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Do anyone know a real good book that you read that I can read?

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I'm not sure of your reading level so I am going to put up some of my favorites. The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky Looking for Alaska - John Green It's Kind of a Funny Story - Ned Vizzini Harry Potter Series - J.K. Rowling The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown The Dresden Files - Jim Butcher The Kay Scarpetta Series - Patricia Cornwell Burned, Crank, Glass, Fallout, Identical, Impulse, or Tricks - Ellen Hopkins Hope this helps! :)
The Kite Runner, The Help, and Fahrenheit 451.
For laughs, I'd check out "A Confederacy of Dunces"(John Toole), "Breakfast of Champions" (Kurt Vonnegut), and "Catch-22" (Joseph Heller). After reading all three of these, I can safely say they're hilarious.

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The Road - Cormac McCarthy The Count of Monte Cristo - Dumas
oh i know read the HUNGER GAMES.. LOVE THT BOOK
P.S. I love you-Cecelia ahern Atlas shrugged- Ayn rand john grisham books robin sharma books
Nicholas Sparks' Books Judith Mcnaught Cathy Glass
Of Mice and Men Catcher in the Rye The Outsiders The Giver To Kill a Mockingbird Fahrenheit 451 Redwall
yes to kill a mocking bird is a good book
"we have always lived in the castle" by shirley jackson. I fell in love with this book. If you read it, please let me know what you think about it. :)

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