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The art of detection Laurie R King :stars3:
The passage, Justine Cronin :stars4:
For those who haven't seen the adaptation with Colin Firth you absolutely MUST see this!!! It's one of my favourite movies/mini series of all...
If you want something similar to Feist, try Robert Jordan's eye of the world series.
Jane Austen's books are all of a similar vein. She was very interested in the lives of women - that is, that they didn't have many options, other...
I love Jane Austen, but I always think of P & P as chick lit for its time.
The lying tongue, Andrew Wilson :stars3:
Now there's a reality tv show in the making!! NCIS for libraries.
Read Hyperion by Dan Simmons that Anamnesis suggested. Definitely was not a genre I would usually read and great suggestion. I'm going to read...
OKaaaaay I can see the literary merits of this book. I can see that it's written well, the plot keeps you going and of course there's a twist at...
Hyperion, Dan Simmons :stars4:
The wasp factory, Iain Banks :stars2:
King made it a real character of the book, and in the end, appreciated. I liked that touch.
I completely agree with you, and she has a finely...
what sort of genre do you like to read?
What do you think of Laurie R King's Sherlock series? Personally I love them. I find myself immersed and I've found that as the series has gone...
Oh I feel for you!! Nothing worse when you've left your current read somewhere. Almost like leaving a family member behind.
Promises to keep, Jane Green :stars3:
No haven't read Kraken as yet. So far Perdido street station and King rat. I will definitely be endeavouring to read all his written works thus...
awaiting it from the library........
The Gabriel hounds, Mary Stewart :stars3:
Great book. Definitely up there as one of the best for 2010! Very different to Perdido street station and I think testament to how good a writer...
The city and the city, China Mieville :stars5:
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