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Chxrlie123

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  1. Hi, my name is Charlie, I'm 17 and live in the UK. Currently, I have had some trouble finding well written young adult books to read. I finished a fabulous book series called The Final Empire, aka the Mistborn series. If you havn't read that already and want to give fantasy dystopian novels a go, I would really recommend it. Anyway I loved that book series, but then went on to read (or at least try to) the Red Queen series. I read the first 3 books slowly and have been 'reading' the final book for about 3 months now. Last week I decided to scrap this and bought a book called VOX by Christina Dalcher. I am told it is similar to the Handmaid's tale so I am excited to start this book. However I would like to have my eyes set on another book to pick up straight after, in hopes that I get back into reading more frequently. Could anyone help me with this? I am fairly well read so the difficulty of the language shouldn't be much of a problem. I have enjoyed reading dystopian young adult novels, and would like to keep doing so if possible. However, I am starting to see the same tropes come up over and over again so if you feel that you have books in other genres that I could read I would love to hear this as well. Saying this I havn't stuck only to distopian YA in the past, but it takes up the majority of my bookshelf. My favourite books are: Starters series by Lissa Price Uglies series by Scott Westerfield Handmaid's tale by Margaret Atwood Mistborn Seires by Brandon Sanderson Wild Swans by Jung Chang These are just the ones I can think of at the moment, but hopefully that gives you an idea of the sort of books I have read in the past. Finally if anyone would like to recommend to me a book, even if it is completely different to the ones I have mentioned, then please do - I am always looking to expand the genres on my bookshelf
  2. What book should I read?

    Hello, thank you for your welcome. To answer your question, I tried to read it a few years ago, but never got passed the second or third chapter - maybe this is a book to pick up again. Thank you for the suggestion, Charlie
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