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Whats The Most Interesting Novel You've Ever Read?

mhmmm for me, its Shadow of Desire by Fela Dawson and Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers.

OMGshh i can read them again and again,

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Hi pls does anyone have or know how I can get either of these books

The Fading Realm

Stories of the Realm

Both by Phil Alcock

Pls kindly email me at degbads@yahoo.com

Thanks

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Monkey wrench by Nancy martins, Twisted by John Glatt, class crush by Kate kenyon, Two o'clock eastern wartime by John Dunning. All interesting!

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john grisham's the firm.

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I think its title is The Second Lady.

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Evan Hunter-Criminal Conversation

Pat Conroy- The prince of tides

Fielding- Bridget Jones' diary

All seriously interesting!

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All i see is foreign books;may be i should incolcate the habit of reading more foreign...currently, my best novel is God father by mario puzo, and Anthills of the savanah by Chinua Achebe.Plsss i need books to read, can't find what i want in Bonny island.

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I'm a huge fan of nigerian literature....I guess I'm a bit biased towards the female writers and recently go for the modern looking ones..(in case you don't know, i like to judge a book by its cover and so the more pretty and put-together it looks, the more likely I am to read it)...My favourite book, however is "I do not come to you by chance" by Adaobi tricia Nwaubani...It had me on the floor....#good read

The Secret lives of Baba Segi's wives also had a good concept..

I got half of a yellow sun (Chimamanda Adichie) for my birthday...not bad, not bad..but don't understand her need to sexualise most of the book...

I had a phase a few years back where i was 'disproving Achebe"- Yep! I was on a mission to understand why his and his alone, was the only book to be read the world over and given tons of recommendations in literature and the like....so I read as many authors as I could before reading "things fall apart"-and ate my words....That book is a good write..it put me to shame..the way he describes everything is so vivid and detailed...

I also liked:

Buchi Emecheta's books...the whole lot! and

Sefi Atta..

Recently I have discovered Jude Dibia and love his 'Unbridled'..

I also love Elechi Amadi's "The concubine" and I have managed to read about ten pacesetters...

in the western world,however anything by John Grisham...Sidney Sheldon's 'master of the game' is one of my favourites as well...

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In d garden series by Nora Robert

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[quote author=in_sure]Angels & Demons.

Amen 2 dat. Angels and demons 4 sure is my best so far

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"Fantasy Island" by Karo Oforofuo

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Four kids (Ken, Nick, Paul and Telma) went to a children's camp in a far away Island to spend the holiday. On getting to the Island, they saw that the beauty which it once possessed was gone. The sun was blotted out by dark

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So many of them.

All James A. Michnener books

Roots by Alex Harley

From here to Eternity by James Jones

Mortal Friends by james Carroll

Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry

Julian by Gore Vidal.

These are the few I can recall now.

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I am surprised nobody mentioned, things fall apart by chinua achebe. I have read a lot of book, but in that book, you discover the beauty of talent

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I have read quite a lot of interesting novels, but Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe remains peerless. George Orwell's Animal Farm also stands out.

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The Fountainhead - Ayn Rand

I also love: master of the game (Sheldon), Sins (Judith Gould), These latter days (Laura Kalpakian, Kane and Abel/The prodigal daughter (Archer and Madame Bovary (Gustav Flaubert)

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I'm suprised no one mentioned any novel by James Hadley Chase...the BEST thriller writer...

I dont even know which of his novel is my favorite...

Knock Knock - Whos there?

The vulture is a patient bird.

Things men do.

I'd rather stay poor.

Eve.

The executioner.

The fast buck.

Well now my pretty.

Coffin from Hong Kong.

Make the dead walk.

Etc etc etc etc etc etc..

Gosh! There are so so many of them...

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sparkling Emerald by Roni T. Davies

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New Year's Day by Nina Ndubuisii - Maybe because I am biased, but so far its had excellent reviews and great feedback from the critics, its also being produced into a Blockbuster movie by Ruke Amata...

"Unknown to Nicholas his wife of eleven years has been having an affair with their Pastor who also happens to be his cousin although his wife is unaware of their ‘blood ties’ On New Year’s Day after accidentally knocking over his wife’s handbag, Nicholas finds ‘a note’ that sets off a chain of events. Secrets, sex, betrayal and revelations abound in this hot and Intimate story".

On sale all over Nigeria and Ghana and on line for the rest of the world.

Visit www.ninasthoughts.com to find out how you can get a copy.

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It's actualy very hard to tell among;

Master of the game

Doomsday Conspiracy

Bloodline

Sands of time

Rage of angels

Windmills of the Gods-Sheldon

Parsifal Mosaic

Lazarus Vendetta-Ludlum

Eleventh Commandment

Kane and Abel

Prisoner of birth-Archer

Client

Partner

Testament-Grisham

Point of Impact-Stephen Hunter

Zanzara-Michela Morgan

Random Winds-Belva Plain

Day of the Jackal-Fred Forsythe

There are loads of others; Steele, Dan brown, Dav Baldacci, dale brown, tom clancy, Patterson, v.c Andrews, j.t Edson, Louis L'amour, chase, Nick carter, john creasy,Charles dickens,Mark Twain Agatha christie, Robbins...e.t.c..

I also saw some good authors in previous posts; orwell, Hayley,Clavell, Puzo, Bronte...Kudos to d posters..

Dude it's a good habit..u shud indulge too..ur English is suffering.

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Master of the game-sydney sheldon

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The other side of midnight - Sidney Sheldon

Master of the game - Sidney Sheldon

Prince of Tides

Dolores Claiborne - Stephen King

Twilight

Rage of Angels - Sidney Sheldon

Valley of Dolls - Jacqueline Susanne

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I have not come across any better triller than Sidney Sheldon's BLoodline and , infact Mario Puzo's collectionS.

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[color=#990000][/color]Mine's ''HARRY POTTER"....by "J.K. ROWLINGS". Tis the best. ;DMine's ''HARRY POTTER"....by "J.K. ROWLINGS". Tis the best.

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Numerous indeed.Let me take them by Series.

PACESETTERS, The Hopeful Lovers,On the Road by KALU OKPI.

AFRICAN WRITER SERIES,Weep not Child by Ngugi wa Thiong'o because it was a classic.

Flowers and Shadows by Ben Okri

Measuring Time by Helon Habila

Soyinka's The Trials of Brother Jero

Robert Ludlum's The Moor's Last Sigh

The Client,The Broker.

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There are so many!...what comes to mind now is The Black Jewels Series by Bishope Anne...but i must cut cap for Francine Rivers' Mark of the Lion Series...the world of books-my second home

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Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Made an interesting read even tho I wasn't entirely happy with the theme of doomed love/obssession! The end didn't even please me as much as I wanted. Luved it anywais as I couldn't stop flipping through the pages

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Da Vinci Code. Vry interesting piece

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any novel by Dan Brown blows my mind.

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The Godfather By Mario Puzo. Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code is another favorite.

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Animal kingdom by george orwell

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fƠ̴̴̴̴̴̴͡® local ȋ̝̊̅†'s

'The Concubine'-Elechi Amadi

fƠ̴̴̴̴̴̴͡® foreign ȋ̝̊̅†'s 'Thrill'-Jackie Collins

Love doz books a lot

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The Mark of the Lion series by Francine Rivers. Great series

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i am deeply in love with rich dad poor dad by robert kiyosaki.

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the day after tomorrow was written by robert ludlum ad not alan folston

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sidney sheldon's sands of time, inshort all sidney sheldon novels

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Shogun by James Clavell

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Am surprise people have time to read novels.

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Beautiful! Alan Folsom!! Darn good story!!

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I think mine's got to be Roots by Alex Haley.

Great book and even greater movie.

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The other woman - irving wallace

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d book u are Referin 2 is"THE DAY AFTER TOMMOROW" By Alan Folsom. BLOODY gud Book. Read it a few years ago. Funny nobody has mentiond it on Nairaland b4 now.. Av bin waitin 4 dis day.

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Angels & Demons.

Then there's another one but I hv 4gotten d name, where d head of adolf hitler was being preserved in some high tech facility while a cloned set of twins were bred: hitler's head was to be carried by d body of one of these twins...pls anybody remind me

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Mine is "1984" by George Orwell.....

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Da vinci code. So so inspiring

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Resurrection by Tolstoy.

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The atonement child- Francine Rivers!

A time to kill- John Grisham

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Mine is Incident at Twenty mile by Travanian. It rocks.

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The Secret History by Donna Tartt. It's about a group of eccentric classic

students in search of some sort of eternal high who murder one of their

own.That's not giving away the end;the book is in two parts,part 1 is the

lead up to the murder and part 2 is the aftermath of it.I'm still looking for

another book to rival it in its intricacy as essentially a study of human behaviour.

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This Present Darkness - Frank Pereti,

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