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A good read...

I love to read. Have always loved it from the first time I picked up a book as a child. Outside of my vast collection of Golden Books as a little kid my mom, who supported my desire to read, gave me a host of books on record. I still have them. Loved them and that's why I could read early on my own. Favorite story on record was Chicken Little. Cracks me up that many people have no idea that the "sky is falling" as a saying came from this story. Favorite book as a young child though, Ferdinand hands down. I was however disappointed by the cartoon.

As I got older I was deep into Judy Blume. My favorite though was her memoir. I was amazed how I could identify with an adults account of growing up. Naturally during this time I went through many of the classics. Most as a requirement. I have been collecting some of them from Penguin and have been rereading them as an adult to see if I have a different perspective.

Favorite book as an adult...The Wolf's Hour: Robert Maccammon. It's a story about a spy that as a child was bitten by a werewolf. Normally not my cup of tea but omg, it's so good. A not too distant second is The Help. Very well written and the movie didn't do it justice. Which I think we can say about most book to movie. Third? Shoe Addicts Anonymous. Go figure

I have been trying to find all of the books to the Stephanie Plum series. I hit the used book outlets to look for them. Stephanie is a struggling woman who attempts to become a bounty hunter. Good reads.

I have been in a slump for a good book. This past year I couldn't hang my head to read because of the neck injury and I've been dying not being able to read. I usually can't read a book after I've watched the movie, so I avoid those. I tend to lean towards nonfiction at times. I love books that can share American history as a story and not a breakdown of just dates, etc. I know some of my favorite books are fiction, so I am open to most things. What I was reading which I think I'll finish soon is the Hour of Peril: a book about Lincoln's tour through the states and how he was in that moment a target for assassination which was thwarted. At the same time I was reading Chicken Health lol.

I'm ready for fiction. I don't care for a lot of sex in my reading. The Wolf's Hour was riddled with some of it but from a man's perspective it wasn't as flowery and odd as some women's perspectives. So no to the Grey series. If you have any recommendations I look forward to hearing about them. If you can give a brief description without giving away too much so we can all determine if it's a good fit for us, that would be great.

sooooo...let's get to some happy reading
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I love to read. Have always loved it from the first time I picked up a book as a child. Outside of my vast collection of Golden Books as a little kid my mom, who supported my desire to read, gave me a host of books on record. I still have them. Loved them and that's why I could read early on my own. Favorite story on record was Chicken Little. Cracks me up that many people have no idea that the "sky is falling" as a saying came from this story. Favorite book as a young child though, Ferdinand hands down. I was however disappointed by the cartoon.

As I got older I was deep into Judy Blume. My favorite though was her memoir. I was amazed how I could identify with an adults account of growing up. Naturally during this time I went through many of the classics. Most as a requirement. I have been collecting some of them from Penguin and have been rereading them as an adult to see if I have a different perspective.

Favorite book as an adult...The Wolf's Hour: Robert Maccammon. It's a story about a spy that as a child was bitten by a werewolf. Normally not my cup of tea but omg, it's so good. A not too distant second is The Help. Very well written and the movie didn't do it justice. Which I think we can say about most book to movie. Third? Shoe Addicts Anonymous. Go figure

I have been trying to find all of the books to the Stephanie Plum series. I hit the used book outlets to look for them. Stephanie is a struggling woman who attempts to become a bounty hunter. Good reads.

I have been in a slump for a good book. This past year I couldn't hang my head to read because of the neck injury and I've been dying not being able to read. I usually can't read a book after I've watched the movie, so I avoid those. I tend to lean towards nonfiction at times. I love books that can share American history as a story and not a breakdown of just dates, etc. I know some of my favorite books are fiction, so I am open to most things. What I was reading which I think I'll finish soon is the Hour of Peril: a book about Lincoln's tour through the states and how he was in that moment a target for assassination which was thwarted. At the same time I was reading Chicken Health lol.

I'm ready for fiction. I don't care for a lot of sex in my reading. The Wolf's Hour was riddled with some of it but from a man's perspective it wasn't as flowery and odd as some women's perspectives. So no to the Grey series. If you have any recommendations I look forward to hearing about them. If you can give a brief description without giving away too much so we can all determine if it's a good fit for us, that would be great.

sooooo...let's get to some happy reading
Some easy fiction similar to Stephanie Plum is Sue Graftons mystery series that starts with "A is for Alibi". She is a single PI and they are fun.
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As a kid, I loved Animals of Farthing Wood books, since "growing up" I'm into Lord of the Rings/ The Hobbit but mostly factual stuff nowadays, I'm not really a fiction reader any more

One book I read recently that I've read at least 20 times maybe more is Heart Shaped Bruise by Tanya Byrne (unsure of the spelling of her surname) but that book is a amazing read, Andi
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A couple of the last books I read were A Beautiful Mind about a mathmatical genius named John Nash. They also made a movie with the same title.

And another book I just finished about a month ago...The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks. It was a random book I recieved and it's not at all I book I'd of ever have picked out on my own...but it turned out to be a pretty good read. It was about a lady in the 50's who had cancer, and the doctors took some samples of her cells without her consent. Turns out her cells would keep on growing and replicating themselves forever...they started to send her cells all over the world, and eventually they started charging for the cells making huge amounts of money from them. The cells were used in all sorts of ways by the scientist. They had a never ending supply of human cells to run tests on for cancer treatments and vaccines and cloning techniques...just all kinds of things.
Meanwhile she'd passed away, and her family never knew (till much later) that her cells had been taken and sold and used for such things.

I don't know. It was actually a really good book I thought.

There was also a movie HBO made based on the book that stars Oprah Winfrey .
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I'm into Lord of the Rings/ The Hobbit
I LOVED those books! I read the Hobbit when I was a teen...and I was completely taken by Strider (Aragorn). He was a hero to me and there was so many times when I felt super anxious and scared (stupid low self-esteem and social anxieties! ) where I'd think about him and how much I wanted to be a ranger like him, and I'd feel stronger. lol He really helped carry me through some pretty difficult times.

I read the hobbit a handful of times, read the Fellowship Of The Rings 2 or 3 times, and read the Two Towers once.
I was never able to even start the last book...Return Of The King. I'd always lose interest in the series well before getting there.

It wasn't till I was around 30 that I bought a really nice version of the books that had all 3 of the books in it...and over the course of nearly a year I got through it.
Love the books! I have a really nice, leather bound version of the Hobbit as well.
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I absolutely loved Judy Blume!

Recently I've been reading a lot of Jules Verne, it's all free on kindle and I kind of got hooked on it.
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As a kid, I loved Animals of Farthing Wood books, since "growing up" I'm into Lord of the Rings/ The Hobbit but mostly factual stuff nowadays, I'm not really a fiction reader any more

One book I read recently that I've read at least 20 times maybe more is Heart Shaped Bruise by Tanya Byrne (unsure of the spelling of her surname) but that book is a amazing read, Andi
I loved the animals of farthing wood. It was one of the first book series where I bought the books myself. I don't know. Love is understated. I really really really loved them.

I also loved the lord of the rings. Brilliant books and probably the only book which I read after watching the movie and still enjoyed it.

These days I mostly listen to audio books. Currently I'm 'reading' A history of the world and I'm finding it absolutely fascinating though I never used to like history that much.

If you like historical fiction Phillipa Gregory is very readable but she writes mostly about a very specific period of British history (from the perspective of the women involved).
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Andi: another book I just finished (charity shop bargain) "When She Was Bad" by Tammy Cohen - wow! That book blew me away
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I’m into mysteries primarily. I love Ian Rankin and Denise Mina. My aunt got me a couple of Chandler books for Christmas and I’m digging the tight prose. I haven’t read any noir before.
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If you haven't seen the movie 'Wild' - based on Cheryl Strayed's book of the same title - I would heartily recommend it.
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I liked the Odd Thomas books by Dean Koontz. They're about an unassuming young man who interacts with spirits of the recently (usually) dead who are either asking for help, helping or hindering that help, or sometimes just goofing off. He solves mysteries of the sort that only someone with his particular abilities and "friends" could solve. There are characters in the series (the first of which is Odd Thomas) who return and are such warm and eccentric personalities. The first 3 were terrific. At some point in the series my interest flagged, but Odd was such a compelling individual to me that I had to find out where it all ended up. I apologize that I don't recall the names of them all. I think Odd may have been modeled after someone with autism, but that's just my view of him perhaps. It's a pretty spiritual book in a sense, though not dogmatic. Spiritual themes are dealt with seriously, but rules-not so much.

Edit-Have you read Kathy Reichs' books? She's a forensic anthropologist working in Canada and the US, assisting with investigations in which a body requires more detailed and historical work. As I suppose many series do, the books tend to get a little tiresome as time goes on, but the first ones are intriguing, well plotted, and give you tiny bits of French, which is fun.

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I just ordered "When She Was Bad." Looks very intriguing. Thanks Midsy.

I second the nom for "Odd Thomas" by Dean Koonz. I've liked all his books.

And I enjoyed Kathy Reighs "Bones" books. Agree that they were better at first
but got tiresome. The tv series "Bones" was based on the books, but diferences
make both reading and watching very off-putting.


And now my own recommendations. Anything by Terry Pratchett. They are
listed as fantasy, but there is a lot of poking fun at established norms.

I love books about people with psychic talent and have read some good series
over the years, but at the moment my mind is too foggy to remember any.
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Funacie I admit I had trouble putting that book down When She Was Bad I mean
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