Should I not read any of these books? LONG POST!?
I just want your opinion and a breif description about why. Please remember don't spoil them for me, I may read them anyway.
Any I should add? I would appreciate that too.
Mister Monday / Garth Nix.
Wasteland. by Antony Johnston
Lullaby / Chuck Palahniuk.
Naked lunch / William S. Burroughs.
Geek love / Katherine Dunn.
The reader / Bernhard Schlink
Glass / Ellen Hopkins.
Burned / Ellen Hopkins.
Identical / Ellen Hopkins.
Impulse / Ellen Hopkins.
Book of a thousand days / Shannon Hale.
Obernewtyn / Isobelle Carmody.
The hot zone / Richard Preston.
BoneMan's daughters / Ted R. Dekker
The vanishing / Bentley Little.
The story of Edgar Sawtelle / David Wroblewski.
The sleeping doll / Jeffery Deaver.
Driving with dead people / Monica Holloway.
Last seen leaving / Kelly Braffet.
Blood meridian/ Cormac McCarthy.
Panic / Jeff Abbott.
Gone / Lisa Gardner.
Bunker 10 / J.A. Henderson.
Bliss / Lauren Myracle.
Secondhand world / Katherine Min.
The shadow of the torturer / Gene Wolfe.
Monster / Christopher Pike.
The wasp factory / Iain Banks.
Poison study / Maria V. Snyder.
Comes the blind fury / John Saul.
The God project / John Saul.
Battle royale / Koushun Takami
My sister's keeper / Jodi Picoult.
Promise not to tell / Jennifer McMahon.
Survivor / J.F. Gonzalez.
Living dead girl / Elizabeth Scott.
In odd we trust / Dean Koontz
World War Z / Max Brooks.
Neuromancer / William Gibson
Marked / P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast.
The magus / John Fowles.
Speak softly, she can hear / Pam Lewis
In the woods / Tana French.
Ender's game / Orson Scott Card.
The Hunger Games / Suzanne Collins.
Veronika decides to die / Paulo Coelho
Before I go / Riley Weston.
A prisoner of birth / Jeffrey Archer.
Johnny got his gun / Dalton Trumbo.
My sister's keeper / Nora Kelly.
Unwind / Neal Shusterman.
Nineteen minutes / Jodi Picoult.
Alanna / Tamora Pierce.
Blindness / Jose Saramago
A great and terrible beauty / Libba Bray.
Lullabies for little criminals / Heather O'Neill.
As I lay dying / William Faulkner.
The alchemist / Paulo Coelho
The book of unholy mischief / Elle Newmark.
Life of Pi / Yann Martel.
Deadly harvest / Heather Graham.
Crank / Ellen Hopkins
The virgin suicides / Jeffrey Eugenides.
Middlesex / Jeffrey Eugenides.
The five people you meet in heaven / Mitch Albom.
Fahrenheit 451 / Ray Bradbury.
Hold tight / Harlan Coben.
wlucynsky, I have read all of the other Odd books, but I thought the last one sucked. They all kinda declined throughout the series. But I love Dean Koontz so I figured I'd give it a shot. Thanks for offering your advice.
avidreader, many thanks for the heads up. I had my doubts about that one. It didn't sound like one I would have chosen for myself but someone on B&A recommened I check it out. I think I'll skip it.
Tamara, I don't ususally read the "classics" so if it is dull I will NEVER get into it. I appreciate it. The only other classic I have on my list is To Kill a Mockingbird. I totally intend to read it.
thewriter, no one could pry me away from the oppurtunity to read those two books. They have been recommended to me by several of my peers. Thanks for your encouragement