Top Ten Best Books of All Time


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121 Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Reading - Tommy Greenwald
122 Between - Jessica Warman
123 Big Nate I Smell a Popquiz
124 Big Nate Strikes Again
125 Big Nate On a Roll V 1 Comment
126 The Last Straw - Fredrick Thury
127 She's Come Undone - Wally Lamb
128 Kill Switch - Neal Baer and Jonathan Greene
129 The Misadventures of Max Crumbly - Rachel ReneƩ Russell
130 Frankenstein - Mary Shelley

Definitely worth reading just to get a better perspective on romanticism and gothic horror. It's short and plainly written, though a bit boring in parts. - airbb

It, s a moderate book. It's not so horrifying. So in my opinion a good one time read. Definitely don't go for it if you are looking for something extra.

131 Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Ransom Riggs

Please vote for this. I was gripped from start to finish and it was one of the most emotional books I've ever read.

It's a really good book

Read this at my old school - Sausagelover99

This trilogy made me forget about every other book series once I finished just the first book.This book combines REAL pictures with the story which makes the story feel real and also easy to follow along.This book also made me think a lot deeper when facing people with extraordinary talents,or maybe mistaken as mentally ill? The characters in the book are also very loveable and have all sorts of personalities:positive,cheerful,funny,witty,clever,sarcastic and lots more! I recommend this book to everyone-you will not regret reading this series!

132 Captain Underpants Series

I love the book series. And the best one was Sir-Stinks A-lot

Who needs Tolstoy and Captain Underpants when you have Sweet Valley High and several different books for girls to read (e.g. Pop Princess, Monster High, Ever After High, Generation Girl, Girl Talk, The Pact of the Wolves, The Cheetah Girls, Perfectly Princess, Jane Austen's Emma, Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility, Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice, The Clique, Gossip Girl and Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist)? - kristyrosepetal4

Seriously Dav Pilkey is the worst writer ever. But still like it and I read it. But his grammar though, "you're not suppose to make comics, didn't you read chapter 1," and it said "The dead booger boy reached all the way to the next page." And he's the worst speller, and he thinks George and Harold are real characters, and they made the comics. But he made the comics, and he's the worst comic writer ever.


Compared to Wonder and the Harry Potter books, These books are pure rubbish.

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133 Gregor the Overlander - Suzanne Collins

I loved it, even if she did kill off my favorite character. It had a better ending than the Hunger Games and is overall a better story.

I love this book although I think the fifth one was much better

134 Around the World in 80 Days - Jules Verne
135 Big Nate Great Minds Think Alike V 1 Comment
136 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days - Jeff Kinney
137 Night - Elie Wiesel

A must read for anyone. This legendary holocaust account of Elie Wiesel is incredible.

I want to read it so bad, but mom said its too dark...

138 A Dog's Purpose - W. Bruce Cameron
139 Hush, Hush - Becca Fitzpatrick

I used to read to tonnes of books and when I stumbled upon this IT CHANGED MY LIFE. Its amazingly written with perfectly conveyed emotion like you can really understand how Nora Grey feels about the changes in her life. The perfect romance and fantasy book for teens. Hush, Hush has continued to be my favourite book for 5 years and counting!

140 The World of Pooh - A. A. Milne
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