One of the best threads is the 'Movies I recommend' thread because you get to hear about films which people think are good/bad so i was thinking we should a thread for books were people recommend and give their views on books they have read.
Cartman said:michael crichton.. sigh.. just reminded me of my old days.. i was obsessed with his work.
also dean koontz and stephen king. all their books are good.
nafajafam said:When recommending a book, also mention something about it.
Example what is it about, fiction, etc.
nafajafam said:Edgar Allen Poe was quite the character Cartsy. "Never, never again.." Beautiful piece of work.
Robo: Is that book in Urdu? My urdu unfortunately is very weak. I once read "Meer Afzal" as "Mera Fazal"
z10 said:James Patterson, with all due respect, is as skilled at english literature as Waqar and that is putting it politely
Slugger said:To Kill A Mockingbird
That is soo bloody long. I spent half a summer holiday trying to read that and I barely got half way through. Was a good read but the holidays finished and I just gave upoctavian said:War and Peace by Tolstoy...regarded as the best novel in history by many
Anna Karenina tolstoy again
in modern writers
Angels and Demons and The Da vinci code by dan brown
i will add more as i remember
z10 said:have not read this, but of what i have read i think Dickens is not as great a writer as he is made out to be.
lets start with humor
P.g wodehouse - code of the woosters, damsel in distress, joy in the morning... everything.
Dickens - Pickwick papers (not many people know about it, not mainstread but a great book)
Oscar Wilde - any of his plays really
Shaw - You Never can Tell, Man and Superman
Moliere - Don Juan, Miser