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infamousDemonScreech

thirteen reasons why, i couldn't put it down and finished it in two days.


Plum_Penguin

Really enjoyed “How I found freedom in an unfree world” by Harry Browne Or on the fictional side “Red rising” by Pierce Brown


mowaleed906

seems good to read


Maxibonlikesflags

James and the giant peach


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Love letters to the death, Bad at Love and Looking for Alaska


Outside_Parsley_5129

Lady in ermine. By Donna DiGiuseppe really well written novel based on the life of renaissance painter Sofonisba Anguissola


rounak0715

**PRIDE AND PREJUDICE**


_friendly-local_

The book where this person gets absolutely and permanently wrecked sideways after liquidating all of their assets and giving them to me.


Crab_Rangoonz

How Dare The Sun Rise. It’s the memoirs of someone who survived the Gatumba massacre.


cumrag6942069

Challenger Deep by Neal Shusterman will always be my favorite book. Crazy by Han Nolan is good. And Perks Of Being A Wall Flower is really good too.


EvilGMe

The Enemy by Charles Higson and First grave on the right by Darynda Jones


Heroic-Loser666

A Fraction of the Whole by Steve Toltz


jimmisjumbobumbo

Rebecca (writing is truly magnificent and I am a sucker for a good gothic ghost story and spectacular character development) The captive prince trilogy (gay, slow burn, somewhere between Merlin without the banter, the song of Achilles without the soft tenderness and the relationship between boy and man in Greek history. And REAL enemies to lovers) The song of Achilles (loved the writing and fell in love with the love between Patroclus and Achilles. Their moments together were so precious and I wanted to protect them from their doomed fate so bad) Perfume: the story of a murderer (I absolutely loved the plot and originality and was truly something completely different to anything I’ve read before)


TheFerretsWheels

The rhythm of war - Brandon Sanderson (for the third time)