1. Looking for Alaska, John Green
Speaking from personal experience, John Green is my favorite.
He mixes the perfect amount of humor, drama, romance, and suspense in his novels. With his interesting characters, he’s won a million hearts over the world.
Everyone should at least read one of his books.
2. Lord of the flies, William Golding
One of the best classics so far for teenagers. This book can trigger your interest in reading more of classics if you haven’t already. This is a great start.
3. The Divergent series, Veronica Roth
She has taken science fiction to another level. There’s a good amount of suspense and action with a tinge of romance between the protagonists.
These books should be on your bucket list if you haven’t read them yet.
4. Dear John, Nicholas Sparks
If you’re a hopeless romantic, you should surely read this. This takes you on a roller coaster ride of emotions and makes you cry as you turn toward the end of the book. It’s heartbreaking but worth a read. No one can depict love like Sparks can.
5. The Kite Runner, Khaled Hosseini
6. Fifty Shades of Grey series, EL James
This novel doesn’t have that much of a story but it can do good to build up one’s vocabulary and also serve as a stimulant for ‘those kinds of nights’.
Also, a twisted love story of a hot billionaire is always interesting to read. The three books seem to revolve around the same concept but it’s more to that.
7. Inferno, Dan Brown
Dan Brown has proved to be the master of his sea so far. Ain’t there nobody like him, am I right? His books not only keep you on the edge of your seat throughout but also gets you hoping that the book never ends.
Inferno, is one of those kinds too.
If you don’t get easy access to the above books, try reading any by the same authors. It really helps to explore your taste of genre.