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Top 100 Teen Reads

This is a list I found off of teenreads.com. I marked out the ones that I have read.

What others on this list should I read?


1776 by David McCullough (History)
1984 by George Orwell (Science Fiction)
THE ALCHEMIST by Paulo Coelho (Religion/Spirituality)
AM I BLUE? COMING OUT FROM THE SILENCE by Marion Dane Bauer, editor (Short Stories)
THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF KAVALIER AND CLAY by Michael Chabon (Historical Fiction)
AMAZING GRACE by Megan Shull (Fiction)
ANANSI BOYS by Neil Gaiman (Science Fiction)
ANGELA'S ASHES by Frank McCourt (Memoir)
ANNIE JOHN by Jamaica Kincaid (Fiction)
ATONEMENT by Ian McEwan (Romance)
BALZAC AND THE LITTLE CHINESE SEAMSTRESS by Dai Sijie (Historical Fiction)
THE BEAN TREES by Barbara Kingsolver (Fiction)
BEE SEASON by Myla Goldberg (Religion/Spirituality)
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEAD by Kevin Brockmeier (Fiction)
THE BRONX MASQUERADE by Nikki Grimes (Fiction)
BROOKLYN ROSE by Ann Rinaldi (Historical Fiction)
BUD NOT BUDDY by Christopher Paul Curtis (Historical Fiction)
CATALYST by Laurie Halse Anderson (Fiction)
CATCH-22 by Joseph Heller (Fiction)
THE CATCHER IN THE RYE by J.D. Salinger (Fiction)
A CERTAIN SLANT OF LIGHT by Laura Whitcomb (Romance)
CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN by Frank B. Gilbreth Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey (Humor)
A CHILD CALLED "IT" by Dave Pelzer (Memoir)
THE CHOCOLATE WAR by Robert Cormier (Fiction)
THE CHOSEN by Chaim Potok (Fiction)
CHRONICLES OF NARNIA by C.S. Lewis (Fantasy) ---> I have read the first 3 in the series (so far!!!)
COLD MOUNTAIN by Charles Frazier (Historical Fiction)
COLD SASSY TREE by Olive Ann Burns (Romance)
THE COLOR PURPLE by Alice Walker (Fiction)
A CONFEDERACY OF DUNCES by John Kennedy Toole (Fiction)
COPPER SUN by Sharon Draper (Historical Fiction)
CORELLI'S MANDOLIN by Louis De Bernieres (Romance)
CROW LAKE by Mary Lawson (Fiction)
THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME by Mark Haddon (Mystery)
DAIRY QUEEN by Catherine Gilbert Murdock (Fiction)
DANDELION WINE by Ray Bradbury (Fiction)
THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America by Erik Larson (History)
THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL by Anne Frank (Memoir)
THE DISTANCE FROM NORMANDY by Jonathan Hull (Fiction)
THE DIVE FROM CLAUSEN'S PIER by Ann Packer (Romance)
DUNE by Frank Herbert (Science Fiction)
THE EARTH, MY BUTT, AND OTHER BIG ROUND THINGS by Carolyn Mackler (Fiction)
EAST by Edith Pattou (Romance)
EAST OF EDEN by John Steinbeck (Fiction)
E EIGHT by Katherine Neville (Fantasy/Adventure)
ELDEST by Christopher Paolini (Fantasy)
ELLA ENCHANTED by Gail Carson Levine (Romance)
ELSEWHERE by Gabrielle Zevin (Fiction)
EMPIRE FALLS by Richard Russo (Fiction)
ENDER'S GAME by Orson Scott Card (Science Fiction)
ERAGON by Christopher Paolini (Fantasy)
ESPERANZA RISING by Pam Munoz Ryan (Historical Fiction)
FAHRENHEIT 451 by Ray Bradbury (Science Fiction)
FALLEN ANGELS by Walter Dean Myers (Historical Fiction)
FAST FOOD NATION: THe Dark Side of the All-American Meal by Eric Schlosser (Popular Culture)
FEED by M.T. Anderson (Fiction)
THE FIVE PEOPLE YOU MEET IN HEAVEN by Mitch Albom (Fiction)
FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON by Daniel Keyes (Science Fiction)
FOR ONE MORE DAY by Mitch Albom (Fiction)
THE FORETELLING by Alice Hoffman (Fiction)
THE FOUNTAINHEAD by Ayn Rand (Fiction)
FRIED GREEN TOMATOES AT THE WHISTLE STOP CAFE by Fannie Flagg (Fiction)
FROZEN RODEO by Catherine Clark (Fiction)
GATHERING BLUE by Lois Lowry (Futuristic Fiction)
THE GEOGRAPHY OF GIRLHOOD by Kirsten Smith (Fiction)
GIFTS by Ursula K. Le Guin (Fantasy)
GILEAD by Marilynne Robinson (Fiction)
GIRL WITH A PEARL EARRING by Tracy Chevalier (Historical Fiction)
THE GIRLS by Lori Lansens (Fiction)
THE GIVER by Lois Lowry (Futuristic Fiction)
GODLESS by Peter Hautman (Fiction)
THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO LARRY by Janet Tashjian (Fiction)
THE GREAT GATSBY by F. Scott Fitzgerald (Fiction)
THE GREAT SANTINI by Pat Conroy (Fiction)
A GREAT AND TERRIBLE BEAUTY by Libba Bray (Fiction/Literary Suspense)
GREEN ANGEL by Alice Hoffman (Fiction)
THE HANDMAID'S TALE by Margaret Atwood (Science Fiction)
THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER by Carson McCullers (Historical Fiction)
HEART'S DESIRE by Laura Pedersen (Fiction)
THE HIGHTEST TIDE by Jim Lynch (Fiction)
THE HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY by Douglas Adams (Science Fiction)
THE HOBBIT by J.R.R. Tolkein (Fantasy)
HOOPS by Walter Dean Myers (Fiction)
THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Mystery)
THE HOUSE OF THE SCORPION by Nancy Farmer (Science Fiction)
THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET by Sandra Cisneros (Fiction)
HOW I LIVE NOW by Meg Rosoff (Fiction)
HOW THE GARCIA GIRLS LOST THEIR ACCENTS by Julia Alvarez (Fiction)
THE HUNGRY OCEAN by Linda Greenlaw (Memoir)
I AM THE CHEESE by Robert Cormier (Psychological Thriller)
I AM THE MESSENGER by Markus Zusak (Fiction)
I CAPTURE THE CASTLE by Dodie Smith (Romance)
I KNOW THIS MUCH IS TRUE by Wally Lamb (Fiction)
I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS by Maya Angelou (Autobiography)
IF YOU COME SOFTLY by Jacqueline Woodson (Fiction)
IN COLD BLOOD by Truman Capote (True Crime)
IN COUNTRY by Bobbie Ann Mason (Historical Fiction)
INTERPRETER OF MALADIES by Jhumpa Lahiri (Fiction/Short Stories)
INTO THIN AIR by Jon Krakauer (Nonfiction)
IRONMAN by Chris Crutcher (Fiction)
IT by Stephen King (Horror)
IT'S KIND OF A FUNNY STORY by Ned Vizzini (Fiction)
THE JOY LUCK CLUB by Amy Tan (Fiction)
JUMPING THE SCRATCH by Sarah Weeks (Fiction)
JUST IN CASE by Meg Rosoff (Fiction)
KEEPING THE MOON by Sarah Dessen (Fiction)
KING DORK by Frank Portman (Fiction)
THE KITCHEN BOY by Robert Alexander (Historical Fiction)
THE KITE RUNNER by Khaled Hosseini (Fiction)
KIT'S WILDERNESS by David Almond (Fiction)
LAST CALL by Laura Pedersen (Fiction)
LES MISERABLES by Victor Hugo (Fiction)
LETTERS TO A YOUNG POET by Rainer Maria Rilke (Nonfiction)
LIFE OF PI by Yann Martel (Fiction/Adventure)
THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE by C.S. Lewis (Fantasy
THE LITTLE PRINCE by Antoine de Saint-Exupery (Fantasy)
LOOKING FOR ALASKA by John Green (Fiction)
LORD OF THE FLIES by William Golding (Fiction)
THE LORD OF THE RINGS by J.R.R. Tolkein (Fantasy)
THE LOTTERY AND OTHER STORIES by Shirley Jackson (Fiction/Short Stories)
THE LOVELY BONES by Alice Sebold (Fiction)
MARLEY & ME by John Grogan (Memoir)
MAUS I: A SURVIVOR'S TALE: My Father Bleeds History by Art Spiegelman (Graphic Novel)
ME & EMMA by Elizabeth Flock (Fiction)
ME TALK PRETTY ONE DAY by David Sedaris (Memoir)
MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA by Arthur Golden (Historical Fiction)
THE MEMORY KEEPER'S DAUGHTER by Kim Edwards (Fiction)
MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE by Nicholas Sparks (Romance)
MESSENGER by Lois Lowry (Futuristic Fiction)
THE MINISTER'S DAUGHTER by Julie Hearn (Fiction)
MONSTER by Walter Dean Myers (Fiction)
MY JIM by Nancy Rawles (Historical Fiction)
MY LIFE AND HARD TIMES by James Thurber (Autobiography)
MY SISTER'S KEEPER by Jodi Picoult (Fiction)
MYSTIC RIVER by Dennis Lehane (Thriller)
NATIVE SON by Richard Wright (Fiction)
THE NECESSARY BEGGAR by Susan Palwick (Fiction)
NEVER LET ME GO by Kazuo Ishiguro (Fiction)
NEW MOON by Stephenie Meyer (Horror/Romance)
NICKEL AND DIMED: On (Not) Getting by in America by Barbara Ehrenreich (Current Affairs)
NIGHT by Elie Wiesel (Memoir)
NINE STORIES by J.D. Salinger (Fiction/Short Stories)
THE NO. 1 LADIES' DETECTIVE AGENCY by Alexander McCall Smith (Mystery)
A NORTHERN LIGHT by Jennifer Donnelly (Historical Fiction)
THE NOTEBOOK by Nicholas Sparks (Romance)
ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST by Ken Kesey (Fiction)
ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE by Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Fiction)
THE OUTSIDERS by S.E. Hinton (Fiction)
A PAINTED HOUSE by John Grisham (Legal Thriller)
PEACE LIKE A RIVER by Leif Enger (Fiction)
PERFECT by Natasha Friend (Fiction)
THE PERFECT STORM by Sebastian Junger (Nonfiction/Adventure)
THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER by Stephen Chbosky (Fiction)
PERSEPOLIS by Marjane Satrapi (Graphic Novel)
THE PIGMAN by Paul Zindel (Fiction)
PILLARS OF THE EARTH by Ken Follett (Fiction)
THE PILOT'S WIFE by Anita Shreve (Fiction)
PLAINSONG by Kent Haruf (Fiction)
THE PLOT AGAINST AMERICA by Philip Roth (Fiction)
THE POISONWOOD BIBLE by Barbara Kingsolver (Fiction)
A PRAYER FOR OWEN MEANY by John Irving (Fiction)
PRETTIES by Scott Westerfeld (Fantasy/Adventure)
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE by Jane Austen (Fiction)
THE PRINCESS BRIDE by William Goldman (Fiction)
THE PRINCESS DIARIES by Meg Cabot (Fiction)
PROM by Laurie Halse Anderson (Fiction)
THE RAG AND BONE SHOP by Robert Cormier (Mystery)
A RAISIN IN THE SUN by Lorraine Hansberry (Plays)
READING LOLITA IN TEHRAN by Azar Nafisi (Memoir)
REBECCA by Daphne du Maurier (Horror)
REBEL ANGELS by Libba Bray (Fiction/Literary Suspense)
THE RED TENT by Anita Diamant (Fiction/Religion & Spirituality)
ROCKET BOYS/OCTOBER SKY by Homer Hickam (Memoir)
ROLL OF THUNDER, HEAR MY CRY by Mildred D. Taylor (Historical Fiction)
ROSEMARY'S BABY by Ira Levin (Horror)
THE RUBY IN THE SMOKE by Philip Pullman (Thriller)
THE RULE OF FOUR by Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason (Suspense)
RUNNING WITH SCISSORS by Augusten Burroughs (Memoir)
SARAH by Marek Halter (Fiction/Religion & Spirituality)
SAVING FRANCESCA by Melina Marchetta (Fiction)
THE SECRET HISTORY by Donna Tartt (Thriller)
THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES by Sue Monk Kidd (Historical Fiction)
SENIORITIS by Tate Thompson (Fiction)
A SEPARATE PEACE by John Knowles (Fiction)
SHADOW DIVERS by Robert Kurson (Nonfiction/Adventure)
THE SHADOW OF THE WIND by Carlos Ruiz Zafon (Fiction)
SIGN OF THE RAVEN by Julie Hearn (Historical Fiction)
THE SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS by Ann Brashares (Fiction)
SKELLIG by David Almond (Fiction/Religion & Spirituality)
THE SLEDDING HILL by Chris Crutcher (Fiction)
SNOW FALLING ON CEDARS by David Guterson (Thriller)
SNOW FLOWER AND THE SECRET FAN by Lisa See (Fiction)
SNOW IN AUGUST by Pete Hamill (Fiction/Religion & Spirituality)
SO B. IT by Sarah Weeks (Fiction)
SOMEONE LIKE YOU by Sarah Dessen (Fiction)
SOPHIE'S WORLD by Jostein Gaarder (Fiction)
THE SPACE BETWEEN US by Thrity Umrigar (Fiction)
SPEAK by Laurie Halse Anderson (Fiction)
SPECIALS by Scott Westerfeld (Fantasy/Action & Adventure)
STARGIRL by Jerry Spinelli (Romance)
SUMMER OF MY GERMAN SOLDIER by Bette Greene (Historical Fiction)
SWIMMING TO ANTARCTICA by Lynne Cox (Autobiography)
TANGERINE by Edward Bloor (Fiction)
THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD by Zora Neale Hurston (Fiction)
THE THINGS THEY CARRIED by Tim O'Brien (Fiction/Short Stories)
THIRSTY by M.T. Anderson (Horror)
A TIME FOR DANCING by Davida Wills Hurwin (Fiction)
A TIME TO KILL by John Grisham (Legal Thriller)
THE TIME TRAVELER'S WIFE by Audrey Niffenegger (Fiction)
TITHE: A Modern Faerie Tale by Holly Black (Fantasy)
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Harper Lee (Historical Fiction)
A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN by Betty Smith (Historical Fiction)
TRUTH & BEAUTY by Ann Patchett (Memoir)
TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE by Mitch Albom (Memoir)
TWILIGHT by Stephenie Meyer (Horror/Romance)
UGLIES by Scott Westerfeld (Fantasy/Action & Adventure)
VOICES by Ursula K. Le Guin (Fantasy)
VOTE FOR LARRY by Janet Tashjian (Fiction)
WAIT FOR ME by An Na (Fiction)
A WALK TO REMEMBER by Nicholas Sparks (Fiction)
WATER FOR ELEPHANTS by Sara Gruen (Fiction)
THE WATSONS GO TO BIRMINGHAM by Christopher Paul Curtis (Historical Fiction)
WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN by Lionel Shriver (Fiction)
WEETZIE BAT by Francesca Lia Block (Fiction)
WHEN CRICKETS CRY by Charles Martin (Fiction/Religion & Spirituality)
WHEN ZACHARY BEAVER CAME TO TOWN by Kimberly Willis Holt (Fiction)
WHITE GHOST GIRLS by Alice Greenway (Fiction)
WHITE OLEANDER by Janet Fitch (Fiction)
THE WIDOW OF THE SOUTH by Robert Hicks (Historical Fiction)
THE WILL OF THE EMPRESS by Tamora Pierce (Fantasy)
A WIZARD OF EARTHSEA by Ursula K. Le Guin (Fantasy)
A WRINKLE IN TIME by Madelene L'Engle (Fantasy)
A YELLOW RAFT IN BLUE WATER by Michael Dorris (Fiction)
YOU, MAYBE by Rachel Vail (Fiction)


**Have you all read these? Which do you recommend to me? I am almost done with A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libby Bray.

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heyitsrebecca
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:16 am (UTC)
That's a long list. You've read a lot of my favorites.
I also absolutely love Fried Green Tomatoes. I read it after I saw the movie, and I think without having seen the movie first, it would have been hard for me to follow. But I love love it.
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:19 am (UTC)
OOH! YAY! My mom has that book, so I will borrow it from her! :D
heyitsrebecca
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:18 am (UTC)
The Red Tent is one of my absolute favorite books ever. I've read it three times. I wasn't real familiar with the bible story before I started it.. so it just got better everytime I read it.
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:19 am (UTC)
OOH! I will check it out as well! Thank you! :)
heyitsrebecca
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:20 am (UTC)
I actually have Me Talk Pretty One Day sitting on my coffee table right now. I've tried to read it several times.. but I just can't do it.
If you ever pick it up, there is one chapter, about two pages long, detailing his unfortunate encounter with a large turd. It's freaking hilarious.
The rest of the book is pretty much awful, IMO.. but the one chapter alone is worth the price of the book. :P:
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:22 am (UTC)
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE the book Naked by Sedaris....I don't have Me Talk, but I have Dress Your Family, but I have not read it yet :)
heyitsrebecca
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:22 am (UTC)
I keep finding great books in here.. LOL

Tuesdays with Morrie is awesome. I can't believe you haven't read it.. LOL
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:24 am (UTC)
OOH! I have this one too...I just haven't gotten around to reading it yet, but I will soon! :)
heyitsrebecca
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:29 am (UTC)
I'm in a comment-y mood.

I couldn't finish A Child Called It. Good book, but I personally couldn't handle it. I got about 40 pages into it, and had to put it down. That was years ago, and just thinking about it makes me sick to my stomach.

You might like it.. but if you're sensitve about child abuse.. man, it's graphic.
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:31 am (UTC)
ACK! I don't know if I could read it. I love children too much! :(

Comment away! I is bored! ;)
heyitsrebecca
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:34 am (UTC)
Ooh ooh ooh

Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry is another great book! I'd been wanting to re-read and I forgot the name..

We read it in 4th grade, but I think I'd appreciate it more now.
Speaking of 4th grade books.. it's not ont he list, but Where the Red Fern Grows is really good too. I'm not sure if you've read it.I feel like it should be on here. .LOL
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:42 am (UTC)
What is it about?

OOH! I read part of it once, but never finished it! I used to have it, but I dunno where it is now! I will definitely get it at the library.
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heyitsrebecca
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:37 am (UTC)
I couldn't get into Maus I.. the comic book format was too weird.
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:45 am (UTC)
I'm not a comic book fan, to be honest. I like the movies that they make out of them though! ;)
sir_dave
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:39 am (UTC)
I've read 'The Lord of the Flies' (I think it was compulsory at school, and I loathed it, even though it was well written), 'Hitchhikers', and all things Lewis and Tolkien.

Regarding Lewis --- 'The Last Battle', at the end of his 'Narnia' series, is a book that should be read and compared to the world today as you go. If we haven't seen it yet, it is coming close. The other books in the series are entertaining, but 'TLB' is nearer prophetic.

Apart from which, for the believer, all Lewis's books are a startlingly good read. He appears to have taken the bible at its word, and thus developed the knowledge of the charismatic revival that followed him by twenty or thirty years; he is as good a guide to biblical truth in a readable style as can be found anywhere, and remains so when he is writing children's stories.

When looking at lists like this, I can't help but think what an education it was to read All Quiet on the Western Front; my copy was my grandmothers, and bears the dirty thumbprints of British soldiers set to guard Italian POWs while they worked the land in WW2. It is moving to consider all those British soldiers reading the work of a German soldier in a war just one generation previously; and the author captures things that no one wanted to hear at the time he experienced them. If the subject is of any interest, just Google for 'Wilfred Owen poems', and you'll find the absolute master of war poetry; a British officer, decorated for courage, yet the most devastatingly articulate opponent of war as the instrument of national pride, that has ever lived.
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:44 am (UTC)
I HATED Lord of the Flies as well!

OOH! I will remember that! I need to read the last four books soon! I need to read some of Lewis theological works as well. He is a GREAT writer!!!

Oh WOW! I read All Quiet a while back and LOVED it!
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heyitsrebecca
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:39 am (UTC)
I've also read Summer of My German Soldier, and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.. both good reads.
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:46 am (UTC)
OOH! Will read those too! :D
heyitsrebecca
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:41 am (UTC)
I had to read 1984, A Wrinkle in Time, and I am the Cheese in school. Hated them.
I won't say they're bad books.. but there's something about being forced to read a book you have no interest in to start with that sorta kills it. =/
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:48 am (UTC)
Yeah! I know what you mean...I tried to read A Wrinkle in Time...it was BORING!
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thatissorockstr
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:42 am (UTC)
Read Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.
They're amazing books.
The 4th one comes out this next year.

I've heard that Message in a Bottle is good, but I haven't read it myself. It's the book the movie A Walk To Remember is based off of.

Tuesdays With Morrie is supposed to be amazing.
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 02:51 am (UTC)
OOOH! I need to read those! I bet they're cute! :D

Actually, they're two different books, but yeah, I liked A Walk to Remember (the book, not the movie).

OOH! I have Tuesdays with Morrie. I shall read it soon! :D
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sunshinedreamr
Nov. 1st, 2006 03:10 am (UTC)
I had to read 1984 for school last year. I actually found it kind of interesting so maybe you can give that one a try :)

The Red Tent is AMAZING! You must read it. Also Rebel Angels after you finish AGATB.

Hmmm ... what else on this list? The Color Purple is good. So is East, The Hobbit, and The House of the Scorpion.

I think out of all of those my favorite would be The Red Tent. I think you would like that one :)
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 03:12 am (UTC)
I will DEF. read The Red Tent. I Think I'm going to have to order The Rebel Angels soon! I really like AGaTB.
blessedprincess
Nov. 1st, 2006 03:20 am (UTC)
Off of this list the one that stuck out to me is Me and Emma. It's by Elizabeth Flock. That's actually her second book. It's a good book. I own it but my aunt is borrowing it.

I also own her first book but it's not as kid's friendly it's called But Inside I'm Screaming. Great book.

They are different books and don't seem like they were written by the same woman.
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 03:43 am (UTC)
I tried reading Me and Emma, but I couldn't get into it. Maybe I will try again soon!

OOH! I want to read that one! I will have to get it at the library soon! Thanks for the recs! :)
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jelly_gun2007
Nov. 1st, 2006 03:37 am (UTC)
love your snape halloween icon, it's awesome!
and you should definitely read ella enchanted. it is really really good!
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 03:44 am (UTC)
Thank you! One of my LJ buddies made it for me! :D

I definitely will! Thanks! :)
hearts_stars_xo
Nov. 1st, 2006 03:55 am (UTC)
FAHRENHEIT 451 is very good.
and i absolutely hate the great gatsby! every thing we did in AP English after reading that book was somehow related to it. hated it!
thepixieinside
Nov. 1st, 2006 04:02 am (UTC)
I need to read F 451.

I LOVE The Great Gatsby!!! I guess it's an English major thing ;)
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