This is a really quick guide on how to find books based on what you read. All of them listed on this page are great, but I get the fact that everyone has different tastes. This is a recommendation for what to read based on personal preferences, in other words.
If you like fantasy action/ adventures, you should read . . .
'Inkheart' by Cornelia Funke
'The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe' by C.L. Lewis
'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone' by J.K. Rowling
'Of Giants and Ice' by Shelby Bach
'Half Upon a Time' by James Riley
'Artemis Fowl' by Eion Colfer
'Fablehaven' by Brandon Mull
'Midnight for Charlie Bone' by Jenny Nimmo
'The Key to Rondo' by Emily Rodda
'The School for the Insanely Gifted' by Dan Elish
'The Unwanteds' by Lisa McMann
If you like books about magic, you should read . . .
'The Magic Thief' by Sarah Prineas
'Winterling' by Sarah Prineas
'Splendors and Glooms' by Laura Amy Schlitz
'So You Want to be a Wizard' by Diane Duane
'The Spiderwick Chronicles: The Field Guide' by Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi
'Witch and Wizard' by James Patterson
'The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles' by Julie A. Edwards
If you like mythology, you should read . . .
'Percy Jackson and the Olympians; The Lightning Thief' by Rick Riordan
'The Heroes of Olympus; The Lost Hero' by Rick Riordan
'Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard; The Sword of Summer' by Rick Riordan
'The Kane Chronicles; The Red Pyramid' by Rick Riordan
'Pegasus' by Kate O'Hearn
'The Pharaoh's Secret' by Marissa Moss
'The Cronus Chronicles: The Shadow Thieves' by Anne Ursu
'Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos' by Robin LaFevers
If you like (good) romances, you should read . . .
'Fairest' by Gail C. Levine
'Ella Enchanted' by Gail C. Levine
'The Selection' by Kiera Cass
'Matched' by Ally Condie
'Incarnate' by Jodi Meadows
'Dissonance' by Rosemarie Waldrop
'Flipped' by Wendelin V. Draanen
If you like time travel novels, you should read . . .
'The Time Travelers' by Linda Buckley-Archer
'Found - The Missing Book 1' by Margaret P. Haddix
'Time Snatchers' by Richard Ungar
'The Time Fetch' by Amy Herrick
'The Time Machine' by H.G. Wells
If you like mermaids (yes, mermaids), you should read . . .
'Oceanborn' by Amalie Howard
'The Deep Blue' by Jennifer Donnelly
'The Tail of Emily Windsnap' by Liz Kessler
'Wake' by Amanda Hocking
'The Vicious Deep' by Zoraida Cordova
** The last 2 books here aren't my favorites, but some people enjoy them.**
If you like mysteries, you should read . . .
'A Series of Unfortunate Events' by Lemony Snicket
'Who Could That Be at This Hour?' by Lemony Snicket
'Three Times Lucky' by Sheila Turnage
'The Name of this Book is Secret' by Pseudonymous Bosch
'Gilda Joyce: Physic Investigator' by Jennifer Alison
'Double Identity' by Margaret P. Haddix
'Chasing Yesterday; The Awakening' by Robin Wasserman
'Chasing Vermeer' by Blue Balliet
If you like superpower/ superhero/ superhuman novels, you should read . . .
'Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment' by James Patterson
'The Girl Who Could Fly' by Victoria Forester
'Steelheart' by Brandon Sanderson
'Hero' by Mike Lupica
'The Quantum Prophecy' by Michael Carroll
'The Ability' by M.M. Vaughan
If you like animals, you should read . . .
'Warriors; Into the Wild' by Erin Hunter
'Survivors; The Empty City' by Erin Hunter
'Seekers; The Quest Begins' by Erin Hunter
'The Wolves of the Beyond; Lone Wolf' by Kathryn Lasky
'The Last Dogs: The Vanishing' by Jeff Sampson
'Finding Zasha' by Randi Barrow
'Shiloh' by Phyllis R. Naylor
'Old Yeller' by Fred Gipson (WARNING: this book is extremely depressing)
'Redwall' by Brian Jacques
'The Leanin' Dog' by K.A. Nuzum
'White Fang' by Jack London
If you like spy/ heist novels, you should read . . .
'Heist Society' by Ally Carter
'I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You' by Ally Carter
'Etiquette and Espionage' by Gail Carriger
'Two Lies and a Spy' by Kat Carlton
'Spy High: Mission One' by A.J. Butcher
'Lawless' by Jeffrey Salane
If you like sci-fi/ futuristic novels, you should read . . .
'Ender's Game' by Orson S. Card
'Insignia' by S.J. Kincaid
'The Clone Codes' by The McKissacks (3 members of the same family wrote this)
'Cinder' by Marissa Meyer
'Slated' by Teri Terry
'Incarceron' by Catherine Fisher
'The Supernaturalist' by Eion Colfer
'Frozen in Time' by Ali Sparkes
If you like books about survival, you should read . . .
'Julie of the Wolves' by Jean C. George
'My Side of the Mountain' by Jean C. George
'Hatchet' by Gary Paulsen
'Island of the Blue Dolphins' by Scott O'Dell
'Nim's Island' by Wendy Orr
'The Island: Shipwrecked' by Gordon Korman
If you like a big (awesome) mix of everything, you should read . . .
'The Emerald Atlas' by John Stephens
'Obsidian Mirror' by Catherine Fisher
'The Book of Story Beginnings' by Kristin Kladstrup
'The School for Good and Evil' by Soman Chainani
'The 13th Reality; The Journal of Curious Letters' by James Dashner
'A Wrinkle in Time' by Madeline L'Engle
'Mark of the Dragonfly' by Jaleigh Johnson
'The Orphan Queen' by Jodi Meadows
So, I think that's enough to keep most of my readers busy for a while (I'm winking and smiling so hard right now, don't worry). I hope everyone finds something that they like from this!