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Greetings,

I would recommend books by the author Anne McKaffrey. The Dragon Riders Of Pern series is a fully detailed world with lots of action and drama. There were a few books from that series that I have only read once as they are tear jerkers with a sad ending. Anne has actually retired from writing and has passed the pen to her son Todd. They have co-authored several of the Dragon Rider books as well. They did try making a game from the book series a long time ago, but it never made it to production. I have also heard that they were going to make a movie as well. So far, there have been several starts, but nothing has come to fruition - yet.

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Yes, Practical Happiness is a really good book! ;)

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ccgr wrote:
Wed Aug 17, 2011 3:42 am
The Bible :D

I also recommend The Lord of the Rings series, Twilight series, Narnia series and Hitchiker's Guide to the Universe (funny!)
That's a great choice!! To be honest I'm not much of book reader but I read the Bible from time to time.

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I recently finished The Wingfeather Saga! :D The last book is simply amazing. It's my favorite series so far (which says a lot!). It's hard to explain without spoiling anything, but it's pretty similar to The Chronicles of Narnia. It was recommended by Hcube7 and friends of mine. I couldn't find it at any libraries in my area, but you can get it on Amazon.

Coming in close second is The Mysterious Benedict Society. I have always been looking for good riddle books, and these riddles are really clever and solvable (maybe. if you think hard enough :lol:). It's about four kids who take a test and go on a secret mission with their riddle-solving abilities.

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Hey Peeps,

I have always recommended the "Circle" series. Along the same lines as that series would be, of course "The Chronicles of Narnia." (If you can get the picture)

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Very compelling read! Free ebook.

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Again, Illuminae. If your into sci-fi thrillers, then this is the number 1 option.

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i do not thing so

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YES! Scout, a really fun book (for me atleast) 3 boys adventure with a super kewl (my way of saying cool) Germman shepard its got a lot of excitement, I reallyyyy enjoyed it, ended up buying the whole series.

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I don't really read much, but the Harry Potter Series is a good generic response

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Yes, I have two:
Pax: a story about a boy and his fox who get separated and have to find each other while a war is starting. It's awesome!
The Green Ember: a story about two rabbits who live together but suddenly are attacked by wolves and join a kingdom of rabbits to 1) clear there family name for good and 2) to stop the wolves once and for all!

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I recommend: lord of the rings, harry potter and narnia

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Across the Universe - series
Lunar Chronicles - series

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Please don't take my answer the wrong way guys, but I recommend the Bible.

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Ariana_Kat_304 wrote:
Sat Aug 26, 2017 10:52 pm
Please don't take my answer the wrong way guys, but I recommend the Bible.
That is a wonderful recommendation! I have a Quest Study Bible. (I believe that is what it is called.) There are explanations for many verses in that Bible that provide a lot of clarification. Definitely something to check out if anyone is interested.

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