Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by Messy Marj, Feb 15, 2008.
I have no idea how my post ended up in here. :|
Hell's Corner by David Baldacci
Catherine Coulter: Double Take - This is my second book from Catherine Coulter's Suspense Thrillers and I don't like it.
Dean Koontz: The Mask - This is a good one. It gave me goosebumps!
Barbara Taylor Ford: The Triumph of Katie Bryne - Predictable
Tess Gerritsen: The Surgeon - Pure genius
I'm about to read The Apprentice by Tess Gerritsen! Excited!
God I love that guy.
Authentic Happiness - Martin Seligman
I find positive psychology an interesting subject, I'm sure the field will soon expand.
Currently reading Cell by Stephen King. Also planning on reading The Shining when I'm finished
The Walking Dead: Volume 2 - "Miles Behind Us"
Cell and The Walking Dead, great stuff. (Excluding the actual Walking Dead novels, they suck)
The End of Everything by Megan Abbot
Kiss Me, Judas by Will Christopher Baer
Cell is one of my favorite Stephen King works.
I'm currently on The Twelve by Justin Cronin, sequel to The Passage. Really good post-apocalyptic stuff.
I don't see why someone would read the novel when the comic book is available.
The Racketeer by John Grisham
Because the books tell back stories not in the comics, but still set in the comic universe.
It's just they are horribly written and the plot elements are contrived. O_O
right now I'm reading Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler,, and I really need to finish it, cause I read it almost a year, and still finish it yet -_-
nice read bro (y)
Zom-B by Darren Shan, its really good. Currently reading the second one. They're really short though, which is a downside. 224 pages .
Diary and Rant both by Chuck Palahniuk.
I just finished reading Peter Robinson's Piece of My Heart. I like it. I like the way Peter Robinson writes suspense novel because the words that he used are simple and easily to understand - not complicated. Right now, I'm going to start Strange Affair with the same author. If you're into suspense, give this author a try even Stephen King recommended him!
I will try to read it,, even I didn't like novel at all the only novel that I like is from Dan Brown., it's blown mind, the author invite us to join on his imagination (y)
The Knife Of Never Letting Go, this is some weird shit for a 'young adult' book.
American Gods by Neil Gaiman.
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