Can you recommend me a good book?

@luneliza (197)
December 31, 2007 1:34pm CST
It doesn't have to belong to a certain genre. A good book is worth reading, regardless of the category it belongs to, just for its value. Can you give me some suggestions?
4 responses
@mollyrose (415)
• United States
31 Dec 07
Well since I am avid reader who reads a variety of novels here are a few that I found good and maybe you might too. 1. Kiss the Girls by James Patterson 2. Violets are Blue by James Patterson 3. The Blackstone Chronicles by John Saul 4. The Witching Hour by Anne Rice 5. Cell by Stephen King Right now I am into Sylvia Browne novels and find them truly fascinating.
• Vatican City State (Holy See)
31 Dec 07
I would reccomend " Handsome as a bag of diamonds" by me. It is about my facinating life and about how incredibly handsome i am. I truely am handsome. As a bag of diamonds.
@rosey3223 (1569)
• United States
31 Dec 07
Well, it's kinda stupid of me to answer because it has been so long since I have read any books, but I know that I can recommend an excellent author. Her name is Tami Hoag and she writes murder/mystery types. The first book I read of hers was "Dust to Dust" and it was so good that I had to get the mate to it called "Ashes to Ashes". I then bought another book of hers but because my youngest child got a hold of it and ruined it, I never got to read it and had to throw it away. But from what I have read from her, she is an excellent author and I do recommend her. I hope I helped you out a little. I'm not much of a reader any more because I don't seem to have the time...besides, Mylot is a little more fun...LoL!!
31 Dec 07
I would recomend series of Christian Fiction books called "Left Behind" That is the title to the first book. The series is 12 books. Very engaging, but you may have heard of it. The series was a big hit in the late 90's. Authored by Tim Lahaye and Jerry Jenkins Actually a friend of mine just introduced me. Also another favorite totally opposite is "Dutch" by Teri Woods this series is a trilogy. Very good reads