What are some really good spy books either fiction or non-fiction.
I am absolutely obsessed with spies, and I would really like to read some books about them. I already read spy fiction; the Gallagher Girls series, Alex Rider and CHERUB, and I also watch the Alias TV series and James Bond movies. What else can I read, whether it is fiction or non-fiction to feed my spy addiction?…
Misery- Stephen KingAuthor get kidnapped by a crazy fan and must find his way outCarrie-Stephen Kinggirl who gets made fun of find out that she has telekensis and destorys the townIt -Stephen Kinga killer clown lives in the sewers of a manie town and kills childern and 7 kids find out and try to kill itCujo-Stephen Kinga 200 lb saint bernard get bit by a bat and goes rabid and attacks everyoneThe grimm brothers fairy talesexamples are Cinderella Snow white little red riding hoodNeedful things-Stephen Kinga new shop keeper is in town and he has your favorite items just how much are you willing to pay for themInterview with a vampire- Ann Rice( 100 times better than twilight and goes through many time periods ohh also she has a whole vampire series)This one is kinda hard to explain its about a vampire that has an interview with a (human) new reporter about his life and it startes out in the south in like mid 1800 and ends in pairs like 150 years later and every thing that he went throughThe Vampire Lestat- Ann Ricethis is another book in the ann rice vampire series and i think that most people will like this becuase its a autobiography of the vampire Lestat its very very goodThe Shining-Stephen KingAll work and no play makes jack a dull boyEdger allen poe ( The Raven is the best)Practical MagicWitchs that live day to day lives and have problems with loveDesperation-Stephen King6 people have to end the rath of evil in a western town 100 miles from where jesus lost his sandles and things get very inteseFirestarter-Stephen Kingabout a little girl who, when she gets angry or very upset, can start firesChristine-Stephen Kinga kid buys a car he has always wanted and the car has always wanted himNightshift-Stephen KingShort story collectionFour past midnight-Stephen KingShort story collectionSherlock homesHes a detactiveDracula (the original)(really?)Salems Lot- Stephen kinga town is over run with vampires and one man must stop itPet Sematary- Stephen KingWhen their cat dies, Jud takes Louis to an ancient Indian burial ground, and when they bury the cat there, it comes back to lifeJAWS- Peter BenchleyDo i really have to explain that oneThe Strand case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde- Robert Louis StevensonSpilt people in one body ones a murderThe legend of sleepy hollowthe headless horse manThinner- Stephen KingI have read every book on this list and they are all very good but by far Misery is the best!
What are some good book series for teen boys.
I’ve readThe Maze RunnerRanger’s ApprenticeUnwindThe Inheritance CycleAlex RiderChaos WalkingLockdownThe Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas FlamelHarry PotterPercy JacksonH.I.V.ESkullduggery pleasantGoneWardstone ChroniclesCirque du FreakThe Mortal Instruments39 CluesThe…
Stoneheart by Charlie Fletcher.A city has many lives and layers. London has more than most. Not all the layers are underground, and not all the lives belong to the living.Twelve-year-old George Chapman is about to find this out the hard way. When, in a tiny act of rebellion, George breaks the head from a stone dragon outside the Natural History Museum, he awakes an ancient power. This power has been dormant for centuries but the results are instant and terrifying: A stone Pterodactyl unpeels from the wall and starts chasing George. He runs for his life but it seems that no one can see what he’s running from. No one, except Edie, who is also trapped in this strange world.And this is just the beginning as the statues of London awake…This is a story of statues coming to life; of a struggle between those with souls and those without; of how one boy who has been emotionally abandoned manages to find hope.It’s the first in a trilogy. The second one is called Ironhand and the third one is called Silvertongue.
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MORMONS PLEASE EXPLAIN.
hey i just finished reading a book about a cult its non-fiction from the series cherub but the author always gets his facts right and i was wondering if the members of the mormons are brain washed.idk im not judging but please no hardcore LDS
What do you consider to be hardcore LDS? You ask us to explain but your question does not follow. What does LDS brainwashing have anything to do with some guy writing some book about cults? How do you know that this author always gets his facts right?For your information, the LDS are not brainwashed as you put it. The church is not a cult in the vernacular since of the word. Members of the church are so because they have chosen for themselves to follow that faith. We invite all to come unto Christ but whether they do or not is entirely their own choice. Many are baptized and then fall away from activity because their faith was not strong enough or their testimonies could not withstand the trials of life. In other words, we exercise no coercion over the minds of men. All are free to exercise their own agency. When they are converted, they choose to follow the prophet and to strengthen one another as Christ taught.If you consider spiritual conversion to be brainwashing, then it is washed by the Holy Ghost and you have much understanding yet to gain about the workings of the spirit.
I’m a 13 year old girl and I can’t find any good books to read over the summer holidays. Help please.
I’ve read many books like the Twilight Saga, The Georgia Nicolson Series, The Cherub Series, books by Cathy Hopkins, books by Sophie McKenzie, The Shopaholic series e.t.c. Does any one have any ideas on what else I could read?
Candy: A Novel of Love and Addiction by Luke DaviesGone by Michael GrantSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonLost It by Kristen TracyDairy Queen by Catherine MurdockI Love You Beth Cooper by Larry DoyleCrank by Ellen HopkinsGods in Alabama by Josilyn JacksonWater for Elephants by Sara GruenThe Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John BoynePictures of Hollis Woods by Patricia Reilly GiffThe Torn Skirt: A Novel (P.S.) by Rebecca GodfreyBeauty Queen by Linda GlovachSmack by Melvin BurgessSuicide Blonde by Darcey SteinkeJunk by Melvin BurgessBeautiful Boy: A Father’s Journey Through His Son’s Addiction by David SheffA Million Little Pieces by James FreyIt Happened to Nancy: By an Anonymous Teena… by Anonymous TeenagerGirl, Interrupted by Susanna KaysenWhere the Heart Is by Billie LettsThe Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey EugenidesBefore I Die by Jenny DownhamThe Secret life of Bees by Sue Monk KiddWhite Oleander by Janet FitchPaint it Black by Janet FitchCut by Patricia McCormickThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyThe Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsWintergirls by Laurie Halse AndersonStory of a Girl by Sara ZarrHarmless by Dana ReinhardtI Heart You, You Haunt Me by Lisa SchroederPaper Towns by John Green13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen JohnsonShift by Jennifer BradburyJerk, California by Jonathan FriesenThe Book Thief by Markus ZusakUnwind by Neal ShustermanElsewhere by Gabrielle ZevinWake by Lisa McMann (Book 2 is Fade)Tithe: A Modern Faerie Tale by Holly BlackBlood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis KlauseHalfway to the Grave (Night Huntress, Book 1) by Jeaniene FrostIll Wind by Rachel CaineHow to Be Bad by Lauren Myracle, Sarah Mlynowski, E. LockhartHero by Perry MooreForrest Gump by Winston GroomDeadline by Chris CrutcherHouse of Sand and Fog by Andre Dubus III·IF YOU LIKE Vampire/scary stories (all are series):The Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine HarrisThe House of Night by P.C.Cast and Kristen Casthttp://www.houseofnightseries.com/pages/…The Chronicles Of Vladimir Tod by Heather Brewer.http://www.heatherbrewer.com/Wicked Lovely by Melissa MarrBlue Is For Nightmare by Laurie Faria Stolarzhttp://www.lauriestolarz.com/Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schreiberhttp://www.ellenschreiber.com/books-vkse…Vampire Diaries by L. J. Smithhttp://www.vampirediaries.net/books.vmThe Morganville Vampire by Rachel Cainehttp://www.rachelcaine.com/Books/Pages/M…Vampire Academy by Richelle Meadhttp://www.richellemead.com/books/vampir…
Obscure Fiction Book.
I remember reading some fiction book (series) that included supernatural elements, such as unicorns and time travel, and had a main character who traveled to different settings to try to stop some evil force – for example, he traveled into Macbeth to try to stop the antagonist, and later he traveled into a cell to…
The Time Quartet series and related books by Madeline L’Engle?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madeline_L%…- A Wrinkle in Time (tesseracts)- A Wind in the Door (mitochondrial DNA)- A Swiftly Tilting Planet (unicorn)- Many Waters (biblical times)Hope this helps 🙂
Please Can All Writers Help Me. Women preferably but a Man would be Fine..
Ok so i’m a girl, i’m 12 years old, and i’ll be 13 in ten days. I have a book to write in and I really want to write a story over the summer. What I don’t know is what to write about, I want it to be interesting and fun to write, could you please help me with some ideas? I really want to be a…
Ah how you remind me of myself. I was very eager to write a book as well. I am now 18 and I have STILL yet to write a book.I don’t want to tell you to stop short of a goal you have for yourself. If you are determined to write a book, you should go for it.But if you are just hoping to WRITE, the best advice I have for you is to try writing short stories. Writing a book takes discipline that most writers lack for many years. Some fortunate few are quite good at discipline and can keep themselves writing at a steady pace until their work is finished, but most writers struggle with this. I think you should try to write a 3 page story. Work your way up to longer stories. It’s actually quite challenging to write short stories. It’s challenging because it forces you to condense your thoughts and make them more meaningful. It forces you to weed out the important and unimportant details and plot points. Keep in mind that any short story you write could easily turn into a longer story at a later date. Save everything you write.Hope all that made sense!As for ideas, I would write any old thing that pops into your head. Or write from your own experience. Your own experiences will be genuine. If you want to be a writer, you will have to get used to trying to think of things to write. No one in the industry will tell you what to write.That being said… There are plenty of story generators you could use on Google. Just search “story starters” on Google or “story generators”. It’ll toss some random scenarios out for you. However, I personally don’t like to use those. I just pick up a pencil and a notebook and write. Whatever happens happens. If nothing comes from it, maybe I can find inspiration from what I DID write.If you truly want to be a writer, read often. Read as many books as you can. It expands your vocabulary and helps your writing skills improve. And write often as well. Practice makes perfect.Also, you should share what you write with friends and family or perhaps a teacher for feedback.I hope this helps. I’ll leave you with a sentence that hopefully sparks some inspiration for you, but I advise you to think of your own ideas. Most will not be as generous.— The cover of nightfall had made the bridge and its surroundings nearly impossible to see, yet I could make out the silhouette of the old river beneath the bridge that had now turned into dirt after years of drought.It’s a bit of a long sentence, but I wanted to make sure I only gave you ONE sentence. You probably shouldn’t have such long sentences in your own writing.Good luck, hun!
A Good and long book Series for Teens.
I am searching for some books. I am 14 and i just read CHERUB The Heir Chronicles Percy Jackson Harry Poter and The City Of Bones.Im searching for books like those. With adventure but also it of a love story.Please tell me some nice books 🙂
‘Long’ doesn’t cut how many books there are in the Animorphs and Warriors series (all five of them). They’re written by K.A. Applegate and Erin Hunter respectively. They’re pretty good, I guess, but they’re more kid’s books (although Animorphs gets significantly darker very early on). I read Warriors when I was 10.
Can anyone tell me the order and names of all the books in the CHERUB series.
How many are there and what are their names?
You can see them all here:http://www.goodreads.com/series/55394-cherubBut just so you know, the first book for three quarters is really boring
How many pages are there in The Recruit book from the Cherub series. Is the book any good.
329 Including EpilogueThese books are great!!!Keep Reading