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message 751: by Renie :) (new)

Renie :) coffey I really don't know what to read next... Got any Suggestions? :)

message 752: by Sivaram (new)

Sivaram Thangavel excellent work. I was able to recollect what i haave completed and what to be read. Nice list and also inspires me to read about newl books. good keep going.

message 753: by Andria (new)

Andria Il like Stefanie Meyers books! She is not a bad author! Why would you think that? I hope you know that her books she writes are totally popular. I like her books i mean its just my opinion........ everyone thinks different. LOL!

message 754: by Andria (new)

Andria Are you kidding me dont say that stefanie meyers and her books are a shame cause they are awesome and very popular!!!!!!!!!!! LOL! :)

message 755: by Andria (new)

Andria LOL FUNNY! :)

message 756: by Andria (new)

Andria LOL TRUE but people are saying that the twilight series are a shame and im like ugh are you serious they arre super popular and lots of people like them! :)

message 757: by Sivaram (new)

Sivaram Thangavel recently i read the bok evening news by arthur hailey a excellent fiction surrounding the life of the journalist and about the fourth estate, how they acquire the news, how they struggle and in between there will be kidnapping etc etc and is gripping novel and you will not close the book before completing

message 758: by Ayla (new)

Ayla I'm so glad memoirs of a geisha is on here. that book was AMAZING.

message 759: by Jasmine (new)

Jasmine Cervik I'm not saying Stephenie Meyer is the best author in the world, but I didn't enjoy reading until I read her series. Now I'm trying all kinds of new books and found that I can actually enjoy reading.

message 760: by Tracy (new)

Tracy Davis I like MY HUSBAND RAN OFF WITH THE NANNY AND GOD DO I MISS HER (amazon #6 fiction, humor out of 13,000 books) because it is very funny but also real. Portion of sales donated to The Retreat _ a shelter for abused women. Why does a husband sleep with a nanny and then the next nanny and then a three hundred pound nanny? Because her wife is so disorganized with 2 kids and a household he meant to destroy her. But that all happens right away and it gets very romantic and it is funny from the start.

message 761: by [deleted user] (new)

Read Peeps, its amazing!

message 762: by Komal (new)

Komal Stephine Meyer understands the psychology of the teenage group- particularly girls! So she's liked more among the girl's community

message 763: by [deleted user] (new)

Ayla wrote: "I'm so glad memoirs of a geisha is on here. that book was AMAZING."

The movie is also very good as beautiful! I lived in Japan as a child and it bought back memories.

message 764: by Christina (new)

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message 765: by Devy (new)

Devy I say respect all reads. A good book no matter what it is can bring out the best in all people. A good book can help you relate when you need it most or simply help you escape when the world gets to heavy. Whether its the Twilight Saga or Candide a good book is a good book. Its all on what you need fed the most at the time.

message 766: by Angelica (new)

Angelica MICHAEL wrote: "This is a weird list, do i just add the books I'm planning on reading?" no u vote on the books u have read that u liked

message 767: by Angelica (new)

Angelica I love the twilight series! I recon its the best and they better do the movie of all the series! Harry potter is also a good book- series :P xoxoxo

message 768: by Angelica (new)

Angelica I wish i could meet stephanie:P

message 769: by Angelica (new)

Angelica Gary wrote: "A couple not to be missed.
Bringing Vincent Home by Madeleine Mysko,
The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova.

Both are very well-written, both are debut novels and both were hard to put down. "

message 770: by Angelica (new)

Angelica Stephanie wrote: "I read alot. and I haven't finished looking at the list to my content but...I read one comment and it's fine they can have their opion but...I have to say Stephenie Meyer is an amazing author. You ..."
i kno right twilight is da best

message 771: by Angelica (new)

Angelica Samia wrote: "Stephanie Meyer is the best writer ever! Stargirl, I'm sorry, but I don't agree with your comment AT ALL."

I like dat one :P

message 772: by Ganangkatur (new)

Ganangkatur fahruddin good books...good read

message 776: by Della (new)

Della Scott I think I did it wrong. I voted for books that I'd already read and liked, for the benefit of others who were thinking of reading them.

I just joined Goodreads and am still learning how to use it.

message 778: by Richard (new)

Richard Lowry New Dawn tells a story you will never forget - New Dawn: The Battles for Fallujah

message 779: by Patricia (new)

Patricia Roper Loved Home Repair by Rosenberg!

message 780: by Summer (last edited Aug 03, 2010 01:39AM) (new)

Summer Time For anyone who enjoys poetry- I just read a poetry book titled "Angst for the Memories". It was really great. Very versatile and very metaphorical in a beautiful way. I definitely reccomend it. It's by an author named Rachel Daigh. I hadn't heard of her before and I think it said it was her first book. I really hope to see more work from her. The book is definitely worth checking out. Very easily relatable. Has anyone else read this book?

message 781: by Amina (new)

Amina Samia wrote: "the Twilight series is amazing!!"

I knwwww!!!!

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message 783: by Nelie (new)

Nelie Frocardo Twilight saga is okay and i liked it before the twihards came out now im not that big a fan

message 784: by Glenn (new)

Glenn Matteson Nancy wrote: "I love being alerted to first books by authors. I take into consideration that the first book allows me to see the real writer before he/she is "formed" by the system. I know that each book there..."

Try this new one, Energy by Doc Carson, its a fun read,

message 785: by Hannah (new)

Hannah Good list. Now I have to make a list of the books I'm going to read next year..It's gonna be as big as the moon! Thanks guys :P

message 786: by Haruka (new)

Haruka Rose wrote: "There are so many great books on here, some that I've read and some I've heard are just plain amazing. Of all these wonderful books, the ones at the top are STEPHENIE MEYER?? Are you kidding me? I ..."

I totally agree with you 100%! She is NOT a good writer, HATE her style!

message 787: by Mandie (new)

Mandie Matthew wrote: "Stephanie Meyer is "Pulp Fiction".. Not a literary giant, but merely entertainment. I think you have to allow for both types of literature and be willing to recognize something for what it is. I re..."

Better vocabulary? Seriously? Only if you mean to describe how gorgeous and hot Edward is and how wonderful he is.

message 788: by Luke (new)

Luke David wrote: "The Twilight Series is popular on here because there is no age limit on here and the votes all come from the teen set. There is hope however as my daughter is 14 and thinks the best book on here is..."

To, David
I'm sorry but i'm very offended by your comment. I have read the twilight series and hate it (Maybe cause i'm a guy IDK) but my mom and 4 sisters love them. I like alot of books from the teen selection (Young adult) and the adult but i hate to kill a mocking bird. I like anne rice "Interview with a Vampire" and "The Vampire Lestat" along with alot of other adult books like "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" in fact I liked that whole triogy.
The whole point of me saying all this is that i think it is mean to think all teens are that way or that the reason for this is teens (like i said my mom liked them) Thats just stereotypical.
How would you like it if i blamed the reason for some of the books up there that i don't like on all the older people on this site?
Don't blame teens, look at everyone on this site with a neutrality to it all as though everyone were some universal age. Respect the differences in taste other's have. Try some of these books that the "Teens" are comenting on because of the passion it sparks in them, maybe it will spark something in yourself.
I know i'm picky to (I hate westerns) but i have read them (Maybe you've read the twilight books to IDK) still I don't say anything such as well you're old like my parents age that was populare then but this is now.
Thats what i feel like you're saying. If you read through all this thanks :)
Thats about everythng i have to say,
Yours truly,

message 789: by Andrea (new)

Andrea Haha, most of these book were made into movies!

message 790: by Jim (new)

Jim I don't think I have much in common with most of the voters on this list.

message 791: by Breanne (new)

Breanne Tiger saga will get you hooked :)

message 792: by Tenoko1 (new)

Tenoko1 Rosemary wrote: "Beyond Ugly this book is really wonderful coz it starts ov really sad nd then itz so great at der end. i lyk it coz it really won'tz u 2 read more nd itz a true life story."

Your English skills leave much to be desired. How is it that you can read and yet are unable to write?

message 793: by Carole (new)

message 794: by Maddie (new)

Maddie Just because Twilight is at the top of the list, doesn't mean it's a bad list. This list is open to all ages, and though it isn't an amazing book in terms of literary value, it is highly entertaining, addictive, as well as being an easy read. I think I knocked all 4 books over in 3 days. Maybe less. Have I read better? Of course I have. So have most people. That said, it still doesn't decrease my love for the books, and if I want an easy read and I'm bored... I know Twilight ensures entertainment. My recommendations for this list however consist of Mockingjay, Cosmopolis, This Is Where I Leave You, The Perks of Being a Wall Flower, and The Night Watch. All 5 books I'm eager to read once I've completed Catching Fire, and On The Road.

message 795: by Maddie (new)

Maddie Samia wrote: "The Host is a good book. I'm currently reading it. It's by Stephanie Meyer."

While I do believe this is a good book, don't you think the weird names for the different worlds/species kind of takes away from the book. The names are weird, and it doesn't feel like they should be named what they are. Glad you're enjoying it though, it's a great story line. I just wish SM was a little more realistic in naming things.

message 796: by [deleted user] (new)

Luke wrote: "David wrote: "The Twilight Series is popular on here because there is no age limit on here and the votes all come from the teen set. There is hope however as my daughter is 14 and thinks the best b..."

You go, Luke. The point of social media, and user reviews, is to free us from the "these people like this" mentality of publishers, reviewers, and chainstore policy makers. Read what calls to you, no matter what anyone else says. I appreciate what To Kill a Mockingbird says as a social/historical message, but I can't say I enjoyed it.
As my plug for the day, if you like fantasy/romance, and brilliant writing, consider The Ballad of Young Tam Lin. Tam Lin must choose between his lover, the Queen of Elfland, and the young and (formerly) innocent Lady Janet Dunbar, the unmarried mother of his unborn baby. Sensual without being graphic, touching, thought-provoking, and gripping.

message 797: by [deleted user] (new)

Stephanie wrote: "Samia wrote: "I'm working on writing a book right now...
I hope maybe one day I can publish It."

Oh, I'm writing a book too. As far as I can tell I haven't copied any ideas for the plot...I'm n..."

When you are ready, check out Amazon's "Create Space." None of the economic traps of conventional self-publishing.

message 798: by Courtney (new)

Courtney Rene Shadow Warrior- Just released 1-15-2012.

message 799: by KareB (new)

KareB Good literature doesn't have to be difficult to read. What Stephenie Meyer has done for literature is awesome. Because of her books, she has inspired many young readers to read. I work in a high school and because of the Twilight series there are many students that actually enjoy reading now because FINALLY an author created a fun world. I believe that some of the criticism on here is due to the movies, not the books. The books paint a powerful fantasy world with just enough of realism to keep readers turning the pages. That doesn't sound like poor writing, that sounds inspiring. Twilight is a phenom for a reason. To criticize is basically calling millions of young readers idiots. I applaud any author that can touch millions of readers and inspire them to read on. This is coming from a fan of authors from William Shakespeare to Edgar Alan Poe and YES to Stepehenie Meyer. All authors have their own unique voice. That's what it's about.

message 800: by Maya (new)

Maya broaddus The Twilight Series is the best book anyone will ever read. Go Team Edward!

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