What is the last book you read?

@Riptide (2762)
United States
March 8, 2007 10:05pm CST
What is the last book you read and did you like it? The last book I read was called "Deep Storm", by Lincoln Child and it was a great book with a surprise ending. I love suspense,thrillers and crime dramas and also horror. Got any suggestions for the next book I should read?
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• Philippines
9 Mar 07
The last book i've read was "Digital Fortress" by Dan Brown. prior to that, i read 2 books, also by Dan Brown, "Deception Point" and "The Da Vinci Code". Reading those 3, i noticed that all involved data encryption. I read them couple of time already... i haven't got the other book, "Angels and Demons", also by Dan Brown...
@Riptide (2762)
• United States
9 Mar 07
I read Angels & Demons by Dan Brown and it is an excellent book and if you liked his other books, which I assume you did since you read 3 of them lol, you are going to love this one. Also you should try some Steve Berry books, if you like Dan Brown. He writes in the style of Dan Brown and his books are excellent.
• Canada
9 Mar 07
The last book I read was 'The Reality Dysfunction' by Peter F. Hamilton. It is book 1 of a 3 book series. I now have to find books 2 and 3 to see how things turn out! In the meantime, I'm reading 'Excession' by Iain M. Banks. (these books are science fiction)
@nadias (88)
• Norway
9 Mar 07
Last book i finished reading is Torey Hayden's "Just another kid". I've started reading another one of her books since then. This time "Somebody else's kid". I love her books and i've already read quite a few (and i still have a few to go). I would recommend anyone of her books without even thinking about it. They're non-fiction books so if you like the genre, you should give them a try. "Each was a child no one could reach - until one amazing teacher embraced them all" (from "Just another kid") "They were problems nobody wanted - until one extraordinary teacher took them into her heart (from "Somebody else's kid")
@mari61960 (4895)
• United States
9 Mar 07
The last book I read, well am almost finished reading.. is "The People of the Owl" by Kathleen O'neil Gear and Michael Gear. It's on of the many People Books - First North Americans, that they have written together. THE PEOPLE BOOKS Author's Comments July, 2001 In November of 1986, Michael and Kathleen went to work for several weeks on the I-70 expansion project in Utah. This section of Interstate was built across the San Rafael swell from Green River to Richmond. Good friends Bill Davis and Debbie Westfall, of Abajo Archaeology, out of Bluff directed the project. It was after Michael and Kathleen's return to the cabin that Tor editor, Michael Seidman, called to ask about what the project had uncovered. After hearing about Fremont pithouses, gaming balls, pinion caches, and archaic housepits, he asked what it would take for Michael and Kathleen to collaborate on a novel that chronicled the migration of humans into North America, followed different characters across time, incorporated the origins of different Native language groups, and ended with the arrival of the Europeans in the Fifteenth Century. It's an awesome series if you have any interest in history or archeaology.