What are some good YA books you would recommend?


I am an avid reader and at this time i am out of books to read! I mostly read YA fiction/fantasy but i am open to all genres. Also, none of the super popular ones that are movies or what not, ive already read them.

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9 Answers

Any Ellen Hopkins book, my personal favorite is her Crank trilogy. :)
Artemis Fowl
Read Breathing Underwater, Dark Angel by David Klass, True Story of a part time indian. Power of five or the alex rider stories by anthony horowitz. Sweet valley series. gossip girls.
"American Gods" - Neil Gaiman
"Across the Universe" - Beth Revis
"The Black Jewel Trilogy" - Anne Bishop
"Faerie Wars" - Herbie Brennan
"The Red Tent" - Annita Diamant
Anything by R.A. Salvatore (If starting w/ the Forgotten Realms series, begin with The Dark Elf Trilogy.)
Jim Butcher's Dresden Files.
The Warlord Chronicles (The Arthur Books) by Bernard Cornwell.
Anything by James Clavell
The Shrodinger's Cat Trilogy by Robert Anton Wilson or, if you're into some heavy reading, try The Illuminatus! Trilogy by R.A. Wilson & Robert Shea.
The Maze Runner Trilogy by James Dashner
Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
Looking for Alaska by John Green
1984 by George Orwell
Crank by Ellen Hopkins
Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

These are some of my favorites that I've read. I'd also recommend checking out goodreads.com for more suggestions!
"The Bartameus Trilogy" by Johnathan Stroud "The Seventh Tower" 6 part series by Garth Nix "His Dark Materials Trilogy" (AKA Golden Compass series) by Phillip Pullman "The Moral Instruments" By Clarisa Clare "Leven Thumps" series by Obert Skye "Pendragon" Series by D.J. MacHale "Gone Series" By Michael Grant "The (Warrior, Wizard, and Dragon) Heir books" By Cinda Williams Chima "Ranger's Apprentice Series" By John Flanagan "The Wheel of Time Series" By Robert Jordan "The Redemption of Althalus" By David and Leigh Eddings David Eddings also wrote the "Dreamers" series I didn't like it but hey you might "Here there Be Dragons" James A. Owens ....blanking out now... Ah that should be enough for now
Anything by Melissa Marr. The 'Interworld' books by Niel Gaiman. Also anything by Mira Grant! The Newsflesh trilogy is fabulous and her latest book PArasite is really really good too. I also LOVE the 'Chronicles of Nick' series by Sherrilyn Kenyon. Also 'The Demon's Lexicon' by Sarah Rees Brennan.
Heres one: The Chronicles of Faerie : The Summer King