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If you haven't read them already, try The Orphan's Tales book - there are two of them - by Catherynne M. Valente. They are, In The Night Garden, and, In The Cities of Coin and Spice. Read them in order, they're nested tales a la Arabian Nights.

Also, if you haven't read it, try The Last Dragon, by Silvana De Mari.

LaurieA-B

The books that people I know have been going bananas over, lately, include Graceling/Fire and When You Reach Me. I liked all three of those...

For something wicked good, two mysteries: The Beekeeper's Apprentice by Laurie R. King and Brat Farrar by Josephine Tey.

Recent YA, I really liked Good Enough by Paula Yoo (and it's funny!). Absolutely Maybe by Lisa Yee won me over with the taco truck.

mb

What I always do when I'm in a reading slump is read something by Robert Westall. Blitzcat, The Kingdom by the Sea -- or pretty much anything he ever wrote, no matter whether I think I'm interested in the subject matter or not. He is just so good, I am always won over.

Or Stevenson, especially Kidnapped.

I have also been disappointed lately by books that make others jump up and down.

Whitney

Did you ever read the second Flora Segunda book? I've re-read my copy quite a few times, and enjoyed it more each read through.

Naomi

I really loved The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch. (And so has pretty much everyone else I know who's read it.) Also The Bone Key by Sarah Monette.

Tina

I would recommend Diana Wynne Jones to almost anyone, if you haven't read them. My favorites are the Howl's Moving Castle books, but her others a really good too. You can also never go wrong with an Eva Ibbotson book, especially her books for older readers. Even if you've already read them they're great for rereading :)

kiirstin

For something a little different, try Lost at Sea by Bryan Lee O'Malley. It's a graphic novel, a road trip story, and very lovely exploration of an eighteen-year-old girl's struggle to come to terms with herself and her life. Complicated by the fact that she is convinced that she has no soul because a cat has it. It's very funny and moving and charming.

Lisa

A recent YA I loved that I haven't seen mentioned much is Funny How Things Change by Melissa Wyatt. I picked it up based on this great interview at Chasing Ray. It's quiet and realistic and VERY different than most of the YA out there now.

Becky

I don't know if you've read The Knife of Never Letting Go, or not, but I really, really loved The Ask and The Answer which is the sequel to it.

Lu

I'm reading Something Wicked this Way Comes and I'm totally blown away. Really.

Jodie

I think I already told you about 'Beacuse I Am Furniture', because I've told anyone who will listen and is vaugely interested in YA.

Also how about the 'Tales of the Otori' series - it's got fantasy, feudal Japan, action and teenage protagonists.

beth

...This may be a stupid recommendation, but you've read HUNGER GAMES/CATCHING FIRE, right? Totally worth the hype.

Hmmm... THE ADORATION OF JENNA FOX is one of my favorites. I liked IF I STAY, but I know a lot of people who didn't. GRACELING was OK, but just OK, as was FIRE.

 Str4y

I have to second the Locke Lamora series if you haven't read it, and also, Brian Sanderson's 'Mistborn' series (both good solid Fantasy).

Now I move on to the two books I most love to recommend to everyone if you haven't read them...

Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

My Year of Meats by Ruth Ozaki

Ashley

Have you read "Impossible" by Nancy Werlin- I really liked that one. Also, if you want to try an adult paranormal fantasy book, I highly recommend the Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs. I really liked them and got my sister hooked on them as well. Another one is "Twisted" by Laurie Halse Anderson- I listened to it on audio and it was so good it made me cry more than once.

Jen Lento

I just finished Liam Hearn's Tales of the Otori series. Excellent riff on Japanese mythology and feudal culture.

Sarah

I recently read My Most Excellent Year by Steve Kluger. I thought it was a fun read and really enjoyed it.

Marci

"The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Society" Mary Ann Shaffer & "The Help" Kathryn Stockett are two of my must reads right now. If you've never read the Mrs. Pollifax series by Dorothy Gilman please do try. "Dead is the New Black" Marlene Perez is really good YA.

Bonny Becker

For a book to get completely absorbed in I like "Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell" by Suzanna Clarke.

Danielle Margarida

I'm jumping up and down over Tales of the Madman Underground by John Barnes. It's a YA book set in 1973 and details the first few days the new school year as recounted by an unwilling member of the "Madman Underground" - a group of teens from different social circles that the school forces into therapy. So, so good. I loved the narration, it's very authentic and not dated despite the seventies setting.

Celia

Anything Neil Gaiman. My favorite is Neverwhere.

Julie

Outlander, by Diana Gabaldon. Her newest one in that series is coming out in a few weeks but DON'T read that one first! (You have to read them in order.) You won't be able to put it down, and I mean that in a good way.

Angie

Wicked Good recs:

I know you read Juliet Marillier's WILDWOOD DANCING and weren't wowed. It's her weakest book. But you will not regret picking up her first--DAUGHTER OF THE FOREST. It's a gorgeous retelling of the Wild Swans fairy tale set in 9th c. Ireland. Not to be missed.

I know you've loved Ellen Emerson White and so you have to find a copy of THE ROAD HOME and just sink in. So freaking good. About a nurse in Vietnam. Finest, finest kind.

Sharon Shinn. Start with ARCHANGEL or MYSTIC & RIDER. She's wonderful and at the top of my comfort reads.

Hope some of that helps!

Chad Aaron Sayban

There is a listing of all my book reviews along with links and how many stars I gave them on my blog.

Lacy

I'm going to second "The Knife of Never Letting Go."

R.J. Anderson

I have a feeling you're actually the person who might have got me into these books in the first place, but in case you aren't, I nominate INCARCERON by Catherine Fisher and its sequel SAPPHIQUE.

Also Elizabeth E. Wein's books about Telemakos, going all the way back to THE WINTER KING and A COALITION OF LIONS if you can get that far, but otherwise starting with THE SUNBIRD.

tess

We Need To Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver. Not your average school shooting book. Just really, really good. On the YA side of things, the Triskelia trilogy by Carrie Mac. They might be a little hard to get hold of in the States, but she's pretty well known in Canada and her books are great, so if you can find them, it'll be worth it.

Alyssa B.

Hunger Games and Catching Fire! Awesomest books ever. Read them!!!!

OKP

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - Kesey
The Gift of Fear - Gavin DeBecker (it's not a happy clappy one, and it's non-fiction, but I found myself totally engrossed)
More Charles deLint!

Jenny

I third Knife of Never Letting Go - but if you want something that hasn't been hyped at all, ever, by anyone, Eloise Jarvis McGraw wrote the most wonderful book ever, called Greensleeves. And nobody has read it but me. It's my favorite book in the world.

Outgoing Loner

"Adventures in the Screentrade" by William Goldman. If you like it, then "Which Lie Did I Tell?" it's sequel.

Keetha

I really loved "I Capture the Castle" by Dodie Smith. Have you ever read "We Have Always Lived in the Castle" by Shirley Jackson? It's good in a creepy kind of way.

Oh and I loved "The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie." It's the first in a series.

And "The Elegance of the Hedgehog."

I'm stopping now.

Dawn

Read Shirley Jackson--The Haunting of House Hill

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Try Patrick O'Brian's Master and Commander series. I tried the audiobook because it has one of my favorite narrators even though it really did not seem my cup of tea. It was not at all what I expected, with much more humor and the relationship between the main characters is fascinating. On top of that, the recreation of the Napoleonic Era and the sailing ships is so spot on, that you can almost hear the cannons. I was so upset when I got to the 4th book and found my library's copy was on hold that I now reserve my copy several books ahead. As a bonus, having read them by audiobook, I feel very nautical because I can properly rattle off dozens of sea terms.

Kelly Fineman

CHALICE by Robin McKinley. Although it's likely that you're the one who recommended it in the first place, come to think of it.

Rachel

I have two wicked good reads suggestions that are similar in tone and setting: "I Capture The Castle" by Dodie Smith and "The Sweetness At The Bottom Of The Pie" by Alan Bradley. Both are set in England in the 1950s. "Sweetness" is new - from last year; "Castle" is from the 60s. Both have plucky resourceful teenage female narrators, but Castle is a romance and Sweetness is a mystery.

I think you'll love them both! And don't worry about slowing down when you near the end of Sweetness, as to lengthen the reading experience (two of my aunts have told me that they couldn't bear to read the last few pages, since then it would be over) -- there are sequels afoot.

Kelly

I second the recommendations for "The Adoration of Jenna Fox" and "My Most Excellent Year." I would also recommend Tamora Pierce's Trickster duet. Also, a great read that is very under the radar, "Beauty Shop for Rent: Fully Equipped, Inquire Within" by Laura Bowers is one of my favorites from the past year.

Colleen

Hmmm - this is tough because so much depends on how you are feeling. I just finished "The Fossil Hunter" by Shelley Emling becasue I was desperate for good NF and it fit the bill perfectly. But if you don't want to read about 19th century fossil hunters (especially Mary Anning) then it would not work! ha! For mysteries I love the Maisie Dobbs series, for SFF Connie Willis' short stories always get me through rough spots. I know you like Cherie Priest - her new one "Boneshaker" is excellent steampunk that I loved - it will be in next month's column. For YA I did enjoy Laini Taylor's new collection "Lips Touch" - especially the Goblin Market story. Also I strongly recommend Binnie Kirschenbaum's "The Scenic Route" for a great grown-up novel - brilliantly written and very easy to sink into.

Good grief you have a ton of great recs in these comments!!!

Jennifer

In case you haven't read them yet, I highly recommend Jasper Fforde's Thursday Next series. It's set in an alternate England where reading/literature is taken VERY seriously and features a kick-ass heroine. Lots of literary references abound, and it manages to seamlessly incorporate a slew of different genres (sff, historical, mystery...) to the point where it's really hard to pigeonhole into any one. If you're one for British humor, it's got plenty of that too. :)

Naomi

Seconding Sharon Shinn, especially Summers at Castle Auburn.

Emily

I'll second The Beekeeper's Apprentice and the Mrs. Pollifax books. Those books are terrific. I wish I could read them for the first time again.

Meaghan

I just finished Hans Fallada's "Every Man Dies Alone" and LOVED it.

Leila

Holy cow, you guys are awesome.

I'm going to have to write an entire post to respond to all of these recommendations!

Mfred

Have you had a chance to read Runemarks yet? Its really quite wonderful. At first I was afraid I had picked up another "YA on a an endless quest" book, but then the sly humor disarmed me and the characters grew deeper and more complex. I really enjoyed it.

Kristi

Lonesome Dove. I'm just finishing it now. I don't usually read westerns, but I just moved out west and got the hankering. It had been recommended to me years ago by a friend, so I finally read it, and it's a great story. It's strange to read it if you're used to reading more recently written stuff, because he jumps povs so much that sometimes it's hard to keep up, but I LIKE multiple povs, so I got over it.

Lindsey Carmichael

John Connolly's Charlie Parker series, starting with Every Dead Thing. They are some of the creepiest thrillers I've ever read, with some of the most lyrical, poetic, gorgeous writing I've found in any genre. Only Connolly can make a lynching both disturbing and beautiful.

Maple

I'm not normally a fantasy person, but a book/series that I always recommend to my high schoolers and fellow adults is POISON STUDY (followed by MAGIC STUDY and FIRE STUDY) by Maria K. Snyder. I believe it's recently been rebranded as YA but was originally adult. I've never had a single person tell me they didn't like it.

Jen Bingham

I'm sure you've read The Name of the Wind, by Patrick Rothfuss, but if not, it's wonderful.

Claire

Thanks for the post -- my TBR list grew by at least six of these recommendations in the comments!

So sadly, most of the recommendations I thought of off the top of my head were ones that you've already read (I checked). THE WILD GIRLS, A GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST, and the Temeraire books were just a couple of the ones that I would have loved to have suggested to you for the first time. Oh well.

Have you picked up any of the older Betsy-Tacy books recently? Thanks to a recommendation from Wendy over at Six Boxes of Books, I read the high school Betsy books this spring. It really was fun to start with Heaven to Betsy and read through. I don't recall having seen any Lovelace reviews or references here lately... maybe it's the perfect time to pick them up!

My other recommendation is Lytton Strachey's EMINENT VICTORIANS. It's scathing, hilarious, and a completely fascinating portrait of four famous Victorians: Cardinal Manning, Florence Nightingale, Thomas Arnold and General Gordon. Bunteresque in its humor, and filled with historical tidbits as well.

If nothing else, you can spend all day hitting refresh on the Wodehouse quote generator.

Claire

EUREKA!

I realized that another of my favorites may be one you haven't read yet: NOBODY'S FAMILY IS GOING TO CHANGE by Louise Fitzhugh. It's one of those classically 70's weird stories of kids fighting against power structures and constraints, not necessarily successfully. The main character is fat and smart and somewhat antisocial; she wants to be a lawyer like her dad, but is being groomed for a housewifely future like her mom's. Her little brother, meanwhile, wants to be a dancer more than anything... and clearly has a little sugar in his tank. I'm a terrible reviewer in part because I want to tell everything but not give any of it away. Do look for this one - it's a quick read, but truly worth it!

Leila


Claire, I absolutely LOVE that book. So, so fantastic, and such a great recommendation -- I must have at least four copies of it squirreled away in different boxes!

Kate Fall

Recently I've fallen in love with Guy DeLise, especially PYONGYANG. Also, Donald Westlake's last novel just came out, GET REAL. It might be a good time to reread (or start reading) his Dortmunder series. Those have the funniest character interaction around.

HWPetty

If you haven't read Ellen Hopkins books yet, I totally suggest you try them.

I was put off at first at the idea of something being written in verse, and by the starkness of the topics (I usually am an urban fantasy/paranormal girl), but they are those kinds of books that pull you in, and you forget to eat/are late to work because you can't put them aside. The characters also stay with you forever.

I finished her new book TRICKS last week, and it was brilliant.

Brooke

I know you haven't read The Knife of Never Letting Go, so I'm thirding the motion on that one. Oh, and pick up The Diamond of Drury Lane if you're up for some intrigue-in-an-18th-century-theater mysteriousness. Featuring fisticuffs with Cockney boxers and a character named "Captain Sparkle"!

Danika

Anything by Sarah Waters, but especially Fingersmith and Tipping the Velvet. (The first for an incredible plot, the second for the ending.)

ephelba

I really enjoyed "The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters" by Gordon Dahlquist. It's a grown up book,not a YA, but I enjoyed it anyway:) I think, judging by what you like, that you may like this one too. Strong female protagonist, victorianesque style- actually a sort of steampunk thing going on. Try it and let us know what you think of it.

Gwen

I recently really liked The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets, by Eva Rice. It's set in post-WWII England and makes you wish you could live there.

Tammy Allen

The Chronicles of Ancient Darkness by Michelle Paver. More Independent Reader than YA but FABULOUS. The first book is Wolf Brother, and there are 6 books altogether in the series.

I also agree with the recommendations of the Hunger Games and The Knife of Never Letting Go.

Amanda

Hmmm..try Margherita Dolce Vita by Stefano Benni. I reviewed it on my site:

http://lifeandtimesofanewnewyorker.blogspot.com/2009/07/margherita-dolce-vita-stefano-benni.html

Or try A Trip to the Stars by Nicholas Christopher. For some reason I just love that book. I know it's not the greatest in the world but I have a found a select few out there who also rank it as one of their favorites. Not sure why I think this.

Or if you haven't read them: Three Junes by Julia Glass or Poisonwood Bible by Kingsolver.

jessica

Almost anything by Judith Merkle Riley, especially THE ORACLE GLASS. About a girl who becomes a fortune teller for the powerful members of the Sun King's court. Also THE SEA OF TROLLS by Nancy Farmer. About a Saxon boy and vikings. Just say no to pillaging. Another one is THE BEACON AT ALEXANDRIA by Gillian Bradshaw. About a girl who runs away from an arranged marriage, disguises herself as a eunuch, and goes to medical school in Alexandria at the waning of the Roman Empire.

Liz

The Liad series by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller. Start with Conflict of Honors. Science fiction/space opera with wonderful characters and some romance. (Conflict of Honors, Agent of Change, Carpe Diem, Plan B, I Dare -- titles in the main series. There are other titles set in that universe.)

Patti

I read this book called Forever when I was in New York (which was pretty perfect since most of it occurs there. And I remember loving it. My memories of books tend to be tinged with a rose color, however, it seems like a great book to recommend at this moment. It was by Pete Hamill btw.

Kelly

I really liked Jack Tumor (I think Henry Tumor in UK). Hasn't been getting much attention, which is a shame!

Mara

Just to make your life difficult (because these are very hard to find), try Sharon Lee and Steve Miller's Liaden books. Call them "Georgette Heyer meets Space Opera." The first one is LOCAL CUSTOM, but the one that's the easiest to find is a three volume compilation called PARTNERS IN NECESSITY. You'd be fine starting there. Trust me, these are wicked good (please ignore the truly dreadful cover art).

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As for how to buy cell phone jammer, following are some tips to be remembered. Firstly, make sure your local frequency before you buy one. Because different areas have different frequencies, so need a suitable cell phone jammer to match. Secondly, buy one from online stores, you know it is illegal in many countries to deal with the business about jammer, but not online, so it is wise to choose one from http://www.alljammers.com a great online store. Thirdly, make sure the quality and price of the product when you decide to purchase, can make a comparison before your decision. Also some other details you need to know.

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