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I like The Hunger Games (all three biggrin ) and also Pendragon.
'the foreshaddowing' by marcus sedgewick is one that i can read over and over again. i love it.
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Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. I must have read it five times already! Probably do a re-read soon xd
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• "The Book Thief" by Marcus Zusak
• "Looking for Alaska" by John Green
• "The Fault in our Stars" by John Green
• "The Gravesavers" by Shree Fitch
• "Battle Royale" by Takami Kōshun

More or less any works by John Green and Haruki Murakami, that their novels, I absolutely adore.
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The Abhorsen trilogy is my absolute favorite series, and Lirael is my favorite of those three. Tamora Pierce is my 2nd favorite author after Garth Nix. I love all of her series that take place in Tortall. However, I don't really love the circle ones. They are okay, but not awesomest.
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My absolute favorite is Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Persuasion (also Austen) and The Ordinary Princess by M.M. Kaye are close second and third spots.
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Memories of Ice by Steven Erikson (part of the Malazan Book of the Fallen series)
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The Great Gatsby & This Side of Paradise by Francis Scott Fitzgerald

I don't find Fitzgerald to be an extraordinarily skillful writer; I feel like his talent lies in his screenplays more than his novels. That being said, he just pours his soul into his work; his successful works are parallels of his personal life, and it's just great to see that passion developed in his characters.

I'm not a fan of modern novels, but I also really liked Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates.
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It changes from time to time. At the moment though my favorite book is The King's Speech. heart
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This is going to be a long list xd

The Other Boleyn Girl
The Smile
Warriors Saga
The Lovely Bones
Kite Runner
The Torn Skirt
Harry Potter Series
Perks of Being a Wallflower


And surprisingly I liked Wuthering Heights
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The Great Gatsby & This Side of Paradise by Francis Scott Fitzgerald

I don't find Fitzgerald to be an extraordinarily skillful writer; I feel like his talent lies in his screenplays more than his novels. That being said, he just pours his soul into his work; his successful works are parallels of his personal life, and it's just great to see that passion developed in his characters.

I'm not a fan of modern novels, but I also really liked Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates.

The Great Gatsby
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I have three:
The Hobbit
The Last Unicorn
The Phantom Tollbooth

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