Many middle school boys are reluctant readers, but a really great book has the potential to turn that around. That is, if you can get them to read it. Boys usually don't like to read for one of two reasons:
1. Reading is boring
2. Reading is too hard
It's unfortunate that many boys get to Middle School and still feel this way about reading. This impacts their ability to do well on standardized tests, their grades in all subjects, and their world is a little smaller because they aren't exposed to all the wonderful and different ideas that are explored through reading. You can choose best middle school in Amsterdam via https://www.amityschool.nl/learning/middle-years
When reading is difficult it's almost impossible to get into the story. Pick books that are at an easy reading level. When the reader isn't getting stuck on challenging words they can fully engage their imagination and read for enjoyment. Make this an opportunity to help your middle school boy realize there are great stories in the words.
Audio books are an excellent way to capture the interest of even the most reluctant reader. Amazon carries Kindle books with Whispersync technology that highlights the words of the digital version synced to professional narration complete with sound effects. Reading along with audio books also helps with fluency.
Paper books are unappealing to the average middle school boy but digital books, either on a Kindle or the Kindle App on an iPad, makes them much more palatable. Many middle schools even allow students to bring their technology to school for reading assigned books.
There are lots of popular novels for the middle school age group that appeal in particular to boys. Rick Riordan's series Kane Chronicles and Percy Jackson are fantastic and also teach mythology. The Maze Runner by James Dashner and Enders Game by Orson Scott Card are also popular.