Can you please name ANY book that you would recommend?? I'm looking for some new things to read! =)?
Name anything. List, or just one...whatever you want to do. I just want something good...and something to buy tomorrow.
I'm getting Tori Spelling's two books, and I want to get a couple others to have after I read those. I HAVE A LOT here, but I always love picking up something new to read. I'm into pretty much everything...
My fave author is Stephen King and I like anything like his, and even random books that are nothing like his. Just something good that you would recommend for me. THANKS!! =D
- ♥ B ♥Lv 41 decade agoBest Answer
"The Grant County Series, by Karin Slaughter"
It's a series of books about a pediatrician/coroner, Dr. Sara Linton, of a small town in Georgia. She comes across brutal crimes, and as a coroner, she has to work with her ex husband (though that kind of changes as the series go), the county's sheriff, Jeffrey Tolliver, and troubled detective Lena Adams. The characters are compelling, the crimes and suspense are bone chilling.
"Don't Tell, I'm Watching You, Nothing to Fear, You Can't Hide and Count to Ten, by Karen Rose."
It's a series of romantic suspense novels that happen in Chicago, in which characters alternate from being main to secondary (the main character of one book is secondary in the others). Karen Rose builds characters like no one else, they're endearing, lovable, you wish they were your friends, your family, your neighbors. The plots are creative and original and the romance makes you drool.
"The Predator Series" and "The No Evil" Series, by Allison Brennan"
Two interwined series of romantic suspense novels by Allison Brennan. The books are technical, the plots are creative, the characters are likable. The technicalities and forensics give the books a distinguished trait.
"The BulletCatchers series, by Roxanne St. Claire"
A series of romantic suspense novels about body guards that will go to hell and back to protect their subjects. St. Claire's clear and fluent writing, plus her fascinating characters and hot, steamy romance, make her books amazing reads.
"The Buchanan Brothers Series, by Julie Garwood"
It's a series of romantic suspense novels about law enforcement brothers, who end up in cases in which they have to protect a women -- that end up turning out to be someone they could be close to. While the plot seems generally stereotypical, Garwoord's humor is unique -- her books are absolutely hilarious and her characters find themselves in situations you wouldn't believe.
The Jane Rizzolli/Maura Isles Series, by Tess Gerritsen"
A series of psychological Thrillers like it's never been done before. Gerritsen gets in the mind of psychopath killers like no one else. Her books are creepy, fascinating. Her characters deep and compelling. Her prose fabulous.
"The Shopaholic Series, by Sophie Kinsella"
If you're looking for a light read, this is the perfect choice. The series is about the life of a woman who, obviously, is addicted to shopping. This gets her in all sorts of troubles and she has to figure out some creative ways of getting out of them. The characters are hilarious, comforting, human. Romantic comedy doesn't get any better than this!
Can you tell I'm a *little* obsessed with these books?Source(s): Answer mine, anyone? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Ap97W...
- Anonymous1 decade ago
The Boudica Series by Manda Scott
The Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling
The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini
The Maximum Ride series by James Patterson
The Chrestomanchi series by Diana Wynne Jones
Watership Down by Richard Adams
About A Boy by Nick Hornby
Flipped by Wendelin Van Draanen
The Sword In The Stone by TH White
Howls Mowing Castle by Diana Wynne Jones (and the following two are Castle in the Air and House of many ways).
Lucas by Kevin Brooks
A Gathering Light by Jennifer Donally
Q and A by Vikas Zwarup
The Princess Bride by William Golding
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
Villette by Charlotte Bronte
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
Some I haven't read but I have heard are very good are
The Book Thief by Markus Zuzak
Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden
An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Steven Chobsky
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
The Time Travellers Wife by Audrey Niffeneger
Hope this helps and happy reading.
P.s. Thanks to the other users for some great recommendations.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Try reading the following Authors
VC Andrews - very creepy her most popular is Flowers in The Attic
JK Rowling - Harry Potter, of course is my favourite series of all time and I would recommend it to anyone of any age! You have to read it at least once!
Here are some books from each genre that I liked
The Chronicles of Narnia - CS Lewis
The Lord of The Rings - JRR Tolkein
Inkheart Trilogy - Cornelia Funke
Sookie Stackhouse Novels - Charlaine Harris
His Dark Materials - Phillip Pullman
The Time Travelers Wife - Audrey Niffenegger
The Notebook - Nicholas Sparks
Life of Pi - Yann Martel
The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold
Divisadero - Michael Ondaatje
The English Patient - Michael Ondaatje
In The Skin of A Lion - Michael Ondaatje
Saturday - Ian McEwan
Atonement - Ian McEwan
The Womens Murder Club - James Patterson
Alphabet Series - Sue Grafton
Watchmen - Alan Moore
Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Lewis Caroll
Anna Karenina - Leo Tolstoy
War and Peace - Leo Tolstoy
Great Expectations - Charles Dickens
Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte
Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen
The Little Prince - Antoinne De Sainte Exupery
Marley and Me - John Grogan
Audition - Barbara Walters
The Diary of Anne Frank
My Point... And I Do Have One - Ellen Degeneres
The Funny Thing Is... - Ellen Degeneres
Anything by David Sedaris
Good luck and happy reading!
Hope I helped!
- 1 decade ago
Well, I've always been a really big reader. My favorite books of all time are the Harry Potter novels, which pretty much everyone has read, but I have to say that I never get tired of them, no matter how many times I've read them.
The Lincoln Lawyer, by Michael Connelly, is a great read. It's a mystery novel I really enjoyed.
My favorite books to read are biographys and memoirs, I always find them really interesting. As you might expect, I'm really into wrestling biographies. The books by Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, Eric Bischoff, Ted Dibiase and all three of Mick Foley's were excellent. Batista's book sucked.
I also read Ring of Hell, which is the story of Chris Benoit's life and death, and it was one of the most powerful and compelling books I've ever read. I know that it's sad, but if you're looking for one of the most informative and well researched reads of your life, that's the book for you.
The Death of WCW was great as well. It tells the story of the rise and fall of WCW and all of the key players involved throughout. There's great stories in there about all the controversial moments and stuff that the public didn't know about.
I don't know if you're into sports besides wrestling, but George, the bio of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, was really interesting. The Yankee Years, by Joe Torre was awesome (To quote Frank from LOST: I bleed Yankee blue). Yogi, Yogi Berra's bio, was great as well.
In boxing, I really liked In This Corner by Angelo Dundee. He's the greatest trainer in boxing history and he has some tremendous stories about Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard and much more.
Outside of memoirs, I'm really into the history of Las Vegas at the moment. The Battle for Las Vegas was a terrific book, and so was When the Mob ran Vegas. There's some pretty interesting stuff that went on back then.
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- 1 decade ago
House of The Scorpion- Nancy Farmer( easy Read)
No Country For Old Men
All the Pretty Horses- Cormac McCarthy
The Things They Carried- Tim O'Brien
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- Lauren Elia <3Lv 51 decade ago
Before I day - Jenny Downham (I think)
Scarlett - Cathy Cassidy
Vampire Blood Trilogy - Darren Shan
Ravens Gate - Anthony Horrowitz
Diary of a Crush - Sarra Manning
- olivia .Lv 51 decade ago
jodi picoult she is my absolute favorite:
1 second glance.
2 my sisters keeper
4 the tenth circle
5 nineteen minutes
she has alot more too but thats only to name a few.
richelle mead is great also with her vampire academy books
1 vampire academy
3 shadow kiss
chistopher paolini is AMAZING
ellen Hopkins is great
- 1 decade ago
This is a kind of random book-
but read George Dawson's Biography.
It's called "Life is so Good"
its a great piece of work.
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