Need a good read!

@Mare73 (1335)
United States
July 9, 2007 11:51am CST
Any suggestions?
10 responses
@Ravenladyj (22936)
• United States
9 Jul 07
hhhmm well I just finished reading A Dirty Job by Christopher Moore and loved it..it was far too funny IMO (I liked it so much I got two more of his books last week LOL) The cell by Stephen King was good (ending sucked though) Desperation also by King is good Black Dagger Brotherhood books by J.R Ward are good (start with Dark Lover...they are vampire romance books and WOOHOO are they EVER fabulous!!!) Um thats all I have for you now..I have tons of suggestions but I am too hot to think at the moment :-/
@Ravenladyj (22936)
• United States
9 Jul 07
For a good summer read I'd go with Dark Lover...they ARE romance books but they are more action, mystery and so on rather than "harliquin type"....they arent harlequinie at all!! And the men are FREAKIN LUCIOUS LOL the way they are described I mean..AND J.R is a super nice woman....
@Ravenladyj (22936)
• United States
10 Jul 07
A good NON-Fiction book IMO would be Letting Go of the Person You Used to Be - Lama Surya Das...EXCELLENT BOOK!! Very easy to read, extremely helpful too...
• United States
9 Jul 07
If you like mystery/thriller types, then you'd love Dean Koontz & John Saul. Even some Nora Roberts books have the mystery/thriller in them as well as some romance aspects.
• United States
9 Jul 07
Oh I almost forgot!! Harlan Coben is an excellent writer too. I have fallen madly in love with his books.
@cher913 (25865)
• Canada
9 Jul 07
well then its time for you to go visit your local library. they have everything, adventure, romance, science fiction...fiction, non fiction...even historical stuff for history fanatics like me! you are bound to find something there !!!
@Mare73 (1335)
• United States
9 Jul 07
I know the library is a good spot for free books - but what are some suggestions? That's what I'm looking for.
@Aurone (4757)
• United States
9 Jul 07
What kind of genre do you like?
@Mare73 (1335)
• United States
9 Jul 07
Mystery/suspense/thriller some self help/improvement I love the author Mary Clark Higgins.
• United States
17 Jul 07
Try 'American Gods' by Neil Gaiman - It's an epic adventure across America (i sound like a book reviewer!) and an interesting exploration into what happens to gods when no one is left to worship them.
@Neriz69 (1042)
• Philippines
10 Jul 07
How about Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. Might want to try reading for the business side of you. Norman Vincent Peale books are uplifting, and encouraging.
@keywis (18)
• United States
9 Jul 07
If you like Harry Potter I suggest any of those books even to grown ups. Then of course there is John Grisham you can't go wrong there. I read a book called House of Thunder by Dean Koontz, I do not usally like him but this was a good book. I could go on all day as I will read anything with words on it I am not picky.
@irisheyes (4372)
• United States
9 Jul 07
Two great reads I can suggest are The Secret life of Bees by Sue Monk Kid and The secret History by Donna Tartt. They're fiction that qualifies as literature but not mysteries. Some good mysteries are M.C. Beaton's Agatha Raison stories. Aggie is a middle aged, somewhat obnoxious lady detective who lives in the Cotswolds and is a real pistol.
@slaveeva (213)
• United States
9 Jul 07
If you enjoy fantasy/adventure I sujest you read some of tamara pierce's books. She is a fantastic author. There are many books out there. My main sujestion is to go to the libary and look at the books there. Trust me you won't be disappointed.
@cikedo (3486)
• United States
9 Jul 07
That completely depends on the kind of books you like. If your into the horror/vampire books you should read some of Anne Rices books.