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    Quote Originally Posted by CazGotHam View Post
    Anyone recommend a really awesome horror book?
    The Exorcist! Friggin awesome I couldn't put it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CazGotHam View Post

    Anyone else read it? I'm a horror fan.

    Anyone recommend a really awesome horror book?
    I'm a big horror fan too. Have about 80% of stephen kings books. One of his later ones Cell, is really good. I couldn't put it down, the first 100 pages are fantastic. But Salem's Lot is my fav king book. Needful Things and Carrie are good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmyN View Post
    Bit of a dull read those ones. Even though they are the bestsellers of all time!



    I know! Have you seen the movie?? I cannot believe how completely they changed the ending! I was absolutely dumbfounded and can't believe any author would actually agree to that!!
    I haven't seen the movie, because I heard it was just too different. Apparently the author didn't get to agree, once she sold the rights, it was out of her hands. disappointing, though.

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    I have so many & they are all different varieties of writing.
    They didnt really change my life reading these books. But they were seriously a great read.
    Although My sisters Keeper is inspirational. I cried & cried in the book.

    My favourites of many are:

    Jean M. Auel - Clan of the Cave Bears Series
    Wilbur Smith – 1st Courtney Series (When the lions feed etc)
    Jodi Picoult – My sisters Keeper
    Virgina Andrews – Flowers in the attic Series
    Isobelle Carmondy – Obernewtyn Chronicles
    Justin Cronin – The Passage
    Stephanie Meyer – Twiglight Series
    J.K Rowlings – Harry Potter Series

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    Quote Originally Posted by CazGotHam View Post
    I'm not a big reader

    Loved the Twilight series

    I LOVED the book "From the Corner of His Eye" by Dean Koontz.

    Anyone else read it? I'm a horror fan.

    Anyone recommend a really awesome horror book?

    Oh I loved "From the Corner of His Eye"..

    Can't think of any horror books to recommend at the moment, although I used to love John Saul. I really enjoyed reading all of Dean's "Odd" books as well "Odd Thomas" etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CazGotHam View Post
    I'm not a big reader

    Loved the Twilight series

    I LOVED the book "From the Corner of His Eye" by Dean Koontz.

    Anyone else read it? I'm a horror fan.

    Anyone recommend a really awesome horror book?
    Dean Koontz - The Taking

    Not gruesome horror or anything, but I read this book almost 6 years ago and I still catch myself thinking about it when it starts to rain

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    Awesome thread! I'm always looking for ideas of what to read next. I hardly get any good quality reading time these days, so I refuse to waste my time on average books - if they don't grab me in the first 20 pages, I ditch them

    I *love* The Time Travellers Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. Have read it about 10 times, & it makes me cry every time (and I'm not usually very emotional) Hated the movie though, it was all kinds of wrong.

    I've just read my DDs The Faraway Tree & The Adevntures of the Wishing Chair books by Enid Blyton - I *loved* those when I was a kid. It's good to have an excuse to delve back into my childhood favourites!

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    "We need to talk about Kevin" by Lionel Shriver is an interesting read. A bit hard to get into at the start but def worth sticking with.


 

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