Any suggestion for a good book?

India
October 7, 2017 1:12am CST
I'm an avid reader and I really enjoy getting immersed in the world of a good book. Recently I've been on a reading spree. I hadn't read a book for quite some time and I got back to reading with Alexander Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo and Cervantes' Don Quixote. Now that I've finished them, I feel a void in my life. So can you people suggest me a great book (maybe your favorite book) that I can pick up next?
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@shubhu3 (36464)
• New Delhi, India
7 Oct 17
What kind of book do you love to read? Genre?
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• India
7 Oct 17
I like all kinds of books but I do enjoy historical novels with gripping narrative and tight plot, something like Ken Follet's The Pillars Of The Earth (1989). But otherwise I enjoy books of all genres.
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@shubhu3 (36464)
• New Delhi, India
7 Oct 17
@Shine10Mathew That's nice. Have you read Fault in our Stars? It's a good read.
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@jstory07 (135417)
• Roseburg, Oregon
7 Oct 17
Go look around in a librry and you will find lots of books that interest you. That is what I do.
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• India
7 Oct 17
I'll try that, maybe I'll stumble across some unknown gem of a book :)
@maezee (41997)
• United States
7 Oct 17
Not me favorite book but Im reading a good one called Emily and Einstein by Linda Francis Lee. Its pretty good. What gente do you normally like?
• India
7 Oct 17
I usually like historical texts, novels with grand narrative and sweeping storylines and I'm a big admirer of Russian Novelists like Tolstoy, Dostoevsky and Gogol.
@topffer (42156)
• France
7 Oct 17
If it was the only book from Dumas that you read, you can look for his other masterpiece, "The Three Musketeers". Many movies have been made from this book, but the book is better than any movie.
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@topffer (42156)
• France
7 Oct 17
@Shine10Mathew Both are very good, you will tell me which is your preferred one.
• India
7 Oct 17
Thanks for the suggestion, I'll surely give it a try. I hope it turns out to be as good as The Count of Monte Cristo.
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@JohnRoberts (109857)
• Los Angeles, California
7 Oct 17
Try The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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• India
7 Oct 17
Already read it and I must say I'll be re-reading it again very soon. Jay Gatsby sits right up there with Bruce Wayne in terms of mysterious millionaires.
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• India
7 Oct 17
@JohnRoberts No, but after finishing Monte Cristo I think I'll read The Three Musketeers too. I am slowly turning into a Dumas fan :)
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@JohnRoberts (109857)
• Los Angeles, California
7 Oct 17
@Shine10Mathew Have you read The Three Musketeers?
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