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21 Warrior Cats - Erin Hunter

I love warrior cats! They are so interesting! I told my friends that 'do you read warrior books? ', and they said no. I told them if you read them, then you will not leave them. The same will happen to you. You know, they are my favourite series! I LOVE WARRIOR CASTS!

I LOVE WARRIOR CATS! Haha, I am addicted to those books! It was a way to combine my love of reading with my love of cats, and now I can't stop! *SQUEAL! * - Silverstream101

this is as good as it gets this should be way above giver and fever 1793

This is the 2nd best book (s) ever! (net 2 the bible of course) I tell my friends that they should read it and tere always like "It's a book about cats. Seriously? "But it is awesome. I hated reading until me and my friend discovered warriors. The erins should really make more warrior catsbooks because they're great! - l9me

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22 The Cabinet of Curiosities - Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
23 The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins

Exceptional. Such a great book, and the other 2 in the series are just as great. I love the book. Action packed, a page turner, thrilling, and has a great plot... Keeps you wanting more, and it gives you more till the last page of the third book (out of three books). Even after that, you'd wish there was still more. Please, people. This book is wonderful: it does deserve to be in the top ten at least. - Jammer196

NUMBER 48?! The best book I've read in a while. Keeps you reading till the very end. Mockingjay was a little harder to understand, though. Still, all good books.

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24 The Little Prince - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
25 Angela's Ashes - Frank McCourt
26 The Sword Of Truth Series - Terry Goodkind

I love this series so much! It is one of the rare series that helps you find yourself with every single word. You find yourself identifying with each character. I identify with every one of the characters at different points in the plot. I learned so much about who I am, and who I will become, through reading this series. My family and friends mock me mercilessly, but it doesn't matter. With most fantasy stories, the plot becomes far-fetched and tired. Mr. Goodkind has the remarkable ability to write a compelling novel while simultaneously keeping all of the characters wholesome and realistic. Mr. Goodkind also uses a subtle Orwell-like writing style to bring light to both societal issues and outlooks. For example, in the third book in the series (The Blood of the Fold), Mr. Goodkind makes it so that a group of captured women are dressed in a style of clothing nearly identical to a certain subset of people living in oppression. He points out in an extremely subtle fashion the ...more

So good. I particularly like the first 4.. I think they taper off a little after 4, but give 'em a read anyways, I guarantee you will read the first 4 at least that many times! - heather

The characters seem so realistic in these books. What got me into reading them was the T.V. show Legend of the Seeker. You fall for the characters as soon as you start reading!

27 Dragonlance Legends - Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman

I read almost all the Weis and Hickman Dragonlance books in a matter of 1 month(read 11 out 14 of their books). YES, THAT GOOD! COULDN'T STOP READING! I MIGHT GO INSANE!... I'm ok. - metalmaiden

28 The Mallorean - David Eddings

Five books I have read at least 5 times each! Great series, and the other half is just as great! - heather

29 Fever 1793 - Laurie Halse Anderson

this is such a great book and has a lot of real history as well as adventure. - totallyheather

It grabbed me! Couldn't stop reading it!

it is so sad... BUT COOL! - Banana

30 It - Stephen King
31 Perfume: The Story of a Murderer - Patrick Suskind

I'm reading it right now for school. I haven't seen the movie, but the book is pretty good. The thing is that all of the books listed over this are for kids (even the bible)... - Althemaster

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32 I, Claudius - Robert Graves
33 Motherless Brooklyn - Jonathan Lethem
34 A Traitor to Memory - Elizabeth George
35 Night Shift - Stephen King

Great book of short stories including "Children of the Corn", "Graveyard Shift" and "Quitters, Inc. ". Most stories are only 10-20 pages long so they are easy to get through in a few minutes but they are good enough to be read again and again.

36 The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
37 The Belgariad - David Eddings

The First 5 in the story.. Fabulously done. I have read each as much as I have the Mallorean. - heather

38 The Anita Blake Series - Laurell K. Hamilton

Some of the best Vampire/Lycanthrope books out there, with one of the best lead charectars I have ever read about! So addicting! - heather

39 The Purpose Driven Life - Rick Warren

This book has given my life structure, and hope. - AbbaGayle

40 The Innocent Man - John Grisham

Everyone should read this book. I MEAN EVERYONE!

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1. Angela's Ashes - Frank McCourt
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3. I, Claudius - Robert Graves
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2. The Bible
3. Wonder - R.J. Palacio
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