How Many Fablehaven Books Are There

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

Please recommend a good fantasy book/series.

I haven’t read very many fantasy novels at all. The last one I tried was Harry Potter and I didn’t like it. Please recommend something that is not too “out there”. And no vampires or werewolves please. Thanks.

I’m a HUGE fantasy nerd, so I’ll give you some good ones.The Farseer TrilogyRangers Apprentice SeriesInhertitance sagaFire and Ice sagaRiftwar SagaBartimaues TrilogyIncarceronUnder the Cat’s eyeHis Dark Materials TrilogySteven Erikson’s Malazan Books are super good aswellPercy Jackon and the OlympiansFablehaven series is really good, but I don’t know, it depends on how old you are.The Name of the WindPendragon SeriesThe Chronicles of PrydainThe 13th Reality is sci-fishThe Warrior Heir/Wizard Heir/Dragon heir SUUUPER good.Artemis Fowl SeriesGracelingThe Underland ChroniclesTriskellion is kind of sci-fish but also good.No more come to mind. If I think of more, I’ll be sure to tell you Kindle prime

whats a good book series.

Im looking for a good book series with magic,romance, and adventure.Please nothing with vampires and werewolves, i do like them just looking for something new.To give you an idea of the kind of books i like here a few iv read twilight, harry potter, tigers curse,fablehaven,house of night, and fallen.Im kinda stuck…

The Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind is a sort of romance-dark comedy, hercules the legendary adventures kind of story.Although like Wheel of Time, the ultimate plot arcs get longer and more ambiguous past book 5. The earlier ones in the series read more like stand alone novels. The creature compendium doesn’t include any vampires or werewolves. It’s more like a dark fantasy where the creatures have been created by ancient magic, according to specific criteria and goals.While there are many novels by John Ringo and David Weber that fits the conception of feudal or chivalrous times, they aren’t fantasy plus romance. There are also Japanese light novels that combine adventure, fantasy, and romance such as Utawarerumono (actually it’s a PC adventure game or visual novel strategy rpg) but it’s hard to get those in English.(Unfortunately, there’s no romance in Wheel of Time. It’s mostly a triangular relationship thing or male harem line. Without the level of detail to make that kind of thing interesting)

Can you give me some book recommendations.

I like fantasy books like Eragon where there are dragons and magic but I also like science fiction books like The Hunger Games that take place in post-apocalyptic environments. It’d also be nice if the book had good character development (unlike many books I’ve read) and sequels or upcoming sequels. A war…

Okay, I don’t know how old you are so i don’t know how you feel about sexual content in your books. So I will list the age group and why next to the book along with why I like it.Valdamar series by Mercedes Lackey starts with the black gryphon, the white gryphon, the silver gryphon. There are like eight trilogys in the series and about six individual novels. What I love about this series is that all the characters are fantastic, all the books go together even the individual novels like Take a Theif goes into The winds of change trilogy. It has some mild descriptions of sex so I would rate this Jr. high readers and older. Must read.Dragon Joulsters by Mercedes Lackey This has dragons in it and unlike Eragon they are just meat eating beasts. But it is more realistic that way too. it is set in Ainchent egypt settings and is the epic tale of a surf boy Vetch who is taken from his abusive owner by a dragon joulster to become his dragon boy. A dragon boy is like a kennel boy only for dragons. Vetch loves his new master Kashet who is the most decorated joulster in the Tian army but still wants to be free. So he devises a plan to excape back to his homeland Alta. For grades 4 – 8. Love it read it.Dresden files by Jim ButcherOkay this is the one I was hesitent to recomend. Harry Dresden is my all time favorite book character and i have read hundreads of fantasy and sci fi books. He is hilarious with his oneliners and situations he gets himself in. There are about thirteen books out now with more to come. For gradees Senior high and older. Violance language and explicit descriptions of sexYou know Christopher Paulini is the author of the Inheritance series…well I found on youtube a clip of him recomending his favorite fantasy books. They are all for young readers in elementry school but some like Fable Haven is a good read. Although I don’t like how in every book he recomended his female characters just sit in a corner and cry when fighting breaks out. FableHaven really burns me on that. All the girl did was finding someone else to fight for her never doing the fighting herself. But I’d still recomend it. Here is the link…

Please recommend be books that are worth reading.

I just started enjoying reading books last year, so I haven’t read a lot yet. (I think what I read was not that many)I enjoy reading fiction. I love reading series.What I loved the most is the Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling. I really love that series. I also enjoyed Lord of the Rings, but not as much as…

Dragon Rider by Cornelia FunkeGraceling Series by Kristin CashoreInkheart Series – Cornelia FunkeThe Graveyard Book – Neil GaimanThe Shadow Of The Wind – Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Publishing Question: Have any of you ever HEARD of any of these books.

1. Leven Thumps series2. Fablehaven3. The Candy Shop War4. The 13th Reality5. Slathbog’s Gold6. Far World seriesI ask because all these books are published by Shadow Mountain and I live in Utah. Shadow Mountain is one of the major publishers in Utah, and they hardly get any manuscripts sent in….

I’ve heard of Fablehaven. Incidentally, different people on Y!A recommended it to me, lol. Also, Fablehaven is a bestseller, so many people have read the book (which gives a lot of legitimacy to the press). It’s obviously not a large press, but it’s not a fledgling press either, and some of their books are doing pretty well.Here’s a thread on it, though no one with experience dealing with the press has posted in it, and if offers very little information.…I’m curious, though. How do you know how many manuscripts they are receiving? They are a real publisher with bestsellers on their list, and believe me, aspiring writers will find them. Good luck with your book.Adding: Okay, that works, haha. Good luck. I’d submit to them if i couldn’t get a literary agent. There are many good small presses that accept manuscripts.

What are good books to read.

I am an avid reader and i was looking for some new books to read. I love fantasy and fiction, but any good book would be great. Also, if there are any classics that you think I should read, those would be great.

1. The Alchemyst by Michael Scott (Fantasy with a lot of mythology from around the world, and yes that is how it’s spelled)2. Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke (Fantasy)3. Enclave by Ann Aguirre (Dystopian Future)4. Peter and the Starcatchers by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson (Fantasy, prequel to Peter Pan)5. Magyk by Angie Sage (Fantasy)6. Dragon Slippers by Jessica Day George (Fantasy)7. Ingo by Helen Dunmore (Fantasy, about a girl who has mermaid blood)8. Fablehaven by Brandon Mull (Fantasy, one of my all time favorites)9. Reckless by Cornelia Funke (Fantasy)10. Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones (Fantasy)11. Legend by Marie Lu (Dystopian Future)12. The Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo (just a book everyone should read)13. The Beyonders by Brandon Mull (Fantasy)14. The Iron King by Julie Kagawa (Fantasy with Shakespeare and whatnot)15. Inkeheart by Cornelia Funke (Fantasy, Best. Book. Ever.)16. Kissed by an Angel by Elizabeth Chandler (Paranormal Romance, I’m not one for paranormalbooks, or even romance, but I just couldn’t set this one down!)17. Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Manchev (Fantasy with Shakespeare, it has a good love triangle)18. Glint by Ann Coburn (Fantasy/Mystery, this books isn’t really well known but my friend suggested it to me and it was great. There are two stories that parallel each other, one fantasy and one real life. I thought it was amazing)19. Gone by Michael Grant (Dystopian Future)20. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (Historical Fiction, I cried so hard at the end :’0 )21. Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis (Fantasy, come one! It’s a classic!)22. A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle (Sci-Fi/Fantasy)23. Uglies by Scott Westerfeld (Dystopian Future, great book)24. Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien (Fantasy, only read if you’re an advanced reader. I have readit and it’s really difficult to read)25. Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson26. The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau27.Shadow Children Series by Margaret Peterson Haddix (Dystopian Future)28. The Princess Bride by William Goldman (Fantasy, if you don’t read the book at least watch themovie :D)29. The Thief Lord by Cornelia Funke (Kind of Fantasy/Historical Fiction)30. Divergent by Veronica Roth (Dystopian Future)31. Matched by Ally Condie (Romance/Dystopian Future)32. Fairest by Gail Carson Levine (Fantasy)33. Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine (Fantasy)34. The Maze Runner by James Dashner35. The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan (Sequel series to Percy Jackson)36. Ranger’s Apprentice Series by John Flanagan (Historical Fiction/Fantasy)37. Witch and Wizard by James Patterson (Dystopian Future/Fantasy)38. The Blue Sword by Robin McKinley (Um, Fantasy I think)39.The Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine40. Many Waters by Madeleine L’Engle (Biblical Fiction, it’s about Noah’s Ark)41. Redwall series by Brain Jacques (Fantasy, pretty good if you can live with talking animals)42. Earthsea quartet by Ursula Le Guin (Fantasy, same deal as Lord of the Rings, read it if you are a good reader)43. Harry Potter series (Fantasy)44. Pendragon series by D.J. MacHale (Mix of Fantasy and Sci-Fi)45. Dragonriders of Pern by Anne McCaffrey (Fantasy/Sci-Fi)46. Memoirs of a Geisha Story by Arthur Golden (Historical Fiction)47. Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin (Fantasy, older read has some things that may be considered disturbing.)48. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (Dystopian Future)49. Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer (Fantasy)50. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer (….Na, just kidding 😀 )So I think I’ll stop there. There are a lot more on this website though: I helped!

Are There Any Good Books To Read. (Read description before answering).

Okay, so I really don’t care how old the book is. I really want to read something that is good and will keep me going throughout 7th grade.There are some books that I have read before that will be more useful for you to answer:The Warriors: Hunter, ErinIncarceron and Sapphique: Fisher,…

The Sight by David Clement DaviesThe Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins13 To Life by Shannon DelanyShiver by Maggie StiefvaterGraceling by Kristin Cashore13 Reasons Why by Jay AsherFallen by Lauren KateSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonShatter Me by Tahereh MafiWicked Lovely by Melissa MarrMatched by Allie CondieThe Maze Runner by James DasherThe Dark Divine by Bree Despain

What books or book series would you recomend for a “FABLEHAVEN “series ( by brandon mull) fanatic.

I have read all of the fablehaven books and am looking for a book to read before the fourth book comes out. I like the fablehaven plot. Are there any simailar books?

i havent seen or read it, but by the movie, Spiderwick looks similar. you could read Narnia, awsome books and lots of fantasy creatures.i read the first fablehaven books but what are the sequels called and how many are there?

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  1. Go Ask Alice by AnonymousMatched (#1) and Crossed (#2) [<-COMING SOON, NOVEMBER 1, 2011] by Ally Condieand "Super Spaghetti."Heir Chronicles - Warrior Heir, Wizard Heir, Dragon Heir - by Cinda Williams ChimaA short list, but all top class.

  2. Percy Jackson and the OlympiansLord of The Rings trilogy by J.R.R.TolkienHalf of my recommendation list in buried in there! However, given your excellent choices, you must read the following:A wrinkle in time

  3. The Dark Divine by Bree DespainKim Harrison – The Hollows. The lead character is a kick butt female who is also funny. Its a great series.

  4. -Shannara seriesCassandra Clare – the immortal instruments series. Its super different I think you’ll like it alsoI enjoy fiction to, and I haven’t bothered to read Harry Potter as I didn’t really find it interesting.

  5. I love reading to ( fiction and fantasy is the best ) so anything and everything from James Patterson!!!

  6. speaking from experience as i am a writer that has been published once you do your name circulates and then you can send your manuscript to big publishing houses like penguin and be able to tell them that you have been published before.Its pretty interesting, I wouldn’t want to spoil it but its more simple and has a better story then I found Harry Potter to be. I really want to tell but it would spoil it, just Google it and find a review cause I can’t spoil it for you.Evil seeks to end his life before his call can be fulfilled. Dragons, Grimmals, Shadow Vermin, and Seritheen pursue, as Zam moves beyond his fear into the battles he must face in hopes of freeing a friend, finding a love, and discovering a life larger than he ever dreamed possible.

  7. It is an amazing novel very engaging and the characters and creatures are stellar. Check it out and tell all your friends you are giving them a gift LOL A FREE BOOK… Ha Haboth this authors are YA booksMatched by Allie Condie

  8. Shiver (#1), Linger (#2), Forever (#3) [<-COMING SOON, JULY 12, 2011] by Maggie Stiefvater"Death by Murder David Lindsay" - you have to search that way.I recommend:Both Sides of Time, Out of Time, Prisoner of Time, For All Time - Caroline B. CooneyTry some Dickens. Start with "Great Expectations." There's also Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein, Or The New Prometheus" and Bram Stoker's "Dracula." Really good stuff. Great prose, great plots, and lots of adventure.

  9. Well, Orson Scott Card was published by Shadow Mountain, and he’s like, my favorite author right now. :DToken of Darkness by Amelia Atwater-RhodesDivergent by Veronica Roth

  10. Best books you should read:And if you are a foreign speaker of english, your english has some errors but it’s understandable. Reading more books will improve your english too.

  11. Hush Hush (#1), Crescendo (#2), Silence (#3) [<-COMING SOON, OCTOBER 4, 2011] by Becca FitzpatrickThere're so many books that can keep you busy for a while, they're really fun to catch on with. There are four main series, a fifth in the process, a super edition series, a manga series, an e book series that's soon going to be printed into a book.... there's just so much! There's a new super edition every year. The one in 2013 will be the sixth, and they're twice as long as the regular warriors books.One other piece of advice: don't fall into the trap of thinking that you necessarily stand a high chance of getting published just because you're approaching a smaller press. Just because they're a small press, it doesn't mean that they don't have high standards. They probably do receive fewer manuscripts, but they also, of course, publish far fewer books each year, have fewer people around to read manuscripts and queries, etc etc.

  12. The UgliesThe Last Battle by C.S. Lewis. It’s the last book in the chronicles of Narnia. After 12 years of avoiding reading it and just re-reading all the other books in the series over and over, I finally read it. It literally is the most beautiful story. Probably because I was so emotionally invested in the characters, but believe me it is amazing. I cried so hard and my life will never be the same.

  13. Pendragon by D. J. MacHale – I can’t recommend this series (there’s 10) enough! To put it simply, the book is about how the entire universe, which is known as Halla, is split into dimesions called Territories, and only 10 Territories carry intellegent life. A crooked visionary known by Saint Dane believes that the only way to repair Halla’s flaws is to destroy it and rebuild it in his vision. From every Territory, there is a Traveler, the only people that are able to travel to and from Territories. It’s their job to stop the wicked Saint Dane, which seems impossible, because he knows the rules and they don’t. The protagonists are shrouded in mystery the entiei series until the end, adding a mysterious effect. This story is told in both 1st person and 3rd person; 1st person in Bobby Pendragon’s letters (he’s the main protagonist), and 3rd person from Mark Dimond and Courtney Chetwynde’s view (They are Bobby’s best friends, and the ones receiving the letters.)Unwind by Neal ShustermanI think you might enjoy ‘Skulduggery Pleasant’ Derek Landy. Its a Fantasy with magic and stuff.Harry Potter (If you haven’t read it)I would try the Bartimaeus Trilogy by Johnathan Stroud and/or Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling for the magic and there is dragons in the books.

  14. If you haven’t already you should read the classic fantasy series “The Rift War Saga” by Raymond E Feist. One of the best fantasy series of all times. The first book is “The Magician”.

  15. The PrettiesI would suggest Tamora Pierce and Cornelia Funke. They both have great fantasy books but no vampires. Check out Tamora Pierce’s Alanna, Song of the Lioness books. Also her Protector of the Small books. And Funke’s Inkheart.Sadly, no I’ve never heard of them :[

  16. Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsIntertwined (#1), Unraveled (#2), Twisted (#3) [<-COMING SOON, AUGUST 30, 2011] by Gena Showalter To Life by Shannon Delany

  17. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larssongregor the overlanderAny books by Diana Wynne Jones, but I’d suggest starting with Charmed Life, one of the loosely connected Chrestomanci series, or Enchanted Glass, a stand-alone.Piers AnthonyUglies

  18. i have to say though, honey, the good thing is to just get published.there is maximum of books i will recommend, there does not be sufficient room for summarys of all of them. The e book Thief with the help of Markus Zusak Graceling with the help of Kristin Cashore The Golden Compass, the state-of-the-paintings Knife, and The Amber Spyglass with the help of Philip Pullman. East with the help of Edith Pattou The Giver with the help of Lois Lowry A Midsummer evening’s Dream with the help of William Shakespeare The Wall and the Wing with the help of Laura Ruby The Prophecy of the Stones with the help of Flavia Bujour Marley and Me with the help of John Grogan Letters from Wolfie with the help of Patti Sherlock I even have Lived 1000 Years with the help of Livia Bitton-Jackson And, it incredibly is all i will think of of on the 2nd. :3

  19. The Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsYOU WILL LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!technological expertise FICTION all human beings ignores sci-fi however the certainty is that some books are almost a million/2 philosophy. examine Stranger in a unprecedented Land via Robert A. Heinlein, Prey via Michael Crichton, and 2001: an area Odyssey or Rendevous With Rama via Arthur C. Clarke. Plus, I agree that Agatha Christie is a could-examine. After Shakespeare and the Bible, she has bought the main form of books international ever. Her suitable are and then there have been None, The homicide of Roger Ackroyd, homicide on the Orient exhibit

  20. Good books: Life Expectancy – Dean Koontz. The Stand – Stephen King. Swan Song, Boy’s Life, Wolf’s Hour – all by Robert McCammon. The Irish Country Doctor series – Patrick Taylor.So, in all honesty, it’s likely that you’re assuming that you have more choice in the matter than you really do. In reality, you’ll be going with whoever makes you an offer, if anyone. I don’t mean to sound harsh in any way, but very few first-time authors can afford to be picky. What I would do is contact the well-known publishers first – it’s common sense to pick the best option first, after all, and you have to speculate to accumulate, so to speak, and then work my way down my list until someone, anyone, was interested. If nobody was interested, I’d get to work on my next book.Fallen by Lauren KateSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonHope you like at least some of these titles! Good luck!

  21. Paranormalcy (#1) and Supernaturally (#2) [<-COMING SOON, JULY 26, 2011] by Kiersten WhiteHere is the link and descriptiontomorrow when the war beginThe Realms of Animar - original story and pretty good read if you like Fantasy. Dark like Hunger Games with a little Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones mixed in.13 Days To Midnight by Patrick CarmanThese books are very humorous, Bobby and Saint Dane cracking most of the jokes. You seriously can NEVER guess what is going to happen next! READ THESE BOOKS!!

  22. Gone With The Wind – Margaret Mitchell. Grapes of Wrath – John Steinbook. Stories by O’Henry. Sherlock Holmes stories. To Kill a Mockingbird – Harper Lee.-Forgotten Relms seriesCatch-22 by Joseph HellerThe Outsiders by S.E. HintonThe Sight by David Clement DaviesSorcery and Cecelia, or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot, by Patricia Wrede and Caroline Stevermer

  23. I would say that the rule of thumb would be to contact the publisher you consider most desirable first. For most writers, that would usually be a well-known publisher. If and when they reject you, then you go to your next choice, and your next, and your next, until you find someone who wants your book.Percy Jackson booksDiane Duanegeneration dead-Tales of MidkemiaHer Majesty’s Wizard, Christopher StasheffAgain, I don’t want to sound harsh, just realistic. Good luck with your project.

  24. I’ve heard of a couple of them, actually, and I live in Georgia. However, that’s because I’m really into books. Most people outside of Utah would probably have never heard of them, unfortunately.

  25. I’ve heard of a couple of them, and I live in England. I’ve only heard of them in passing though.The Shining by Stephen KingThe Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsThe Catcher in the Rye by J.D. SalingerGallagher GirlsSpeaking of Game of Thrones, great time to pick up that series and check it out. I am torn, love the HBO series but cant pull myself away from the books.

  26. Most of James Rollins, Matthew Reilly books are fast paced adventures. Steve Alten wrote the Meg series about a megalodon shark (hugest thing ever – long thought extinct) that came up from the deep and terrorizes people.

  27. The Angel Experiment (#1), School’s Out Forever (#2), Saving The World and Other Extreme Sports (#3), The Final Warning (#4), MAX (#5), FANG (#6), ANGEL (#7), BOOK 8 (No title yet, COMING SOON, February 2012) [Maximum Ride series by James Patterson]The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

  28. Be aware that most writers’ first novel is never published by anyone. Most authors have written and submitted three or four novels before they get anything published.The Lightning Thief

  29. Seriously, you ought to read the Wheel of Time series. It has a prequel and at least 12 books to the series. It’s a lot like Lord of the Rings in the way that everyone rides horses, there are different kinds of people (culture), there are odd creatures, both good and bad. There are multiple love stories. There is magic. The author of the series (Robert Jordan) loved to go deep into detail about what things looked like. The cities, the gowns, the people, the forest. It’s a great series! I’ve read up through book 10, but then I found out the author had died, so I stopped reading (11 were out at the time). He was in the middle of writing the 12th (and what was supposed to be the final) book. Brandon something stepped in, read what had been written, read the notes and talked with close family about what RJ’s plans were for finishing off the series. He got so into it (he also writes in this genre) that the “last book” turned into I think 3 volumes. Anyways, you’d waste away an entire summer at least trying to get through this series! I found all of my copies at Goodwill.

  30. Warriors Cats!Michelle zink – the prophecy sisters. I love this seriesEDIT: Oh! Yeah! I’m in Colorado, by the way.

  31. I’ve heard of Fablehaven, and The 13th Reality sounds vaguely familiar. I’ve not read either, though, nor have I made any attempt to find them.

  32. The Earthsea series by Ursula le Guin, starting with A Wizard of EarthseaMatchedA Child Called “It” by Dave Pelzer

  33. Oh, and try the Dragonriders of Pern series. Those are good too.Jane YolenMatchedFor the record, not everyone likes The Hunger Games (myself). Hey you might like it though… If you don’t mind the unemotional writing. The Maze Runner by James Dashner is good one I highly suggest reading. I’ve only read the first one, but I’m sure the other two will be just as good.

  34. I’m in Pennsylvania and have heard of the Leven Thumps series as well as Fablehaven. I’d say getting published is the important thing.

  35. 13 Reasons Why by Jay AsherThe city of ember-Magic Kingdom for Sale seriesMaybe ‘Hunger Games’ Suzanne Collins I guess its kinda Sci-Fi not magic though.

  36. they would probably pay attention to you then because they would know that you do have talent and the ability to get published.Zam encounters a motley assortment of creatures, warriors, and supernatural beings as he travels the forbidding path through the “Dark Wood” of Darlandis.Young Wizards

  37. Beautiful Creatures (#1), Beautiful Darkness (#2), Beautiful Chaos (#3) [<-COMING SOON, OCTOBER 18, 2011] by Kami Garcia and Margaret StohlYou can go to and search:lulu dark by bennett madisonShatter Me by Tahereh MafiMaximum RideAnne McCafferyThe Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

  38. Kane Chronicles by Rick RiordanThe UgliesClockwork Angel (#1), Clockwork Prince (#2) [<-COMING SOON, DECEMBER 6, 2011] (Prequel series to Mortal Instruments) by Cassandra Clare

  39. GONE (#1), HUNGER (#2), LIES (#3), PLAGUE (#4), FEAR (#5) (<-COMING SOON, APRIL 3, 2012) [GONE series] by Michael Grant-So You Want to be a Wizard series

  40. Try the Mortal Instruments series. They have Vampires and Werewolves, but they’re minor. It’s about the choldren of angels.

  41. – The Pit Dragon Trilogy (actually a tetrology, word of the day)Graceling by Kristin CashoreCirque Du Freak. I’m loving every moment of it(:

  42. They’re all available for free right now through Kindle Unlimited, which you can get with a free trial – Google how to get it. Then you can read it online or with a free Kindle phone app if you don’t have a Kindle.

  43. The Underland Chronicles by Suzanne CollinsThe Book Thief by Markus ZusakI think you like the fantasy genre, and I would highly recommend Neil Gaiman. Here are some of my favourite books he wrote: Stardust, Coraline, American Gods, Fragile Things. Happy reading! 🙂

  44. Seventeen year old orphan Zam Windwater lives the life of a humble shepherd until a mysterious messenger brings news that Zam is in terrible danger. Now he must leave his home and shepherd’s life to take up the adventurer’s mantle on a perilous quest, the full purpose of which remains a mystery to be discovered.Raymond E. Feist

  45. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray BradburyI’m going to recomend City of Bones, Cassandra Clare. And ALL her other books!

  46. City of Bones (#1), City of Ashes (#2), City of Glass (#3), City of Fallen Angels (#4), and City of Lost Souls [<-COMING SOON, MAY 2012] (The Mortal Instruments series) by Cassandra ClareIn The Forests of The Night by Amelia Atwater-RhodesRA Salvatore

  47. Its pretty interesting and there making a movies soon. This is a pretty renowned book and has an awesome story. Like I said before I Can’t spoil it for you so Google it.Another good series allthough not YA isTreasures of Darkness Treasures of Light – Through the Dark Wood and EPIC FANTASY novel by Geno Allen is on Amazon right now for FREE Christmas Day promotion. You can download the book direct from for FREE.Try:

  48. That’s all I can think of off the top of my head that you’d probalby like if you liked the ones you listed above. Good reading.

  49. The Hobbit. And if you like that one, then you should read The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Those books are a bit harder to read than The Hobbit, but they’re very good. There are also several other books about The Lord of the Rings universe, so it would give you a lot of material for you class.

  50. Another good one I found was ‘The Coming of the Whirlpool, Ship Kings’ Andrew MacGahan. its a story about a boy fulfilling his destiny laid out by his ancestors.The hunger games

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