John Green's The Fault in Our Stars tells the story of two teens who meet at a cancer support group, and who help each other come to terms with love, loss, and life. If you're a fan, take a look at these read-alike titles.
Elysium delivers high octane action; multicultural identities of North and Latin America; and a protest against corruption, injustice, poverty and oppression, all made more watchable with a love interest and an unintentional cyber hero. Here are books and movies that share dystopian imaginings, rage against the machine, and Anglo and Latin cultures and characters.
The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert is a sweeping saga that covers several centuries, linking fascinating places and recounting stories form several points of view. Here are more historical novels that include one or more of these elements: family sagas, science and nature, and memorable places and people.
I like things that defy pigeonholing. Sure, sometimes knowing what you're going to get is exactly what you need, but when you feel adventurous, have a look at these. Here , a graphic novel by Richard...