What's the best non-erotica book you've read lately?

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What's the best non-erotica book you've read lately?

Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
Fiction or non-fiction, doesn't matter, I'm open to suggestions.
07/18/2011
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Wild Orchid Wild Orchid
Non-fiction:
Sex at Dawn
Bad Science

Fiction:
a book by a Polish fantasy writer that hasn't been translated yet. (Jesli jest tu ktos z Polski to "Zalatwiaczka" Mileny Wójtowicz")
Jacqueline Carey Kushiel's series
07/19/2011
Ivy Wilde Ivy Wilde
Fiction:

I really like Jennifer Crusie's "Bet Me" and "Faking It". Just finished re-reading "Bet Me". You can see a list of what Sci Fi/Fantasy books I would recommend on this thread. link
07/19/2011
married with children married with children
glenn beck's "Common Sense" is really good.
07/19/2011
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
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Originally posted by married with children
glenn beck's "Common Sense" is really good.
Not even if every other book on earth crumbled to dust.
07/19/2011
Kayla Kayla
Sex-related but not an erotica book. Last really good one I read was "I Love Female Orgasm" which is a really nice look at the female orgasm.
07/19/2011
toxie m toxie m
I'm currently working my way through House of Leaves and it is super crazy and good. And lonnnnng. But worth it.
07/20/2011
AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
I've started the Sookie Stackhouse book series. On the first one still "Dead Till Dawn"
07/22/2011
darthkitt3n darthkitt3n
I've been reading Sense and Sensibility and Seamonsters. It's pretty good, though I have no idea how it compares to the original Sense and Sensibility.
07/22/2011
Avant-garde Avant-garde
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Originally posted by Petite Valentine
Not even if every other book on earth crumbled to dust.
Agreed

I have been reading "Confessions of a Buddhist atheist" on and off lately.
07/22/2011
padmeamidala padmeamidala
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Originally posted by Petite Valentine
Fiction or non-fiction, doesn't matter, I'm open to suggestions.
The Time Traveler's wife was a really great book!
07/22/2011
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
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Originally posted by padmeamidala
The Time Traveler's wife was a really great book!
I saw the movie, and while I liked it, I don't know if I could stand to read the book knowing what I know. Did you see the movie?
07/22/2011
JRabbits JRabbits
The most recent book, non-erotica, that I've really enjoyed was "Temptation of A Highland Scoundrel" by Sue-Ellen Welfonder. It was pretty awesome.
07/28/2011
JRabbits JRabbits
Quote:
Originally posted by Ivy Wilde
Fiction:

I really like Jennifer Crusie's "Bet Me" and "Faking It". Just finished re-reading "Bet Me". You can see a list of what Sci Fi/Fantasy books I would recommend on this thread. link ...
I love Jennifer Crusie! Have your read "Getting Rid of Bradley?"
07/28/2011
Kinkypixie Kinkypixie
I have always loved Ellen Hopkins. All of her books are written in poetry and pages have designs. Once she was talking about a tree and the text on the tree was in the shape of a tree. The books normally the point of view of a single teen but I have read a couple books that was from the point of view of 2-3 teens. The stories are about serious topics like drugs, sex, prostitution, and rape and how the teens and their families are affected. They are amazing books and I would recommend them highly!
08/08/2011
EJ EJ
An Echo in the Bone by Diana Gabaldon (seventh book in the Outlander series). I've really enjoyed most of her books from this series, though it took me a long time to get through some of them. There's a good bit of Scottish, some French and English, and a ton of American Revolutionary War history involved.
08/14/2011
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