Originally published in 2001, American Gods by Neil Gaiman (PDF) is an excellent urban fantasy book. Because of its brilliant blend of various features of ancient and modern mythology, the bestselling novel has generated countless positive critical responses and won numerous awards.
Most noteworthy for its radical view on youth spirit, A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess is now considered a cult. It is an absolutely amazing novel of dystopian science fiction and many regards it as a classic. In a brilliant and terrifying way, the book pictures a form of extreme youth subculture and how the establishment tries to reform the youth.
First published in 2011, The Death Cure by James Dashner is the third book in the marvelous young adult series The Maze Runner. Chronologically, it is the fifth and final novel, following its prequel The Scorch Trial. With this book, Dashner delivers a solid end to the bestselling science fiction series.
The Scorch Trials by James Dashner (PDF) is the second installment in the marvelous young adult series The Maze Runner. First published in 2010, it is chronologically the fourth book in the dystopian science fiction series. Hence the events in this novel take place between what happens in The Maze Runner (link is deleted due to DMCA report) and The Death Cure.
First published in 2016, The Fever Code by James Dashner became the 4th installment in The Maze Runner book series. The young adult series has gained vast popularity, especially for its distinctive science fictional dystopian world. It presents the events take place between The Kill Order and The Maze Runner (link for Book 1 is deleted due to DMCA report), thus it is uniquely referred as volume 0.6.
The Kill Order by James Dashner is the 4th published novel in The Maze Runner series. Due to the flow of the plot, it should be the first book and it’s uniquely referred as volume 0.5. The bestselling young adult series has received good responses and gained commercial success. It is most noteworthy for its thrilling science fictional dystopian world.
If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern (PDF) is a beautiful and romantic chick lit novel that has enchanted readers around the world. First published in U.K. (2005), it was released in the U.S. under the title Silver Lining (2006). Same as most of Ahern’s books, the novel presents a perceptive tale of a contemporary woman (Elizabeth Egan) and her struggles in the often odd modern situation.
Rich in detail and epic in scope, Orphan Train (PDF) by Christina Baker Kline is a powerful historical-fiction novel. It is most noteworthy for its inspiring story of upheaval and resilience, and unexpected friendship. It also pictures the questions on the secrets we carry that seems like keeping us from finding out who we are.