Six of Crows and The Hate U Give and In Real Life and Awkward and Reboot and The Bird and the Blade and Sees Behind Trees and Chaotic Good and Outrun the Moon and a bunch of others but I see SOMEONE ELSE HAS READ SIX OF CROWS TOO THANK YOU DEAR PERSON THERE AREN'T ENOUGH OF US IN THE FANDOM
Six of Crows-The streets of Ketterdam are runned by gangs. One of the most feared of these is the Crow Club, led by teenager Kaz Brekker. He is known as the worst of the worst: manipulative, cold, unfeeling, and only out for money. So when a wealthy merchant in the area gives him a dangerous task to complete with rewards at the end, Kaz grabs at it. He assembles a crew of 5 other people:
Inej. A former acrobat and a slight, serious girl handy with knives. Also known as the best chara in the book, but just my opinion.
Jesper. A tall jokester with a sharp eye and an even sharper aim with his firearms.
Wylan. The son of the very merchant who hires Kaz (and his father actually really dislikes his son). Wylan is an expert at chemistry, thereby making him an expert in demolitions.
Nina. A Grisha Heartrender (basically like a magicky person who can control the cells in the human body and such) who is actually really nice and the ending she got in the sequel was awful like c'mon Leigh why.
Mathias. A ver salty boi who I imagine looks like MCU Thor but isn't as warm and friendly.
BETRAYAL! DARK, HIDDEN BACKSTORIES! ACTION! FEELS! AMAZING CHARACTERS! FANTASY AND MAGIC AND COOL POWERS! Basically, this book has it all. (Unless you're looking for a math textbook, then it doesn't have it all)
The Hate U Give-Ok you know what this book is really sad for me and I still kinda cry even though the ending is still relatively not sad but it's pretty popular and I think everyone should know what it's about by now so yeah.
Wait, I think it might have been banned in some states. Um.
What happens in it is-well, first off, it's realistic fiction. It's about racism in America, and this girl in it-her name is Starr-her best friend gets shot. He got shot, and he wasn't armed, or trying to attack the officer, or doing anything wrong in any way. He just wanted to check on Starr to make sure she was okay, and then he gets shot.
He ends up dying.
The rest of the book was just *tears running down face sobbing into pillow* that kind of a book, but it ends all right, I guess. Even though I still cry and all, but yeah.
Now my hands are tired and I believe I shall take my leave because no way I'm writing summaries for every book I listed.
Not right now, anyway. (Oh, and a side note for how popular The Hate U Give is: My school library has three copies, the town has 43 because it's part of a library system with like 20 other libraries. All of the books are checked out, and so are the 2 audio copies)