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LGBTQ+ Fantasy Book Rec List

Few notes: All books redirect to goodreads page. My focus is on high/heroic/historic/mythological fantasy, any other genres are stated in the brackets. 
Please, add books and notes at will but remember to include only these in where either the protagonist or an important side character belongs to LGBTQ+.
(I also have a list here, which I’m going to update every time someone adds another book to this list)

GAY/BI MALE CHARACTERS

LESBIAN/BI FEMALE CHARACTERS

Good Lesbian Books - it’s worth checking this site; it’s a guide to lesbian books, with books neatly organized into genres and themes

OTHER SEXUALITY

GENDER NON-BINARY & TRANSGENDER CHARACTERS

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Here is a full list of all the Percy Jackson books to date; however, The Staff of Serapis is not. It will be added when I can find a link. If you do decide to read this series, I am not responsible for any trauma, emotional breakdowns, and/or aching hearts. But I will be here, waiting for you with a box of tissues and blue food. You’ll understand the blue thing later. [Percy Jackson thing]

*These books are important to understanding the 2nd series.

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Percy Jackson and The Olympians {1sᴛ sᴇʀɪes}

The Lighting Thief [ʜᴇʀe]
The Sea of Monsters [ʜᴇʀe]
The Titan’s Curse [ʜᴇʀe]
The Battle of the Labyrinth [ʜᴇʀe]
The Last Olympian [ʜᴇʀe]

*The Demigod Files [ʜᴇʀe]

The Heroes of Olympus {2ɴᴅ sᴇʀɪes}

The Lost Hero [ʜᴇʀe]
Son of Neptune [ʜᴇʀe]

*The Demigod Diaries [ʜᴇʀe]

The Mark of Athena [ʜᴇʀe]
The House of Hades [ʜᴇʀe]

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Extras:

Percy Jackson & The Singer of Apollo [ʜᴇʀe]
Son of Sobek [ʜᴇʀe]

░░Aʀᴛ ʙʏ ᴛʜᴇ ʟᴏᴠᴇʟʏ ᴀɴᴅ ᴡᴏɴᴅᴇʀғᴜʟ ᴠɪʀɪᴀ  ░░░░░░░

BOOKS ABOUT JERKS WHO MAKE OUT WITH EACH OTHER for people who enjoy awful babies and/or reconsidering their association with me

  • the queen’s thief series which i am contractually obligated by god to put on every rec list i do but also DO YOU LIKE FLIRTY THREATS, ROMANCE THAT CONFUSES EVERYONE WHO BEHOLDS IT, & CAREFUL TENDERNESS??? YEAH U DO.
  • chronicles of prydain for some ORIGINAL JERKS, jerks who inspired the masses, also read westmark to get even ~jerkier (tw: war violence for westmark)
  • i actually JUST read cruel beauty which was excellent mostly in that 95% of it was like, JERK BICKERING LAUGHING MAKEOUT COMBOS and then literally like “well we’re both awful at society but we can still be love” :’)
  • melina marchetta’s jellicoe road AND lumatere chronicles both heavily feature cute romances between rude confused dorks (exception: evanjalin, all-knowing manipulative jerk) (tw: rape for lumatere)
  • devil’s cub by georgette heyer i think she shoots him within like five minutes of their first meeting cute stuff
  • slice of cherry like MURDEROUS TEENAGE SISTERS. BOYS WHO LOVE THEM. delightfully bizarre courtships. (tw: gore, mention of child sexual abuse)
  • pamela dean’s tam lin LITERALLY ONE ENORMOUS EXERCISE IN ENGLISH MAJORS BEING SELF IMPRESSED DOUCHEBAGS AND THEN KISSING like read it
  • blood and chocolate is about monster girl monster girl monster girl yessssssssss (tw: rape culture & sexual threats)
  • the knife of never letting go is like also scifi dystopia political whatever but really we’re all here for viola and todd who nearly destroy everything (tw: war violence)
  • swordspoint by ellen kushner which i often describe as amoral harry/draco because i have a problem but don’t hold it against ellen kushner
  • the only alien on the planet LITERALLY MORE PEOPLE PLZ READ THIS BOOK + TALK TO ME ABOUT THE GINNY/MICHAEL LIFESTYLE (tw: child abuse)
  • sixth grade secrets HAS ANYONE ELSE READ THIS BOOK?????? IT TRAUMATIZED ME. CHECK IT OUT.
  • fingersmith i had real human friends be v suspicious of me after reading it like i know it’s victorian lesbians but anna they are bad people u know this right YES FRIENDS. I KNOW. GLORY IN IT. COME TO ME. (tw: institutionalizing)
  • unraveled by courtney milan which SUCKER is the third?? book in the series so you’ll have to read all of it (tw: childhood abuse)
  • this duchess of mine by eloise james is the sixth?? book in its series, got you again, THEY’RE ALL GOOD
  • p much ALL romances in demon’s lexicon & unspoken but demon’s surrender has my favorite forever into the stars, liars in love :o
  • the perilous gard i feel like i’ve been talking about this a lot lately and that’s because it’s so softly enthralling GOD, KATE
  • a hundred thousand kingdoms is not-secretly about a threesome in which everyone’s an asshole & i love them. (tw: slavery, torture, rape)
  • melusine hahahahahahahahaahaha kathleen they are all jerks though (tw: rape, incest)
  • the changeover by margaret mahy is basically a girl turning into a witch and also high school dorks learning how 2 kiss (tw: sexual harassment) 
  • the hollow kingdom is like hades/persephone but they’re jerks and he’s a SUPER UGLY GOBLIN KING and i’m. really into that. 
  • speaking of really ugly i’m sure you’ve read the summoning etc by kelley armstrong but like. ugh. AM I GROSS FOR SHIPPING THIS, you will cry to yourself and darling you are so exquisite. (tw: institutionalizing, mental illnesses) 
  • also re: ugly and confused, read valiant by holly black, i have a problem, maybe this should be a separate list, too late
  • eta: COLD MAGIC, i can’t believe i forgot kate elliott’s COLD MAGIC, the greatest asshole couple ever, i am fired from being myself, goodbye forever
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Books everyone should read //The Raven Boys by Maggie Stievater

“The key, Gansey found, was that you had to believe that they existed; you had to realized they were part of something bigger. Some secrets only gave themselves up to those who’d proven themselves worthy.”

For as long as she can remember, Blue has been warned that she will cause her true love to die. She doesn’t believe in true love, and never thought this would be a problem. But as her life becomes caught up in the strange and sinister world of the Raven Boys, she’s not so sure anymore.

Maggie Stiefvater comes a spellbinding series where the inevitability of death and the nature of love lead us to a place we’ve never been before.

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I interrupt your dashboard to bring you an important announcement:

YOU SHOULD READ THESE BOOKS. [x] [x]

Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, allow me to explain why.

  • Microchips that calculate your compatibility with other people
  • A messed up (but perfectly functional) world that has come to rely on these microchips
  • Kickass female lead who knows whats up
  • She acknowledges her mistakes and takes them in stride
  • Kickass hilarious side-kick. Kind of. (Not best friend. They aren’t friends. Kind of.)
  • Great love interest. Seriously. 
  • Dynamic characters who make you feel things
  • Sass
  • PLOT TWISTS GALORE
  • They’re never ever boring
  • Shiny covers
  • Heartbreak you’ll be happy about even though it hurts so much
  • I don’t even know how to words when it comes to this duology
  • Written by Australian author Jessica Shirvington *fist pump*
  • have average Goodreads ratings of 4.35 and 4.61 :’)
  • If you have any doubts about the awesomeness of these books  you can talk to anyone I’ve forced to read it like literatureloveaffair, thebooker, thegirlofnovels, a-noveltea, thebookhangover. And pixelski who had read it before I did.

Unfortunately they’re only available in Australia at the moment, but they should really be more widely available. Spread the word, guys. 

AND AUSSIES- GET. ON. THIS. 

HEY YOU AGAIN YEAH YOU PROCRASTINATING ON TUMBLR

YEAH THAT’S RIGHT IT’S ME THE GEN REX PERSON WHO USES TOO MUCH CAPS AND TOO LITTLE PUNCTUATION BECAUSE MY PERIOD AND COMMA KEYS ARE BROKE

I’VE GOT A BOOK SERIES FOR YOU THIS TIME ONE THAT’S 

HARDCORE

AS

FUCK

YEAH I’M TALKING ABOUT THE SKULDUGGERY PLEASANT SERIES AND YEAH THAT’S A FUCKING WELL-DRESSED SKELETON WHO CAN SHOOT FIRE FROM HIS HANDS

THIS BOOK SERIES IS PROBABLY ONE OF THE BEST THINGS I’VE READ AND IS DEFINITELY NOT FOR THE 6-12 YEAR OLDS THE COVER SAYS IT’S FOR THE PEOPLE IN THIS BOOK GO HARD AS FUCK AND IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR A BOOK WITH 

A SUPER DIVERSE CAST OF CHARACTERS

A HELLA RAD FEMALE MAIN CHARACTER WHO IS BEAUTIFULLY PORTRAYED AND NOT ONE OF THOSE FLAT STRONG/UNEMOTIONAL FEMALE CHARACTERS ALONG WITH A CRAZY COOL CAST OF PEOPLE

A WILD CRAZY MODERN FANTASY SETTING THAT WOULD MAKE ANYONE WHO READS THIS SHIT THEMSELVES IN SHOCK OF HOW FUCKING FANTASTICALLY IT’S PORTRAYED

REALLY PAINFUL EMOTIONAL SCENES THAT WILL RIP YOUR HEART OUT OF YOUR CHEST AND FEED IT TO A HUNGRY DOG

AND THE BEST PART? FANTASTIC WRITING SKILL WITH HILARIOUS AND WITTY DIALOGUE THAT DOESN’T OVERDO IT WITH THE WORDS WHILE GIVING YOU BOOKS THAT ARE HELLA LONG BUT HELLA RAD

AND MORE THINGS THAT YOU WOULD FIND OUT IF YOU READ THIS FUCKING SERIES I HOPE THIS PIQUED YOUR NERDY ASS BOOK INTEREST BECAUSE IF YOU EVER READ ANYTHING IN YOUR LIFE YOU SHOULD READ THIS 

Okay, nuggets, sit down and shut up because I am about to take you on a fucking voyage of discovery. 

You see these books? These are the Alex Verus novels by Benedict Jacka and they are absolutely 100% what are missing from your life. “Why?” I hear you ask. Well gather close, children and I will tell you. 

You want a modern day magical fantasy set in London? These books. Reluctant hero that just wants to run his shop and be left the fuck alone? These books. A mixture of the light hearted and the down right disturbing? These muthafucking books, my friends. 

We’ve got POC, we’ve got well rounded female characters, we’ve got giant, sassy, talking spiders. The only thing we got missing is queer characters and the reason for that is *leans close and whispers* there is hardly any fucking romance in these books. “What’s that? A book where the two primary characters are a female and a male and there’s no massive romantic sub plot all the way through?” That’s right! Any romance is pretty brief and underlying and not at all the drive of the story. 

If you do one thing in 2015 I strongly suggest you read these books because they filled the void that Harry Potter left in my soul and there’s still more to come.

Powerless Against You Now Available!

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Love is a literal battlefield as these couples find love while trying to save—or destroy—the world. 

Powerless Against You features ten larger than life romantic tales of superheroes or villains in love. Get immersed in the drama of keeping secret identities, battling against a secret love, the struggle of coming into superpowers after tragedy, and much more. 

These tales tackle a wide spectrum of couplings and characters that are sure to capture readers hearts.

Introduction by Gail Simone. Authors include Elizabeth Gannon, K Orion Fray, Andrea R. Blackwell, Jacklyn Baker, Agustin Guerrero, Jade Black, Kara Costegan, Kim Strattford, ME McLaughlin and Alice Hare

Young Adult Lit. Meme: 4/10 series or books

The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen 

"Listen," Kristy said, "the truth is, nothing is guaranteed. You know that more than anybody." She looked at me hard, making sure I knew what she meant. I did. "So don’t be afraid. Be alive.

"It’s the same thing," I told her.

"What is?"

"Being afraid and being alive."

"No," she said slowly, and now it was as if she was speaking a language she knew at first I wouldn’t understand, the very words, not to mention the concept, being foreign to me. "Macy, no. It’s not"

anonymous asked:

20 books suggestions. I want to read more and i'm into dramatic books with non happy endings. Loveee

THESE ARE MY SPECIALTY

1. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

2. The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury

3. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

4. The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald

5. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

6. 1984 by George Orwell

7. A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Housseini

8. The Kite Runner by Khaled Housseini

9. Thinner by Stephen King

10. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

11. I am the Messenger by Markus Zusak

12. A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn 

13. Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk

14. House of Leaves by Mark Danielewski

15. The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

16. Night by Elie Wiesel

17. Lord of the Flies by William Golding

18. The Giver by Lois Lowry

19. Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller

20. Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett

BOOM

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d.a.s

anonymous asked:

Hey! Do you have any good book recommendations? I'm dying to read something new

  • Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
  • Tess of the d’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy
  • The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
  • A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
  • Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll

(& now these are books on my to-read list that have been suggested to me by friends/family/customers at the bookstore I worked at aka people whose opinions I trust, books I will read once I am done w/ all my books for my victorian novel class)

  • The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
  • Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
  • Catch-22 by Joseph Heller
  • Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut
  • Under the Banner of Heaven by Jon Krakauer

for books that i have suggested in the past, go to urbancatfitters.com/tagged/book-rec

anonymous asked:

So, I finished reading the Demon's Lexicon trilogy last night and I am in a glass case of emotions and there is very little fanfiction I find appealing and I am annoyed at the world. Help.

Nonny. NONNY. Let me tell you right here and now that I feel your pain. FEEL IT. I have read those books like 4 times each, and I know well the pit of despair one falls into when the realization hits that there is just no more.

BUT NICK! Your heart cries out. ALAN! Your dreams taunt. SIN! Your soul yearns. JAMIE! Your shattered innocence wails. MAE! Your mind sobs, inconsolably.

Well, NEVER FEAR, my lovely! I have come to temporarily soothe (and eternally add to) your suffering with the revelation that SRB, that cruel heartbreaker of an author, did indeed HERSELF write short stories in TDL universe!

Nick’s First Word (A Christmas Story)
Sorcerer and Stone Part 1
Sorcerer and Stone Part 2
The Arundel Tomb
Quiet In The House
Nick And Jamie Go To The Movies
The Coward With A Kiss
All The Way Back Where We Started From

Look, I am here to tell you that these stories are all A++, 10/10, would read again (I may or may not have read them all at least 3 times, and some of them like 6 times). And, look, I don’t mean to be Judgey McJudgerson, but if “Quiet In the House” doesn’t leave you with a bone-deep well of sadness and/or make you sob uncontrollably, then you are probably dead inside. (Or you are Sarah Rees Brennan herself, who is filled with a dark and terrible power that only grows stronger by the strength of our anguish and tears.) (Alternatively, you’re Nick, in which case: Hey, bae, how are you? Car good? Excellent. Any new, gorgeous blades? Tell me about what’s made you dryly amused lately.)

So, my dear anon, go forth and ruin yourself! Also, come here and talk to me about these books and characters some more. PLEASE. Tell me all about stuff you love and everything incredible in those pages because I LOVE THESE BOOKS SO MUCH SOOOO MUUUUUCH.

anonymous asked:

anna i really want to read books about regaining happiness and recovery and learning to love yourself but i don't know where to look! i just read deerskin for the second time and it was so beautiful and i don't know if there's anything that can follow it. do you have any recs???

i am sorry it took me so long to reply to this; i wanted to be very careful and thoughtful about it. i am including the cautionary note that these are all mostly books that really worked for me in some way and they might not be helpful to anyone else. i tried to overwhelmingly represent happy endings, but they all end with hope if not happiness. also almost all of these books talk about really painful/triggering things and might not do so in a good way for you! i tried to be as extensive as possible with trigger warnings; please please let me know if i missed any.

half world— gorgeously unique fantasy about how you’re just a person, and you’re maybe not even the best person, but you can still stop bad things, and you can survive, and you can live even when living is the hardest thing (tw ableist, body-shaming, & sexist slurs, death)

someday angeline— this is more about not fitting in and figuring out how to be the person you want to be but like, I LOVE IT SO MUCH, i don’t know it is really gentlefunny good for me (tw suicide to be safe)

aristotle & dante discover the secrets of the universe— heyyyyyyyyyyyyyy i’m not kidding this book is 100% just conversations but they are so i don’t know so healthy and real and careful and gorgeous and you might be loved (tw homophobic and transphobic hate crimes including murder)

the forestwife— a robin hood retelling that is mostly just about a forest community of women who have run away and are remaking themselves and healing and loving and rejoicing in each other, so the best, basically (tw misogynistic violence, murder, self harm)

the drowning girl— i am a little tentative about putting this on and like jsyk it is VERY DIFFICULT TO READ, but it is also so so exquisitely well done, it’s a fantasy novel narrated by a mentally ill queer woman who uses myths and folktales to try to figure out what she has experienced, and it’s just so god like— you are the authority on yourself, you can know things, and you can survive them (tw mental illness, intrusive thoughts, fantastical violence, violent sexual imagery, gaslighting/false memories, self harm, suicide ideation and suicide)

zel— a rapunzel retelling, my favorite rapunzel, you can be okay you can be happy (tw self harm and violence)

bitterblue— okay this is the third in its series (graceling and fire are first) and the first two are also super about like, coming to take control of your own person and forgiving and loving yourself but this one is just like, i don’t know, it is precisely i think what you are looking for, it is about a queen and her kingdom trying to heal, read them all and then read this one (series tw: rape, violence against women, child sexual abuse, self harm, suicide, gaslighting, mind control)

a monster calls— haha this book is like therapy 2 me but like vaguely creepy gorgeous fantastical therapy, a boy’s mother is sick and he is visited by a monster and the monster wants him to tell the truth. don’t read this one in public (tw cancer, bullying, violence, death)

speak— honestly, you and me and my mom have all already read speak, and i sometimes find myself frustrated with its ubiquitousness (ubiquity?), but it does some things really really well and the protagonist’s voice is so fucking amazing (tw rape, self harm)

locomotion— i don’t often like books that are all poetry but this is really really beautiful, about a boy and his families, a boy learning how to remake family and say who he wants to be (tw death)

ash— this is another one about how the hardest thing is living, but living can be so sweet and good and worth it and you can be loved (QUEER CINDERELLA) (tw death, suicide ideation)

the sparrow & children of god— hahaaha aaagh more hesitance because these books are SO UPSETTING and even if they manage to make sense out of themselves and be okay they’re still like. i don’t know. these books give me a lot of really good hard things but take the tws seriously. this is jesuit priests in space, basically, and about the foolish hopeful things people do that go badly, and about reconciling faith with trauma and making meaning in chaos and junk. they’re really— really really really beautifully crafted and the characters are so important 2 me but also i cannot express this enough, VERY DIFFICULT AND AWFUL to read. (tw rape, abuse, death, lots of death, mutilation and body trauma)

the miseducation of cameron post— i wasn’t 100% about this book but i know a lot of people that it really really helped a lot and like, yeah, i get that (tw homophobia, self harm, mutilation, gaslighting, abuse, death)

anne of green gables— i don’t know, i am fully in favor of rereading anne of green gables as a tonic for all things, that’s all. you make the world around you, i love anne so much, that’s all goodbye

tender morsels— another one, a fantasy retelling of rose red snow white, that is very painful but then like— very very important. it is about moms and daughters and sisters and the struggle to be real, mostly, i guess (tw rape, incest (father/daughter rape), violence, bestiality not really just in case?, harassment)

the only alien on the planet— i love this book so muuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuch, i think because it engages so uniquely with all these same things, like the terrifying responsibility of loving people, and the things you share and the things you don’t, and being your own and connecting and healing and Knowing i don’t know this is all nonsense i’m writing read this book it’s fabulous and it will be good to you (tw domestic violence, domestic abuse, gaslighting, mental illness)

jellicoe road— melina marchetta is amazing, that’s all, and it is hard to forgive or know your parents, and to even know who you might be. try running around and kidnapping other students in lieu of thinking about it and then cry a lot (tw suicide, death, abuse, drugs)

the secret garden— lol sorry i just. still care about the secret garden. MAKE A SECRET GARDEN IN YOUR SOUL. (tw really fucked up handling of physical disability, racism, i don’t know if i actually recommend this book at all it’s just so formative)

what jamie saw— aaaaaaaaaaaa this is really REALLY a lot, small and not-simple, a little boy and his mother and his baby sister and they are gonna be okay (tw domestic violence, child abuse)

the perks of being a wallflower— lol high school stuff, i only read this because i wanted to see my wife emma watson in the movie and like i don’t 100% love this book but there are things i really love about this book anyway and you’ve probably read it but maybe you haven’t i don’t know don’t listen to me what do i know i’m only married to emma watson (tw child sexual abuse, mental illness, drugs?)

the girls of no return— i really really liked this and it’s not necessarily inspiring but like, it’s still i don’t know, it’s not like other books and in a good way, it’s girls at a rehabilitation camp figuring shit out badly and not doing the right thing always, read it maybe (tw self harm, violence, drug use, disordered eating)

charm and strange— this one also DO NOT READ IT if you are not feeling okay, it is about a teenage boy who thinks he is a werewolf, and i love it because like, there is this prolific Narrative of Healing that says you have to talk about it and accept other people’s labels on your life and this is that rare book that privileges his own knowledge of his own experiences, and says he doesn’t have to share, but it’s also more about his knowing than his healing, and it’s really really difficult, but i’m putting it here because i think it’s relevant (tw child sexual abuse, suicide, child suicide)

daughter of the forest— vaguely historical fantasy retelling of that one swan legend; your hands are your own stuff, you can keep going stuff, i’m sorry i love literally all of these books still whoops teenage me stuff (tw rape, misogyny)

seraphina— i am sort of iffy about this book because it is one of those fantasy metaphors about real world oppression but it talks about my things SO WELL via fantasy metaphors that like i guess i am holding out hope its sequel will have actual diverse representation and not just dragons, anyway it is about learning to hate yourself and then learning to find a community and unlearn everything else and be a person (tw self harm, fantastical violence)

i don’t know if you like picture books at all but i love picture books here are my favorites about surviving and being okay: the relatives came, sheila rae the brave, extra yarn, a chair for my mother, kenny’s window, and wind child

SORRY THIS POST WAS THE LONGEST THING, i love you

anonymous asked:

any book recommendations? have a nice day!

OH friend, you have unleashed the beast.

1. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (Science Fiction, Dystopia)

2. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (Historical Fiction)

3. Game of Thrones by George RR Martin (Fantasy)

4. The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien (Fantasy)

5. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley (Science Fiction, Dystopia)

6. 1984 by George Orwell (Science Fiction, Dystopia)

7. Waiting for Godot by Samuel Becket (Absurdist Fiction, Play)

8. Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman (Fantasy, Science Fiction)

9. The Dark Half by Stephen King (Horror)

10. Red Dragon by Thomas Harris (Horror)

11. A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn (Historical Fiction)

12. Lolita by Vladimir Nobokov (Fiction?? What is this book even???)

13. The Maze Runner by James Dashner (Science Fiction, Dystopia)

14. Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke (Prose/Poetry)

15. The Lord of the Flies by William Golding (Fiction, Allegory)

16. All the Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle not even kidding all of them (Fiction, Mystery)

17. Green River Rising by Tim Willocks (Fiction, Mystery)

18. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini (Historical Fiction)

19. Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk (Mystery, Fiction, Satire)

20. Holes by Louis Sachar (Fiction, Satire)

READ THEM ALL, THEN REPORT BACK TO ME STAT SO WE CAN HAVE IN-DEPTH CONVERSATIONS ABOUT OUR FAVORITE CHARACTERS, PREFERABLY OVER A NICE HOT DRINK AND YUMMY SNACKS WITH A ROARING FIRE IN THE BACKGROUND AND SOME CATS TO PET

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d.a.s