Also I have some visual novels I need to get around to reading too. Manga at the moment though I have not got anything that sparks my tastes sadly a lot of the great ones ended like Attack on Titan.
Wow! You seem like an avid reader. Awesome choices 🙌🏼
Avid reader and writer, inspiring to become a published writer. :)
What’s your favorite genre? In books, I mean
@WonderBell99 Thriller for sure
Run by Olsen is a good one. One of my favorites. You have some great recommendations.
@WonderBell99 Ain't finish it yet but that's a good sign most of these are what I am reading so I don't know if they are all good nor would I recommend them yet but they sparked enough interest for me to read them. Apart from The Book Thief, and The Exorcist those two I would recommend because I have finished them just reading again they are great. Along with the shinning though I am not reading that again. Friendly fwi if one goes to read The Exorcist there is parts of the book in Latin that one will not understand that's when it comes to the exorcism part though I've never bothered to try figure out what those words were because it didn't hurt the experience. The tone to the book is much different to the film because it never actually confirms if she was possessed unlike the film which is why it's far better in my opinion and the ending very much makes that a clear point.
I’d recommend “The Last Thing She Did” by Gregg Olsen. It’s a good read if you like psychological thrillers. A lot of his books are amazing. Thank you for the recommendations. I haven’t checked them out yet, but I will once my finals are over (it ends on 7th June😭). My dad loves The Exorcist (movie). One of his favorites horror movies when he was a kid. I’ll give the book a go first though.
Although, an important point to note - In the book, “The Last Thing She Did” I was a little disappointed by the ending. I was expecting the ending to be more thrilling and something more solid.. I don’t want to ruin the book for you, but the novel as a whole, from the start was very intriguing. Some of the characters are very unlikeable and you’ll hate some of them.. lol, but that’s one of the reasons why I love Olsen’s style of writing. Give this a go when you’re finished with the other books. (=
@WonderBell99 haha might have to argue with your father on that. Will check that one out if I do like Run after it's done.
@Kaneki05 haha, hope you like the book! (=
Very interesting reads. I didn’t read either of them but I heard House of Leaves is terrifying. How true is that statement?
Not very, so far, but I'm not far into it.
These are my favorite!!! I never liked Harry Potter but Lord of the Rings I absolutely loved. Enjoy them! Movies are good too
Yay! Most helpful girl ✨
Oh wow,, thats a lot of books but good for you
I love to read, it’s my favourite hobby second to religious activities
Cool! Enjoy it
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That was the whole title of the book actually
Oh it’s one book? lol my bad
Yup, one book and you're good man. I can see how it looked like that. Verbatim put the title in the way it appears
No worries, interesting selections
Good for you
Wow, very interesting
Never heard of it but very interesting title
set in early 1900's and follows the childhood of a girl (Francie) and her family through poverty and death etc, it's really beautiful
Brooklyn during that period was a wild place.. definitely very interesting
What’s the book if you don’t mind sharing?
It’s called Pearls, but I don’t think it’s translated to other languages yet, it was published a few months ago.
Oh okay, thanks though.
Thanks for the recommendations,, I will definitely look into them
What’s the title
I think it's just called, "The Monkees". It's all about how they became a group, all the records and t. v. shows they did, who played what at each recording session and stuff like that.About a year ago I bought a book right here at my foot called, "Psychedelia: 101 iconic underground rock albums 1966-1970". I blew right through that one in about 2 weeks!
Thanks for sharing 🙌🏼
Scarlet** Only 1 't' soz
I hear you man, too many books very little time
What is it?
It is an autobiography by Fox news personality Tyrus.
Nice! Do you read physical books or do you listen to them
I do both now as an experiment. I love to read but never listened to an audiobook because I always forget stuff because I can't anything but when I read I just remember. So the experience is new and quite nice.
*can’t remember anything
I agree but I feel like with audiobooks, it’s easier to finish much more books. I didn’t try any audiobook service just yet. Reading is much more enjoyable for sure
Oh, I don't have a subscription for audiobooks. I just bought one to try out if I would like to continue liking audiobooks.