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Initial post: Jul 10, 2010, 3:53:43 PM PDT
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Posted on Jul 28, 2010, 5:45:21 AM PDT
The Huntress Chronicles: Some Will Rise; Some Will Fall

if they like vamps

Posted on Sep 17, 2010, 7:04:28 PM PDT
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Posted on Nov 22, 2011, 12:07:39 PM PST
BFI says:
Spellhollow Wood by Joseph Scotti is a action adventure written for teens but has mass appeal. The story centers around Marie Meehan and her new friends journey to Spellhollow Wood in search of Marie's mother who was lost some years ago. The story has many fantasy and action adventure elements as well as characters that grow right along with the story. I would highly recommend looking to this book to fill your need.
BFI

Posted on Nov 24, 2011, 5:53:54 AM PST
Marco Polo's Youngest Daughter is an historical fiction with action ranging from Venice, across Persia and into Constantinople. The Polo family must defeat combined attacks on land and sea, treachery in its highest councils, assassins and an army marching to plunder one of the richest cities of the Middle Ages. When Morita, the youngest daughter, is kidnapped, she appeals to the Mongolian Golden Horde for help. As Morita races to bring help to her city, she also learns what she values more than adventure.

Posted on Nov 25, 2011, 3:35:22 AM PST
Jp says:
You could try Sleeping Kings. It's a fast paced contemporary action adventure with historical consequences which is written to be enjoyable to both confident and less confident readers.Sleeping Kings: Dark Force - Book One

Posted on Nov 27, 2011, 9:13:49 AM PST
Margaret says:
This is a good one for boys 15 -20.
Merlin 444

Posted on Nov 29, 2011, 1:46:09 AM PST
Bibi G says:
WARPATH Gunpowder Tea (The Decaturs)
Parents looking for solid, strong, positive reads for their sons ... and daughters? Try this new release, a coming of age adventure, links present to history, and celebrates quietly heroic men, loyalty, strength and fidelity, with an refreshingly unusual international cast of characters. Just maybe will revive some teen interest in the usefulness of foreign language study!

Posted on Nov 29, 2011, 4:31:38 AM PST
"FATAL FLAW" by Laurence Bradbury. I am confident you will enjoy this if you like thrillers set in the Far East. Alexander Webb is a car designer who goes there to put a new car into production and gets entangled in the global underworld of art crime when his girlfriend is murdered!

Posted on Nov 29, 2011, 7:03:42 AM PST
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Roger Weston says:
Hi Laurence - Where in the far east is Fatal Flaw set?

Posted on Dec 1, 2011, 8:16:41 AM PST
Read'n Guy says:
If you want adventure Mystery in Dark Island in the 7 book Nic Taylor adventure series is good

Posted on Dec 1, 2011, 11:06:12 AM PST
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Roger Weston says:
I've heard these are good reads for teens:

Gunrunner Moon - by Ed Ditto

The Time Hunters (Book 1 of the acclaimed series for children of all ages) - by Carl Ashmore

Posted on Dec 2, 2011, 1:05:50 AM PST
The Boats of the "Glen Carrig"

It's strange and has one foot in Horror, but Lovecraft actually criticized it because it was, in his mind, too much of an "Adventure" story. Think Treasure Island, but surround it with strange creatures that have to be overcome.

Posted on Dec 2, 2011, 9:27:08 PM PST
H. Huynh says:
Try Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt series.

Posted on Dec 21, 2011, 4:16:39 PM PST
Sue says:
Battling the Unknown a trilogy that is a great clean adventure series for teens. Give it a try. I could not put it down.

Posted on Dec 21, 2011, 9:16:29 PM PST
AVS says:
Try Love in Ashes by Alexander Semenyuk, very good!

Posted on Dec 22, 2011, 8:10:45 AM PST
The Galapagos Islands (Steve Trek Adventures)

Great fun adventure for Teen reader

Posted on Dec 29, 2011, 6:39:17 AM PST
British_Bill says:
read novel -- king of Bat'ha -- enthralling novel about modern Middle East
"An American engineer travels to the Middle East to support allied military efforts. Immersed within an Islamic society he undergoes a spiritual journey whereby he examines his own faith in God while confronting his own mortality. A classic, timeless tale of Eastern culture meets Western culture as his only ties to his Western heritage are through the game of chess that he plays in the Filipino community of Bat'ha which is a subdivision of Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. This chess playing culminates in FIDE tournaments in Europe. He also explores the diverse lifestyles and religions of the Middle East. These lifestyles, religions, and politics are intermingled and form the essence of the Middle East."

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 31, 2011, 6:20:22 PM PST
Liam O'Shiel says:
Consider my new novel "Eirelan," available on Amazon in print and Kindle editions. I wrote the story to be suitable and enjoyable for a wide range of readers: male and female, old and young, those craving adventures and battles and those looking for unusual characters and a strange setting in the future. Some of my main characters are aged 11 to 18 while others are over 70. Nothing graphic and no foul language. You can sample with Amazon's "Look Inside." The book's website is www/eirelan.com.

Liam O'Shiel (author)

Posted on Dec 31, 2011, 9:37:08 PM PST
ctr girl says:
I recommend "Dark Girl: The Chosen" by Sheri Peckover.

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Posted on Jan 5, 2012, 6:13:29 AM PST
FaithN says:
The Girl Who Tweaked Two lions' Tails is unputdownable. My thirteen year old grand daughter read the whole novel in a single sitting.
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