I Haven’t Read In A While. Need Some Great Book Suggestions!?

I have a £10 bookstore voucher to use and I don’t buy books that often so I want to pick one or two books that are going to stay with me for a long time. I’m open to anything apart from something too heavy in crime or politics – something more adventurous, deep or feel-good maybe.
I’ve been looking through some best-sellers and so far these ones caught my eye: The Book Thief, Gone Girl, The Color Purple, On the Road, Neverwhere, Ash, 1Q84 and The Enemy.
Would you recommend any of these?
Other suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

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4 Responses to “I Haven’t Read In A While. Need Some Great Book Suggestions!?”

  1. WikiAnon says:

    So I haven’t read any of the ones you mentioned but I have heard about ‘Gone Girl’ & ‘The Book Thief’ they are supposed to be really great books, but here’s my suggestions:
    The Storyteller (great book really sad though)
    Any Books By Rochelle Mead or Alyson Noel.
    You could always try the free reading website or mobile app called Wattpad. I have been reading wattpad for about 3 years and some of the completed stories are amazing.
    Hope this helped, could you maybe vote best answer for me as I’m trying to get to level 2. Thanks!

  2. Beastin8 says:

    The book thief is beautiful- I’d highly recommend it! Another AMAZING book is Mary shelley’s Frankenstein, it is amazing!

  3. Marie says:

    May I ask how old you are?
    I recommend The Perks of being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. A great book readable by anyone at any age. The Book Thief is supposed to be very good even tough I haven’t read it myself. On the Road I think is also a good book, I know from a friend that IQ84 is really good as well. Well, since they all are bestsellers I guess they are bestsellers for a reason! I have also heard that The Fault in our Stars by John Green is really good(gonna read it myself soon). Hmm, what else. The silver linings playbook by Matthew Quick, the movie is great, so I’m pretty sure the book is even greater!
    If you want a thriller, a really good thriller that is a page-turner from another dimension, you could read Before I go to sleep by SJ Watson.
    If you like romantic and sweet, but yet a bit tragic books, you could read practically any books by Jodi Piccoult, Nicholas Sparks and Cecilia Ahern.
    OH, and if you like fantasy and the post-apocalyptic, you could read The Host by Stephenie Meyer(don’t jugde because of the author, it’s waaaaaay better than Twilight).

  4. Amy williams says:

    im surprised not much people have answered you, no offence.
    anyway, i suggest you try out ingo, the tide knot, the deep, the crossing of ingo and stormswept all by helen dunmore, but its more for 14 year olds ;P

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