If You Give A Mouse A Cookie: A deeply conservative diatribe against the social welfare system, exposing the corruptive influence of unrestrained greed and the American obsession of an instant gratification culture.
Sword of Truth: A man discovers he was heir to an empire he never knew of, and only through finding his true self can he stop a greater one.
New Moon: The young man and woman break up when she is accidentally injured. The woman is forced to endure months and months away from her soulmate, seeking comfort and solace in her childhood friend. She then embarks on a journey to stop her lover from killing himself by exposing his secret.
Eclipse:The woman is grief-stricken when the two men in her life are in conflict.
Valley of the Dolls: a landmark in proto-feminist literature, this best-seller explores the complicated lives of women in the entertainment industry. It addresses female friendship, the physical and psychic costs of tyrranical beauty standards, the grinding road to success, the hazards of fame and romance, and the protagonists' self-destructive coping mechanisms.
Horrid Henry: a boy with behaviour problems struggles to cope with neglectful parents, hateful teachers who overestimate him, his perfectionist brother who is obsessed with making him feel shit, and a sexist hate group formed against him and his friends.
Fifty Shades of Grey: An ordinary young woman with low self-esteem meets a charming billionaire by chance and forms a relationship with him, but in the process learns some unsettling truths about the man she loves and must make the difficult choice of whether to stay by his side despite the danger or leave him and put her own safety and well-being first.
Fifty Shades Darker: The young woman chooses to stay loyal to her man, but learns even more about his dark past and must cope with his dual nature while attempting to help him overcome said dark past.
Fifty Shades Freed: The couple is finally married, but still must overcome trials such as impending parenthood and the man's most hated rival attempting to bring him down.
Maximum Ride: An exploration of the potential evils of genetic engineering if the field takes its studies too far. It focuses on a group of horrific freaks of nature that escaped from the lab where they were illegally grown, and the lab's efforts to capture them back.
The Ugly Barnacle: A poignant exploration of the tragedy of death and society's perceptions of beauty.
Left Behind: Four people cope with the effects of a mysterious, devastating event that wipes out a large number of the human population, including every child on the planet, and take it upon themselves to stop the one man hell-bent on taking advantage of the world's chaos for his own nefarious purposes. A thrilling read with unrelenting suspense.