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Posted Oct 29, '12 at 4:29pm

VonHeisenbourg

VonHeisenbourg

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My top 5 fav books would be:

1. Inheritance Series
2. Artemis Fowl Series
3. Drenai Tales
4. Inkheart Saga (other two books are inkspell and inkdeath)
5. The Hunger Game Series

I myself like to read, and I loved these books (they're in not in order per se).

 

Posted Oct 30, '12 at 4:34pm

Bronze

Bronze

2,337 posts

The Black Company (Glen Cook)
The Malazan Book of the Fallen (Steven Erikson)
Lord of the Rings and anything else in Middle-Earth
A Song of Ice and Fire
The Kingkiller Chronicle  (Patrick Rothfuss)

Others:
Mistborn novels
The Dune novels

 

Posted Oct 30, '12 at 4:35pm

xAyjAy

xAyjAy

1,683 posts

no order exept in the order i think of them

warriors
animorphs
the dragon riders of pern

i love animorphs, the story is so awesome that i wish i could morph into animals too!

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i see what you did there...or should i say i read between the lines?

harry potter
the hobbit
animorphs
eragon

and some books whose english name i do not know. i love books and i like to read. i am a bookworm and i am proud that i am one.

 

Posted Nov 1, '12 at 7:49pm

SSTG

SSTG

10,882 posts

Knight

i love animorphs, the story is so awesome that i wish i could morph into animals too!

There was a Canadian TV series with the same title, are they both related?
I liked that show BTW.

 

Posted Nov 1, '12 at 8:55pm

waluigi

waluigi

1,647 posts

There was a Canadian TV series with the same title, are they both related?
I liked that show BTW.

Yes, they are the same show. Also, the show was on in the U.S. for a time. Unfortunately, I was in all of 1st or 2nd grade when it was showed, so I didn't get to see much of it.

I don't really have a top 5 favorite books, because I will constantly change them. However, I like reading what are considered "classics". Over the summer, I read 1984, which is perhaps one of the most influential books I've read. The fact that its possible to reach what happens in the book, too...*shivers*

I also recently read "All Quiet on the Western Front". I had not realized just how bad off that the soldiers were during that war,  and the alienation that the poor boys suffer is just awful. Quite a good book, as much as some critics may hate it.

 

Posted Nov 2, '12 at 9:54am

ZombiePearl

ZombiePearl

4 posts

The Storm Thief
The Game of Thrones series 
The Chronicles of Narnia series
The Children of the Light series (not really sure about the official series name)
Percy Jackson

And of course 50 shades of grey...  XDDD

My favourite is definitely the Game Of Thrones series and I'm kidding about the Shades... XDDD

 

Posted Nov 2, '12 at 10:08pm

VonHeisenbourg

VonHeisenbourg

215 posts

I was wondering if anyone could think of the book I'm thinking of, I read it a while ago, and coming up on a mind blank. I can't think of the name.

From what I recall it is about a relatively young girl or boy being genies. They can grant wishes (like who wins the lottery).In this book there are lamps. You can trap genies in them, if you put them in and if they go in counter-clockwise time passes for them slowly in there, but if they go in clockwise time passes fast.

In this story when the boy and girl figure out that they are genies they grant a wish to their nanny (or was it servant) that she won the lottery.

That is all I pretty much remember, can anyone think of the novel name?

P.S. I completely forget about the plot of the book...

 

Posted Nov 3, '12 at 1:21am

awesomecoyoteman

awesomecoyoteman

18 posts

i dont really have a favorite book series but the writers i like most are:
Erin Hunter (pen name author of the Warriors series)
Brian Jacquas (deceased :( author of the Redwall series)
Eoin Colfer (author of the Artemis Fowl series)
Racheal Renee Russell (author of Dork Diaries series)
J.R Tolkien (author of the Lord of the Rings trilogy)
...well that about sums up my favorite series (and writers) lol guess i did tell everyone my 5 favorite series though there all so good i dont need to rank them :P

 

Posted Nov 3, '12 at 9:55pm

Drink

Drink

1,558 posts

i wont really like reading it just cant keep my attention but

1.harry potter
2. any book that has to do with zombies/anything undead

 

Posted Nov 5, '12 at 2:30pm

vilano

vilano

20 posts

I don't have a specific favorite book but I recommend anything written by Agatha Christie and Stephen King.

Agatha Christie was the famous "Queen of Crime" with over 2 billion copies of her books sold worldwide. She wrote fantastic mysteries with clever plot twists and her books always had a shocking ending. Some of her most popular books include Murder on the Orient Express, Ten Little Indians, and A Murder Is Announced.

Stephen King is a fantasy / horror writer. His books are chilling and genuinely scary. I would recommend The Dead Zone, 11/22/63, The Shining, and The Green Mile.

 
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