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I'm a huge paranormal fan. Read every chance I get.

Just finished Keri Arthur's - newest dark angel book in the series

My favorite author is Kim Harrison (demons, fairies, witches, vampires)

Laurell K Hamilton - read all her stuff (vampires, werewolves, fairies ect. The good kind of vampire, not the sparkly kind)

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You read my kind of books!! I usually like romance, paranormal and young adult. Or a combo of all 3.

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Have you read any of the Dark Hunter books by Sherrilyn Kenyon? I love the early books in that series, up to Acheron.
Love that series!

The I do read some chick lit and fantasy too. The last 'real' books I remember reading was the 13th Tale, Kitchen Confidential and one of the Shopaholic books.

I need to read A Dance with Dragons, but I need to reread the rest of the series first, it's been a few years and I've forgotten a ton of the minor stuff. If you are a fantasy fan, read Robin Hobb. She's wonderful.
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Good thread! The most recent book I read is Black's Law (not the dictionary) by Roy Black. He's known as one of the best criminal defense attorneys in the nation. The book details four cases he litigated. haha this one probably won't be a hit, but if you're interested in the legal system, then I highly recommend it.

I like James Patterson and murder mystery books. I admit I liked the Twilight books as well and read them all, although my interest now has started to fade.
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Last book you really enjoyed

Last year I really read a lot of books. I really enjoyed the Frankenstein series by Dean Koontz. I found them really easy to read.

Also read the whole Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich. I am currently on the waiting list for the 19th book which came out not that long ago.

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I am a book nerd....
When I get my head into a good story, I will finish it in 3 days.
My husband just gives up talking to me for that week.

I usually go for suspense thrillers, or legal thrillers, but I'm enjoying some series hi-lighting different places in the world.

The entire Highlander/Outlander series with Jamie & Claire, written by Diana Gabaldon, is incredible.
Also read a series on Ghengis Khan, can't think of the author, but couldn't put those books down.

I will pull out my Blackberry Playbook and come up with a few more titles.
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I love to read. I have hundreds of books, in fact I am probably getting close to a thousand now haha, on my kindle. But if I was to name favourite authors Karin Slaughter would be very near the top. I have all of her books in the Will Trent and Grant County series and love to reread them all I enjoy them that much.

I also love Karen Marie Moning's series' as well. I love how she has linked to separate series into each other. Of course, thinking on it is a very clever ploy to get people to buy all your books so they understand what's happening...

However for the best books I have ever read have to be by Dean Koontz. But his older writing. I don't like his new stuff at all. Phantoms I read when I was 15/16 and it scared me that much at the time I ended up sleeping in my mum's bed that night because my imagination was going haywire lol the other book I loved and couldn't put down was Velocity. It was a high octane thriller that had fantastic twists which literally had my jaw dropping as I was reading it.

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I love to read. I have hundreds of books, in fact I am probably getting close to a thousand now haha, on my kindle. But if I was to name favourite authors Karin Slaughter would be very near the top. I have all of her books in the Will Trent and Grant County series and love to reread them all I enjoy them that much.

I also love Karen Marie Moning's series' as well. I love how she has linked to separate series into each other. Of course, thinking on it is a very clever ploy to get people to buy all your books so they understand what's happening...

However for the best books I have ever read have to be by Dean Koontz. But his older writing. I don't like his new stuff at all. Phantoms I read when I was 15/16 and it scared me that much at the time I ended up sleeping in my mum's bed that night because my imagination was going haywire lol the other book I loved and couldn't put down was Velocity. It was a high octane thriller that had fantastic twists which literally had my jaw dropping as I was reading it.
I love her books! Her Fever series are my favorite books, hands down.
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Good thread! The most recent book I read is Black's Law (not the dictionary) by Roy Black. He's known as one of the best criminal defense attorneys in the nation. The book details four cases he litigated. haha this one probably won't be a hit, but if you're interested in the legal system, then I highly recommend it.

I like James Patterson and murder mystery books. I admit I liked the Twilight books as well and read them all, although my interest now has started to fade.
Wow, at first I thought you were talking about the dictionary!
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However for the best books I have ever read have to be by Dean Koontz. But his older writing. I don't like his new stuff at all. Phantoms I read when I was 15/16 and it scared me that much at the time I ended up sleeping in my mum's bed that night because my imagination was going haywire lol the other book I loved and couldn't put down was Velocity. It was a high octane thriller that had fantastic twists which literally had my jaw dropping as I was reading it.
I love some of Koontz older books like Fear Nothing, Seize the Night, and Strange Highway (which scared the crap out of me)
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I recently read a book called The Dog Stars, a post-disaster(flu) scenario book. Forgot the author. Also one called Zoo, same type, pollution changed the way animals interpret pheronomes(sp?) and they started killing people. They were both somewhat disturbing and made me want to go out and buy an assault rifle, just in case.

Now I'm reading French Kids Eat Everything.

Thanks everyone! I think Dog Star is my next pick. And I pulled a few more titles for future reading.
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I love some of Koontz older books like Fear Nothing, Seize the Night, and Strange Highway (which scared the crap out of me)
Have you read Watchers? I've read some of his books, and I love that one.
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Have you read Watchers? I've read some of his books, and I love that one.
Yep! I really love his older "dog" books!

If you have not read Fear Nothing and Seize the Night....you should! They have a great dog in them.
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I"m only 10 pages into the last of the "Game of Thrones" series. I've been waiting for months to get it from my daughter (23). I just finished my first Terry Brooks book, I will be reading more. I like murder mysteries and legal thrillers too. Someone mentioned Dennis Lehane (Shutter Island), I really enjoyed his earlier books mystery/detective stuff. I always look forward to Harlan Coben's newest. I really enjoyed Dean Koontz's earlier stuff, particularly "By the Light of the Moon", "One door away from Heaven". I like this thread and have written down alot of suggestions.
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50 shades, all of them. While not a genius writer....I was hooked and not for the "bad" parts, I just had to know the outcome!
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Being a good reader and enjoying books, hasn't been my strongest suit...especially early on.
If it wasn't a car magazine or auto body related, I would pass....last 30 years.
- English was my lower grades, so I had to excell somewhere, so Math & Analysis was it

Graduating College and later University night school:
Has made me a far better reader...but the number of books I have read in the last decade, could be counted on one hand.
- my reading skills have greatly improved, with the random research I like doing on the internet

I respect all of those, that have the love & gift to read...while some of us, has struggled with it, early on in school, and carried over for many years.
Just the opposite, my wife in grade1 was reading at the grade4 level, after 1 week in school.
- a teacher's ruler slapped over the back of her hand, would try and allow "the no left behind" others to catch up
Fortunately she learned English, Latin & French, and always loved & excelled in languages.

Re...Last book you really enjoyed
I need to share the 1st book that changed my way of thinking (forever impact), read in highschool & one I truly enjoyed...(period ~1972 read).
Big Brother (Nineteen Eighty-Four) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Bro...en_Eighty-Four)
Our son is 30 years old now - and a month ago...Dad told him "you should read it".

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Last book you really enjoyed

Now I'm going to be looking for Dean Koontz books, they sound great.

A trilogy I absolutely Love is the Sign of Seven/ Blood Brothers Series by Diana Palmer, and I'm not a fan of hers but I've read that series multiple times.

Another one I've read a few times is The Host by the author if Twilight. I don't like the twilight books really but loved Host.

Love the Harry Potter series also.

I also enjoy some historical romance/fiction books, but only certain time periods and certain authors.


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Right now I am reading Running Ransom Road by Caleb Daniloff. It is about confronting the past one marathon at a time. So far I am only 25 pages into it, but it is really neat. I run so I like to get other people views on why the run or what drives them.


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Now I'm going to be looking for Dean Koontz books, they sound great.

A trilogy I absolutely Love is the Sign of Seven/ Blood Brothers Series by Diana Palmer, and I'm not a fan of hers but I've read that series multiple times.

Another one I've read a few times is The Host by the author if Twilight. I don't like the twilight books really but loved Host.

Love the Harry Potter series also.

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Older Koontz books are good light reading but can be a little cheesy. They can be very enjoyable.
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With all of the heavy reading I do for nursing classes, I enjoy a good, light read

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Spent my Barnes and Noble gift card I got for xmas this weekend. I got the book Meadowcat recommended: "Cleopatra: A Life," by Stacy Schiff. Look forward to starting it tonight!
I also got the next Outlander book "The Fiery Cross", I really love this series!

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Spent my Barnes and Noble gift card I got for xmas this weekend. I got the book Meadowcat recommended: "Cleopatra: A Life," by Stacy Schiff. Look forward to starting it tonight!
I also got the next Outlander book "The Fiery Cross", I really love this series!
You'll have to tell me if you like the Cleopatra book - I just talked my sister-in-law into buying it, too!

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I love reading and am a heavy library user. I even made logs on my PC to record and review the books I read.

Recently my choice is dog related.

"Bark If You Love Me: A Woman-Meets-Dog Story" (Harvest Book) Louise Bernikow
-A non-dog lover New Yorker accidently adopted a Boxer. It was interesting to see how she transformed into a dog lover.

"Our Best Friends" Michael Capuzzo
-In Japanese version, there was a story of Doberman named "Captain". I cried a lot!

They are the old books. Some might have read them already.
As a side note, I read above books in Japanese. One of them was not so good translation because the translator was not a dog lover. He confessed it in the book... He couldn't translate the word "mutt".

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