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what should i read next?

Hi friends! I have a rare quick minute in which I’m not scheduled to read a book and i wanna read a kids book! Problem is, i have seven on my MUST READ NOW list and i can’t decide.  Can you help me pick what i should read next?

Here are the choices:

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From the bottom:

  • Son, the final book in Lois Lowry’s The Giver quartet
  • Will Grayson Will Grayson by John Green (my bf) and David Levithan
  • The Fault in our Stars by John Green (my bf)
  • Matched by Ally Condie (famous famous writer)
  • The Revolution of Evelyn Serrano by Sonia Manzano (Maria from Sesame Street!)
  • STAT by Amar’e Stoudemire (famous basketball guy)
  • All the Right Stuff by Walter Dean Myers (National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature)

 

Help me choose, they all look SO GOOD!

p.s i smell a giveaway…

 

11 replies on “what should i read next?”

Read Son! Its funny I just ordered the second book in the series to read. The Giver is one of my absolute favorite books of all time. How happy was I yesterday to see another book came out in the series!

i WANT to read son but i havent read the other two. YET. sigh. so many books, so little time…

Either Matched, or The Fault in Our Stars. I haven’t read them yet, but I’ve heard so many amazing things, I am dying to get my hands on both of them.

i LOVE john green so there’s that and i would love to get hooked on a new series like ally condie’s so i could start that…

Oh my, there is really no choice but you must read The fault in our stars. Even if you do choose another book as your main read this is a must read.

Oh please please please read The Fault in our Stars! It is so good. Matched was meh.

Fault is in Our Stars. That’s my rec.

(Outside the list here…and you seem like an outside-the-list kinda gal…I’d say you should read Maira Kalman’s Lincoln book…if you haven’t already….)

I’m finishing up a pretty great book now called “Three Fugitives” by Nat Howler, it’s part of the Six Stones Trilogy. You can check out him and the book on the website http://nathowler.com/.

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