I'm looking for some good reads this summer, any series similar to twilight that are good page-turners?

I'm looking for some good reads this summer, any series similar to twilight that are good page-turners? Topic: The sister s keeper
June 25, 2019 / By Luella
Question: i've already read twilight series, the host, and the mediator series by meg cabot and i loved them all.... i'd prefer series because they keep the stories going and keep me occupied longer but i'm not picky tHANKS
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Kayleah Kayleah | 5 days ago
Historical Fiction: Both Sides of Time series- Caroline B. Cooney (also romance) Bloody Jack series-L. A. Meyer (also adventure) If I Should Die Before I Wake- Han Nolan The Great and Terrible Beauty series- Libba Bray (also fantasyish fiction) The Other Boleyn Girl- Philippa Gregory The Queen’s Fool- Philippa Gregory The Book Thief- Markus Zusak Fantasyish Fiction Twilight series- Stephenie Meyer (also romance) The Mediator series- Meg Cabot (also romance) Avalon High- Meg Cabot (sorta) Uglies series-Scott Westerfeld Midnighters series- Scott Westerfeld Fiction: All American Girl- Meg Cabot The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things - Carolyn Mackler Fly on the Wall- E. Lockhart Megan Meade’s Guide to the McGowan Boys- Kate Brian Lucky T- Kate Brian The Five People You Meet in Heaven- Mitch Albom My Sister’s Keeper- Jodi Picoult Change of Heart- Jodi Picoult The Da Vinci Code- Dan Brown Romance: The Angels Trilogy- Lurlene Mcdaniel The Pact- Jodi Picoult The Notebook- Nicholas Sparks Mystery: Stranger With My Face- Lois Duncan Down A Dark Hall- Lois Duncan Locked in Time-Lois Duncan Any book by R.L Stine Non- Fiction A Child Called It- Dave Pelzer Who Killed My Daughter- Louis Duncan
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Kayleah Originally Answered: Is there a series similar to Twilight?
Some of these aren't a series, but if you have read Twilight, you should read these too. Some of these are classics. Depending on how fast you read, they might or might not take you a while to read/finish. Give 'em a chance! All of L.J. Smith's Novels: http://www.ljanesmith.net/booklist.php (I especially recommend the NightWorld, the Vampires Diaries, and Secret Circle series. You got vampires, witches, dragons, romance, Wild Powers, action, etc. AND, the CW is making a show based on TVDs for the Fall lineup: http://www.vampire-diaries.net/ (has everything you need to know.)) Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead http://www.amazon.com/gp/series/93423/re... (I have only read the first one, but I REALLY liked it. Romance, action; fast paced, great all around. I can't wait to get my hands on the rest(I hear great things)--I think its my second favorite series after L.J. Smith's NightWorld series. And, I've heard the new one is awesome!) Sunshine by Robin McKinley http://www.amazon.com/Sunshine-Robin-McK… (This is...different. Certainly mature. It took me a while to finish, but it has grown on me. The author has an interesting writing style, and the take on the world is new. Actually, the writing style reminds me a little bit of Ann Rice's, with a splash of humor and a little romance--a bit of a love triangle actually). The Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice http://www.amazon.com/Queen-Damned-Vampi… (You should read the first two? in this series but you don't need to (I haven't). Enough of the details from those books are given for you to understand this one, and it doesn't continue the first two, its connected sure, but it's its own story. The title says it all. The Queen. She falls in love. She destroys, people react, people fight, and it's a bit mordid. Hell, the Queen is spooky as hell. From my research, there are ten books in this series.) The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova http://www.amazon.com/Historian-Elizabet… (Mixes history and travel with old fashioned vampire lore, undertones of romance, and has an interesting way of going about it. It's a rather large book so does get a little boring in parts, but the author is very good with her details, and the story will draw you in.) Christine Feehan's 'Dark' Series: http://www.amazon.com/gp/series/92929/re… (These are good. The concept is different than your average vampire/love--though take a little bit of Anne Rice and mix in some NightWorld LJS soulmate concept--but they are mature, very. Not nearly as bad as LKH's later Anita Blake books, though). Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton http://www.amazon.com/gp/series/118?ref%… (I have to recommend the first nine novels of LKH's Anita Blake series--there's really cool plot ideas, vampires, shapeshifters, a love triangle, etc. Anything beyond the 9th book is up to you--I've read up to the 10th book--I liked the 10th book--but I stopped after that because that is one where things get...dicey, and it gets much more sexual after that one. A lot of people stopped reading them after the 10th book because of the sex/bad writing, which is why I only recommend the first nine.) The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause http://www.amazon.com/Silver-Kiss-Annett… (Murder mystery, sweet love story between a vampire and a young girl, not your average ending, even a little sad, but worth it.) Companions of the Night by Vivian Vande Velde http://www.amazon.com/Companions-Night-V… (If I remember right, this was one of the first vampire novels I ever read. It's got a little bit of everything: murder, vampires, love interest, kidnapping, etc. It's a quick read, but good. I still go back and reread it often, and I'm much older now.) Happy Reading! :)

Hope Hope
Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead Maximum Ride series by James Patterson (I love Twilight and the Mediator series also!=] )
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One of my faviort fantisy like series of all time would be daughter of the moon by lynne ewing. Its a great series about these girls with powers and they have to save the world from an achent evil. The series includes 13 books and my sound a little boring but its so amazing i just dont know how to put it in words. I dont want to spoil it so you will have to read it yourself! :)
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Charissa Charissa
Maximium Ride.... alot of people love it ... about a girl who is a avian hybrid and her friends that are also a avian hybrid... they are chased by evil erasers... not actual eraser likke the one u use on ur pencil, but different kind... Vampire Life..... I liked it... its about a girl who turns into a vampire by a special potion and finds a true love ( in the first book)... I dont know anything else sry ^^ I hope I said the best answer
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Charissa Originally Answered: What are good books similar to Twilight?
I enjoyed teilight and think many of these books, some of my other favourites will appeal to you also. They are mainly romance or romantic comedies... The A List (series of 10) - Zoey Dean About the goings on of the teenage children of the rich and famous, contains a wide variety of material - love, hate, jealousy etc. Loved it! Girl Meets Boy, Guy Next Door, All American Girl, Avalon High, etc. - Meg Cabot I absoloutly love Meg Cabot's books! I would especially recommend the Girl Meets Boy & Guy Next Door as well as the third in that series, I immensly enjoyed them! Some are intended for adults but most for youth and I love them all! Lioness Quartet, Wild Magic Quartet, Trickster, etc. - Tamora Pierce Tamora Pierce's books are mainly set in the land of Tortall in medieval times, they use the same characters just at different stages of their lives and different books/series' focus on different people. They consist of fighting, magic, love, etc. The diaries of kelly ann (2 books) & Jumping to Confusions - by Liz Rettig These recount the goings on of an older teenager as she strugles to make decisions and learn to trust in others. The second one, Now or Never is about her relationship with a boy and is funny but romantic and suspencful at the same time. It's A Mall World After All - Not sure who wrote it though... Comedy of a girl and how she falls in love with her best friend's boyfriend's bestfriend while stalking her friend's boyfriend in an attempt to prove he is a lying cheating scumbag. A very good read & lovey but funny at the same time. I'd Tell You I Love You But I'd Have to Kill You - Ally Carter About a girl brought up as a spy and enrolled in a leading spy school who falls in love with an ordinary boy and can’t tell him who she actually is. Funny. There is a second in the series called To Spy or Not to Spy, it’s just as good. Possibly the S.A.S.S. series - Numerous Authors About the travels of students and what happens to them on their stay - love etc. Not brill but an ok read Inheritance Cycle - Christopher Paloini Love them, you have to read them, Eragon, Eldest, Brisingr! Sweet Valley High Books - ??? I can’t remember who wrote these but they’re a pretty good read even if they are kind of old. If you’re into series’s these are good as their’s over 100 books The Last Summer (Of You and Me) - Ann Brashares A good book but immensly sad, it is probably better for older teens or adults. I have more suggestions if you want to hear them, just contact me or check out my website, http://www.freewebs.com/greatteennovels/ Hope you find something you like here!

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