Good book or series?

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  1. Romy

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    Guards! Guards! is a good point to start at, as it's the first of the city watch "arc".

    Wyrd Sisters is the first of the witches.

    Wee Free Men is the first of the Tiffany Aching stories, I think there are four now? It's one of the most recently written, but stands alone enough from the rest of them. It was the first one I read.

    Here's a link to a (giant) nifty chart someone made.
    Nifty Chart

    If you haven't read The Name of the Wind yet, doooo iiitt. :D
     
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    Battle Royale was/is a much more intense book. It has quite a few gory scenes but I can't give you specifics as its been like, six years or so since I read it. I read the first book of the Hunger Games and kind of felt like some of it had been ripped off Battle Royale.
     
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    Well, I just finally paid my library fine so I figured I would pick some books out to grab today or tomorrow when I stop by there.

    Every. Single. Book. I wanted was checked out or at a different library or both so now I have about six books I want to read all on order hoping they show up at some point soon.
     
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    Ok, so I'm not done with this book yet, about half way through it. But so far it sure seems to fit and I'm really really enjoying it.

    Pure by Julianna Baggott

     

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