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kch8021
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I love Uncle John's Bathroom Readers! Especially the ones that Plunge into History and Great Lives.

I have also enjoyed Lamb by Christopher Moore, but couldn't get into his other books.

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I find Bill Bryson good for a belly-deep chuckle, too.

Jeffrey Deaver is my all time favourite mystery writer. His novels are excellent [A Maiden's Grave is still one of my all time best picks, can't quantify why] but if you can get your hands on a copy of his short stories, "Twisted" you won't be disappointed. Usually short stories fall into the huh?wha? category, but I enjoyed every single one!!

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smartymarty66
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Julian May's "The Exile Series". It combines both science fiction and celtic mythology beautifully.
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Originally posted by smartymarty66:
Julian May's "The Exile Series". It combines both science fiction and celtic mythology beautifully.

I preferred her Galactic Milieu series. It takes place either six million years after the Saga of the Exiles or fifty years before, depending how you look at it.

ETA: Also, the Axis Trilogy by Sara Douglas is definitely worth a read.

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I can narrow it down to two:

The Prestige - Christopher Priest

The Napoleon of Notting Hill - GK Chesterton

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I'm a Dean Koontz nut, so mostly everything he's written. Also like John Grisham.

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Menolly
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quote:
Originally posted by kch8021:
I love Uncle John's Bathroom Readers! Especially the ones that Plunge ~Snip~

Welcome to the board, kch8021! And, I got a chuckle out of this, thanks.

Men"love those dual purpose books"olly

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I have not read this, but I just found it in our library, and it sounds good: " The Merry wives of Wapping, or, The Seaman's wives clubb [electronic resource] : each one her husbands absence doth bemoan, complaining they are forc'd to lye alone, and that they want what other women have, although they married are to seamen brave, at length being flasht with brisk reviving brandy, their sorrows melt away like sugar candy : to the tune of The country m[i]ss, or, The plowmans prophesie."

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smartymarty66
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quote:
Originally posted by Em:
quote:
Originally posted by smartymarty66:
Julian May's "The Exile Series". It combines both science fiction and celtic mythology beautifully.

I preferred her Galactic Milieu series. It takes place either six million years after the Saga of the Exiles or fifty years before, depending how you look at it.

ETA: Also, the Axis Trilogy by Sara Douglas is definitely worth a read.

I loved the Galactic Milieu series as well. I just think of them as an extension of the first series. And I think Marc is a hottie.
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One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriela Garcia Marquez

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my favourite book is "White Oleander", just because it's extremely well-written. wonderful descriptions and metaphors without being overly flowery or dragging down the storyline, and the story itself is really good. there's also a movie version of it, but the book is better b/c it's like an extended version of the movie, with all the exciting parts left in it.
my other favourite, while not a book really but a play, is "no exit" by jean paul sartre. it's just twisted and doesn't make death seem like all angels and happiness for the deceased or the living.

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Darth Credence
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My favorite is The Stand by Stephen King. Long, but well worth it.
If you like fantasy, the George R.R. Martin series A Song of Ice and Fire is, IMO, the best epic fantasy in progress right now.
I also like most of Jeffrey Deaver's work, John Sandford's stuff (I prefer the Kidd novels to the Prey novels, but both are great), and Richard Stark/Donald Westlake for crime/mystery.
For sci-fi, try anything by Timothy Zahn, especially his Star Wars novels.
And for horror, Robert McCammon and Stephen King are as good as it gets.
I could make a list of about a hundred more books, but I'll stop with those.

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Oh, for fantasy, possibly the best fantasy novel I've read is Magician by Raymond E. Feist - an intriguing mix of a traditional Medieval society and ancient China. The next two books in the trilogy aren't bad, but not as good as the first, and the rest of the series is fun, but not particularly noteworthy.

There's also a spin-off trilogy co-written with Janny Wurts which is well worth reading, although the end is the most literal and appaling deus ex machina that I've ever read. Worth it despite that.

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Diana H
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Some of my favorites:

The Talisman by Stephen King and Peter Straub

The Heart is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien

The Dark Towers series by Stephen King

Weaveworld by Clive Barker

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Hmm, I also loved 1984. The Green Mile by Stephen King was fantastic.

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I'll try The Time Travellers Wife then. I am begining to see that Snopers have Very God Taste
That reminds me, the bible is a good read, fiction or not. [fish]

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AdmiralDinty
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I don't know about the very best, but here are a few that stand out in my mind

Trinity - Leon Uris

David Copperfield - Charles Dickens

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy - Tolkien

The Stand - Stephen King

It - Stephen King

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InfraPurple
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I would be hard pressed to say "This is the best book I've ever read." but here are some of my favorites.

The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
Starship Troopers
Job: A Comedy of Justice
The Door Into Summer
By Robert Heinlein.

The Heechee saga by Frederick Pohl.

Footfall, Baby Elephants on paper airplanes, forsooth!
The Mote in God's Eye
By Niven & Pournelle. Niven also has a book out called N Space, with a couple of good short stories in in, The Fourth Profession and Inconstant Moon.

The Parafaith War, L.E. Modesitt, Jr.

There's more, and when I can remember them I'll post again.

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Signora Del Drago
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quote:
Originally posted by Frog_Feathers:
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt. I love that book. Please, don't judge it by the movie.

There's a military autobiography called Last Man Out by James E. Parker Jr about his time in Vietnam.

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is an excellent choice. I might add, please don't judge any book by the movie!

Charlie Mike and The Expendables by Leonard Scott are very good fiction about the Vietnam experience, as is Up Country by Nelson DeMille.
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It is impossible to name one favorite book, but here are a few of my choices:
The Fantasy Worlds of Peter Beagle-Peter Beagle
A Confederacy of Dunces-John Kennedy Toole
Trinity-Leon Uris
Cathedral-Nelson DeMille
The Stand-Stephen King
Angela's Ashes-Frank McCourt
Insomnia-Stephen King
The Talisman-Stephen King and Peter Straub
The Grapes of Wrath-John Steinbeck
The Feast of All Saints-Anne Rice (not her usual fare)
Stones from the River-Ursula Hegi
Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man-Fannie Flagg
Most anything by Nelson DeMille

Signora Del "There are so many more." Drago

PeeEss~Got to add just one more:
Gone South-Robert McCammon
Somebody, please stop me! [fish]

ETA: OMG! You didn't stop me. This will be the last one, I promise. How could I have forgotten this one?
Beach Music-Pat Conroy

Thank you, and good day! [Big Grin]

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Candide by Voltaire.

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shifty rob
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Science Fiction- Dune, Ender's Game, The Deep Range (Frank Herbert)
End of the World- The Stand, Lucifer's Hammer
Escapism- Papillon (Henri Charriere)
Classic- Moby Dick, Tom Sawyer, Captains Courageous
Humor- Double Whammy (Carl Hiasson)
Other- The Great Santini (Pat Conroy), The Outsiders (S.E. Hinton)

edited because the thread title requires us to pick one; I pick "Dune".

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DadOf3
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quote:
Originally posted by Little Pink Pill:
I can't really name my all time favorite, but I loved all the James Herriot books. He was a vet in the Yorkshire Dales from the 40's on, and saw the transition from traditional to modern medicine first hand. A funny, entertaining author. All Things Bright and Beautiful is the one to start with.

I loved those books too, Little Pink Pill, but I think the first one written was actually All Creatures Great and Small. As it happes though, the first one I read was All Things Bright and Beautiful.

My favourites:
Science Fiction:
Isaac Asimov - just about anything, but especially his robot novels and the Foundation series
Robert Heinlein - his early stuff, especially Starship Troopers and Space Cadet

Classics:
Crime and Punishment, Oliver Twist, Robinson Crusoe, The Count of Monte Cristo

Mysteries:
Still love Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers, PD James, Anne Perry, Elizabeth George - anything by any of them.

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DadOf3
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Okay, Shifty Rob is right - the OP said to pick just one.

Crime and Punishment

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Snafu
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Well, it's not fiction, but it is life changing:

Cosmic Trigger by Robert Anton Wilson.

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Unbekanntes Pferd
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One of my favorites is 'Millroy the Magician' by Paul Theroux.

"A magician of baffling talents, a vegetarian and a health fanatic with a mission to change the food habits of America...But as Millroy's Messianic fervour grows, so too do the doubts of Jilly, without whose soul and spirit Millroy cannot make magic..."

Also 'Die Blendung' by Elias Caneti ( not sure how it's translated)

Non-fiction but life changing (although not in a positive way) :
The Mountain People by Colin M. Turnbull

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Some book by Sinclair Lewis, I can't remember the title...

I also like the Rabbit series by Updike and some of Saul Bellow's works. It's difficult to pinpoint one particular book. I like works that combine deep characterization with social commentary.

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Good one, Babbit(t)! [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by DadOf3:
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Originally posted by Little Pink Pill:
I can't really name my all time favorite, but I loved all the James Herriot books. He was a vet in the Yorkshire Dales from the 40's on, and saw the transition from traditional to modern medicine first hand. A funny, entertaining author. All Things Bright and Beautiful is the one to start with.

I loved those books too, Little Pink Pill, but I think the first one written was actually All Creatures Great and Small. As it happes though, the first one I read was All Things Bright and Beautiful.
You are absolutely right. Very silly of me, esp. since I actually read All Creatures Great and Small first. [fish]

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I love the James Herriot books. I believe that they need to be read in the order written, as they really show how hard he had to work to be accepted by the Yorkshire farmers.

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Dunno about objectively determinable quality, but my current all-time fave read is Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita.

Someone claimed on the "Why do I have to like the classics?" thread in Rantidote that it is fatally flawed (at least, I think they were talking about this one), but I'm still waiting to hear what that flaw might be.

Blue "Tumbleweed rolls by" Byrd

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Wow, it changes with the weather, but The Grapes of Wrath is hard to beat. Also Lolita, Rabbit at Rest, and Empire Falls .
And I would highly recommend On the Road to anyone between 18-25. I read that book front to back 4 times in a row when I was 18; I don't know if I'd even finish it if I read it now (29).

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Hands down, Chesapeake

or, Pillars of the Earth

or, The Myst of Avalon

or, or, or [Big Grin]

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Two suggestions, to be read simultaneously;

Watership Down - Richard Adams.
Gould's Book of Fish - Richard Flanagan

Twisted zoological fables from a couple of Dicks.

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I can't pick a favorite book! [Frown]

Gregory Maguire: Wicked, Son of a Witch, Confessions..., Mirror/Mirror, and Lost. Awesome!!! With Wicked unequivocably ranked #1 (so far, that is!).

John Saul: oh, anything by him [Smile]

A lasting favorite of mine is "Twyla"... darned if I can remember the author, but it was a diary-esque paperback about a troubled teen. Similar to another favorite, "Lisa Bright and Dark", but more somber.

Sia...I'm taping my fingers together to prevent typing further!...wasi

Edited to add that the author of "Twyla" was Pamela Walker (published circa 1973) [Smile]

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I've just finished reading The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. This is one of the best books I have ever read. It was absolutely brilliant. IMO it would have been even better with out the epilogue tying everything together at the end. The tale was compelling, the twists and turns surprised me and I really rooted for the protagonist. The translation was good too, and Zafon's use of language is beautiful.

My other favourites are:
The Great Gatsby
Alice in Wonderland
Boy (the Roald Dahl autobiography)
and The Twits

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Slight hijack:
In the book, The Time Traveler's Wife, one of the characters turns on WLUW, my college's radio station! We were just talking about it today. I've never read the book, but I will have to check it out!

My personal faves:

Desparation by Stephen King
The Regulators by Richard Bachman
Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk
Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk

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