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    I can’t stop thinking about The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Robert Heinlein and just how good it is. At least for me, it took a bit to get into it and then I just could not put it down.

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    Oh so many, I just love books!

    Corean Chronicles - L.E.Modesitt J.R.

    Doorways in the Sand by Roger Zelazny

    The Chronicles of Master Li and Number Ten Ox - Barry Hughart

    The Cat Who Walks Through Walls by Robert A. Heinlein

    Phule's Company series by Robert Asprin

    Leaphorn & Chee series by Tony Hillerman

    Marcus Didius Falco series by Lindsey Davis

    Duncton Chronicles series by William Horwood

  3. #63
    Good to see Heinlein mentioned in two consecutive posts, not sure if I have read either of those, but 'Stranger in a strange land' was excellent as I remember. There was another, a tome, that was about people who had been exiled to the moon returning some generations later, can't remember the title, but I am pretty sure it was him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olly Buckle View Post
    Good to see Heinlein mentioned in two consecutive posts, not sure if I have read either of those, but 'Stranger in a strange land' was excellent as I remember. There was another, a tome, that was about people who had been exiled to the moon returning some generations later, can't remember the title, but I am pretty sure it was him.
    You could be referring to The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. It revolves around the lunar colony revolting against the Earth.

    Highly recommended.

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    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and Misery. Someone should combine the two, lol.

  6. #66
    All of Tim Dorsey's novels
    "The Onion Girl," by Charles De Lint
    "The Book Thief"
    Clive Clevenger's, "The Contortionist's Handbook"
    Everything by Ray Bradbury
    "A Rose For Emily"
    "The Tell Tale Heart" and really, anything by Poe
    "Burning Chrome," "Virtual Light," "Johnny Mnemonic," and "All Tomorrow's Parties," by William Gibson
    "Snowcrash"
    "Market Forces," by Richard K. Morgan
    "Flowers For Algernon"
    "The Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein"
    "Frankenstein"
    "Moby Dick"
    "Ender's Game"
    "Like A Charm," by Karin Slaughter
    "The Monsters of Grammercy Park"
    "Never Let Me Go"
    "The Hardboiled Wonderland And The End of the World"
    "A Wild Sheep Chase"
    "Remains of the Day"
    Anything and everything about Van Gogh
    "Handbook To Higher Consciousness"
    "Illusions"
    Just about anything by Chuck Palahniuk
    Paper Towns by John Green
    Just about anything by Hunter S. Thompson

    Jeez....... There are probably hundreds more...
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    My Favourite novel is douluo dalu and I read all the chapters of douluo dalu novel online. This is one of the best novel.
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    It is a bit of an iceberg but rather an enjoyable read none the less. The Otherland books by Tad Williams are great. I think the 4 books together surpass ~5000-6000 pages. They go in the order: City of Golden Shadow, River of Blue Fire, Mountain of Black Glass and Sea of Silver Light. It took me a few weeks to get through all 4 books, but as I stated it was well written and I enjoyed it.

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    "Iceberg" reminded me of "Miss Smilla's feeling for snow" by Peter Hoeg. That was good.
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    The Mists of Avalon - Marion Zimmer Bradley (though it is necessary for me to separate the art from the artist on this one)
    The Night Circus - Erin Morgenstern
    The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man's Fear - Patrick Rothfuss
    All the Harry Potter books, but especially Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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    and Seveneves - Neal Stephenson
    and my all time favorite of all time... The Catcher in the Rye - JD Salinger

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