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Friday, August 6, 2010

My Favorite Book Plots

This is part of Favorites Week here on my blog. Be sure to check out the other posts!
10 plots that I wish I'd thought of...

10. An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
A genius on a roadtrip. That's really all there is to it, but it's SO MUCH MORE.

9. The Morganville Vampires Series by Rachel Caine
A town ruled by vampires where everything looks fine and dandy, but underneath darkness lurks. It's a town. Ruled by vampires.

8. Maximum Ride by James Patterson
Kids who were born with 2% avian DNA, and as a result have wings. They spend their time running from and fighting the people who made them and then raised them in cages in a lab, while simultaneously learning about their supposed destiny to save the world.

7. The Mediator Series by Meg Cabot
Suze can see ghosts, and  has a hot dead Spaniard living in her bedroom. She has to help guide ghosts to the other side, but they're not all so willing, and it's not as easy as it might seem.

6. Wake by Lisa McMann
Janie sees other peoples dreams, and can use that to help solve crimes. Awesome! Too bad about the side effects.

5. Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

Popular Samantha relives her last day seven times, trying to make things right. Groundhog Day for teens.

4. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
Clay listens to tapes recorded by a girl who committed suicide, explaining why and who was involved. Heartbreaking.

3. The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare
A secret world of demon's and those who hunt them, an evil man who believes that what he's doing is right, and twists and turns in abundance. Plus romance, lots of romance.

2.The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Seriously, pitting twenty-four teenagers against each other in a fight to the death is highly entertaining.

1. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
A boy finds out that he's a wizard. And? And everything that has to do with the wizarding world is flipping fantastic.


  1. Oh, I totally agree with your list!!
    Love, Hannah

  2. Any list with no twilight in sight is a good list in my books. :) I agree with the top 5, which I've either read or read about extensively around the blogosphere.

  3. Amazing list. :) I wouldn't change a thing.


  4. I pretty much love your list. :D Especially with The Hunger Games and Thirteen Reasons Why--I just loved both of them! I couldn't stop reading!

    Just a heads up: your top 3 pick, The Mortal Instruments Series is by Cassandra Clare, not Suzanne Collins.


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