Fantasy

When we think of fantasy, we usually think of stories that have lots of magic happening in them, and…

  • dragons and other magical creatures
  • witches and warlocks
  • fairy tales
  • other worlds
  • more magic!

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  1. SC says:

    Have you ever wanted to read an action packed book? Then you’ve come to the right place. I’m going tell you about the book The Glass Gauntlet by Carter Roy which is the second book in a series. The problem is that the Blood Guard needs to save a Pure who is in danger by people who are trying to destroy it. The problem will lead to some mysterious clues and ambushes and will end up in a weird place. Carter Roy has written a story that is sure to put you on the edge of your seat at its intense points. When you start reading this it will pull you in so that you can’t stop reading it. This story will show how teamwork always helps you out in situations. I think that this book would be for 3rd grade and up because of the violence.

  2. JB says:

    Will Evelyn Ronan Truelove find his father or will he find out his father’s secret? In the Blood Guard by Carter Roy, Ronan’s dad has mysteriously gone missing, and Ronan’s mom is going alone to find her husband. Also, Ronan’s mom is part of a secret society called the Blood Guard. The mom gives Ronan a train ticket so he can be safe with the guard. On the train Ronan finds one person on the guard and a girl he knows whose name is Greta. They go on a treacherous journey to find Ronan’s dad. This book made me question a lot. I recommend this book to people that like action books like me.

  3. HR says:

    Have you ever felt like your friend is keeping a secret? Then follow a teenage girl named Bella Swan in a book called Twilight, the New York Times #1 bestseller by Stephenie Meyer, because she feels that way, too. One of the main problems is when Bella meets Edward Cullen in biology. He smells her blood and he makes a weird face. She thinks that she smells bad, and they have an awkward first meet. After class Edward saves Bella from being hit by a truck, and she begins to realize he’s not like other guys. This leads Bella to look for answers, and she is a little doubtful of Edward’s honesty, so she look’s for clues about him and his family. Then when she is being attacked by a couple of thugs, it is revealed that Edward is not only abnormally strong, but can read minds and is actually a vampire. To see what happens next, you’ll have to read the book. This story will make you feel excited, and you will feel like you are in the story, too! This will make you wonder what will happens next, so I encourage you to read this book. You should read the other books in the series, too!

  4. ACP says:

    Have you ever wished to be a fairy-tale prince or princess? Well, you may rethink that after reading The School for Good and Evil! Author Soman Chainani wonderfully reimagined classic fairy-tales in a way that shows for every princess, there’s a witch. The book focuses on two main female lead characters named Sophie and Agatha. Sophie longs for a life of adventure at the School for Good, while Agatha simply wants her graveyard house, her evil cat, and her best friend. But when the School Master takes Sophie and Agatha to The School for Good and Evil, they realize that happy endings aren’t always picture perfect. While the girls desperately try to find a way home, a riddle from the School Master keeps them trapped and kept me turning the pages. The School for Good and Evil will make you rethink everything. It is an amazing tale of love, friendship, and the fine line between good and evil. I recommend this book to people who don’t like traditional fairy-tale endings or bland stories about a prince and a princess. While it isn’t in the library here at JFDS, it’s still worth your while to read.

  5. GE says:

    Welcome to a secret, magical island called Artime, inhabited by kids sent to death on a yearly purge but saved by the Head Mage of Artime, Marcus Today. In the book Unwanteds Island of Graves by Lisa McMann, one might think these kids are lucky to be in Artime, but all is not well there. On the other half of the island, Quil, Goldney Rattap has just taken charge as High Priest because the former High Priest was kidnapped by one of the neighboring islands. Goldney has been wreaking havoc killing civilians of Quil and people from Artime who venture into Quil. The kids, lead by Alex Stowe, have to put a stop to her before things get out of control. This book will make you full of anticipation to see what will happen next and make you wish you could see what’s happening with your eyes like it did to me. I loved this book and while reading made many connections, finding myself thinking of what might happen next and waiting until the next opportunity I had to read more. I would recommend this entire series to anyone who likes books like Harry Potter, as they have quite a lot in common, including a magical school and kids who use magic to defend it. So if you ever want a good book to read, check out this one.

  6. Sammi says:

    Do you like mythical creatures such as vampires and werewolves that are trying to hide their immortality? Well, then you should read the Twilight series written by Stephenie Meyer, a very famous writer who has been working on this series for a long time. In the book there is a girl named Bella Swan who used to live in Florida with her mother, but when she was old enough she decided to move into her dad’s home in Forks. When Bella had her first day of school, she was sitting at lunch and fell in love with a guy named Edward Cullen, and he loved Bella, too. But Edward is a vampire and Bella isn’t, and there is a vampire group after Bella trying to bite her. The Cullen family can control not biting humans; all they really bite are animals.The Cullen family are trying their very best to protect Bella. So far I have loved these books! They have a lot of action in them. I recommend you read this amazing series!

  7. Silverdolphin827 says:

    Have you ever wished that you were a wizard or witch? If so then you should read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J. K. Rowling. Harry Potter is an ordinary boy tormented by his aunt, uncle, and cousin Dudley after his parents died in a car crash…or so he thought. When mysterious letters written with green ink start appearing addressed to Harry, Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia refuse to let him read them. They can’t turn away a large man by the name of Hagrid who shows up on their doorstep as easily though. When Hagrid reveals to Harry that he is a wizard and there is a special school called Hogwarts for people like Harry where they learn to control their magic, Harry is delighted. He soon learns that his parents were killed by a powerful wizard named Lord Voldemort and Voldemort couldn’t kill him. He is famous in the wizarding world and goes to school with that fame hanging over his head. We follow him on his adventure through Hogwarts and unfortunately, Harry has a talent for attracting trouble. Reading this series will make anyone wish they could buy a wand and go to Hogwarts themselves. Of course, reading this book is the next best thing. I recommend this book to anyone who likes a fast-paced adventure.

  8. chickenpickle52 says:

    I recently finished a good book called George by Alex Gino. I love this book. I would recommend this book for people who want to stand up for transgender kids because it doesn’t matter and they still don’t want to be treated differently. This book is about George, a boy who wants to be a girl. George has some bullying because he tries to tell people he is a girl but can’t get enough courage until the last moment. This book was a great inspiration for different kids. Don’t look at kids differently. Your gender doesn’t matter!!

    • Mrs. Patterson says:

      I have put your review in the realistic fiction section as this is not a fantasy, but thanks for reviewing George. I am reading it at the moment and it’s breaking my heart.

  9. Thatkid2410 says:

    The Copper gauntlet by Holly Black was an amazing book. It started with Callum Hunt going back to his house with his father. His father tells him he doesn’t have to go back to the Magisterium, and he can teach him at home, but Callum loses his dog, Havoc, and they go searching for it, but he finds him in their basement chained up. Then Callum hurts his father, who he believes is guilty and runs away to his school. When (he realizes that) his father could be killed because of having a dark object called the Alkahest, he goes on a mission to save him.

  10. Have you ever read classic fairytales? If so then you will love the series the Land of Stories by Chris Colfer. Alex and Conner accidentally fell into the land of stories through a book and have been having adventures there ever since. In the sixth book, Worlds Collide the fairytale world and the otherworld are about to collide! And worse than that Alex has gone missing! The twins have been preparing for a battle with the literary army but it looks like that isn’t the only side that’s fighting. The witches want in on the action too. Can Conner and his friends beat these impossible odds? Will they ever find Alex? Find out in this exciting fantasy novel!

  11. Have you read the first four books in the Land of Stories series by Chris Colfer? If so, then you will love the fifth book; An Author’s Odyssey. The fairytale world is in chaos! It has been taken over by an army of characters led by the masked man, the queen of hearts, Captain Hook, and the wicked witch of the west! Alex and Conner are desperate to find a way to stop them so they decide to recruit characters from Conner’s own stories in an attempt to stop them. They travel through stories that Conner wrote and go on daring adventures inside in hopes of saving the fairytale world. Conner’s old friend Bree Campbell meanwhile is investigating a mystery of her own. How she and Emmerich could pass through the portal through the fairytale world when you need magic in your blood to do so. Will she discover secret relationships she didn’t even know about? Will Alex and Conner succeed or is the fairytale world doomed? Find out in this thrilling tale!

  12. A review of the Beyond the Kingdoms by Chris Colfer, the fourth in the Land of Stories series.
    After winning the war with the Grand Armee things are peaceful in the land of stories, or are they? After discovering that the masked man was her father, newly christened fairy godmother, Alex Bailey has spent months wondering how her father could betray her like that. She starts to lose control of her emotions and with them, her powers! After spending months helping Alex track down The Masked Man, the fairy counsel tries to force her to stop this obsession. They “ungodmother” her and she becomes an outlaw in the land of stories! But Alex knows in her heart that The Masked Man is dangerous and with the help of her brother and friends she chases him through the fairytale world and beyond. They chased him through classic stories like The Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland. Will they catch him? Or is the fairytale world doomed by a threat they don’t know about? You will be on the edge of your seat through the whole thing! I didn’t put it down until I was done.

  13. Silverdolphin827 says:

    Did you like the first two books of The Land of Stories series by Chris Colfer? If so then you will love The Land of Stories: A Grimm Warning. In the land of stories Alex is working hard to become a full-time fairy and in our world Conner is going on a trip to Germany to hear some newly discovered stories by the brothers Grimm. When Conner hears a warning in disguise in the new stories he immediately goes into action. He travels across Europe with a girl named Bree Campbell to check the Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany where a portal to the land of stories might be open. He travels through it and learns that the land of stories is threatened by a two-hundred-year-old army of French soldiers from Napoleon’s grand army. He finds his sister and the two of them set out to save the fairytale world. Will they succeed? Or is the French army a greater threat than they could possibly imagine? Little do they know that they will discover a secret that will change their lives forever. I recommend this book to anyone who likes fast-paced adventures.

  14. Silverdolphin827 says:

    Have you read The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell? I recommend The Land of Stories: The Enchantress Returns to anyone who wants to see what happens to Alex and Conner next. It’s been a year since Alex and Conner returned from the land of stories and Alex has spent every day of that year wishing she could go back. Even stranger, the twins haven’t seen their grandma in a year. When their mother is kidnapped and taken to the fairytale world and their grandma appears with a small army of soldiers to put the twins under house arrest they know something is wrong. The twins are desperate to find out anything about their Mom’s whereabouts. They search for a portal to the land of stories and when they find one they don’t hesitate to go through. They find the fairytale land in fear for the evil enchantress Ezmia has returned. The twins go on an adventure to find the Wand of Wonderment in hopes of saving the world from her. Will the twins succeed? Or is this the end of the land of stories? I recommend this book to anyone who liked The Wishing Spell.

  15. SilverDolphin827 says:

    Have you ever wondered what happens to your favorite fairytale characters after their stories end? In Chris Colfer’s novel The Wishing Spell you can find out! Alex and Conner’s lives have been rough since their Dad died and they are in more need than ever of a little magic. When their Grandma gives them her storybook of fairytales the twins had no idea they were going to embark on an adventure of a lifetime! After discovering the book was a portal to the fairytale land after falling into it the twins immediately start to look for a way home. Along the way, they make new friends and meet characters they had only dreamed of meeting. Little did they know they were going to discover a secret that would change their lives forever. This fast-paced adventure story is impossible to put down and you’ll find yourself wishing you could fall into this book yourself! This amazing fantasy story is full of surprising twists and will bring magic to the life of anyone who reads it.

    (This is the first in a series of six books…so far)

  16. SilverDolphin827 says:

    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a royal princess? Princess Meg, the main protagonist of Kate Coombs’ story The Runaway Princess, would tell you it’s not so great. When Meg’s father offers her hand in marriage and half the kingdom to the prince who rids the land of dragons, witches, and bandits Princess Meg rebels. As a result, she is locked in a tower until the contest is over. With the help of some friends, Meg escapes and embarks on a quest to save the dragon, witch, and bandits of the land and prove her own capability. Along the way she makes some new friends and proves she’s made for more than just stitching and sewing. If you like high fantasy adventures then this is the book for you! This is a fast-paced story that is impossible to put and never will you look at fantasy the same way again.

  17. Baymax05 says:

    The BFG
    Author:Roald Dahl
    This book is 1 book but there is anther [other] books [by Roald Dahl] on Matilda,Boy:tales of childhood,Charlie and the chocolate factory,Charlie and the great glass elevator,and James and the giant peach.
    I like this book because their was a lot of intense moments,also the adventure.
    The BFG is about Sophie who is an orphan taken by the BFG.Then she is taken to giant country.She see’s author giants but there bigger than the Big Friendly Giant,the BFG told her that the author giants eat kids,but the BFG is a dream giant.Sophie thinks of all the kids,she wants the Big Friendly Giant to make a dream about the giants and how each night they go out and eat kids,so she can give it to the Queen!Will the Queen ever help?I recommend this to people who likes intense books and action books.

  18. JKA says:

    Have you ever been in a situation that pulls you in two directions? Callum Hunt is the main character of The Iron Trial by Holly Black & Cassandra Clare. Callum accidentally gets into a magic school that is called the Magisterium. He starts to wonder whether to go to the Magisterium or stay with is dad. His dad does not approve of going to the Magisterium because magic is the reason why his mother died. During the Cold Massacre where Call’s mother died, Callum’s leg gets twisted which will effect him later in the future. Join Call and his friends as he walks through the first gate of control at the end of the book.This book is so amazing that you feel like you’re there. We thought this book was a fantastic and exiting novel.We can make so many life connections to this novel. It teaches us the meaning of friendship.We recommend this novel for those who love magical adventures.

  19. LBR 4-6 says:

    Do you believe in magic? If so you should read a thrilling series, The Magisterium by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare. The Iron Trial is the first book of this series about a 14 year old boy named Callum Hunt in the Magisterium. This is a school underground that teaches how to control magic. Call’s father, Alistair Hunt, has hated magic ever since Call’s mother died from it. Call has to fail the test to get into the Magisterium, but he gets enrolled anyway and is now in the higher class than some students. This leads to twists and turns in Call’s future and past. Magic has slowly healed his leg, and he makes more friends and one is furry. This story is funny, exciting, and we loved it. This book is full of surprises. But soon a bigger test awaits Call. Will he graduate? Well, you’ll have to read the book to find out.

  20. DBC 1-3 says:

    If you’re looking for a book full of magic, friendship and adventure, check out The Iron Trial by Holly Black. Call, the main character, gets picked on for his leg at school, but that all changes at the Iron Trial. Call fails at failing at the Iron Trial and ends up stuck underground in the Magisterium. He becomes friends with his roommates and learns the five important elements of magic. He also learns the key to his past. We really enjoyed this book, and it reminded us of Harry Potter. When you keep reading the book it gets more interesting and you always want to read more. If you liked this book there is a series that gets more intense.

    • Mrs. Patterson says:

      Great review DBC 1-3! You’re right on there being more in the series. The second is called The Copper Gauntlet, and the third is The Bronze Key.

  21. Marbles123 says:

    If you want magic and a lot of wonky then you should read Upside Down Magic. There is a girl named Nory. Her magic is fluxer. That type of magic can turn into any animal. She has trouble with her magic. She wants to get into Sage Academy. But her magic gets wonky. If you want to see what happens to her well you should read Upside Down Magic.

  22. Bookworm252 says:

    Jack Swift is born a wizard but without a stone. His aunt an enchanter hires a wizard to get Jack a stone. But the wizards implants a warrior stone so when Jack is older she can play him in The Games for The White Rose. To find out who the White Roses and the Games are you should read the Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima. There are five books in the series.

  23. Anonymous says:

    ➠➠😌

  24. Connor P Room 222 says:

    I just recently finished reading Four part of the Divergent series by Veronica Roth. The book Four is The whole Divergent series throughs Four’s perspective you can find out things that you have never even known about Four. Even though this is through Four’s perspective it is still a great book and I encourage you guys to read it if you are into the Divergent series. This to me was a 9 out of a 10.

  25. Aparri says:

    I am reading “StarLight” (by Erin Hunter). It is about a couple of cats who are getting dreams from Starclan. Starclan is where cats that have died go if they follow the warrior code, and they have to find out what it means to keep there clan safe.

  26. Owen S. says:

    I have been reading a very great book by Brandon Sanderson called The Way of Kings. It follows many different central characters that not only have very interesting background stories, but satisfyingly relatable personalities. From the self-absorbed master spearman to the emotional assassin that is forced to do his masters’ biddings. It takes place in a medieval era world where a large war erupts after the absence of a godlike group of knights called the Radiant Knights. I can’t give away anything big, but the situations the characters are put in bring out their wonderfully told personality to create a great book.

  27. unicornking213 says:

    Terry Goodkind , The First Confessor, is a really good book it would be great for anyone who is looking for a challenge and a good long read.

  28. Brandon H. 108 says:

    I believe people should read the Harry Potter series because it’s a magical adventure in the palm of your hands. I mean I bet you saw the movie but did you know that the bike that Hagrid drove Harry to London with actually was Sirius Black’s bike? Like I said there is a lot of stuff from Harry Potter that you don’t know about because movie makers that make movies of books take stuff out. So I hope that you read the Harry Potter series. You can get it at your local library.

    • Mrs. Patterson says:

      I didn’t know the bike was Sirius Black’s! Well done! Keep your Harry Potter knowledge coming!

      • Mr. Panda says:

        Wow Brandon you really know a lot about Harry Potter 😀 I’ve only read the first book so I wouldn’t know so much my self, and I’ve seen some of the movies 🙂

    • luke_the_reader81 says:

      Oh yes, a Harry Potter nerd right here. Good job Brandon.

  29. Alex-222 says:

    I’ve just finished reading The Iron Trial by Holly Black. This book is perfect for someone who is interested in fantasy books! In this book the main character is Callum Hunt. Through out this book he gains power and tries to fight through his life and learn how to control magic at the Magisterium, much to his father disappointment.

  30. Cole says:

    Right now I am reading an awesome book called The Land of Stories by Chris Colfer it is a great book about a brother and a sister named Conner and Alex that get a book from their grandmother about fairy tales. But Alex notices something weird about the book and gets her and her brother sucked into the fairy tale. To get back into their world they will need to collect some of the land’s most famous items to make a spell to get back. They will face danger, monsters and a evil queen will they succeed.

  31. cheese burger says:

    The Copper Gauntlet (by Holly Black, book 2 in the Magisterium Series) was a really great book. Everyone should read read it.

  32. Bookworm252 says:

    I’m reading the book The Looking Glass War by Frank Beddor. It’s about how Alice from Alice in Wonderland has to come to are world. Alice tells a man named Charles Dodson about her life before she can to are world. Meanwhile her body guard Hatter Madigan is searching for her.

  33. A great and terrible beauty says:

    You should try A Great and Terrible Beauty. It is about a girl who realizes she has the power to go into other realms. There are 3 other books in the series and the author is Libba Bray.

  34. MOOSE says:

    You should read the Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare because this book has magical and mythical creatures, powers, romance, and action all in one. This book series is a great series by the author, and there is also the Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare too that has to do with this amazing series.

  35. Darkreader02 says:

    Anybody (should) read The Iron Trial. It’s great book!

  36. Bookworm 252 says:

    The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan is a amazing book about Carter and Sadie Kane who are descendants of two royal famlies. They only see each other twice a year ever since their mom died they have been kept apart. When Carter and his dad Julius visit Sadie while they are driving to the British Museum. What do Carter and Sadie’s amulets stand for? Read this epic fantasy series to learn about Egyptian gods, hieroglyphs, and many other Egyptian facts. There are three books in the series each as good as the other. A MUST READ!!!!!! If you like fantasy and magic you should read this book.

  37. Bookworm 252 says:

    The Candy Shop War by Brandon Mull is an amazing book. It’s a book about four kids who meet a magician who makes magical candy. Also there is another magician who makes non magic candy. Which magician is good and which one is bad? What about the mysterious man in the trench coat and fedora who keeps showing up.

    • Mrs. Patterson says:

      Sounds like a fantastic story! We have the second book, Arcade Catastrophe, available now in our library!

      • SpeedReader135 says:

        I agree. I would be interested in this book as well. I might go pick it up tomorrow as a matter a fact.

  38. Twinkle0122AJ says:

    The book I read was Warrior Cats Into The Wild By Erin Hunter Published in 2003. Its an amazing book!
    If you like cats and action like fighting, lots of deaths and a little bit of magic then you would love this series. The first book, Into The Wild, has a couple deaths and at least one fight.
    This series is very sad and you probably don’t want to get attached to a certain cat because they might die… I learned that.

  39. Madison M. says:

    My book is called My Last Best Friend by Julie Bowe it is the first book in a 3 book series. It is about at the main character Ida,whois still recovering from her best friend moves away and she doesn’t believe she will ever have an another best friend but on the first day of school she meets someone will they be friends? I like this book because I can relate to Ida and it is very hard to put the book down because it is very action packed. I recommend this book to people who like stories where the main character is getting bullied and how they over came it. I give this book 4.5 stars out of 5.

  40. Emma Y. says:

    In the book Artemis Fowl, the author Eoin Colfer does a great job sucking you into the book. When you pick up the book its like you can’t put it down. He is an amazing author. I could picture every thing that was being described, he did a beautiful job making this book. I give this book 4 out of 5 stars. I recommend this book to people that love mysteries and action, I don’t recommend this book to people who don’t like mysteries or action. If you like romantic stories this is definitely not for you. You do not have to be a certain gender to read this book. What pretty much happens is this little Fairy gets kidnapped while she was restoring her powers. Her team is trying to find her, will she make it out alive…. Read the book to find out. There is also a Play-away.

  41. DonaldTrump says:

    I have read the Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan. It is about Greek mythology and has monsters and Greek gods. I recommend it for people who like action/adventure. In the books Percy Jackson goes on many adventure for different things.

  42. Seth.M says:

    This Quarter I read THE 13 STORY TREEHOUSE By Andy Griffiths. Its about two kids that live in a 13 story treehouse they make books one book they have challenges as they go on. Its in a series which is the 26 Story Treehouse and the 36 Story Treehouse. I would have people that like fantasy read this because this has a lot of weird things, Its good for kids 8 and up because its not a really hard read.

  43. Connor P. says:

    This quarter I read Allegiant by Veronica Roth. This book was copyrighted in 2013. This book is part of the Divergent series. It is the 3rd book in the series. This book is about people that weren’t like everyone else. People are trying to kill them so they are always on the run. They are divergent so they are rare there is not a lot of divergent people. The back got me hooked in. My recommendation for this book is if you like action little bit of violence and romance I think this book should be for 5th grade up because it does have a some bad words. My opinion on this book is fairly good I would rate this book a 8.5 out of a ten. My question about this book is will their be more books to this series because I feel allegiant doesn’t really end there series and same with Four. This is my book talk on Allegiant

  44. John Cena!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! says:

    I’m reading The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan. There are Greek gods and lots of action.

  45. Bookworm 252 says:

    The Caretakers Guide to Fablehaven is a great informational book about the series Fablehaven by Brandon Mull.

  46. Batgirl101 says:

    I love the book Through the Woods written by Emily Carroll. It was published in 2014. This book is about 5 short stories. At the end there is a conclusion, where the author sort of connects the stories. There is an introduction at the beginning. All the stories are a little creepy, but I am sure most people can handle it. I recommend this book to 5th graders and up. I think that only 5th graders and up should read this book because some kids might get to scared.

  47. PokemonLover says:

    Hey, I’ve read a really good series called Animorphs by K.A. Applegate. It’s about a group of kids who meet an alien who gets them to morph into any living thing they touch to fight an alien invasion. (The aliens are) named yeerks who crawl into people’s heads and take control of their body. It is full of drama and adventure. There (are) about 50 books in the series.

  48. Twinkle0122AJ says:

    The book (I) read was “Drums,Girls and Dangerous Pie” (by Jordan Sonnenblick). Its a REALLY good book. It’s about a boy named Steven and he takes drums lessons and likes a girl named Renee and he has liked her for a LONG time. Anyways Steven’s little brother has a sickness that I’m not going to tell you (because) I want you to figure it out your selves.

  49. CatScratch747 says:

    Oh my gosh! MORE PEOPLE LIKE THESE BOOKS!!!

  50. DonaldTrump says:

    I read The Hobbit (by J.R.R. Tolkien). It was good. There were wizards, dragons, and goblins.

  51. Twinkle0122AJ says:

    FableHaven (by Brandon Mull) is awesome :3 😀

  52. Bookworm 252 says:

    The Unwanted series by Lisa McMann is a great book to read if you like magic and violence. It’s about these kids around 13 years old fighting for there life against there old community.

  53. Twinkle0122AJ says:

    Warrior cats is an awesome series about cats that live in the woods, The books have a lot of deaths and fights. The first book is called “Into The Woods” it only has a couple of fights and deaths in that one but as you read the rest there’s a lot most of there deaths are really sad and some people die of regular deaths >.<

  54. CatScratch747 says:

    If you like demons, fairies, suspense, and magic warfare, have I got a book for YOU! Fablehaven: Keys To The Demon Prison, by Brandon Mull.

  55. Barak Obama says:

    Has anyone read Wings of Fire by Tui T. Sutherland? I really liked how it was dragons instead of humans telling the story.

  56. CatScratch747 says:

    If you like demons, fairies, suspense, and magic warfare, have I got a book for YOU! Read Fablehaven: Keys To The Demon Prison, by Brandon Mull!

  57. 'lil' alley cat says:

    Has any one read the Lunar Chronicle Series By Marissa Meyer?

  58. Kittenlover16 says:

    Totally. I love the Harry Potter series. I am only on book five and I love it.

  59. Chiken McNugget says:

    I like the Harry Potter series. It is almost the only thing i do after I get home from school.

    • Bookworm 252 says:

      The Harry Potter books by J.k Rowling are some of my favorite books. Everyone says that the 5th book is the worst, but it’s my favorite.

  60. Jarquanzela says:

    I really like The Red Pyramid series by Rick Riordan.

  61. I'm Batman says:

    I really like Lockwood and co. (at least what I’ve read already!!!)

  62. The Brotherhood Delta says:

    I just finished reading the manga fantasy, Maximum Ride. Its a great book about how the civilization has advanced a little bit and how 5 friends are trying to survive in this ”New” world or so to speak. But when one of their friends get captured they will do anything to save her. I would prefer this book to people that like comics and action. Also not minding that the main character, Max, is a girl.

  63. Mrs. Patterson says:

    I loved The Prisoner of Azkaban as well. Tell us a little about why this story was your favorite!

  64. Me, too! So glad I’m not the only one.

  65. I love the Harry Potter series, the Chronicles of Narnia, the Lord of the Rings, and many others. If you haven’t read any of these, I would totally recommend.

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