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Wollongong City Libraries (wollongongcitylibraries) | 33 comments Mod
Please List some books that we can Choose to start reading.
So far we have suggestions for the following

A Walk to Remember by Nicholas SparksWither (The Chemical Garden, #1) by Lauren DeStefanoV for Vendetta by Alan Moore1984 by George OrwellLife of Pi by Yann MartelHades (Halo, #2) by Alexandra AdornettoShiver (The Wolves of Mercy Falls, #1) by Maggie Stiefvater



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Laura Gomes | 32 comments Mod
What else should we add to the list?


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Lisa (lisaspoot) Cassandra Clare's 'Mortal Instruments' series.
'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' - Stephen Chbosky
'Alice in Wonderland' - Lewis Carroll
'The Princess Bride' - William Goldman
'The Catcher in the Rye' - J.D. Salinger.

All books that I have read and enjoyed, and al come highly recommended for YA readers.


Wollongong City Libraries (wollongongcitylibraries) | 33 comments Mod
sounds great! do you want to add them to the toreads bookshelf?


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Steph (chewhackher) | 10 comments Mod
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams!


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Laura Gomes | 32 comments Mod
Lisa wrote: "Cassandra Clare's 'Mortal Instruments' series.
'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' - Stephen Chbosky
'Alice in Wonderland' - Lewis Carroll
'The Princess Bride' - William Goldman
'The Catcher in the R..."


Lisa wrote: "Cassandra Clare's 'Mortal Instruments' series.

Just about to start City Of Bones. Have you read that yet? Heard tonight that it's a little slow

'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' - Stephen Chbosky
'Alice in Wonderland' - Lewis Carroll
'The Princess Bride' - William Goldman
'The Catcher in the R..."



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Lisa (lisaspoot) I quite liked it. Although, yeah I guess it was a little slow


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Laura Gomes | 32 comments Mod
Ok well, i guess that means I'll read it. I heard the clockwork series is much better? Have you read them? Will have to make sure we have them at work :)


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Lisa (lisaspoot) I haven't, but they seem a bit more up my alley. We have the first 2 :)


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Laura Gomes | 32 comments Mod
I have just reserved a heap of great books including that series for the YA book club


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Steph (chewhackher) | 10 comments Mod
For those who love Lord of the Rings I highly suggest you start getting into (if you haven't already) George R.R. Martin's A song of Ice and Fire series. They are long books heavy with detail bringing to life the rich world which he has created, they will not disappoint!


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Abdul (thenigeriannomad) | 1 comments Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card - for those of you who like a bit of psychological depth to their characters, this is a prime read. the story itself is also really good :)


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Laura Gomes | 32 comments Mod
It's funny you mention that book Abdul. My friend Ev suggested that about a week ago, looks like I'll add that to my reading list


Christine W. •  Teena Reid (teenareid84) | 1 comments I recommend "Tales if Aradia The Last Witch" Volumes 1-5 by L.A. Jones. They rival The Twilight Saga! Please check them out! The first one is free on Amazon Kindle right now - http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B004VTC...


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Wollongong City Libraries (wollongongcitylibraries) | 33 comments Mod
I have just started the

The Walking Dead, Vol. 1 Days Gone Bye by Robert Kirkman
Walking Dead Vol 1

So far this is fantastic!


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