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I Need Your Book Suggestions

I love to read. I’m not the quickest at it (not that I read whilst moving my lips and scanning each word with my finger, either), but I want to try something different than my normal stack of books.

So, what books do you recommend? Any titles that you have really enjoyed? I’m open to all genres.

Hit me with your suggestions!

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  1. I’ve really enjoyed the Game of Thrones series, and I’ve been working through those books since December. They’re each long, but not dull.

    Mosaic by Gayle Lynds was a very good spy-thriller/conspiracy book. In the vein of Robert Ludlum (Borne Identity, etc.). I’ve also enjoyed most of Ludlum’s works, but make sure to avoid the post-mortem derivations (like the Covert-One series) they’ve slapped his name on.

    1. Hey Greg

      My wife and son have read the GoT series and told me it’s really good. I’ll have to give it a try. Mosaic sounds great, too. I’m a big Bourne fan, so that would be perfect. Thank you!

  2. Agree with the above Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire series) this is my favourite selection of books by far. Also a few others I like:

    The Pillars of the Earth
    World Without End
    Marching Powder
    The Time Travellers Wife
    The Art of Racing in the Rain
    Portrait of a Killer (Patricia Cornwell)
    11/22/63
    We Need To Talk About Kevin
    Birdsong

    Some of my favourites/recently read off the top of my head. Quite varied too. Enjoy.

    1. Awesome, thanks Claire.

      I actually have The Pillars of the Earth, so really must read it. I loved 11/22/63. I thought that story was fantastic – I almost didn’t want it to end. I’ll check out the others too. Cheers!

  3. Daniel Suarez (I just finished Kill Decision, but love Daemon and Freedom tm, too)

    Ready Player One, if you haven’t already read it, is fantastic.

    I haven’t read it yet, but I hear great things about the Foundation series from Asimiov.

    Little Brother, by Cory Doctorow was another favorite read this year.

    If you haven’t read the Hunger Games series, you ought to. Quick reads, but good.

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