Warning
2. 'Tuf Voyaging' by George R.R. Martin
3.' Down The Rabbit Hole' by Peter Abrahams
The Secret, Five Pint Someone and The Monk Who Sold His Ferarri
Titanic, Harry Potter
I like to read the books Harry Potter, and The Vampire Diaries...
Anna Karenina, Harry Potter and The Fault in our Stars.
Harry Potter and Twilight and Anne of Green Gables
Genesis, The Catcher in the Rye, Decoded by Jay-Z
1: "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues," by Tom Robbins
2: "The Sun Also Rises," by Ernest Hemingway
3: Sherlock Holmes by Doyle
-The fault in our Stars by Greene
4: Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes
5: Cutting stone by verghese
The Secret Language of Birthdays is a definite
Rangers apprentice, The 39 Clues... And Harry Potter of course!
The unwanteds series, the 39 clues series, and the Percy Jackson series.
Too many to choose from
1. City of Bones
2. The Book Thief
3. Shatter Me