such a young age my mother would always have to buy me new books every month since I was a fast reader to the point she was over buying me new books so she got me a library card so I could get as much books as I would like without spending so much money.
do you think will go down in history as one of the best of our generation that topped that inmortal status and will become a boring classic for the high school school students of the future? It's hard because of historical limitations, but what are your thoughts?
I love reading a book and the passion enkindled after I lost my left eye vision to WMD in 2004. My interests are Literary Classics, Management, and more recently science. I saw myself as abnormal while others around loved to see movies...
I've alway's loved to read going back to my childhood. Reading take's me somewhere else. Since I really don't travel, I travel in my book's. In my book's I am a normal person not suffering from any issue's I have today. James Patterson is my #1 author. Iris Johanson is #2. I love...
They bring me to the world wide, and introduce me to the great story. They never blame me when I forget the tale that they tell me. I just read it again. They're silent and kind, but fun and adventurous. So now, I can't wait to read.
smith's lensman series.
For those who liked Buffy and Harry potter I recommend Jim butchers Dresden files.
For those who love the Internet and maybe wonder what's next I suggest John brunner's shockwave rider
Hope you find them enjoyable, if you can find them
Hi all I'd just like to write a little about the author Dean Koontz. he is one of my favourite writers at the moment mainly because his characters are all so human and believable.
One of the best things about Dean is that his tales are intricate but always very well plotted out...