I haven't read that, Jenn, but I will look for it. I've read everything by John Grisham, Dean Koontz & most of Stephen King. Some female writers I like are Alice Hoffman & Lisa Unger. I read a bit of everything but 'romance'.
I'm working my way through all the Grisham books. I also like James Patterson, Peter James and Ian Rankin. One of our local pubs has shelves of books where you can leave the ones you've read and pick up some you haven't. Great idea.
@jenn823, I heard Defending Jacob is a good read. I haven't read it.
I enjoy Dean Koontz books and have read 30 of his books. A few of his most recent books haven't been the same quality of writing style as previous books of his. I think Watchers is still one of his best works.
I like John Grisham books too and have read a few. James Rollins books are a good read. I also read a lot of poetry and prose, by both classical poets and writers and more recent poets and writers.
I'll read any book that catches my fancy and interest. I agree, @penny, you referred to it as heaven. It's nice to open a book and immerse yourself in a new and different world.
I have to admit, I'm no longer an avid reader. I have a little trouble with my eyes causing slight dyslexia, which make it not so pleasant for me to read a lot. I generally read non-fiction, a little at a time.
The last thing I read - I dipped into "A Course in Miracles" - author unknown.
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