can you recommend me some good books( read the description please.).
so i’ve been reading really good books lately and i wnat to read like more of these types of books like the hunger games and unwind. those books are really good but i can’t find books like those anymore. there in the sci-fi section but not like aliens and robots and stuff like that. but like what happened…
Some books I recommend would be:Graceling by Kristin CashoreIf you had the power to kill with your bare hands, what would you do with it?Graceling takes readers inside the world of Katsa, a warrior-girl in her late teens with one blue eye and one green eye. This gives her haunting beauty, but also marks her as a Graceling. Gracelings are beings with special talents—swimming, storytelling, dancing. Katsa’s Grace is considered more useful: her ability to fight (and kill, if she wanted to) is unequaled in the seven kingdoms. Forced to act as a henchman for a manipulative king, Katsa channels her guilt by forming a secret council of like-minded citizens who carry out secret missions to promote justice over cruelty and abuses of power.The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexiernold Spirit, a goofy-looking dork with a decent jumpshot, spends his time lamenting life on the “poor-***” Spokane Indian reservation, drawing cartoons (which accompany, and often provide more insight than, the narrative), and, along with his aptly named pal Rowdy, laughing those laughs over anything and nothing that affix best friends so intricately together. When a teacher pleads with Arnold to want more, to escape the hopelessness of the rez, Arnold switches to a rich white school and immediately becomes as much an outcast in his own community as he is a curiosity in his new one. He weathers the typical teenage indignations and triumphs like a champ but soon faces far more trying ordeals as his home life begins to crumble and decay amidst the suffocating mire of alcoholism on the reservation. Alexie’s humor and prose are easygoing and well suited to his young audience, and he doesn’t pull many punches as he levels his eye at stereotypes both warranted and inapt. A few of the plotlines fade to gray by the end, but this ultimately affirms the incredible power of best friends to hurt and heal in equal measure. Younger teens looking for the strength to lift themselves out of rough situations would do well to start here.The Book Thief by Markus Zusakusak has created a work that deserves the attention of sophisticated teen and adult readers. Death himself narrates the World War II-era story of Liesel Meminger from the time she is taken, at age nine, to live in Molching, Germany, with a foster family in a working-class neighborhood of tough kids, acid-tongued mothers, and loving fathers who earn their living by the work of their hands. The child arrives having just stolen her first book–although she has not yet learned how to read–and her foster father uses it, The Gravediggers Handbook, to lull her to sleep when shes roused by regular nightmares about her younger brothers death. Across the ensuing years of the late 1930s and into the 1940s, Liesel collects more stolen books as well as a peculiar set of friends: the boy Rudy, the Jewish refugee Max, the mayors reclusive wife (who has a whole library from which she allows Liesel to steal), and especially her foster parents. Zusak not only creates a mesmerizing and original story but also writes with poetic syntax, causing readers to deliberate over phrases and lines, even as the action impels them forward. Death is not a sentimental storyteller, but he does attend to an array of satisfying details, giving Liesels story all the nuances of chance, folly, and fulfilled expectation that it deserves. An extraordinary narrative.The Maze Runner by James DashnerWhen Thomas wakes up in the lift, the only thing he can remember is his first name. His memory is blank. But he’s not alone. When the lift’s doors open, Thomas finds himself surrounded by kids who welcome him to the Glade—a large, open expanse surrounded by stone walls.Just like Thomas, the Gladers don’t know why or how they got to the Glade. All they know is that every morning the stone doors to the maze that surrounds them have opened. Every night they’ve closed tight. And every 30 days a new boy has been delivered in the lift.Thomas was expected. But the next day, a girl is sent up—the first girl to ever arrive in the Glade. And more surprising yet is the message she delivers.Thomas might be more important than he could ever guess. If only he could unlock the dark secrets buried within his mind.Hope this Helped!
WHAT DO I DO… (i need some advice).
ok i am utterly in love with my mother. I found a book in our garage when I was about 15 and since I have read it 10,000 times. It was like a diary typed up and laminated. Three rings held it together on the side. The story inside was of this man and woman(told first person from her eyes), how they met, when they…
This really isn’t a big deal. You are not in love with your mother, you are in love with the character in the book who happens to be your mother.Isn’t it amazing that when we get older we figure out that our parents are people and not just our “parents” and your mother is a woman and you are now seeing her as one.
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Just Some Random Questions For You Guys ‘Cause I’m Bored.
Hello!So, recently i’ve discovered I get bored too easily and to fix it, I’m writing a bunch of questions for you guys to answer. Just something to do.1) Who’s your favourite super hero?Na na na na na na na na Batman! XD2) What’s your fav TV show?This is slightly embarrassing but…
1) Spider-man , Iron-man and I know I have another one but I can’t think…2) Inbetweeners, Misfits, Being Human, Vampire Diaries…3) Goosebump ones and Jacqueline Wilson ones.4) OMG! Crescendo is so much better than Hush Hush, it’s amazing! I’m reading Forsaken: The Demon Trappers – it’s a good read but the main girl has at least 3 guys lusting over her (omg, what a shocker in books today), and she is bossy and stubborn. But, it picks up a load of points because it kept me page turning. Also, again, I feel sorry for the bad boy in it (I always do) who everyone seems to hate – again. Hence why I love Jace, Patch, Damon….5) Blue Bloods and I’d tell you I love you, but then I’d have to kill you , they both cracked me. They were so boring and pointless. I buy my books, and I hardly ever just give up on it because I force myself to read it since I bought it.6) Um…I dunno, any really – apart from the hunger games because I love food too much.7) Well now that I saw worm underneath it….then worm. The second , which I absolutely abhor, is creases in the paperback spine . I hate it! pahaha8) My garden9) Over a hundred, I’m a vamp after all.10) JAKE SULLY!!! Omfg , you love him too? Ahh! Jace and Patch and Damon too!
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Am I a geek, a nerd, or a dork.
My name is Lua, my interests are listening to Karen Carpenter (Recently), The Seekers, Beatles occasionally, watching classic series of Thomas the Tank Engine (New series I am okay with, but the old ones are better), watching Whose Line is it Anyway?, drawing anime/manga, doodling, daydreaming, writing fan…
Hello there friend. I live in Indonesia too. Moved here about 3 years ago. Before, I lived in America almost all my life– but I am 100% Indonesian. Or so at least my parents are, lol. I truly hate it when people mistaken Muslims as terrorists or whatever, seriously. Islam is like any other religion there is in this world. And I know myself too that Islam is the most popular religion here in Indonesia, and also some other Asian countries like Malaysia. So are you guys like saying all Muslims in this world are freaking terrorists? Heck no! Even if they wanted to make all this as jokes, it ain’t funny, don’tcha agree?So anyway, your question is: “Am I a geek, a nerd, or a dork?”Uh.. don’t think you’re any of it. Honestly I didn’t read much of your writings, but yeah I read some of em. We do have a lot in common. Kinda.Many people consider these three words as the same meanings. They don’t, really. They are usually used for insults though. The differences between a geek, a nerd, and a dork (as far as I know) are:1. Geeks are considered as smart people that usually focus more on technology.2. Nerds are unattractive, above-average intelligent people.3. A “dork” is the most ouchies out of the three. It’s the biggest insult compared to that of “geek” and “nerd.” Search it up in the dictionary– even the dictionary says dorks are stupid people. And to make matters worse, dorks usually assume themselves cool.So there you have it. The difference between the three. Look at yourself, you’re none of these. You’re great just how you are. And no matter what people say about you, you just need to think positive. :]
Recommend me a good book.
I’m in middle school and we have to read 2 books every month. Books I liked and have read/finished the series are The Hunger Games Trilogy, Artemis Fowl, Fablehaven, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Percy Jackson, The Heroes of Olympus, and Flush. Don’t recommend Harry Potter and Twilight because I don’t like it….
The selection by Kiera Cass(second book isn’t out yet but I loved first.)The Sisters Grimms Series by Micheal Buckley(7-9 books in series can’tremeber how many. Awesome twist on common fairy tales.)Dork Diares. Don’t know author. First book called Tales from a not so fabulous life.Similar to Diary of a Wimpy Kid but this is from a girls poignant of veiw.11 Birthdays, Finally, and Thirteen gifts. Don’t HAVE to be read in thisorder but I think you understand a little more. Realistic fiction.Twice upon a time series also by Wendy MassWitch and Wizard is the first book in a series by James Patterson.Alex Rider SeriesEspoinage by A. L. Sowards. More books on that to come!The Lorien Legacies Series. First book is I am number Four.The Limit. Not a series but is a GREAT book. Definite page turner.The Serpent Tide, Widow’s Revenge, Diamondback cave. SO HILARIOUS!!!A hint of romance, some serious thoughts, action adventure, I could just go onand on about these three. You don’t have to read them in this order but it makesmore sense if you do. I love to read and these are probably my favoritebooks on this list, although there are some serious competetors.Good luck! Hope you like one of these books! Happy reading
books that are similar to.
I love reading 🙂 Call me a dork, whatever, it just entertains & relaxes me when I’ve had a long day. SO I want to read some more books. Here’s a list of books I’ve read/loved lately, suggest anything similar ?? I know there’s kinda a lot [they are all good so read them] so try not to name anything…
t Had To Be You by Cecily von ZiegesarGossip Girl by Cecily von ZiegesarYou Know You Love Me by Cecily von ZiegesarAll I Want Is Everything by Cecily von ZiegesarBecause I’m Worth It by Cecily von ZiegesarI Like It Like That by Cecily von ZiegesarYou’re the One That I Want by Cecily von ZiegesarNobody Does It Better by Cecily von ZiegesarNothing Can Keep Us Together by Cecily von ZiegesarOnly in Your Dreams by Cecily von ZiegesarWould I Lie to You? by Cecily von ZiegesarDon’t You Forget About Me by Cecily von Ziegesar————————————–…The luxe by Anna GodbersenRumours by Anna GodbersenEnvy by Anna Godbersen————————————–…The Princess Diaries, Volume I by Meg CabotVolume II: Princess in the Spotlight by Meg CabotVolume III: Princess in Love by Meg CabotVolume IV: Princess in Waiting by Meg CabotVolume IV: Project Princess by Meg CabotVolume V: Princess in Pink by Meg CabotVolume VI: Princess in Training by Meg CabotVolume VI and 1/2: The Princess Present by Meg CabotVolume VII: Party Princess by Meg CabotVolume VII and 1/2: Sweet Sixteen Princess by Meg CabotVolume VII and 3/4: Valentine Princess by Meg CabotVolume VIII: Princess on the Brink by Meg CabotVolume IX: Princess Mia by Meg CabotVolume X: Forever Princess by Meg Cabot————————————–…Shadowland- Love you to Death by Meg CabotNinth Key- High Stakes, by Meg CabotReunion- Mean Spirits, by Meg CabotDarkest Hour- Young Blood, by Meg CabotHaunted- Grave Doubts, by Meg CabotTwilight- Heaven Sent. by Meg Cabot————————————–…The sookie stackhouse by Charlaine HarrisEver night by Claudia GayVacations from hell by Libba Bray, Cassandra Clare, Claudia Gray, Maureen Johnson, and Sarah MlynowskiBeastly by Alex FinnWicked Lovely by Melissa MarrThe Upstairs Room by Johanna ReissScorpions by Walter Dean MyersProm Nights from Hell by Meg Cabot, Stephenie Meyer, Kim Harrison, Lauren Myracle, Michele JaffeWings by Aprilynne PikeInk Exchange by Melissa MarrLove Is Hell by Scott Westerfeld, Melissa Marr, Justine Larbalestier, Gabrielle Zevin, Laurie Faria StolarzVamps by Nancy A. CollinsThe Secret Circle: The Initiation and The Captive Part I by L. J. SmithWondrous Strange by Lesley LivingstonEmily the Strange: The Lost Days by Rob Regers, Jessica GrunerOnce Dead, Twice Shy by Kim HarrisonThe Awakening by Kelley ArmstrongRadiant Darkness by Emily WhitmanFreaked by J. T. DuttonWake by Lisa McmannFor a Few Demons More by Kim HarrisonFade by Lisa McmannKissing Kate by Lauren MyracleDead Witch Walking by Kim HarrisonRhymes With Witches by Lauren MyracleHow to Be Bad by Lauren Myracle, Sarah Mlynowski and E. LockhartDead Witch Walking by Kim HarrisonThe Fashion Disaster that Changed My Life by Lauren MyracleThe Good, the Bad, and the Undead by Kim HarrisonEvery Which Way But Dead by Kim HarrisonA Fistful of Charms by Kim HarrisonL..A.Candy by Lauren ConradThe Outlaw Demon Wails by Kim HarrisonWhite Witch, Black Curse by Kim Harrison
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