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    Your Favorite Book(s) ?

    So guys what would be your favorite book of all times and who would be your most favorite author?

    I like
    The DaVinci Code- Dan Brown
    The Lord of the Rings Triology -JRR Tolkien
    The Bourne Trilogy- Robert Ludlum

    I like Tom Clancy's and Robin Cook's works

    A thread similar to this was posted in 2002 but we have new members that's why i started this thread
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    One of my fav series is the Jack Whyte Skystone series...awaiting the next one

    Favorite Author Morgan Llwellyn

    Fav book...wavers between Marion Zimmer Bradleys "Mists Of Avalon" ,Jack Whytes "Uther" Morgan Llwellyns "Grainia"

    I love historical fiction

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    So is this just fiction?

    Robert R Mccammon - Swan Song, Stinger, etc. etc.

    Clive Barker - Imagica, The Great and Secret Show, etc. etc.

    Anne Rice - Any of the Vampire novels, The Servant of the Bones

    Anthony Burgess - A Clockwork Orange

    The DragonLance novels



    Eh, there's too many to name.
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    I like Richard Morgan right now. Altered Carbon was his first published book.
    I liked Alastair Reynolds first few books but his last couple have been a bit crap. Now I'm getting into Neal Asher's Polity series.

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    Digital Fortress, Deception Point, Da Vinci Code, ANgels & Demons....all by Dan Brown, all are awesome. He's currently my favorite writer. Maybe because those are all the bokks i read :-D
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    Alan Grant writer for the LOBO series !

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    Ken Follett's are good. Moslty spy/wwII stuff but he has some in other areas.

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    Originally posted here by Egaladeist
    Alan Grant writer for the LOBO series !
    LOBO Rocks!!!!!
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    Morgan, I also enjoyed The Mists of Avalon tremendously. Very good book.

    It really depends on the day and what my mood is what my favorite book is. I love them all!

    Today, I'd say it's Beach Music by Pat Conroy. However anything by Anne Rice, Pat Conroy, Dorothea Benton Frank. I love southern writers. I love supernatural books. I love all books really, but those are at the top of my list today.
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    Duncan Falconer - First into action

    Andy Mcnab - Bravo two zero

    Matthew Reilly - Contest, Temple, Ice Station, Area 7 and Scarecrow

    I'm not entirely sure about the order but it is probably close to being right.

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