Any Book recommendations?

I love reading novels and I'm about to finish Stephen King's IT and I want anyone to recommend me a novel that's good, fun, interesting and worth reading of any genre as long as it's not some sort of a documentary or history book 😂

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  • Boston Girl, Anita Diamant. It's like a documentary, set in the past, but also a novel. Someone's Grandma wrote a letter to the'r grandchild, who is reading it before their wedding, once they've died. It's like a story of my life kinda thing. A bit like Michael Morpurgo's The amazing story of Aldolpus tips. In fact any of Michael Morpurgo's books, but then again i read them a while ago.. If you want something ridiculous; Andy Griffiths is hysterically crazy. But then again this is what i read when i was younger.. Haven't read many good books since.

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Most Helpful Guy

  • The truth machine from James. J. Halpering, I loved it. 451 Fahrenheit, people says it's good too

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What Girls Said 5

  • Everything else Stephen King if you haven't already. I also really enjoyed The Anubis Gates by Tim Powers.

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  • im reading the night angel trilogy and its pretty good so far ig

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  • Animal farm. Short book but incredibly powerful. I've read with my parents about 5 times now.

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  • SS-GB by Len Deighton
    The Great Gatsby by John F. Fitzgerald
    The Sun Also Rises by Ernst Hemingway

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  • Dan Brown.

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What Guys Said 2

  • Neil Gaiman's American Gods

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  • The Catcher in the Rye

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