How Many Books In The Outlander Series By Diana Gabaldon

What are some really good books.

I am 12 years old and I have a very high reading level so I love to read about love stories and am familiar with the Sara Dessen books so I was just wondering if there are any really good books out there that you guys would recommend. Thanks!!!

You sound a lot like how I was in school. I thought, “Screw children’s books!” and picked up Nora Roberts. Now I’ve collected and read 99% of her titles, and have also come to love Janet Evanovich–uproariously hilarious!–Susan Elizabeth Phillips–my favorite author–Sandra Brown–intriguing suspense and mystery. Diana Gabaldon definitely uses higher vocabulary, had me looking up several words every chapter or so. Her Outlander is my favorite book of all time. Christina Dodd’s books can get a little R-rated, I don’t recommend those for a twelve year old, but if you were interested, her Lost Texas Hearts series was quite the adventure. Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series, though popular and scoffed at by realists, was still entertaining to read. (And trust me, the book was a lot better than the movie.) Harry Potter, considered nerdy, but contains, perhaps metaphorically, the fundamentals of human society–racism, discrimination, good versus evil. The Sunfire romance series are good reads; each book is about a different teenage girl in a different part of history who falls in love and endures major life changes. Those are for young adults, and I think right up your alley. The same with S.E. Hinton’s books. Barbara Cartland is the ultimate romance author, with over 700 books in print, and I absolutely adore her work. Other authors to try are Julie Garwood, Judith McNaught, Danielle Steel, Sophie Kinsella, Catherine Anderson, and Catherine Coulter. Also, the classics are called just that for a reason! There are so many more I could name, but I hope this helps.


I am a bookworm and have read and re-read all my books, and am in the mood for something new.

Since you didn’t tell us how old your are or what types of books you enjoy, I’m going to list books of all genres for kids, teens, and adults.Oh: Try this web site, too. This lady has the most WONDERFUL lists of books, divided by age group. You’ll surely find something you love there.Books and More for Kids and Adults…Series for kids and/or teens:Madeleine L’Engle’s “Time” Quintet (although if you’re an adult and have never read these books, you really need to read them and then share them with your kids):A Wrinkle in TimeA Wind in the DoorA Swiftly Tilting PlanetAn Acceptable TimeMany WatersThere’s also Lucy Maud Montgomery’s “Anne of Green Gables” series. Start with the book of that title and if you love it, there are 7 more books by L.M. Montgomery that are about Anne as she grows up and her marriage and children. There is also a new book, recently released, called “Before Green Gables” (I think), that is about Anne’s parents and her childhood before the Green Gables series began.If you like mysteries, try the Trixie Belden series. There are a lot of books, but the best ones are the first 5. After the 5th book, they’re not all that great.Trixie Belden and the Secret of the MansionTrixie Belden and the Red Trailer MysteryTrixie Belden and the Gatehouse MysteryTrixie Belden and the Mysterious VisitorTrixie Belden and the Mystery off Glen RoadElizabeth Enright’s “Melendy family” quartet and “Gone-away Lake” duo can be hard to find in bookstores, but your library should have them and usually is able to get them.- The Saturdays- The Four-Story Mistake- And Then There were Five- Spiderweb for Two* Gone-Away Lake* Return to Gone-AwayAnd how about the “Magic” series by Edward Eager:Half MagicMagic by the LakeTime GardenKnight’s CastleMagic or Not?Well-WishersSeven-Day MagicSeries for (mainly) adults:Diana Gabaldon’s OUTLANDER series (you have never met a sexier, hunkier, lovelier man in fiction than Jamie Fraser):- Outlander (called ‘Cross-Stitch’ in the UK)- Dragonfly in Amber- Voyager- Drums of Autumn- The Fiery Cross- A Breath of Snow & AshesAdriana Trigiani’s BIG STONE GAP series:- Big Stone Gap- Big Cherry Holler- Milk Glass Moon- Home to Big Stone GapAlso by Adriana Trigiana- Lucia, LuciaElizabeth Buchan’s WIVES duo:- Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman- Wives Behaving Badly (this is the sequel)Jasper Fforde’s THURSDAY NEXT series (be sure you read the copyright page, all the footnotes, the adverts in the back -it’s all relevant! The books are set in an alternate universe where some things are identical with our earth and some things are ….. most definitely not! His books are very funny, but it’s a type of funny that sometimes borders on the bizarre.):- The Eyre Affair- Lost in a Good Book- The Well of Lost Plots- Something Rotten- Thursday Next: First Among SequelsDean Koontz’ ODD THOMAS series (he sees dead people, but it isn’t horror):- Odd Thomas- Forever Odd- Brother Odd- Odd HoursThe Fionavar Tapestry Books by Guy Gavriel Kay:- The Summer Tree- The Wandering Fire- The Darkest RoadAnd then there are Katherine Kurtz’s Deryni books. Some of these books are out of print and can be hard to find even in a used book store, but it’s worth finding them all. To read them by their internal chronology, the order is:* Camber of Culdi* Saint Camber* Camber the Heretic* The Harrowing of Gwynedd* King Javan’s Year* The Bastard Prince* In the King’s Service* Childe Morgan* Deryni Rising* Deryni Checkmate* High Deryni* The Bishop’s Heir* The King’s Justice* The Quest for Saint Camber* King Kelson’s BrideMarion Zimmer Bradley has written a brilliant retelling of the King Arthur legend: The Mists of Avalon. The legend is retold from the point of view of the women. She has also written quite a number of books that come before “Mists” and are centered on the mystical island of Avalon (*not* Glastonbury!) and the community of women who worship the Goddess. Whether or not you’re interested in reading the entire series, “Mists” is a book you won’t want to pass up.Although they’re not a series, Gregory McGuire’s fairy-tale retellings are brilliant:- Wicked- Mirror, Mirror- Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister- LostRichard North Patterson has written a number of books that are legal thrillers. The characters overlap – all the books are related but it isn’t truly a “series.”* The Lasko Tangent* The Outside Man* Escape The Night* Private Screening* Degree of Guilt* The Final Judgment(also published as Caroline Masters)* Eyes of a Child* Silent Witness* No Safe Place* Dark Lady* Protect and Defend* Balance of Power* Conviction* Exile* The Race Free vampire books

What do people find appealing in the Twilight series.

Ok. I read all the books, and I regret every minute of it. Long hours of bad writing and cheesy plots didn’t make it for me. AND NOW! I WANT AN EXPLANATION! Why are people so obsessed with those books and the movies? I don’t get it! The movies are a perfect mix of bad acting and ridiculous lines! …. Omg,…

I think the whole series is awful. Not just because of the writing (which is so, so bad), or the crazy fangirls (who are irritating). Not because of the romance. I enjoy some romance in my reading. Not even because of the vampires and werewolves – vampire fiction is my favourite genre, and I even have a few vampire novels to my name (written around twelve years before this tripe slithered out from under its rock, thank goodness, so I can’t be accused of ‘copying’ the moron).I hate the series because it is basically one big how-to manual for stalkers. Meyer creates this misogynistic world where stalking, suicidal feelings, emotional abuse, and physical abuse are ‘romantic’, and where girls pine away for the man who is abusing them. And little girls are taking this to heart! I cannot count how many girls I’ve heard declare that they want a man who will treat them the way Edward treats Bella. I’ve also heard girls remark on how depressed they are when they realise that Edward and/or Jacob are fictional characters and they’ll never have one of them. It’s all thoroughly disturbing. :(As for suggestions… Have you read Charlaine Harris’ Southern Vampire Mysteries? The plots are exponentially better than anything that dribbled out of Meyer’s brain, they have some great humour, and they were being published far before the Twilight craze began. The Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon is good, if you enjoy time travel and historical fiction.

what is your fave book/movie that you could watch over and over again and it will never get boring.

Why is it your fave and how many times have you read it so far? I need help on decided on a book to read….maybe one of your fave books could help me.AND IF YOU SAY BIBLE TRUST ME YOURS WILL NOT GET BEST ANSWER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!…

Books:Romance – The Windflower by Laura London (Sharon and Tom Curtis)Inspirational – Man’s Search for Meaning by Victor Frankl (Holocaust)Historical – The Outlander by Diana Gabaldon (First in a series)Classic – A Separate Peace by John Knowles (Always new layers of meaning)Movies:Life is BeautifulSound of MusicDirty DancingJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatA Knight’s TaleFour FeathersSixteen CandlesMonty Python and the Search for the Holy GrailGrease

Can someone just give me a complete overview of the novel Outlander or Cross Stitch by Diana Gabaldon.

SPOILERS AND ALL PLEASE. I am currently at the start of chapter 3. I realize the books just decrease in quality. My English teacher recommended it to me, but I have a serious issue with cheating. So it kind of bothers me that she will be falling in love with someone else while her marriage with Frank is so great….

She stays in the past and is forced to marry Jamie. She didn’t want to marry him, but had to–and after all, Frank didn’t exist in the 1700s so that marriage wasn’t valid and she wasn’t committing bigamy. She and Jamie fall madly in love, they have many adventures, and she becomes pregnant. She starts to try to return to the future, but she stops because she loves Jamie too much. At that point, the novel ends.The second novel begins when she’s back in the 20th century, with her and Jamie’s now grown daughter. She was forced to flee back to the present to escape death in the wake of the 1745 Battle of Colloden. Then the rest of the novel is a flashback of her and Jamie’s life and adventures in the years 1743-1745, at the end of which she escapes to the present. When she gets there, she’s traumatized from the battle and pregnant, too. She gets back with Frank, who has thought for the past 2 years that she was dead. She tells him what happened, and that she’s pregnant. He doesn’t believe her but wants her baby to have a father so they get back together and try to salvage their marriage. She consults historical records and learns that Jamie is dead so she has no reason ever to go back to the past again. But at the end of the novel, she learns that Jamie isn’t dead.The third novel is about her efforts to return to Jamie. We learn what she’s been up to in the 20th century. She and Frank moved to the USA and raised her daughter together while Claire also became a doctor. She and Frank don’t love each other anymore and Frank has lots of affairs with his young students, but they stay together for the sake of “their” daughter. When Claire learns Jamie survived the Battle of Colloden, she resolves to return to him, and she eventually succeeds. I think Frank died before this, too.The rest of the novels are in the past with Claire and Jamie together. Their daughter and daughter’s boyfriend also travel to the past too.

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  1. Fahrenheit 451Patricia Cornwell writes a really good series focusing around a medical examiner named Kay Scarpetta.To Kill a Mockingbird-Harper Leethe man who mistook his wife for a hat- oliver sacksArtemis Fowl SeriesHmm, I’m not a fan in the least but I have read the books just to be able to say that I did, and I think part of the appeal is that Bella is a teenage girl that “falls in love” like all teenager girls tend to think they do when they meet their first boyfriends and such. Plus the superficial views of it. What teenager is thinking about “Oh, he’s decent and treats me good” most are thinking “omg he’s so hot and look at those ripped abs”

  2. So I think the appeal is that it plays into the female fantasy where you can get into the head of a perfect character that leads and ‘exciting’ life and always comes out on top.Clay—David Almond

  3. His Dark Materials by Phillip PullmanThe Uglies SeriesThe Seven Habits of Highly Effective Families by Stephan R Coveythe house of night series by P.C Cast and Kierstin Cast (marked, Betrayed, Chosen, Untamed, and Hunted) they are about vampires also and they are very good they also include forbidden love (in some cases) these are about a girl who gets marked (changed into a vampire) and she must leave her old life behind and go to a new school for vampires and she soon finds herself to be very different from the rest of the students at the school.The Brambles—Eliza Minot

  4. Here’s some teen fantasy books to purge the sparkles from your mind:I don’t know how old are you, or what genre of books you like. But I’ll list my favourites for you..andIngo series by Helen DunmoreThe Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents, The Wee Free Men, A Hat Full of Sky, Wintersmith, Johnny only you can save mankind and the following two books- By Terry Pratchett.

  5. I didnt know, i just love the BOOKS, but for the movies, all is dissapointing me, there are so many scenes were being changed out of the way, and scenes that were hidden by the director ( like first movie).Lol, this has to be one of the most asked questions on here! I swear the people that hate it are just as obsessed with hating it as the ones that love it are obsessed with loving it! Whether or not you like Twilight is almost becoming a stereotype. I say who cares. Let people read what they want to read. But anyways to answer the question the best to my ability…..

  6. Jinx by Meg CabotA Midsummer DreamThe SupernaturalistsAs for reading suggestions….well all I know is that you don’t like Twilight lol but I’ll give a list of some personal favorites:And I’m not sure if Twilight has given you a complete aversion to vampire story but I thought the House of Nite Series by PC and Kristen Cast wasn’t bad.

  7. As an adult – I love mysteries and fantasy. JD Robb is one of my favorites – I can read her books over and over again and not get bored. I also love Tolkein.

  8. junk-melvin burgessI read the books and enjoyed them well enough. I only watched Twilight and didn’t like it so I didn’t bother with New Moon. I personally think that so many people love it for a few reasons. 1. They didn’t read the book, and they think the actors in the movie are hot. 2. They liked the series but are just continuing to make it a bigger hype than it should be. I liked the books before it was popular and now well I’ve almost decided not to like it just because I don’t like the people that are obsessed.So no, you aren’t crazy… the only thing that would make me think maybe you are is the fact that you KEPT READING after you realized you don’t like it… oh well.The Pendragon Series-DJ MacHaleBetter: A Surgeon’s Notes on Performance—Atul GawandeTwilight sucked, I wonder how many recommendation’s you’ll get, and how many thumbs down will I get! 😛

  9. Actually I read a lot, sna have a few that i will read again and again. Almost all of Laurell K Hamilton’s books[many of them I have read five or more times], Amazonia by James Rollins [working on the third reading], Sherrilyn Kenyon also has the Dark Hunter Series that I have read many times. Mostly though, if there is a new movie coming out, and I like the previews, I will go find the novel, if I like the novel [they come out before the movies go to the theatres most of the time, and I nearly get killed for telling the ending] I’ll go see the movie, and then go home and read the book again to see what they missed.The Devil Wears Prada-Lauren Weisgerber (or something)Relationship Rescue by Dr.PhilThe Inkheart Series-Cornelia FunkeOliver Twist

  10. Or if you’re into something a little more “grown up”, try the Dexter series by Jeff Lindsay. “Darkly Dreaming Dexter” and “Dearly Devoted Dexter” are the first two. Can’t necessarily recommend the third book in the series since I haven’t read it yet.His Dark Materials- By Philip Pullman.

  11. those are all I can think of right now!! =)still if your stomach is not full read theseTwilight by Stephenie Meyer (will love all in the series I’m sure once they’re all published)

  12. you can read theseHarry Potters fun, even for adults, at least I enjoyed the books .This will sound crazy, but I used to watch Disney’s animated Robin Hood and The Little Mermaid over and over again. I’d put them on and listen to them while I cleaned house. I moved and every thing went into storage and so I haven’t watched them in ages. Went through withdrawal too.The Turn of the Screw-Henry JamesHarry PotterSharp Teeth—Toby BarlowSphere-Michael CrichtonAnd the best part is, for now, they’re all FREE. You can read them with Kindle Unlimited – if you don’t have Kindle Unlimited Google how to get a free trial, and all those books are free. They can be read online, with a free Kindle phone app, or on a Kindle.

  13. Ereth’s Birthday by Avi I read this to my kids. I loved the creative exclamations from the porcupine. Cute, funny and like I told my kids, it takes a person with brains to swear without ever using a cuss word. ( I wish I had brains )

  14. Evernight by Claudia GrayI’ve read ‘A Man’s Search’ twice and tried to read ‘A Briefer History’ a second time, but I think it’s a little over my head or something. I just can’t seem to retain the info as much as I’d like to. Bless Dr, Hawking for trying to make it easier to understand though.I cannot tell you how many times I saw the movie or read the book, because at this point, I just don’t count anymore!

  15. The Road—Cormac McCarthyA Briefer History of Time by Dr.Stephen HawkingTom’s Midnight Garden—Philippa Pearce

  16. House of the Scorpion-Nancy FarmerThe Seven Habits of Highly Effective PeopleThe Rights of the Reader—Daniel Pennac i would like you to me by messanger friend if you to then invite me with on ID

  17. Sounds lame but really excellent books and highly addictive. There’s a hope heap of them and she’s still writing so just start from the beginning and you should be kept occupied for a while!

  18. Jessica Darling sequence: Sloppy First, 2nd Helpings, Charmed Thirds and Fourth Comings, and the subsequent e book which hasn’t been released yet. this is approximately this female. i does not say this is a female e book although this is great. This e book isn’t myth or journey in any respect so i’m uncertain in case you will like it. Plus between the character’s call has the comparable call as Manda and she or he’s style of… properly… so now i’m notably helpful you will not like it yet… brushing off the certainty that Manda is between the adversarial characters interior the story. No magic, no scuffling with (different than one catfight between the antagonists) right here.

  19. You’re not crazy, I read the first book and saw the two movies, I gave the series a fair shot but I’m not really into them either. The first book was decent for a first time novelist, but yea its cheesy. The movies were okay, not horrible but not anything excellent.

  20. [DELDUP()]The HostDevilish by Maureen JohnsonHuckleberry FinnYoung Adult book, Beyond the Western Sea, Escape from home, by AviI’m assuming you’ve read:

  21. Dear John-Nicolas SparksLord Of the Rings- By J.R.R Tolkien.Narnia- By C. S. Lewis.Mister God, This is Anna by FlynnPrey-Michael CrichtonThe City of Bones Series-Cassandra ClareThe movie will be “A nightmare before Christmas” (Tim Burton)If you’re looking for more of just an entertaining read:Godless2. Harry potterAnna Rice, Dean R Koontz, the Twilight series, there are tons of authors that write exceptionally well. Go to the library and there you can find anything.

  22. I liked Twilight when I first read it three years ago because it was totally different from anything that I had ever read. It had been years since a popular human-vampire romance was written, and I think that Stephenie Meyer hit the market at a good time. However, after everyone started making such a hoopla about the series, their appeal greatly diminished in my eyes. I started really scrutinizing the series, and I found several things that I disliked. First of all, I hated Edward’s treatment of Bella the second time around. I couldn’t stand that he treated her like a small child by taking her engine out of her car, bribing Alice to kidnap her when he went out hunting, and pretty much controlling her every move. Out of the 23 characteristics of an abusive relationship, Edward and Bella had TEN! It is completely alarming that teens everywhere are modeling their dream guy after Edward. In addition to Edward’s controlling ways, I also found some of his lines very cheesy. When he would call Bella “my love” or make any other cheesy comments, it would make me want to hurl. Overall, I still find myself feeling some strange affection for the novels. I read them at a difficult time in my life, and they totally distracted me from everything else that was going on. However, I have since found a MUCH better vampire series. The Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris are amazing! You have not read a vampire novel until you’ve read this series. Anyways, good luck! I hope that you find something good to read 😀

  23. Other Great books I’ve re-read areIt’s porn for teen girl’s basically… it features a girl who doesn’t have toooo much of a personality, so can be easily replaced in the reader’s mind with themselves… a teenaged Everyman. The male doesn’t want to pressure the girl to have sex, wants to listen to their every word, likes to sit around and look at her and tell her how pretty and special she is, and pretty much lives to try and make her happy. True, if it was real life, any girl who had to deal with that nonsense would get mad fast (not to mention call the cops for his stalker-ish tendencies), but as a fictional character, that’s pretty appealing. It’s a nice, harmless, escapist fantasy. Some love it, and some find it annoying and weird. Both views are OK as long as you’re not (a) buying creepy edward Cullen shower curtains (which DO exist unfortunatly) or writing “Mrs. Jacob Black” all over your binder or (b) spending all of your time bashing people who do like the series.Grapes of WrathThe OutsidersThe Alex Cross Series-James Patterson1. The cayAndAdult book, Six of One, by Rita Mae BrownAlright, I will be the first to admit, I am an ex-Twihard (from back in the day when “twihard” wasn’t even a word and you could say “Edward Cullen” without preteens everywhere breaking out in squeels). In my defense, I was slightly younger.AndThe Alex Rider series (7 books), Raven’s Gate and following books- By Anthony Horowitz.Don’t be confused by my argument, I hate the books. But I like to keep and opened mind and have an objective view.Twilight’s good too if you haven’t already read them (twilight new moon eclipse and breaking dawn) they are about a girl who falls in love with a vampirethe age of innocence-edith whartonGone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell

  24. The Host by Stephenie MeyerAs the first answerer predicted: Twilight series.Lemony Snicket a series of unfortunate events.D:

  25. Well, I don’t know how many times I’ve watched it but I really liked Independence Day. I love the scene where he’s dragging that alien over the desert. Gets me every time. I don’t know why.that’s a tale about non-violent, emotional vampires. it rather is adverse to each and every thing adult males love. we choose violence, pillaging, slaughtering human beings, and no emotion. Vampire baseball? gay. considering the fact that no human being get’s their throats slashed, I hated Twilight. i know no longer a unmarried male who likes it, except for identifying to purchase a shot at banging Bella.

  26. By the way, you can find a lot of great ebooks for free at”Lost from Atlantis Book 1″ – Book 2 is going to be out in the next 6 weeks or so, Book 3 is written and in editing and will be out sometime in the next few months.Life Expectancy-Dean Koontz (best book EVER)The GiverArtemis Fowl Series-Eoin ColferGo to and search:Sookie Stackhouse / Southern Vampire SeriesEragonAlso, idk what kind of books you like, but a book I really enjoyed was “Dragon Sword and Wind Child” by Noriko Ogiwara. It’s based on the tales of the Magatama (written before she started doing manga to my knowledge.)

  27. hello and snap!Harry Potter-JK Rowlingyour not wrong or crazy for hating it. They made the movies horrible. i happen to like the twilight saga books (books…) and well there are things that the author did that really bothered me about how she wrote it and crap. i still like ..but for me i think i like it mostly for some of the characters.

  28. as well as all the harry potters, the lord of the rings triology and the hobbit, my parents bought me a very old copy that i treasurehistoric Fiction: the two sides of Time sequence- Caroline B. Cooney (additionally romance) Bloody Jack sequence-L. A. Meyer (additionally journey) If I might desire to Die earlier I Wake- Han Nolan the super and poor attractiveness sequence- Libba Bray (additionally fantasyish fiction) the different Boleyn female- Philippa Gregory The Queen’s fool- Philippa Gregory The consistent Princess- Philippa Gregory The Bolelyn Inheritance- Philippa Gregory The e book Thief- Markus Zusak Fantasyish Fiction Twilight sequence- Stephenie Meyer (additionally romance) The Mediator sequence- Meg Cabot (additionally romance) Avalon severe- Meg Cabot (sorta) Uglies sequence-Scott Westerfeld Midnighters sequence- Scott Westerfeld Fiction: All American female- Meg Cabot Airhead- Meg Cabot The Earth, My Butt, and different great around issues – Carolyn Mackler Fly on the Wall- E. Lockhart Megan Meade’s handbook to the McGowan Boys- Kate Brian fortunate T- Kate Brian The 5 human beings You Meet in Heaven- Mitch Albom My Sister’s Keeper- Jodi Picoult replace of coronary heart- Jodi Picoult The Da Vinci Code- Dan Brown Romance: The Angels Trilogy- Lurlene Mcdaniel The %.- Jodi Picoult The computer- Nicholas Sparks secret: Stranger With My Face- Lois Duncan Down a dismal corridor- Lois Duncan Locked in Time-Lois Duncan Any e book by using R.L Stine Non- Fiction a new child called It- Dave Pelzer Who Killed My Daughter- Louis Duncan Diary of a youthful female- Anne Frank

  29. You notice most people who like it are teenage girls. Teenage girls like romance, and although I’m sure this could be argued, Twilight is a romance. Sure the plot was cheesy but so? A lot of plots are and they still make it just fine. The idea of forbidden romance has always been appealing and Twilight makes it look almost perfect which doesn’t exist in real life. Not everyone wants to read things realistically. As for the bad writing, well it’s definitely not literature but I think that’s just an excuse not to like it. You mean to tell me everyone that hates Twilight is only interested in things that are well written. Yeah, I don’t think so seeing as many Twilight haters loved Harry Potter which is really not much better written. (I mean this word wise not plot wise).eight now im readingSome from childhood, I read and reread to bring back memories of my childhood – memories of family and home. My favorite is The Velveteen Rabbit.All of these will get you thinkingThe Guardian-Nicolas SparksI’d like to re-read ‘The Five People’. I need to get it from the library though.

  30. 1984-George OrwellGreat stuff,Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.Angels and Demons-Dan BrownAs a bookstore owner I have read so many books. I have always loved reading. I have several favorite books.and the book……well it’s actually a children book, I have it since I have 8 years old or something like that, “The Giving tree” (Shel Silverstein)

  31. The Five People you meet in Heaven By AlbomVery good series, actucally. It’s worth reading.ive recently read:Queuing for Beginners: The Story of Daily Life from Breakfast to Bedtime—Joe Moranjane eyreOf Mice and Menthe vampire academy by Richelle Mead these include vampire academy frostbite and shadow kissed these are verry good also they are about a vampire and her gaurdian and what they go through at the vampire academyTry the Pit Dragon series by Jane Yolen.The Alex Rider Series-Anthony HorowitzOne of my favorites is “The Secret Garden”. I read that at least a dozen times when I was younger. You can read it for free:

  32. Look up classics. They always are good.Define NormalEnder’s Game by Orson Scott Card (love the series)

  33. the kite runnerPeople just like the main character, handsome, cool and blah2. then they are being crazy and forget everything.

  34. The great gatsby- f.scott fitzgeraldBooks:the Mortal Instruments trilogy by Cassandra ClareDraculaThe Great GatsbyQueuing for Beginners—Joe MoranThere’s always Harry Potter, too.Sorry Some Have Love.anything written by Rosemary Clement Moore[/DELDUP]Man’s search for Meaning by Viktor E FranklThe Dark Tower Series by Stephen King starts with The GunslingerThe Inheritance Cycle-Christopher PaoliniThere are a few decent John Grisham books, and Michael Connelly writes some decent stuff too. You could also go with classics like “Jane Eyre”, “Pride & Prejudice”, “Sense & Sensibility”, etc.these are some good ones that aren’t about vampires:Clay—David AlmondHarry Potter SeriesSkellig—David AlmondThe Bean TreesBooks I recommend that I’ve recently readSkellig—David AlmondGod bless

  35. the catcher in the rye- j.d salinger by FAR my favourite book ever.Inkheart series by Cornelia FunktAngels & DemonsMorganville Vampire Seriesthe blue is for nightmares series by Laurie Stolarz these are Blue is for Nightmares, White is for Magic, Silver is for Secrets, and Red is for Rememberance. these are about a girl who has these dreams that horriable things happens to her friends and this has happened before and one of her friends died so now she’s trying to stop them from coming true”Death by MURDER David Lindsay” – you have to search that way or it won’t come up. There’s lots of sex in that one but this post is 7 years old so it’s okay.and okay the BEST series ever is The Mortal Instrument series by Cassandra Clare it includes City of Bones (#1) City of Ashes (#2) and City of Glass (#3) they are about “shadow hunters” which are like demon hunters. and there are so many twists and turns in these books and they are full of action and forbidden romance. They are so good I would defiantly recommend them”Super Spaghetti”The Road—Cormac McCarthyTithe (and sequels) by Holly Blacki read my older sisters a level reading list -NightworldFavourite Book: The Honourable School Boy

  36. well that goes for me too. I’m also a bookworm and the series i love to read now is the “Twilight Saga” written by Stephenie Meyer.It’s a very sweet and romantic love story about a vampire and a human girl. A lot of people have also read this and it is a very popular novel. if you like love stories, this is the best book for you:D(*)

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