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astarling astarling 8 years
Great suggestions, Buzz and syako :) I'd like to add one of my recent favorites to the list, too: Jennifer Government (by Max Barry)-The future is run by corporations (doesn't seem so far off, does it?). Happy reading, everyone!
Angelica Angelica 8 years
Thanks Buzz - I was in need of a reading list!
bhilb bhilb 8 years
Great recommendations (having read most of them already)! And, for syako, while the classics are often a great read, there is something to be said for contemporary fiction, too. I just encourage people to read more often!
Linda-McP Linda-McP 8 years
Wonderful slide show, Buzz. Thanks for the recommendations.
Entertainment Entertainment 8 years
freegracefrom — stay tuned! It's coming very, very soon.
freegracefrom freegracefrom 8 years
I'm too am a lover of the classics myself. Henry James usually starts off slow, but once you get into it, you're hooked. Haruki Murakami is great too. When are we doing up our little book club, buzz??
designergirl designergirl 8 years
Syako- I agree, except for Henry James! I've tried, and I just cannot get into his works. I've been reading a lot of great modern writers like Orhan Pamuk and Haruki Murakami lately. Reading is far more interesting (and intellectually stimulating) than TV, but I still miss my guilty viewing pleasures.
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 8 years
Cute idea, Buzz. I think I'll pick a couple of these up; they look interesting. Especially Hugh Laurie's!
nancita nancita 8 years
What a great slideshow! I love the concept, and the recommendations are spot on. I had forgotten that Hugh Laurie wrote a perfect.
syako syako 8 years
Good idea. I find myself reading more too, although I'd like to give a shout out to reading the classics over some of the books chosen. Balzac, Henry James, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Tolstoy, Flaubert, Graham Greene are all fabulously interesting choices that will keep you a lot more intrigued (and intelligent!) than Gossip Girl.
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