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PostPosted: Tue Jan 25, 2011 5:12 am 
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Enoch Bernard wrote:
The bible! :idea:

For me the best book I have read and still reading this year is the bible. I consider it the best because I learn a lot of principles that guides my life. I will continuously read this book.


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I just finished Evermore by Lynn Viehl last night. Loved it! I am also reading:
1. Her Every Pleasure - Gaelen Foley
2. The Secret Bride - Diane Haeger
3. Dark Needs at Night's Edge - Kresley Cole
A historical romance, a historical fiction, and a PNR. I like a little variety.


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I am reading Persuader by Lee Child. Next, I'll be reading his new novel.

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I'm a huge fan of the Gears of War franchise for xbox 360, so I had my wife send me the books while I was on deployment and ultimately fell in love with them. And so I've been reading the most recent one on my kindle.

It's called Gears of War: Coalitions End by Karen Traviss

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 21, 2011 8:54 am 
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cant say i have read a historical fiction book. Any really good choices from UK writers?


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2011 11:31 pm 
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ustarnovels1 wrote:
cant say i have read a historical fiction book. Any really good choices from UK writers?


Any book by Phillippa Gregory especially those set in Tudor times, perhaps to start with, but they are all very well written. They give a good picture of the tiimes as well as an interesting story.

http://www.philippagregory.com/work/8-t ... rt-novels/

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I'm reading "Tess".


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Reading Star Wars: The Final Prophesyby James Luceno. Really enjoying it.

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"The Ghost" by Robert Harris - first class thriller for holiday reading or long journey and very topical.

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well...........
I am reading the Hunger Games trilogy too. I am impressed by the plots and frames...

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The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett and Robin Lawrie


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The Affair, by Lee Child. A fast paced mystery.


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Reading some very old books from F. Van Wyck Mason. Finished Wild Drums Beat, and now reading The Young Titan. Still excellent reading.

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