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Ferocious dragons and evil witches; mighty heroes and invincible superheroes; romantic tales and happily-ever-after stories: the fantasy world of a young adult is weaved around all these.Though there are comics, T.V. channels and DVDs where he can satiate his passions very well, books for young adults are the latest fads. Can you imagine their world without all those Harry Potters and Frodo Bagginses who hold the reins of their hearts all the time? The best thing is that grabbing a book of their choice is not that hard these days, thanks to the myriad online book stores that are only a click away from their reach. Well, if you are a teenager and looking forward to read some really good books, here is a list of some of the best ones that you can purchase and enjoy.

Inheritance (by Christopher Paolini)

A captivating story of a Dragon Rider, Eragon and his dragon, Saphira who are on an adventurous quest to save Alagaesia from the clutches of the evil king, Galbatorix. One of the ultimate fantasy books for young adults.

The 39 Clues:Cahills Vs. Vespers: A Kings Ransom (by Jude Watson)

Second in the series of 39 clues, this one is about Amy and Dan for whom taking the right decision is like getting blood out of a stone. They have to face deadly Vespers who will either play havoc with the world if not stopped or snatch the hidden tunnels leading to Timbuktu from them.

Angel Fire: (by L.A. Weatherly)

A book where action and adventure are thrown in together for the teen young adults. Willow and her lover are determined to kill Church of Angels, but there are hurdles as Willow is only half-angel. Soon, she finds herself fallen for another handsome stranger.

Heroes of Olympus: The Son of Neptune (by Rick Riordan)

In continuation to the last saga, Heroes of Olympus: The Lost Hero, this book for young adults is an answer to the questions that they were left guessing last time. Percy Jackson comes back and is on a quest to Roman half-blood camp. What happens next? Get this thriller and start reading.

A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire (by George R.R.Martin)

Nothing less than an epic, this mind-blowing young adult fiction is of astronomical proportion in terms of fantasy and catastrophe.

Fallen in Love (by Lauren Kate)

It is all about bumping into someone and falling in love with him; it is about excruciating pain of losing a passionate love; and it is about the urgency to make love for one last time. You will read the book with throbbing hearts and pangs of separation. A book that every young adult will fell in love with.

King of Lanka (by David Nair)

A book for young adults that they are going to connect with the epic story of Ramayana. Rasita is captured by the devilish Ravindra and her friends Vikram and Manjit have to rescue her from the clutches of Ravindra whose mind is plotting nefarious plans.

Kate Chronicles: The Red Pyramid (by Rick Riordan)

A story that turns the tables and takes the reader from the precincts of mundane life to the world of Egypt gods. Dr. Julius Kane, father of Carter and Sadie, unleashes Set, an Egyptian god, while performing his research work. The sons set out on a quest to protect the devil that is after their father now. One of the best young adult fictions.

The Power of Six (by Pittacus Lore)

A captivating science fiction story for young adults with surprises at every turn. A sequel to ‘I am Number Four’, this book is the next in the series of Lorein Legacies. The book is a narration from the point of view of John, Number Four and Marina, Number Seven.

Abandon: Underworld (by Meg Cabbot)

Another book that takes the reader to dark and bewitching world of the underworld. Meg Cabbot has come up with a sequel to his previous immensely popular book ‘Abandon’. Pierce is fatally attracted to John who lives in the dark realm. But she finds out some unexpected things about him and is perplexed what to do next. Pick up the one that interests you and order at some good online bookstore.

Pick up the one that interests you and order at some good online bookstore.

Source by Anuradha Malhotra

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