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bg1: good books to read

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
you list them ITT

inb4 people thinking there funny and list alot of children books.
inb4 books just full of pictures.
inb4 autobiographies which I dont care about.
inb4 you're 12 and can't read
inb4 lord of the flys.
inb4 someone says gusiness book of world records and I neg them.
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
twighlight:)
#2
Generation Kill by Evan Wright
#3
any top shelf art book
#4
Tell Me No Lies by John Pilger

S'appenin' brah?
#5
You've excluded my recommendations for you, so i'm out!
#6
I think you should read a dictionary and sharpen up on your vocabulary :whistling:
#7
If you like thrillers try any of:

Harlen Coben, Robert Crais, Simon Kernick, JA Kerley, Michael Marshall, Lee Child, John Connolly. Michael Connelly,

For some black humour you should check out Colin Batemen and Christopher Brookmyre.

I could go on and on. Let me knew what kinda of genres you like and i will try and make some more definitive suggestions.
#8
His Dark Materials Trilogy, The Road (Cormac McKarthy), Angels & Demons, I Am Legend. All great books!
#9
The 50th Law :thumbsup:
banned#10
#11
nickw90
Tell Me No Lies by John Pilger

S'appenin' brah?


im live o brah, you?


I thinking of a book that challenges the mind, not just a novel or something fiction.
[mod]#12
stevieglesga
If you like thrillers try any of:

Harlen Coben, Robert Crais, Simon Kernick, JA Kerley, Michael Marshall, Lee Child, John Connolly. Michael Connelly,

For some black humour you should check out Colin Batemen and Christopher Brookmyre.

I could go on and on. Let me knew what kinda of genres you like and i will try and make some more definitive suggestions.


Just finished the last of Harlen Cobens. They were great. Jeffery Deaver sis very good also.
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black gerbil1
im live o brah, you?


I thinking of a book that challenges the mind, not just a novel or something fiction.


You wont find anything more challenging than Iain Banks - Consider Phlebas.
#14
Katie prices books should be right up your street, chav to ceo in 3 easy steps.
#15
Enders Game by Orson Scott Card
#16
Catcher in the rye, Catch 22, 1984, War and Peace

4 of my favs :) Catcher in the rye is excellent, u should defo read it if you havnt before
#17
bible /thread
1 Like #18
barneydog
Generation Kill by Evan Wright


+1,Have you read " One bullet away ,The making of a marine officer " by Nathaniel Fick ( Nate Fick) ?
#19
How To Survive Identity Theft: Regain Your Money, Credit, And Reputation

David Holtzman
#20
Currently reading The Book of Joby (Mark J Ferrari) a 'thought provoking' contemporary epic fantasy loosely based on the book of Job - quite a hefty read but i'm enjoying it so far
From amazon: without giving anything away, the book involves God and Lucifer having the "same old stupid bet" for the umpteen thousandth time, with this time Gods candidate being a boy called Joby. The bet involves Lucifer trying to corrupt the boy by any means so that he eventually foresakes God, whilst God cannot get involved.
#21
black gerbil1
im live o brah, you?


I thinking of a book that challenges the mind, not just a novel or something fiction.


Go for "The Greatest Show on Earth" by Richard Dawkins or even the "God Delusion"

Two great books.
#22
tonyg1962;7371366
+1,Have you read " One bullet away ,The making of a marine officer " by Nathaniel Fick ( Nate Fick) ?


No but looking at the reviews I will pick it up, thanks for the suggestion :thumbsup:
#23
To Kill A Mockingbird-Harper Lee...classic
#24
7 Harry Potter books (srs)

only read them for the first time last year they were awesome (srs)
banned#25
#26
The Kite Runner

The Great Gatsby

The Wasp Factory

Enemy Combatant

Dan Brown Books
#27
Foundation.
banned#28
the tao of pooh benjamin hoff
banned#29
Is this one of those threads that involves BG asking for recommendations then saying stuff like "oh, that's beneath me, I need to be challenged on a wide intellectual field" ?
#30
thanks everyone for posting the works books poss
banned#31
Beano annual is cheap in Smiths
#32
if you like fantasy books (as in wizardy, lord of the rings type thing but less heavy going) good authors are
terry goodkind, ithink theres about 10 in his series, wizards first rule is the first one
raymond feist, has loads series/sagas, that are all somehow interlinked but you can start at the start of a saga and not have to read any previous, but the very first one is called 'magician'
robert newcomb, theres 6 in his so far, the first one is 'the 5th sorceress' (quite brutal parts in those)
and the artimis fowl books, i think the author is eoin coiffer (not sure of spelling) are good, they are aimed at the harry potter age readers, but i found them more adult then i expected
#33
Stranger in a strange land.
#34
if you want quality reading everyday of the week

daily mail
#35
anyone else thinking "Clockwork Orange" here?
#36
numptyj;7374516
if you want quality reading everyday of the week

daily mail

:lol:

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