Yeah dean Koontz is great. I read one of books about a guy and a woman being woke in the middle of the night. The guy can't shake the feeling that there's something massive in the clouds over his house. Next day the news is reporting blood coloured waterspouts popping up all over the globe. Theyre getting filmed from helicopters and planes. Then the world really goes to hell. I dunno if you've read it but it stuck in my mind. Like the odd thomas books as well and Stephen King. Dunno who's better. Others I like are sven hassel and Andy mcnab. Not really for women those authors though. I just finished war and peace. Getting through the thing is a battle in itself lol
I'm still enchanted. But have had to take a hiatus. Been far too mind focused. Doing lots of physical conditioning lately, for the sake of my well being :) Dostoevsky was most life changing all those years ago. Generally I like books on spirituality, alternative health practices, any books that deal with the deeper meaning in life. I've just finished reading Kafka on the Shore. And I have a book on Tibetan Yoga that I've been meaning to read for a while. I also keep meaning to read Goethe Faust properly :)
I don't read that much.. But my favorite genre is mistery/crime/suspense! My favorite one is The Da Vinci Code. Had me excited for days ( I actually didn't want it to end so I was taking my time with it ahhahha) Anyone has any similar ones to this one? :D Thanks
Sure am... love sitting beside the fireplace in the winter and reading my latest haul from Indigo. In the summer it's out on the veranda in my hammock. I can't hit the hay until I have read a chapter or two.
I prefer suspense/thrillers... books that make you think and are not just a story, however I do like the occasional biography too.
I recently regained my love for reading all thanks to my interest in politics and economics. Since my university is very Liberal it inspired me to read Conservative writers as well in order to get a balanced perspective.
Mines more of post apocalypse Or crime and mysteries Like Dan Brown or Baldacci are two of my fav authors Kinda ironic because I'm reading a clash of kings now (Game of thrones series) and that's not what I ussually go for but hey they're pretty good
I love anything about love, heartbreak, depression, abuse (always interested to read more about, breaks my dang heart though, especially on the true stories), dystopian, or fantasy. I also like certain thrillers and crime novels, but most of them are too dry to catch my interest.
The biggest exception is The Patrick Bowers Files by Steven James. I definitely got wrapped up in that series. I loved the characters and the criminals were very interesting, the writing was amaazing (in my opinion), and the pacing was great. Normally not my cup of tea, but it's one of my favorite series!
I started reading at a very young age. And I think my parents read to me before I could even walk :P I've grown up with a book in my hand, and that will never change.
I will always love books. Science fiction books, teen fiction and fiction books. Books are the only thing that let me go to another world. Books are the only thing that are always there when I need them. Books are the only thing that make you forget about everything. Books are the only thing that will always be your friends. Books are the only thing that let you travel. Books are the only thing that give you a taste of every kind of experience. Books are the only thing that understand you. 📚= <3
Yes, I love reading books still. I voted for fantasy, since I am reading the third book in the DarkGlass series. But I love horror, historical fiction, a little romance (like Pride & Prejudice, Jane Eyre, Emma, Wuthering Heights etc.) and on occasion biographies.
I <3 books sighhh I'm a romance gal, but I can't live without fantasy books and I love to read and write erotica. I also like inspirational books every now again (too many at once makes my brain go numb).
Am I the only one that can't get enough of educational books? Fiction just doesn't appeal to me anymore. Nowadays I feel like I'd choose to learn about bodily functions over a fictitious story any day.
I love reading!! Some of my favorite genres are romance/erotic, mystery, paranormal, psychological/abuse and suspense.