Last book that you read?

India
November 13, 2007 5:43am CST
Which is the last book that you read? I read Sidney Sheldon's "The Sky is Falling". Its a masterpiece work and I enjoy each and every line of that novel.
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@lecanis (16739)
• Murfreesboro, Tennessee
13 Nov 07
The last book that I read was Dennis McKiernan's "Caverns of Socrates". It's kind of a mix of fantasy and science fiction. McKiernan is one of my favorite fantasy authors, and yet most people seem not to have heard of him. He's very underrated. Right now I'm also reading manga, but I don't really count that as "reading a book" because I can finish reading a manga volume in less than an hour.
• India
13 Nov 07
Wow! I love science fiction stories. I have read several books authored by carl sagan and robin cook. I will try Dennis and will tell you :). BTW, it will take atleast 2 to 3 days to finish a book for me, coz am a student and i have to prepare for my tests also ;).
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@lecanis (16739)
• Murfreesboro, Tennessee
13 Nov 07
I've read some Robin Cook. :) Haha, it takes a couple of days for me to finish real books too, because I'm either online, working, or spending time with my 1 1/2 year old son. However, I read manga (Japanese comics) and those go much more quickly since they have pictures. That's why I said I wasn't counting them.
@julianarw (1524)
• Netherlands
13 Nov 07
Hi, The last book that i've read was Harry Potter 7. It's took me couple months to finished that book haha...Because i don't have much time to read book every day. I am full time mother, my son is 15 months. So, every day i am busy with him, only sometimes i read book. At the moment i don't read any kind of book. Only children book that i read for my son ^_^ Happy posting!
• India
13 Nov 07
i think your 15 month old son will not allow you to read any books. but then, you will be enjoying his company a lot :)
@julianarw (1524)
• Netherlands
13 Nov 07
Yes, he keeps me busy with him haha....
• Brazil
13 Nov 07
Hi, I have read the Zahir by Paulo Coelho is a great work I advise you as writer he most renowmed and his books are translated into several languages. If you comment on my, name is TWO LIFES. Thanks.
• India
13 Nov 07
Seems interesting! Will definitely give a try.
@mrtimharry (1182)
15 Nov 07
Just finished re-reading Alistair MacLean's San Andreas. By no means is it a complicated book to read, with fairly straight forward story of a hospital ship trying to escape the clutches of the Germans in the Second World War
• Philippines
13 Nov 07
the last book i read was Knife of Dreams by Robert Jordan. it's already more than a year old (it came out last year in our country), but i just read it lately. it's sort of a cross between Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings...only it's way better to read than Lord of the Rings! it has action, magic, adventure, romance, humor...you name it. i love it! it's a series (12 books), actually, and Knife of Dreams is the eleventh book. now i'm just waiting for the last book to come out...
@sizzle3000 (3040)
• United States
13 Nov 07
The last book I have read was Savage HOnor written by Cassie Edwards. This book is about the Seneca Indians. The story is about a girl who pretended to be a boy so that she would be safe in the old wild west. Her mother was a wisky peddler and wanted to protect her daughter as much as possible. However, in trying to protect her child she has put her in harms way. The girl finds a way to escape and finds love. She finds the Indians way of life is just right for her. The book talks about the way two cultures come together as one. I enjoyed this book as much as I have enjoyed many of Cassie Edwards other books. She does her research well and tries very hard to use facts when dealing with the Indian tribes customes and laws. She is a very good writer in my book.