I have no more books to read. Can anyone recommend any good books please?I have no more books to read. Can anyone recommend any good books please? Lucy #recommend
@Susie any genre
@Susie nowhere child by Christian White. I’m halfway done and it is awesome.
@Karen thank you I’m gonna get it now
@Lucy try historical romance.
I am currently reading Gabriel’s Inferno and Birthday Girl.
@Susie Have you read ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’ by Gail Honeyman? It’s so good?
Synopsis: Eleanor Oliphant leads a simple life. She wears the same clothes to work every day, eats the same meal deal for lunch every day and buys the same two bottles of vodka to drink every weekend.
Eleanor Oliphant is happy. Nothing is missing from her carefully timetabled life. Except, sometimes, everything.
One simple act of kindness is about to shatter the walls Eleanor has built around herself. Now she must learn how to navigate the world that everyone else seems to take for granted – while searching for the courage to face the dark corners she’s avoided all her life.
Change can be good. Change can be bad. But surely any change is better than… fine??
@Sadhna okay I will I love a bit off historical books ?
@Lucy Julia Quinn and Lisa Kleypas.
@Sadhna thank you for the recommendations
@Paula I need to read that
@Paula it’s fab hen & hen is mentioned as well☺️
Anything by Diane Chamberlain for me.
@Paula agree! One of best of best of last year
Noise Downstairs by Linwood barclay.
The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson.
Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult
Friction by Sandra Brown
@Susie thank you
Tradd Street Series by Karen White
The Alice Network
Harry Potter, The Great Library series
I’m currently reading The Uses of Enchantment by Bruno Bettelheim, The Blue Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, Peter Pan by JM Barrie, Smart Women by Judy Blume (I loved Forever…, Are you there God? It’s me, Margaret, and Wifey) – great light reading! Just finished The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell and I think I’m in love with him. The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King and The Hobbit by Tolkien are my favorites ever!
Good job reading all your books, Lucy!
Sycamore by Bryn Chancellor.
Perfume by Patrick Süskind.
Notes On An Exhibition by Patrick Gale.
The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce.
Awakened by James S. Murray & Darren Wearmouth.
Waiting For Columbus by Thomas Trofimuk.
The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen.
The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins.
Black Seconds by Karin Fossum.
The Tenderness of Wolves by Stef Penney.
@Rebecca Perfume was so good. I read it on a friends rec and loved it. It was so weird.
House of Leaves
Somewhere In Time
My year of rest and relaxation by ottessa moshfegh is exceptional
How is this even possible? ??
The Lord of the Rings by Tolkien or An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green…
It is according to what type of book you like to read. I usually go to Goodreads and look for books in a certain category – Just google Goodreads
Jeremy Robinson has about 70 ish books out. There are *reasons* I call this man the Modern Day Master of Science Fiction. If you like science fiction at all, he probably has something you’ll enjoy.
Historical romance, I’ve read several of late: Girls on the Line by Aimie K Runyan, The Liberty Garden by Rhys Bowen, The Spitfire Girls by Soraya M Lane, and The Beautiful Strangers by Camille di Maio.
Romance, check out Karen McQuestion’s Good Man, Dalton. Maggie Dallen writes excellent YA/ new adult romances. If you’re open to non-MF romance, check out Carly Marie, DJ Jamison, Pandora Pine, Mia Archer, Nicolette Dane, or Charlotte Reagan.
Yes I know some good ones
Have you ever tried the Nordic crime writers? I love Jo Nesbo, Camilla Lackberg and Emilie Schepp, to name just a few. Happy reading!
@Marion No I’ve never read any of them types off books before. Thank you for the recommendation! I’ll have a look for them now
Heaven by V.C Andrews
“The Interestings” and “The Wife” by Meg Wolitzer.
“Pillars of the Earth” by Ken Follett.
“Educated” by Tara Westover.
First time I see a reader posting this :)?
Necessary lies by diane chamberlain
Have you ever read Watership Down? Sooo good.
The World According To Garp.
Any book by Adele Parks… you’ll be grateful you did ?
Big Little Lies
The Hypnotist’s Love Story
Where The Crawdads Sing
We Were Mothers
Sometimes I Lie
Other People’s Houses
Luckiest Girl Alive
How To Walk Away
The River Widow
I’m currently hooked on John Connolly novels.
@Xochitl added to my TBR
Life of Pi or The Kite Runner
Go to the public library there are lots of books to choose from there.
Educated (nonfiction memoir, intense, excellent), There, There (intense, moving, a tad confusing), Stranger Inside (intense, compelling thriller), and if you want something light, Carolyn Haines’s Bones Series, and if you like cozies, romantic suspense, the Trouble/Familiar Legacy series. Here’s a link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FRK1R4T/?ie=UTF8&redirect=true&ref_=series_rw_dp_sw
Join bookgorrilla or bookbub to get a daily email with free and discounted books. Excellent selections, and you tell them what type of book you want. Here’s a link: https://landers.bookbub.com/covers/?source=ga_bookbub_exact&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI7b6F94P94AIVAQppCh1ZTA_nEAAYASAAEgKHGvD_BwE
CJ Sansome-any book a Mystery series, just great! Nightingale by Kristen Hannah, The Last Castle by Denise Kiernan, The Radium Girls by Kate Moore and so many more. Good luck! Happy Reading! ❤️??
The light keeper’s daughters by Jean Pendziwol
I don’t know your genre…but I loved The Kitchen House !
Set up a Goodreads account.
For every book I read .. 5/10/100 are in line that want to be read next..
Just started The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn. So far very good.
Thé Three Body Problem, by Cixin Liu
Bartimaeus trilogy by Jonathan Stroud …. Hilarious !!!!!
The Mirror by Marlys Millhiser
Replay by Ken Grimwood
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch
The Broken Girls by Simone St James
Relic by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
Time and Again by Jack Finney
Timeline by Michael Crichton
You live in London> Sphie Kinsella and Jenny Colgan.
Painted Veil by Somerset Maugham… I am reading it now