A list of what is good 2 read
summer_breeze: I love reading real life stories, or inspirational stories, believable stuff. also Harry potter, night watch type of books.....what else should i read?
lynnarey: You try John Grisham's novels or Lisa Scottoline. It's all about Law and jury. Try also Sidney Sheldon.
♥♥♥♥KittyCat♥♥♥♥: You should read The Gatehouse by our very own Gege Lambert!! A supernatural murder mystery with lots of twists and turns.
Available from Barnes and Noble!!!!
summer_breeze: Thanks guys, some of these i have tried but others havent. Please keep em coming, I read fairly quickly at time
Bell214: Maybe you should try A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin. It's an absolute page-turner! Fantasy for the 21st century.
If you like thrillers (Crichton, Grisham, Wilson, Clancy, Berry, Rollins, Silva ... etc. ):
BerRy LuRv3: You should try read "Ps,I love You" and "Where Rainbow's End" both by Cecilia Ahern. These two books are so nice and makes you feel heart warming. Ps,I Love You is a story that will make you cry so prepare a box of tissue! Enjoy!!!
heybabyimexplosive: Love The One You’re With- Emily Giffin
Before I Die-Jenny Downham
Push: A Novel-Sapphire
Unwind- Neal Shusterman
Beastly- Alex Flinn
Thirteen Reasons Why- Jay Asher
Story of a Girl- Sara Zarr
The Lovely Bones
Converting Kate-Beckie Weinheimer
The Missing Girl
Lost It- Kristin Tracy
Plan B- Jenny O’Connell
Two-Way Street- Lauren Barnholdt
The Book of Luke- Jenny O’Connell
Pretty Little Devils- Nancy Holder
Wake- Lisa McMann
What Would Emma Do?- Eileen Cook
North of Beautiful-Justina Chen Headley
If I Stay- Gayle Forman
Bad Girls Don’t Die-Katie Alender
Amandragora: 1. The kite runner -by Khaled Hosseini.
2. Can you keep a secret? - by sophie kinsella.
3. Remember me? - by sophie kinsella.
4. A thousand splendid suns - by Khaled Hosseini
5. Midnight's children - by salman rushdie
6. The third twin - by Ken Follett
7. The mistress of spices - by chitra devakaruni bannerjee
8. The winner stands alone - by Paulo Coelho.
9. The twelfth card - Jeffery Deaver
bored_silly: crime and punishment-fyodor dostoyevski
the teachings of don juan-carlos castaneda
electric koolaid acid test-tom wolfe
wuthering heights-emily bronte
consider philebas-ian m banks
StolenHeart: Bloodroot by Amy Greene (forbidden love and magic)
The Melting Season by Jami Attenburg (leaving behind a Damaged Marriage)
AmyWho: How did no one put The Time Travelers Wife on here?
A fantatstic book, if I may say so myself
daydreams: the 5 people you meet in heaven , it was a really good read, i wouldnt so much as go for weathering heights as i would Jane eyre, sorry i havent read either in like 20 yrs , but jane was better by far and easier 2 read. pandora by anne rice was rich with interesting history , atleast i thought so greek, roman stuff, but i liked 5 people we meet in heven, just an old man who meets people along his way was quick and good.
SheJoker: Hey, just finished Ted Dekkers Black, first in his Circle Trilogy! Awesome Thriller! If You like a nail biter, Read this series!
Rockster: I think one author everyone should try is Greg Iles and the book I'd start with is 'The Quiet Game', a superb thriller.
wooden: the monk who sold his ferrari by robin Sharma
the mayor of casterbridge by Thomas Hardy
Lord of the flies ( I can't recall the auther name
one hundred years of solitude by Gabraiel Garcia marqiez
I read them all. they are the best . ( at least for me)
DieFerrie: Libra by Don DeLillo
In Watermelon Sugar by Richard Brautigan
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark
The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton
The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
Watt by Beckett
or just any book you can find by Richard Brautigan