I would recommend reading the Eleventh Plague. It's sort of an adventure/love story set in the post-apocalyptic world of the United States. It's a really good book and most of the time I don't read a book unless it has a decent plot to it. If you ever get the chance, please do. It's awesome!
I read a lot, (mainly fantasy) and these are a few that I enjoyed
The Kingkiller Chronicles*
The Wheel of Time
The Stormlight Archive*
The Dresden Files**
Mistborn (the first, I haven't read the others yet)
The Lord of the Rings and any other Tolkien books
* Unfinished (not done being written)
**Unfinished, but worth starting now anyways
There are a ton of others that I will probably think of seconds after posting this, but these are some of my favorites.
it kinda depends on the age group, but i think a lot of people would enjoy the left behind series (the kids one) it may be long but it is really cool. for girls in grade 6 to grade 12 i think Holly's heart is a great book (there are 3 and i recommend reading them all) it teaches young women how to overcome certain challenges that most all girls would experience at that age. for me i also noticed i was more interested in using my spiritual gift, evangelism (it means preaching in places other then a church)
Hi- I have read a few [A FEW- JUST A FEW] really good books lately!
I read The Giver- its really good!
I read Waggit's Tale [it may sound childish but im 13- i liked it!]
I read Chains [by Laurie Halse Anderson] Its AMAZING, and so is the sequel Forge!
The Hobbit is a great book for all ages in my opinion. Just finished reading it, and I can honestly say it's one of the best books I've ever read, and you'd like it too if you enjoy "medieval" fantasy.