Asked by Anonymous
Well, if you heaven’t read them, “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Brave New World” are two of my favorites. I’m assuming you found me through the Hunger Games series, so I won’t bother recommending that (although you should totally read it if you haven’t).
If you’re looking for something heavy, “Watchmen” is something everyone should read. I’d also recommend the Scott Pilgrim series if you’re looking for something fun.
"Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" is also a better book than most people give it credit for (people who have actually read it generally rave about it), it’s a book that legitimately makes it so that even with awesome vampire parts, the actual parts to do with the real historical Lincoln are the best parts.
"World War Z" is one of the best books I’ve ever read. It’s fiction literature that reads like really interesting non-fiction.
I’ve been reading Leonard Nimoy’s “I am Spock” and enjoying it wholeheartedly. He’s an amazing man.
If you want something easy to read and just a little twisted, don’t count out the Dexter books. Some of them aren’t as good as the show based on them, but they’re legitimately fun to read.
If you want something really heavy that will take you a while to read but will be worth it, check out “Dune.” You will have a whole new way to make references none of your friends will get!
Oh, and the best story ever constructed is “Y: The Last Man.” Seriously, check it out. The premise speaks for itself. I am a better person for having read it, and it’s only a 60 issue limited series.
Asked by maytheodds
(Three of those are legitimate suggestions)
Asked by audreyjamesbogart
From Scott Pilgrim vs. the Universe by Bryan Lee O’Malley