one of those books you just can't put down
The Pillars of the Earth, great read.
I think Harry Potter was like that as well.
Lunar Park by Bret Easton Ellis <3
Harry Potter definatly and His Dark Materials, I'm already half way through the second book.Uusually it takes me ages to read a book cuz of my dyslexia but reading more is improving it, and now I've started to sort of skim read but I always have to re-read what I just skim read incase I missed anything! Reading a good book helps though, I think when I was younger I didn't read much because I couldn't find a good book! I can't put down The Dog's Mind by Bruce Fogle and this book about positive dog training either.
oh I think I will see if I can find His dark Materials
"A Wrinkle In Time"..........its that ONE..ya know ???..it just never gets old......sigh...
His Dark Materials for sure!
Cormac McCarthy The Road. That was such a great book and it's so small you get through it so fast!
Ooh... I love A Wrinkle in Time. I have about 6-8 copies of that book and there is no telling how many times I've read it! At least twice as much as I've read Harry Potter and I lost count at 34 when I was reading Harry Potter. And speaking of Children's(?) books, I just loved Howl's Moving Castle. So completely different from the movie, but each were absolutely perfect!
I really liked The Dreamland Chronicles by Wm. Mark Simmons. Read all three books in a day and a half because I couldn't stop.
creativity and the brain, I am interested in neuroscience
Ooh, I liked that. And The Eureka Effect was interesting as well. And Eye and Brain, the Psychology of Seeing was very good, if a bit technical for a light read
I LOVED The Road.
One everyone don't know is Deadly Little Secret by Laurie Stolarz.
twilight was really like that i found myself deprived of sleep many days reading these books.
Yeah, Twilight has that effect on people!! But it's a very easy read.
One book I couldn't put down is one from a Spanish writer called The Shadow of the Wind, I read it in spanish, and it was amazing! Also the Harry Potter series, and umm.... Silk, but that's a very short book.
Isn't it great when you find a book that's so awesome you'd rather stay home and read than go out and chill??
Lord of the rings...
I read it on three languages.
Is The Road the book that the film is based on? Or something different?
I need more Neil Gaiman =(
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