I enjoy reading, but a book has to really grab me for me to stick with it. I have two books on my kindle that are half read because I've lost interest in them. They are The Secret of Spellshadow Manor by Bella Forrest and Ship of Magic by Robin Hobb.
Books I remember enjoying are: Harry Potter Me Before You and After You by Jojo Moyes The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Claire Angels and Demons by Dan Brown
I can't really say what genre I like because it varies. But any recommendations would be greatly received!
Book taste/enjoyment is such a personal thing. You might like these...
One Day - David Nicholls His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman Into the Darkest Corner - Elizabeth Haynes Human Remains - Elizabeth Haynes The Hunger Games - ? Forgot the author. Suzanne Something The Help - ? Mind’s gone blank Mudbound - Hilary Jordan The Unlikely Pilgramage of Harold Fry - Rachel Joyce Gentlemen &Players - Joanne Harris The Husband’s Secret - Liane Moriarty Simon Serrailler books - Susan Hill The Woman in Black - Susan Hill
Have you red Robin Hobb's "Farseer" books? Look [https://www.fantasticfiction.com/h/robin-hobb/here]] for the reading order - they are fab! She also writes under the name Megan Lindholm, and wrote the "Windsingers" books with George R.R. Martin (of Game of Thrones fame) If you fancy a something a tad racy but not as trite as 50 shades of shite ie porn lol try Shelly Laurenceston - the Pride and the Pack series are great - even if you skip over the sex scenes, they have good story lines and characterisation, and fab world building. If you want to try something "not like anything else" you could try Storm Constantine's "Wraeththu" books, and also the "Companion to Wolves" trilogy by Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette. I love them, and often re-read them even though I practically know them off by heart! - they are so VERY good, but kind of "defy description" - they are just not like any other series serieses? I've ever read, but are gripping and thought provoking and absorbing.