Maximum Ride

After reading the series of Twilight - Mortal Engines - Harry Potter and Maximum Ride what would you recommend to read next?

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July 07, 2009 11:37PM

I believe that you should read the maximum ride sereies, it is a great way to let time fly while reading! I would also say reading a sad story would help, such as the lake house, or my sisters keeper. They are both sad The Legend of Drizzt series written by R.A. Salvatore is an amazing Action/Fantasy series. Also the Midnighters trilogy by Scott Westerfeld is kind of like a Fantasy/Horror series. There are gazillions of amazing books for teens out there, be sure to keep your eyes open! Below is a list of a few books, the majority series. # Artemis Fowl (series) - these books are somewhat difficult to "get into" usually and contain a broad language that can be rather obtrusive. # Alex Rider (series) - typically similar to James Bond, excellently written, recommended for teenage boys. # The Droughtlanders (series) - fantasy/mythical, although these are from the perspective of males, they are more intended towards a female audience. # A Great and Terrible Beauty (series) - this is the first in a series by Libba Bray, they are set in the Victorian era and is a combination of fantasy and realistic fiction (in a sense) # The Uglies, The Pretties, The Specials, The Extras (series) - set far ahead in the future and written by a male author, this is an unbelievable series, females alike are bound to enjoy. # Gossip Girl (series) - these books contain somewhat mature content and centre mostly around clothes and are extremelly unrealistic, however they are a good tool for escapism (It Girl) # Eragon, Eldest, Bringr (series) - These are long reads and do take a while to get through, however they do contain plenty of twists to keep you gripped. # Children of the Red King (series) by Jenny Nimmo. It may be addressed as Charlie Bone, but they'r e the same thing. The series follows Charlie as he aids those who have been persecuted by the Bloors, and searches for clues to his father's disappearance many years ago. If you are into the fantasy type boks, I highly recommend the Artemis Fowl series, by Eoin Colfer and also, although it is not fantasy, the Alex Rider series, by Anthony Horowitz. I love Alex Rider books. Try The Gatekeepers series, by Anthony Horowitz, the Inkdeath Trilogy by Corelia Funke, Children of the Lamp, by P.B. Kerr. There are plenty of good fantasy books. I search Amazon when I don't know what to read next and when I find a book that sounds good, I borrow it from the Public Library. Also, I highly recomend The Bartemues Trilogy, by Jonathon Stroud. i really liked the evernight series, vampire academy series, and the vampire diaries series