The Harry Potter Books

Canada
February 18, 2009 5:55pm CST
Well since i was a kid growin up harry potter taught me many things on how to respect others, liking to read, and what not, and even now i read the harry potter books, but i want to start reading new books that are enjoyable, if you have any book in mind please let me know i wana know as many books as possible for future refrences and even now. Thank you Crusher
7 responses
@ppkumar (22)
• India
19 Feb 09
hello there......i also like harry potter books....though i am not a big fan of them...:-) if you like harry potter, then, you might also like "eragon" by Christopher Paolini. it is also a fantasy .......its about a boy and a dragon and a legacy......i'll not tell you much about it..i think you should read it for yourself. there is a movie base on it with the same name....you might like it. have a nice day..:-)
• Canada
21 Feb 09
i loved eragon!
• India
9 Mar 09
is there any site to download this book online?
@zster101 (47)
• United States
19 Feb 09
Well . . . I don't know your age, but if you're fifteen or so and above you should check out Stephen King, Ken Follet, Ernest Hemingway and John Grisham
• Canada
19 Feb 09
thx il keep those in mind and yeh im around 15
• India
9 Mar 09
is there any site to download this book online?
19 Feb 09
harry potter is really good. check out john grisham, michael crichton, judith mcnaught, nora roberts and johanna lindsay too. they are great
• India
9 Mar 09
is there any site to download this book online?
@adriken (25)
• United States
18 Jun 09
Loved the Harry Potter series of books. Stephen King is the best horror author. Check them out. You cannot go wrong. The Stand is my favorite of his books.
@ag_sekar (112)
• India
22 Mar 09
I too liked reading Harry Potter series though I read them in my late 20s. I would recommend Louis L'Amour books for action/adventures and PG Wodehouse books for comedy. You can also try Robert Ludlum books for fast paced actions
@ushassu (34)
• India
11 Mar 09
Harry Potter series was amazing isnt it.unfortunately that series started when i grew up but nevertheless i still read it like a kid.used to read few pages daily before going to sleep.i grew up reading the Famous five, secret seven, nancy drew and hardy boys series though. u will like them if u r more of an adventure kind of a person.really nice books.Lord of the Rings is also good enough. try the nancy drew series.she writes all kind of books and u r sure to find something of ur liking
@HansonFan (1659)
• United States
19 Feb 09
Hi there! I too grew up with the Harry Potter books and loved how they changed my life. I would highly recommend the Twilight series. A lot of Harry Potter fans love them. I was wary at first, but when I gave them a chance I was hooked. Bella and Edward's story is a great one. I am also a big Dean Koontz fan and I first read him when I was about your age. I am now 21 and still read a lot of his. My favorite of his is called Watchers - its about a science experiment to kill enemy soldiers during war that involves a monster that can be tracked and brought back in by a Golden Retriever. They both escape the science lab and the monster sets off to kill the dog. But, this dog is extremely intelligent. I highly recommend it - it has drama, mystery, action, humor and a bit of horror all in one. I hope this helps and happy reading! (I also really liked Koontz's Life Expectancy if you want to check than one out too/instead).