How many of you are Sidney Sheldon fans?
September 20, 2010 12:27am CST
Hi, I love reading his books....Rage of Angels is one of my favorites....his books were a rage during my school days. there were Daniel steeles, nancy drews and mills and boons but sidney sheldon books were most sort after of all.....how many such fans are here?
20 Sep 10
Hi, Yes i like reading Sydney sheldon novels too. But i wont say he is my favourite. The only thing which made me wonder about his novels were always the main character was a girl. That's for me is something which he should have considered changing. Anyways I would like to say read John grisham's novels too. He is really good and mostly his books are on life of lawyers and law cases etc. One of his book " The Testament" is simply awesome and it will make u think for a long long time. Cheers, Tutul
20 Sep 10
Hi durgabala. I love reading Sydney Sheldon, Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys, Mills and Boon, Agatha Cristie and all other murder mysteries as well as detective stories apart from other books. I did find Sydney quite interesting but not definitely my favourite. My favourite is Agatha Cristie. I have some memories of watching a seriel based on Agatha's novels. And that was one author I loved reading in my childhood as well as now. I still have some of the copies and whenever have time, read them at one go.
20 Sep 10
I'm also a fan of him! I actually made a list of the nooks that he has and read what our university library supplies. I still have a few more books to read to complete that list though. I've read other books and I really don't mind reading one genre and another but Sidney Sheldon's books just keeps me wanting for more. Even when I'm busy with school I'd borrow one and read it, somehow keeps of some of the stress off.
7 Oct 10
I'm a Sheldon fan, too! The very first book of him that I read was Bloodlines, when I was in high school. I loved it! My favorite Sidney Sheldon book is 'If Tomorrow Comes', I loved the heroine there, Tracy Whitney and her story is something that I still remember even though I've read it years ago now. It is closely followed by 'Tell Me Your Dreams'. He is indeed a master storyteller!