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Well I was just wondering if anyone has any good books that I should read? Don't say obvious ones etc because I've probabily read them. I'm currently reading Books of Blood by Clive Barker, got all 6 volumes off amazon for a very good price.

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If you're looking for a good fantasy novel, then try "The Horned King" as well as the following books in that series.
Try the Pendragon Books. Ten in all, and they are all perfect, well not perfect, but near it.

Edit: I forgot something. You may have already tryed these, but The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings books are all really well written. They are better then the movies in my opinion, but most books are to me.
The Pendragon books, I must agree on DarkMark, although, towards the end of the series, I just went to the Journals instead of reading the real life parts.
I just recently finished reading 'And Then There Were None', it was definitely one of the best books I've ever read. If you haven't read it before, try to pick up who the killer is before you finish it, as a little extra challenge.
I've always liked Gary Paulson books like Hatchet and some more lesser known ones like Cookcamp. There are a lot of classics that I enjoy and would recommend such as The Catcher in the Rye (RIP JD Salinger) and To Kill a Mockingbird.

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I really like books like The Gideon Trilogy, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Pendragon, and Leven Thumps. The last one (Leven Thumps) can get pretty... Odd, though.

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The Eragon series, the Pit Dragon trilogy (Dragon's Blood, Heart's Blood, A Sending of Dragons, and Dragon's Heart), and the Twilight series are all books I've read and liked.

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I love the series: Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Lemmony Snicket, Captain Underpants and thats pretty much everything :S.

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If you're into the post-apocalyptic genres, "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy was one of the best books I've ever read. Any of Terry Goodking's fantasy books are good as well (starting with "Wizard's First Rule"). I haven't read his newest book yet though, which is apparently similar to Dan Brown's "Angels and Demons" (which you should also read if you're into logic and such).

I like the Alex Rider series.
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