I loved the Game of Thrones series. I wish the author would finish the series!!! So many threads to keep track of, they are all-engrossing books.
At the moment I'm alternating reading books from two different series which I'm finding highly addictive:
The Rivers of London series by Ben Aaronovitch (I'm reading 5 of 5 books)
The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan (I've read 2 of 14) - think cross between Game of Thrones and Harry Potter.
The best book I've read in the last few months would have to be The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman - a beautiful but heartbreaking story. I just had to keep reading to find out how it ended.
I also loved Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantell. Gotta love a good historical fiction. The second book Bringing Up the Bodies wasn't quite as good but I'm still looking forward to the third instalment when it's eventually released.
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18-03-2015 07:20 #62
Shantaram (Gregory Roberts), Papillon (Henri Charriere), Wuthering Heights (Emily Bronte), Cujo (Stephen King) have all had me hooked. I also read the Hunger Games trilogy in less than a week because it was easy and a cracking story. But the first 4 are ones I really adored.
18-03-2015 08:27 #63
Off topic again. Im seeing so many good books maybe you guys could recommend me one to start after I finish "The Water Diviner". I need something that I won't want to put down but that when I do (which is alot lol) I can pick it up and not have to go back a page to catch up to where I was again lol. So easy but good reading yeah? Anyway back to topic another one I couldn't put down was a Rizzoli and Isles book. Cant remember the name but it was waaay before they were on TV.
18-03-2015 08:37 #64
I really liked the mortal instruments series by Cassandra Clare and then the Infernal Devices series by the same author. I think it's marketed more to young adults but it's my favourite genre and it was easy reading. I read the mortal instruments series in a week and the infernal devices series in 4 days (these 4 days were baby free)
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18-03-2015 10:10 #67
Not sure if anyone has mentioned it yet, but Still Alice was a great read. I couldn't put it down and read it in 1 night.
18-03-2015 10:41 #68
What's a book you couldn't put down?
Another one that loves Bryce Courtney books especially Jessica and the one about his son (was it April fools day)
I used to love all of Patricia Cornwell's books about Kay scarpetta but haven't liked the last few ones.
Love true life crime books even though I cry whilst reading half of them.
In the middle of reading Get well soon, really enjoying it.
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