Donald E. Westlake (Hot rock, Bad news, Don't ask), Douglas Adams (Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy), Stanislaw Lem (Solaris, Cyberiad, Master's voice), J. K. Rowling (Harry Potter), Alan Dean Foster (Alien, Aliens), Andrzej Sapkowski (Wiedzmin), Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes) and many authors of Star Trek novels (Ann C. Crispin, James Blish, Gene DeWeese).
Oh I love Wilbur Smith books, I find them so interesting and exciting too, especially his ones situated in Africa. Dean Koontz I enjoy too. Ohhhh I feel like a good read now, I haven't had one for ages. Amazon here I come. lololo
Read a book many years ago in Sweden.
If i translate (try) the swedish title it is:
"The knights around Danny's table" by John Steinbeck. Cant find it, have searched Amazon.com and Ebay. Any idea of another english title?
I read "Bitter Harvest" by Ann Rule.
It was very well written.Very descriptive ...almost too much so. It left me with a bitter taste in my mouth. Oh,I don't blame Ms Rule except to say she really knows how to draw an accurate picture. I almost threw the book out when I was finished. Anyone who has read it and has children would understand.
I enjoyed her writing very much and would have loved to read more of her work,but it's taking me awhile to get past "Bitter Harvest". (2 years lol)
Could you recommend something of hers I would like better,please? :-)
The Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck
Steppenwolfe - Herman Hesse
Stranger In A Strange Land - Robert Heinlein
Lectures on Levi - Machiavelli
The Republic - Plato
The Electric Cool-Aid Acid Test - Ken Kesey
Heart of Darkness - Joseph Conrad
The Word for World is Forest - Ursula K. LeGuin
The Cost of Discipleship - Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Beyond Good & Evil - Nietzche
Pride & Prejudice - Jane Austen
Nichomachean Ethics - Aristotle
Leviathan - Hobbes
Essays - Emerson
Dune - Frank Herbert
Lord of the Rings - Tolkien
If Beale Street Could Talk - James Baldwin
Slaughterhouse Five - Kurt Vonnegut
Huckleberry Finn - Mark Twain
The Secret Doctrine - Blavatsky
Oh honestly Ms Harleykins, you have a lot to answer for, I've just been and bought three Dean Koontz books from Amazon. Now I'm off to look for some John Grisham ones, haven't read any books for ages, now you've all started me off. lolololo
Hey its Magenta who started this board, don't blame me!! ROFL!!
Dean Koontz? Excellent choice! I have his whole collection! Don't forget Graham Masterton and Richard Layman!! And check out Stephen Kings 'Insomnia' if you haven't already. Fantastic!
Oh right, yes I like Graham Masterton, haven't tried RL, I don't always enjoy Stephen King for some reason, I did enjoy the Shawshank Redemption, it was only a short story too, I read it a long time before they made a film of it, and the book was even better than the film, which usually is the case.
Well I've just ordered three more books. Two of Wilbur Smith, who can do no wrong in my eyes, I've read nearly all his books.
I was looking at that book called PREY, but couldn't make my mind up about it.
(скрий) Ако четете редовно само някои от дискусиите, можете да ги добавите в списъка си с любими дискусии като отидете на страницата и чукнете на "Добави към любимите ми дискусии". (pauloaguia) (покажи всички подсказки)