Can Anyone Please Tell Me Good Books To Read?

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Jacquelyn Mathis Profile
If you like to sit on the edge of your seat, I would suggest Stephen King, any one of his books are good, and they are very good for using your imagination. If that isn't your cup of tea, there is always Twain, and his many works, and shakespeare. Hope this helps.
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Hera Kalaydjian
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haha yea i should start doing that..thanks =)
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I like Windy very much!
beth johnstone Profile
beth johnstone answered
there is a set of books called the invisible detective  they are amazing
 
also "a child called it" is good its about a true story about a boy who gets abused by his mum its horrible his mum burnes him and makes him eat poo and stuff!  there are three books in that series there so sad!!!!
 
 
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Laurell k Hamilton's books are great the first in the series is guilty pleasures and kim harrison is good her first is dead witch walking jennifer armintrout is good but sometimes hard to find depending on where you live her first book is blood ties book 1 the turning i also liked crank and go ask alice was sad it depends on what you like to read bout
Denise Knutter Profile
Denise Knutter answered
I just finished the book called The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch.  It is non-fiction and a true story.  It's not that big but loved every page ot it and it only took me two hours to read but then again once I start reading, I don't move unless there is a fire!  Other than that, Stephen King novel, Patricia Cornwell, Dean Koontz, Danielle Steele, James Patterson are all good contemporay authors. Oh, I can't leave out Nicholas Sparks or Mary Higgens-Clark, or John Grisham.
Anonymous Profile
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I like Anthony Horowitz's books
T M Profile
T M answered
The Immortal, The Other Boleyn Girl, the Stolen Child, the Kite Runner
Anonymous Profile
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Have you read 90 minutes in heaven? Really good book . True story by don piper
Dawn Sutherland Profile
Dawn Sutherland answered
I find Stephen King books to be very interesting, he is such an awesome writer.  Hope you find a book that you like.
Nick Profile
Nick answered
I'm not much of a readed but I read Mario Puzo's Omerta. Its was good if you like godfather stylish book/movies. Catch Me if you can was good but extremely similar to the movie.
Milan Vyas Profile
Milan Vyas answered
Well you can read "falls of inspiration" "wings of fire" "you can win" "my keimph" "sack the ceo" "dhirubhaism"
thank you,
milan
Christy DeVinaspre Profile
Suspense books: James Patterson is excellent and a quick read the way he formats his writing.

Other Suspense authors:
Harlon Coben
Greg Isles

Romance, light suspense
Nora Roberts
Alex s Profile
Alex s answered
So many books, so little time. Some that I have read are Peaches by Jodi Lynn Anderson, Eggs by Jerry Spinelli, Flipped by wendelin Van Draanen, Dracula by Bram Stoker, The Perfect Cut by Julie Burtinshaw, Out of the dust, The Season by Sarah MacLean, Tangerine by Edward Bloor, Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen, The Chronciles of Vladimir Tod by Heather Brewer, Star Girl, Dead is the new black, and Hatchet By Gary Paulsen. Some that I plan to read are The Transall Saga by Gary Paulsen, Walk to moons, Chasing Red Bird, Ruby Holler, and The Wanderer by Sharon Creech, A Girl named disaster by Nancy Farmer, Lord Of the Flies by William Colling, A day no pigs would die by Robert Newton Peck, The Hunger games, House of the Scorpian by Nancy Farmer, And Island of the blue dolphins by Scott O'dell. I hope that helps. =]
Anonymous Profile
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Try some books by Terry Goodkind, Christopher Paolini, or, if you don't mind being scared, Joseph Delaney. They are all good authors, but it really depends on your favourite kind of genre
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V for Vendetta, or something by either Bakunin or Chomsky. Really interesting and thought provoking.

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I like Enid Blyton's malory towers books there are 6 books in the series: First term second form third year upper fourth in the fith and last term. It's a boarding school book with tricks to play on teachers hope you like it

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