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    Clive Cussler writes adventure books, a series called "The Dirk Pitt Adventures". Not quite what you stated but may be worth a look.
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    (Original post by Mystery.)
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    The Spectacular Now - Tim Tharp
    Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky
    To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee

    These are some of my personal favourites
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    iv heard 'the girl on the train' is good but iv not read ir yet, its downstairs in the pile of books i need to read
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    iv heard 'the girl on the train' is good but iv not read ir yet, its downstairs in the pile of books i need to read
    Yes it's really good I'm reading it right now
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Yes it's really good I'm reading it right now
    hhhhhi friendy!!!
    good, it must be better then 50 shades -.-
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    hhhhhi friendy!!!
    good, it must be better then 50 shades -.-
    Hey! :wavey:

    Yes lol I have heard nothing positive about 50 shades (neither the book nor the movie)
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Hey! :wavey:

    Yes lol I have heard nothing positive about 50 shades (neither the book nor the movie)
    both were ****. just bashed the same book on another thread haha and the film cut out half of the book, i know films do it in general but there was little structure to the film
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    both were ****. just bashed the same book on another thread haha and the film cut out half of the book, i know films do it in general but there was little structure to the film
    Ah fair enough :lol:

    Then in that case I guess the movie was better cause there was less to endure
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    An Astronauts Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Ah fair enough :lol:

    Then in that case I guess the movie was better cause there was less to endure
    could say that lol
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    Mystery: 'The life' by Martina Cole, Confessions: The murder of an Angel by James Patterson

    It is strange because I have read so many books but right now I cannot think of many. I hope you enjoy the recommended books if you ever read them! .
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    All of John Green's books: Looking for Alaska, An Abundance of Katherines, Paper Towns, Will Grayson Will Grayson, The Fault in Our Stars

    Of the books I've read/bought, some of the ones I have kept (other than the above) are: Room {most gripping}, Wonder, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Goodnight Mister Tom, The Perks of Being a Wallflower

    Some books I'm not sure I still have, probably wouldn't re-read but were great: The One Plus One, Me Before You {really good}, How to Fall in Love
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    (Original post by _aylinyilmazx)
    I need a new book to start reading & I'm not really sure what. I'm interested in books such as: educational, drama, mystery, romance, fantasy. Any suggestions?? I'm 17..if that helps cause I don't like reading little/short books and stuff..just average tbh. Thaankss(:


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    Wonder , from RJ Palacio
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    1984 by George Orwell
    The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
    Dracula by Bram Stoker
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    The book thief or The giver.
    Bothe amazing books!
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    The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices, Alex Rider, Percy Jackson/Heroes of Olympus, Cirque du Freak/Darren Shan (a little childish but I'm 17 and I love them), Red Queen, Magnus Chase, The Lunar Chronicles.... I could go on? Haha :P
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    Frankenstein is a good book. It's rather depressing, but it's interesting and dramatic. The Goldsmith's Daughter by Tanta Landman is good too.
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    (Original post by _aylinyilmazx)
    I need a new book to start reading & I'm not really sure what. I'm interested in books such as: educational, drama, mystery, romance, fantasy. Any suggestions?? I'm 17..if that helps cause I don't like reading little/short books and stuff..just average tbh. Thaankss(:


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    Bleak house. The most cheerful book you will ever read.

    Anything by Jane Austen. Once you understand the social commentary, she is hilarious.

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