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Books For Teenage Son That He Won’t Hate Reading

by | April 12, 2019

For National Library Week, maybe you have been thinking about making a trip to the library a family event, and yes that even means that your video game obsessed teen son will have to join in. Especially for teens that aren’t the biggest fans of reading, it could be a difficult task to find a book that seems of interest to them. Choose a book from this list and you will be sure to have a winner! Here are three books for teenage son, in honor of National Library Week, that are perfect to borrow from the library.

Books For Teenage Son That He Won’t Hate Reading
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Books For Teenage Son That He Won’t Hate Reading

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy- Douglas Adams

Is sci-fi your teenager’s cup of tea? Are they fans of Star Trek, Star Wars or the Alien movies? Stemming from a 1978 radio show from BBC, this book (it is a trilogy, but the first book has become a cult-classic over time) successfully throws the reader into an alternate multiverse where aliens want to demolish Earth in order to create what they call a “galactic freeway.” Although it sounds disturbing, the book is quite hilarious and it’s a read even your husband could enjoy as well.

Game of Thrones – George R. R. Martin

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GoT is not only a crazy, action-packed HBO series, but it was also originally a book series! Although quite different from it’s television counterpart, the book saga still has the same elements of surprise and adventure. The first book came out back in 1996, which would be the first installment of the “A Song of Fire and Ice” saga. The books are quite large but as long as your teen’s interest peaks, he will get through the first book in no time.

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Books For Teenage Son That He Won’t Hate Reading

Cirque du Freak – Darren Shan

With vampires, magic, and everything creepy, the Cirque du Freak series tells the story of a teenage boy, Darren, who becomes an apprentice to a vampire after going to an all-too-real freakshow circus. There are a lot of books in the series, but each of them are relatively short and quick to read, which is perfect for any teen or even your tween. A movie came out not too long back and as a lover of the Cirque du Freak series, I advise you to instead enjoy the book series as the movie adaptation does not (in my opinion) do the work justice.

Has your teenager read any of these books? Do you have any others to add to the list of books for teenage son? Let me know in the comments below.


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Gabriella Anaya

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