Books recommendations anyone?

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Books recommendations anyone?

SXEKAT SXEKAT
I'm a book worm. I love books and I'm already done with my November stash and was hoping if anyone could drop some titles? Can be anything, adult fantasy, adventure horror mystery, true storys anything and this doesn't have to be for me drop a title you think someone might be interested in. Either way I want me some books titles so lay it on me.

Anyone up on some good books I recommend.
Angelology,and rainmaker...I'd give out more titles but my memory is a bit fuzzy and plus the rest are all teen books.....which is why im looking for new titles to get rid of them.
11/14/2010
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Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
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Originally posted by SXEKAT
I'm a book worm. I love books and I'm already done with my November stash and was hoping if anyone could drop some titles? Can be anything, adult fantasy, adventure horror mystery, true storys anything and this doesn't have to be for me ...
I love David Gemmell books, he wrote Fantasy books. No elfs, no fluffy crap, just good Fantasy.

I would suggest Waylander (kinda a dark hero) or Druss (More of a Epic Hero, good guy type)
11/14/2010
Emma (Girl With Fire) Emma (Girl With Fire)
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Originally posted by Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
I love David Gemmell books, he wrote Fantasy books. No elfs, no fluffy crap, just good Fantasy.

I would suggest Waylander (kinda a dark hero) or Druss (More of a Epic Hero, good guy type)
Theres also Neil Gaiman, My fav by him is American Gods. And Robin Hobb for some piratey, dragony fun. I really love the K.J Parker series. So far both the Engineer trilogy and the Scavenger trilogy have been good.

I would highly suggest reading the book Lullabies for Little Criminals, it is really sad but an fantastic read. Also Geek Love which is one of my fav books of all time.
11/14/2010
ToyGeek ToyGeek
Author recs: Lois McMaster Bujold (sci-fi), Terry Pratchett (humorous fantasy), Larry Niven (sci-fi), Anne McCaffrey (sci-fi), Suzanne Collins (sci-fi).
11/15/2010
bzzingbee bzzingbee
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Originally posted by Emma (Girl With Fire)
Theres also Neil Gaiman, My fav by him is American Gods. And Robin Hobb for some piratey, dragony fun. I really love the K.J Parker series. So far both the Engineer trilogy and the Scavenger trilogy have been good.

I would highly suggest ...
American Gods is great! I loved Neverwhere too. Robin McKinley's Sunshine is great (my favorite of her books) but her others are pretty great too. For more adult matter, I like Laurel Hamilton. She has a fairy series and a zombie/vampire series, but they are usually loaded with great story, lots of sexy situations, and violence/fighting. That makes them sound crazy violent but they aren't!
11/15/2010
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
The Little Goddess Series by Amy Lane.
11/15/2010
Envy Envy
I am reading Plague of The Dead right now, and soon after that, FEED (book 1). If you like the Aliens and Predator series, there are a lot of good books there if you know where to look. There's also His Dark Materials trilogy, with The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife, and the Amber Spyglass.
11/15/2010
SXEKAT SXEKAT
Awesome titles people i will definitely look them up when i get my check.

Also I recommend "The perks of being a wallflower" it give the point of view of a young teen writing to you the reader about his life yeah its teen but its a good read.
11/15/2010
Emma (Girl With Fire) Emma (Girl With Fire)
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Originally posted by ToyGeek
Author recs: Lois McMaster Bujold (sci-fi), Terry Pratchett (humorous fantasy), Larry Niven (sci-fi), Anne McCaffrey (sci-fi), Suzanne Collins (sci-fi).
Terry Pratchett is great.
11/15/2010
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