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crisissuit3

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#1 8 years ago

I've been looking for a few books to read and most of the books I have on the shelf on the room is mostly historical stuff on George Washington or warhammer. And I look at the book shelf in our entertainment room and notice all the old books that I held dearly. books like Artemis Fowl and Bartemius and I wish to swing back into those kinds of books. So I'm not being picky on what I want to read, I'l be happy with pretty much anything, stuff like sci-fi, fantasy, and even some motivational or books that require some deep thought. also the reason I'm asking is because I'm leaving for a 2 day drive and need something to pass the time...




Radiohead'sThomYorke

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#2 8 years ago

When you come back check out Shogun and Tai-Pan by James Clavell.




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#3 8 years ago
Granyaski VIP Member

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#4 8 years ago

Hmmm I was about to say Artemis Foul....

Perhaps read the harry potter books, I knew I enjoyed them?

for a little documentry type of book try "Chariot of the Gods"(not sure who it's by) Fantastic book trying to say God was an alien but actually has very good evidence. It will blow your mind adn really make you think!




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#5 8 years ago
Radiohead'sThomYorke;5355283When you come back check out Shogun and Tai-Pan by James Clavell.[/QUOTE]
kais246;5355285Roadside Picnic Roadside Picnic (S.F.Masterworks) by Boris Strugatsky, Arkady Strugatsky - 9780575079786 at The Book Depository This is the book STALKER is (loosely) based off of.
[QUOTE=Granyaski;5355294]Hmmm I was about to say Artemis Foul.... Perhaps read the harry potter books, I knew I enjoyed them? for a little documentry type of book try "Chariot of the Gods"(not sure who it's by) Fantastic book trying to say God was an alien but actually has very good evidence. It will blow your mind adn really make you think!

Thanks for the recomendations. Though Chariot of God has really caught my intrest.




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#6 8 years ago

A Clockwork Orange, if you haven't already read it? Haven't gotten the chance to read it myself because of the library of summer reading I have, but I saw it on my friend's bookshelf a few days ago and it looked like something you might enjoy.




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#7 8 years ago

The Keys to the Kingdom series. Maybe the young Bond books if you're into that too.




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#8 8 years ago

Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. It's absolutely fantastic.

You could also try Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke.




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#9 8 years ago

Check out anything written by Michael Crichton. He writes a sci-fi type genre, very well written, gripping..even believable sometimes. Check it ooouuttt




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#10 8 years ago

One book that I definitely recommend is [COLOR=red]The Turn of The Screw[/COLOR]. This work of art is ostensibly a ghost story. As such, this book will certainly inspire deep thought. If that is what you are looking for, you should check out this book.


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