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OK, this was harder than I thought but I have organized the suggestion.

I should apologize if I have some books mixed and they are not grouped in the right genre.

I have added them as comment, please vote.

I suggest we select the genre first then select a book that is available at least to most of the members. So after you voted, I will add another story to select a book or author.

LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 20 Responses Jan 27, 2009

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thanks for the list

for sci-fi, i would put artemis fowl series by eoin colfer

Thanks gothere You are a darling.

Thanks for your work this group will suceed because of it i am sure!

I had voted for not a penny more not a penny less..guess I will just have to wait!

Thanks for the comments, so far I have 2 books in wrong categories:



The Irresistible Revolution – Shane Claiborne / spiritual

Joy of nature should / non-fiction

Has anyone read 'Burnt Toast" by terri hatcher.......about how we as mothers ultimately settle for the burnt toast in life and how we can change that.......

The Irresistible Revolution – Shane Claiborne

(which should probably be in the spiritual section, it is not a "religious" book persay but it is based on how the author thought he should live out his Christian lifestyle...)



The Shack – William P. Young



or the Harry Potter Series



these three would sound good to me...but I am up for whatever...

Great selection Mahsa...thanks for all your work......I'll take a leaf (ha ha !) out of your book and organise the movie group the same way if you dont mind....talk to me on whiteboard

I was just reading about "Three Cups of Tea" this morning.

Greg Mortenson just received the Nobel Peace Prize 3 weeks ago for building schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

I want to add my thanks too! Wonderful idea and I really appreciate your time and effort!

Super job organizing, not too mention thanks for all the time this must have taken you, so really appreciated!!



So voting on a genre, huh?



I am into any kind of reading, but my vote is for spiritual, simply because I want to read 'The Shack' and 'A New Earth.'

Thanks I will change that later.

Thanks for joining.

Thriller / Crime:

Not a penny more not a penny less – Jeffery Archer

Without Remorse – Tom Clancy

Womens Murder Club series – James Patterson

Alex Cross series – James Patterson

Frankenstien – Mary Shelley

The Broker– John Grishom

Spiritual:

The Shack – William P. Young

Eat, Pray, Love – Elizabeth Gilbert

The Power of kabbalah – Yehuda Berg

Advanced Chakra Healing – Cyndi Dale

Energy Ecstasy – Bernard Gunther

Kabbalah and the Power of Dreaming – Catherine Shainberg

The Essential Kabbalah – Daniel C. Matt

Joy of Nature – Reader's Digest

A New Earth – Eckhart Tolle

True Believer – Nicholas Sparks

Victoria Laurie Psychic Investigation books

Dinner with a Perfect Stranger – David Gregory

Sci-fi / Fantasy:

DA-DA-DE-DA-DA Code – Robert Rankin

The Day of the Triffids – John Wyndham

The Road – Cormac McCarthy

The first chronicle (Lord Foul's Bane, The Illearth War, The Power that Preserves) –Stephen Donaldson

The robot series (Caves of Steel, Naked Sun, robots of dawn, robots and empire) – Isaac Asimov

The Colour of Magic – Terry Pratchett

American Gods – Neil Gaiman

Belgariad series – David Eddings

Crystal Palace – Phyllis Eisenstein

Emily Rodda

Poul Anderson

Larry Niven

Nonfiction:

Bravo Two Zero – Andy McNab

The Irresistible Revolution – Shane Claiborne

The Audacity of Hope – Barack Obama

Dreams of My Father – Barack Obama

A Brief History of Time – Stephen W. Hawking

The prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder – Vincent Bugliosi

Three cups of tea – Greg Mortensen and David Oliver Relin

Fiction / Magic:

Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell – Susanna Clarke

Harry Potter Series – J. K. Rowlling

Lord of the Rings – JRR Tolkien

Ann Rice

Fiction / Drama:

The Book Thief – Markus Zusak

Are You Afraid Of the Dark – Sidney Sheldon

Kitchen – Banana Yoshimoto

Plum Spooky – Janet Evanovich

Kim Edwards – Memory keeper’s Daughter

Wednesday Letters – Jason F. Wright

Tami Hoag

Romance:

Every Breath You Take – Judith McNaught

Catch 22 – Joseph Heller

Water for Elephants – Sara Gruen

Zoo Keepers's wife – Diane Ackerman

Jane Austen

Charlotte & Emily Bronte

Kay Hooper

Iris Johanssen