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In reply to an earlier post on 2 Jan 2013 20:05:29 GMT
Debbie Tipp says:
Hi, I have just written a Fantasy Adventure - Mouse and the Dragon Crystal - try the free sample and see if it's something for you? It starts off quite up-beat but gets quite 'dark' as the story unfolds!
Good Luck !

Posted on 2 Jan 2013 02:57:57 GMT
Bev.odle says:
House of night series by P.C and Kristin Cast are pretty good books.
Bloodlines by Richelle Mead series the spin off series for Vampire Academy are amazing!
Fallen series Lauren Kate these are really great.
Morganville vampire series Rachel Caine fantstic books
all are amazing books but since you've read the VA series i'd think you,d enjoy them the most...

In reply to an earlier post on 28 Dec 2012 20:12:35 GMT
LEP says:
Try the Pellinor series by Alison Croggon (The Naming/The Gift is the first book).
Full of adventure and magic.

Posted on 28 Dec 2012 13:55:28 GMT
Roger Rabbit says:
I checked out some of the forums on here earlier this month and I too downloaded Brian, His Granddad & The Cup of Ages. I'm about half way through it and enjoying it hugely. Thanks to whoever it was who suggested it to begin with!

Posted on 7 Dec 2012 20:53:49 GMT
HPfan99 says:
Thank you for all of your suggestions.

Posted on 5 Dec 2012 16:40:09 GMT
Last edited by the author on 5 Dec 2012 16:40:54 GMT
Hi HPfan99,
Since you enjoyed the books you listed, I believe my novel would be a good fit for you. Since it's Kindle, you can always download the free sample and decide for yourself. It's gotten great reviews so far. If you give it a read, I sincerely hope you enjoy it.

Edgewood (Edgewood Series) (It's the first in a series, but the story can stand alone--no annoying cliff hanger...)

Thanks!

Karen

Posted on 4 Dec 2012 21:39:59 GMT
P. McAvoy says:
and it's by me ;-)

Posted on 4 Dec 2012 21:39:20 GMT
P. McAvoy says:
This has just been released: So... I Met a Ghost

Posted on 4 Dec 2012 19:51:36 GMT
Last edited by the author on 4 Dec 2012 19:52:04 GMT
P.J. Taylor says:
Thanks to everybody who may have download my book, Brian, His Granddad and the Cup of Ages.

Best wishes and a very Happy Christmas!

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Dec 2012 19:03:42 GMT
Matt says:
Dissidence by Jamie Canosa is a new Y/A book that was amazing. Not quite like Harry Potter but if you like Divergent or Hunger Games you'll love it

Posted on 3 Dec 2012 13:46:13 GMT
Jim Donald says:
Just checked out the Percy Jackson series and it seems to be cheaper to buy the books rather than the digital download!? Mad?! Instead, I've just download the Brian, His Granddad & the cup of ages book as this has been mentioned a few times on here. Hope it's good!

Posted on 2 Dec 2012 14:59:55 GMT
Katie says:
I would recommend the mortal instruments or infernal devices series, as they are about shadowhunters who hunt demons. It is set in the human world, referred to as mundanes in the book, but there are also the fey, nightchildren and werewolves, but not in the way twilight portrays them at all! They really are amazing books.

Posted on 2 Dec 2012 13:56:02 GMT
Last edited by the author on 2 Dec 2012 13:57:36 GMT
Selena Kyle says:
Just wanted to say that I downloaded Brian, His Granddad & The Cup of Ages. Loved it but doesn't look as though there's a sequel yet which is rather a shame. Would definitely recommend it.

Posted on 29 Nov 2012 10:19:41 GMT
Angelwings says:
I would suggest the Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan although, for some reason, the Kindle versions of the books are a little expensive. I too have recently downloaded Brian, His Granddad and the Cup of Ages and also The Time Hunters which are both very good and cheaper too!

Posted on 28 Nov 2012 18:39:21 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 27 Nov 2012 11:00:16 GMT
You might enjoy this new YA action & adventure, four-part series for Kindle. #1 INTO THE DARK SERIES: Part 1 by Milly Silver. £1.94.

"The only three people in the world who I truly loved were my best friend, Ben, my Uncle Spencer and his fiancée, Irene. I am now grateful for what I didn't know on that sunny afternoon. One of them would soon be lost to me. The other two, I was destined to kill without hesitation or remorse.
It wasn't premeditated.
It was what needed to be done.
So I did it."

Success means love. Failure a death sentence.

When seventeen-year-old Oxford student Emily Baxter steps forward to become part of the search and rescue team for her kidnapped family member, she sees it as her last chance to put things right. Despite her seizures and being ripped between parallel universes, Emily is determined to get back to living a normal life. But first Emily has to join forces with the mysterious Gifted & Talented set and the darkly beautiful Henry Seadon. And survive. Killing the Misery-Makers who get in their way is a necessary evil.

This is the first installment of an exciting brand-new four-part YA action adventure series, INTO THE DARK SERIES #1-4 by British YA author, Milly Silver. It's a story of family, love, loss, and being uniquely gifted.

Posted on 27 Nov 2012 09:15:53 GMT
Selena Kyle says:
Just downloaded Brian, His Granddad & The Cup of Ages. Thanks Littleduck!

Posted on 26 Nov 2012 15:13:24 GMT
I would recommend Across the Nightingale Floor by Lian Hearn - it's about a boy who is trained to be an Otori warrior in a slightly mythical feudal-era Japan. It's the first in the Tales of the Otori series.

Also Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy - Northern Lights, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass - is incredible.

Posted on 26 Nov 2012 08:17:45 GMT
Littleduck says:
How funny! I see the book, Brian, His Granddad & the Cup of Ages, has been suggested. The author came to my daugter's school last month and read some of his book. We bought a copy and have both read it now and, I too, would thoroughly recommend it. My daughter has read the "Wimpy Kid" books and she had no trouble with the Cup of Ages.

Posted on 25 Nov 2012 15:23:53 GMT
samb says:
You may also like 'Brian, His Granddad & the Cup of Ages'. Very similar to Harry Potter as it has magic, wizards and wonderful characters. It's the next best thing to Harry Potter for me. Just a shame there's only one book in the series so far. I really enjoyed it and so did my son.

Posted on 25 Nov 2012 15:05:26 GMT
I think Charlie Higson's and Robert Muchamore's books are brilliant. Muchamore's the recruit seris ahs been compared to Harry Potter, but without the magic - you do still have the same relationships between the students - but this time it's a school for spies - not wizards. If you like any thing slightly scary you will love The Enemy by Higson.

Initial post: 25 Nov 2012 12:24:54 GMT
HPfan99 says:
i love books like Harry Potter, Vampire Academy and the demonata series by darren shan. i really want to read some good books like them.(nothing like twilight i REALLY don't like books like that) can you give me some books to read, kindle addition.
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