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Looking for some new material to read, just curious what some of your favorites are!
TheDarkTower TheDarkTower 31-35, M 12 Answers Mar 13, 2012

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Gone series by Michele Grant and My ABOSOLUTE favorite is twilig....jk lol no. its The Thirst series by Christoper Pike :)

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Oh Sorry i didnt read the whole question i got excited lol pretend the other book title is by a different person. lol

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The Thirst... is that what HBO's "True Blood" is based off of?

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No it's something totally different. He made it back in the 1990s or 80s or something but updated the covers. Great series to invest in. The summery does not give it justice.

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Horror: The Stand by Stephen King, Fantasy: The Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind, Sci fi: No idea

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Good choices, read them. ;D

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I nod my head to you then. I assume you've read the Dark Tower series as well?

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Yes indeed. Looking forward to the new book coming out next month ;)

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Oh man me too. I run out of books too much lol

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I'm not sure if anybody will agree but I really loved the whole "Dresden Files" series, they are kind of cheesy but I found myself laughing out loud while reading them. The character is so jaded yet still trys to do his best to help out. and Jim Butcher does a great job with getting you to really care about all the characters in the story, and there are many of them. definitely worth checking out and should be considered light reading. there are 16 books so far and it's Much better than the show on Scifi was!



Enders game was also and amazing book!

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Horror- the stand by Stephen king

Fantasy- Game of thrones George R Martin

Sci-Fi - Old 80's DR WHO books



Bit obvious but ah well

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I'm not sure how I feel about Game of Thrones, I thought it was a great series but It killed me how the story plays out for all my favorite characters! But It's very well done once you get passed the slow parts.

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Sci Fi---The Lathe of Heaven, Ursula K LeGuin

Fantasy---Lord of the Rings, JRR Tolkien

Horror---The Turn of the Screw, Henry James

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Robert A. Heinlein

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Books are for idiots.

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Really? Then what's for non-idiots?

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