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Old 08-29-04, 07:54 PM   #16 (permalink)
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My favorite by far is Robin Cook.....

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Katharine Kerr, most definately my favourite, and i enthusiastically recommend her to anyone who likes celtic/welsh fantasy. her Deverry series is phenomenal and though it takes most that i recommend her to weeks to get around to checking her out not one person has been disappointed. i just adore this series and rather wish i could wipe my memory clean of reading it so i can experiance it all again, fresh. followed by...
Douglas Adams, and the rest are in no particular order...
Terry Pratchet, though i've only read Small Gods i was thoroughly impressed. it was hysterical...
Dean Koontz, i like a good scare now and again...
Robert Jordan, no commentary that's worth writing...
Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, dragonlance was good but i prefer their Death Gate Cycle, though i STILL haven't read all of it...
Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange is the only thing i know by him but it's a great one...
George Orwell, 1984...
and the list goes on.

i like to read. :-D

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Old 08-31-04, 10:06 AM   #18 (permalink)
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David and Leigh Eddings
Mercedes Lackey
Anne Rice
Dean Koonz
Piers Anthony -especially the Incarnation series
and the list goes on...
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Boy this could be a long list!!

Stephen King
Jean M. Auel
RA Salvatore
Anne Rice
Dean Koontz
John Saul
Piers Anthony
Brian Lumley
Shakespear
Richard Bachman (I know, I know)
Cant' remember the author but the Pendragon trilogy (Talisien, Merlin, Arthur) It is where I got my first Daughters name from. Charis was the atlantean princess, mother to Merlin.
As well as anything on Mythology or anthropology. I love reading about ancient cultures and belief systems
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John Grisham, any of his books dealing with law
Tom Clancy
Ayn Rand (Alright Mykee!!!)
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daniel quinn---he's great!
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Old 08-31-04, 08:08 PM   #22 (permalink)
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George Orwell
Hunter Thompson
Hemmingway
Aldous Huxley
J.R.R. Tolkien
Mark Kingwell

These are my all-time favourites...i think there may be more.

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Old 08-31-04, 08:42 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Science fiction:
Alan Dean Foster
Frank Herbert

Fantasy:
J.R.R.Tolkein (this is a given)
George R.R. Martin (you have to read his stuff if you like fantasy)

Realistic Fiction:
Tom Clancy
M.M. Kaye ("The Far Pavilions"!)
Colleen McColough ("The Thornbirds" is my favorite book)

I also liked every single book I had to read from middle school through high school and college, except Gone With The Wind, but I would probably like it if I read it again today.
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