favourite book/writers (Page 4)
shadowluv: Anything written by Gena Showalter, Lisa Kleypas, Cathy Maxwell, Lynsay Sands, Susan Mallery, or Julia Quinn
sarahbenjamin: i like cecilia ahern-where rainbows end. i read it about million times. i love it soo much. it's a cute love story.
SpartanWarrior_03: I've read all of John Grisham, Dean Koontz, Michael Chriton, James Patterson. All good authors, I think.
NightXGoddess: Nora Roberts, John Grisham, Amanda Ashley, Janet Dailey, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Rick Riordan, Darren Shan.
silver_tongue: I'd go for Chuck Palahniuk's books. I like dark humour. The first novel by him that I read was called 'Haunted'. It blew my mind away and I would discover something new about it each time I read it. Then I went on to reading Fight Club which, as we all know turned into an amazing film as well. I'd say, apart from Rant, I've liked all Chuck Palahniuk's books so far. I would highly recommend his books x.
Lora123: Classic: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
favourite quote; from Scout: "Hey, Boo."
Sci-fi: Brave New World by Aldous Huxley.
favourite quote; from the epsilon-minus semi-moron: "Roof."
Just plain good story: The Stand by Stephen King.
favourite quote; from Tom Cullen: "M-O-O-N. That spells moon."
Best book to wipe my butt with: The Little Red Book by Mao Tse Tung.
favourite quote; from the chairman himself: "We'll make every man, woman and child happy and healthy... even if it kills them."
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SpartanWarrior_03: To me, books are ALWAYS so much better & entertaining to me. Last longer, & forces you to work the mind a bit more.
Miss_Chrys: I love to read.. There are so many great authors out there. There are a few books that I have in my collection that I reread every now and then. Generally I get a theme in my head and then read alot on that genre and author hop (ie Religion, Polygamy, Autobiographies, Fiction). I love reading fiction on occassion where you can just get lost in a really well written book. Some of my favourite boooks are:
The Great Gatsby
A Million Little Pieces
Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas
To Kill a Mockingbird
Jodi Picoult isnt a bad author either, havent minded some of her books of late too.
SpartanWarrior_03: I only saw the film Schindler's List. It was close to what I witnessed at the grounds of the concentration camps. A good homage. I've read books by some of the survivors that went on to become authors.