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1. Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte Yeah, I know. I'm getting right on it and reading this one before the end of the year. I'm constantly seeing this book on favorite classics lists and being told how great it is.
2. Little Women, Louisa May Alcott I never read this as kid, but I'm still interested in reading it. A lot of people list it as one of their favorite books from their childhood.
3. 1984, George Orwell People talk about this one a lot too. I have heard multiple people say that this book majorly impacted them, and I am excited to read it soon.
4. Between Shades of Gray, Ruta Sepetys I hear this is great from fans of historical fiction. I have read Out of the Easy by Sepetys and really enjoyed her writing. This book sounds beautiful; it follows a young girl and her family under the Stalinist Repression who are separated and sent to work camps.
5. Vampire Academy, Rachelle Mead I put this series on my top ten books I'm on the fence about list last week, and lots of people told me to give it a go, and I just might!
5. Falling Kingdoms, Morgan Rhodes This has been talked about a lot lately, and recommended to fantasy fans.
6. The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Neil Gaiman This book is everywhere and has been since its release late last year! I have read The Graveyard Book by Gaiman and I am interested in reading more of his works, but I think I'm going to read more of his middle grade fiction before moving on to his adult fiction.
7. The Sherlockian, Graham Moore This rec. comes from my mother, who is a huge Sherlock Holmes fan, She's the one who got me hooked on Sherlock, and she says I will love this book because both Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Oscar Wilde are in it. As soon as she mentioned Oscar, I knew I was going to have to read it.
8. The Wheel of Time Series, Robert Jordan This one comes from my dad. He is a huge epic fantasy reader and has read all thirteen of the books in this series, some multiple times and loves them! He talked me into reading the first two and I enjoyed them, but haven't continued on yet. He says they just keep getting better and better with every book.
9. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams This is my brother's recommendation. He loves this series, and has read them all. He talked me into reading the first one, and I thought it was okay, but I just don't think it's my thing. Regardless, he still tires to convince me to read them.
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