I need a good book suggestion
February 12, 2009 1:49am CST
I've been re-reading books lately cos I can't find any good books, I read a lot, I've read books by Tamora Peirce, J.K Rowling, Terry Pratchett, James Patterson, Dan Brown, John Grisham, and others and really liked them, but it gets boring after you read the same books over and over, I don't like Twilight by Stephanie Meyer and yes I've read two of them, and no I refuse to waste another minute on any of her books. Thank you in advance for any suggestions(:
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• United States
13 Feb 09
There may be some repeats here in my post, but here goes - Dean Koontz - False Memory is my favorite of his Tami Hoag - Several good books Dan Millman - Way of the Peaceful Warrior & The Journey of Socrates Alice Sebold - The Lovely Bones Keith Ablow - The Architect Gregg Braden - Divine Matrix & The God Code Alexandre Dumas - The Count of Monte Cristo Tim Weiner - Legacy of Ashes Greg Mortenson - Three Cups of Tea Dave Pelzer - Child Called It Christopher Knight - The Hiram Key Jodi Picoult - Several good books Harper Lee - To Kill a Mockingbird Deepak Chopra - Several good books I could keep going, but I'm not sure what your favorite genre is.
12 Feb 09
Hello my dear exactoblade Ji, During my stay abroad in US in 2003, I read following books, all are very good and they are all varrying in taste, try and selecta nd read 19 November 2003 Books So For Read :- KEN FOLLETT Deals about Pan American last passangers immaginary trip by Clippard ship over atlantic Margrett, Percy ( Flying Boat) (02)Pelican Brief JOHN GRISHAM Deals with Nature’s belongings being ruled by billionariery, which was exposed by Derby Shah with Wasington Post Grey (03) Wings Of the Eagles KEN FLOLETT Eds in Tehran, Ros Perot of Taxana, Coburn, Simon Rashid Bill , Paul escape under extreme horrible condition via Turkey (04) Other Side Of Midnight SIDNEY SHELDON Atlantik 1947, Noelle Page, Costanin Demris, Larry Douglas, Catherine (05) The Secret Families JOHN GARDNER The master piece of intrigue intriduces thhe Railton-Britains first family of spies and American Fatherings (06) The Last Heroes W.E.B. GRIFFIN 1939, A SUPERIOR WAR STORY, Bill Candy, Eiddie Bitter China (07) Daughter of Fortune ISABEL ALLENDE 1843-1849- An orphan raised in Valpaso, Chile, by a victorian spinster and her rigid brother, Eliza Sommers follows her lover upto California (08) Net Force—Tom Clancy (09) The Body Form—Patrica Cornwell (10) The Ceestial Bed- Irving Wallace (11) The Atlas of Endangered People –Steve Pollock (12) The Book Of Firsts—Patric Robertson (13) The Bad Witness- Laura Van Wormer Dr. DEAN ORNISH’S PROGRAM FOR REVERSING HEART DISEASE US 6.99 $ Latest edition- Feb 1996 Library of Congress catlog Card Number – 95-94897 ISBN- 0-8041-1038-7 Published by Ballantine Books a division of Random house Inc New York :- Books published by The Ballantine Publishing Group are available at quantity discounts on bulk purchases for premium, educational, fund raising, and special sales use. For details, please call-1-800-733-3000 May god bless you and have great time.
• United States
12 Feb 09
I've noticed a couple of people have already mentioned Dean Koontz. He is my favorite so I, too, will suggest reading some of his. I think my favorite is Midnight. I would also suggest Tami Hoag if you haven't read any of her books. I think you'd like her books based on the authors you listed (specifically James Patterson, I got into Tami Hoag around the same time as I started reading his books). I liked Still Waters and there is a two book series the first is Night Sins and the second is Guilty As Sin I believe. In all honesty, I've liked all of her books I've read. Have you read Catherine Coulter's FBI Series? If not I recommend those. The first book is called The Cove and the second is The Maze. I have read the first four of them and liked them all.
12 Feb 09
Dave Pelzer, Waris Dirie if you like true stories. And I'll strongly recommend you to read "Tuesdays with Morrie" If you like thrillers more I would suggest Dean R Koontz, Stephen King (especially "It") and Michael Connely. It's really hard to suggest books to a person you don't know :-) Take Care and good luck on finding new books to read!