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What next after the Twighlight series for DD 11?

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stirling Sun 03-Mar-19 15:19:33

She's devouring books at the moment. Recently read and loved The girl in the window. Night speakers, The Extraordinary Colours of Auden Dare, Eliza Rose, Fire spell..
But she absolutely loved twighlight. Any more books along a similar theme or different books but for girls aged 11-13?

Thanks in advance

lemonface Sun 03-Mar-19 15:20:36

Hunger games? Divergent series?

LuggsaysNotaWomen Sun 03-Mar-19 15:22:47

The Lie Tree. The Sea of Trolls Trilogy

stirling Sun 03-Mar-19 17:47:08

Thanks, she's read lie tree. Hunger games on the way. Will look up other two

Romanov Sun 03-Mar-19 17:51:18

Vampire academy could be a go er?

There is some lightly mentioned sex, ( his chest) but not graphic

They do talk about an ecstatic feeling when they 'feed' but that is about it

QueenMabby Sun 03-Mar-19 17:52:53

Fallen by Lauren Kate? Not vampires but angels and good/evil etc. Set in a school.

HalfBloodPrincess Sun 03-Mar-19 17:55:20

Stephanie Meyer wrote another book called the host. It’s suprisingly good!

Maze runner series

ourkidmolly Sun 03-Mar-19 18:00:56

My dd also consumed by Twilight. She's enjoyed some of the Sophie McKenzie and Frozen Charlotte series.

ElizabethinherGermanGarden Sun 03-Mar-19 18:01:30

Ruby Redfort series is good. Some older fantasy/adapted fairy tales eg Beauty by Robin McKinley and The Tower Room by Adele Geras might intrigue her.

TwigTheWonderKid Sun 03-Mar-19 18:22:32

What exactly do you mean when you say "for girls?"

wobblebot Sun 03-Mar-19 18:23:06

Definitely the divergent series!!

ourkidmolly Sun 03-Mar-19 18:25:59

Presumably she means someone born with a vulva?

mary81 Sun 03-Mar-19 18:28:45

Night School, by CJ Daugherty

bakingcupcakes Sun 03-Mar-19 18:34:49

Age of legends trilogy by Kelley Armstrong. There's quite a few Kelley Armstrong books aimed at young teens that are in a similar vein to the Twilight series.

Bananarama12 Sun 03-Mar-19 18:39:30

The infernal devices, The doomspell trilogy, hush hush

Reaa Sun 03-Mar-19 19:03:44

Has she read the Alex rider series yet?

AlmostStace Sun 03-Mar-19 19:20:22

The Fablehaven series is excellent.

bethfreyaisaac Sun 03-Mar-19 19:24:17

House of Night series by PC and Kristen Cast. Loved it when I was around that age!

Stillabitemo Sun 03-Mar-19 19:41:14

Seconding recommendations for the house of night. Also the mortal instruments books

FlossieTeacakesFurCoat18 Sun 03-Mar-19 19:44:58

The wolves of mercy falls series by Maggie Steifvater was very twilight-esque . Quiet bookish girl falls for boy who transforms into a wolf, all very dreamy and romantic. There's some very non-explicit sex when he sleeps over though, only slightly more than in twilight

TwigTheWonderKid Sun 03-Mar-19 20:28:20

@ourkidmolly yeah, I know what a girl is (being one myself and all). Just wondered what OP meant re books "for girls".

My DD loved the Skullduggery Pleasant books at that age. They have a strong female protagonist but they certainly aren't "girly", if that's what you are after.

Haypanky Sun 03-Mar-19 20:51:27

Garth Nix's trilogy is really good. Lirael etc

stirling Mon 04-Mar-19 07:57:00

Oh excellent, so many brilliant recommendations of which I know none. Thank you so much everyone

Ps I mentioned books for girls because she won't read DS's recommended stuff...

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