Koontz!...not to insult people's particular tastes, but Koontz?? Stephen King is king when it comes to fantasy thrillers, and while Koontz has had some memorable characters (such as Odd Thomas) there really is no comparison!
I'll agree with most of that but I have swap Jane Austen for Oscar Wilde. And now I'm off to find out about James Baldwin because I've never heard of him. Ooh I just remembered HG Wells, Jules Verne, Robert Heinlein I could go on all night
Stephen King James Patterson (easy read but entertaining) David Brin Judy Blume (I know I read her when I was younger but she is awesome, you have to admit....remember, Dear God, It's me Margaret, totally related to that book and many others) Many others but I will start with these...oh, J.R. Ward for her fab vampire series....love her.
Anthony Burgess (A Clockwork Orange) Jimmy Breslin (The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight is gutbustingly hilarious) and when I'm in a lighter mood, I enjoy Dick Francis because I grew up on horseracing.
Hi, it has got to be Diane Gabaldon, if you have'nt read her books you are missing out on a whole world of brilliance, she has written about eight books in her series about a woman who travels back through time, and meets jamie fraser a scotsman, at the time of culloden. it does'nt seem like reading a book, it really should be made into a film. once you start you won't be able to stop.
I tend to read a lot. Fiction, non-fiction, it does not matter. Some books do more for me than others. I enjoy many different genres but if I had to narrow my selection down to just one author I would have...
Besides the follow button might I suggest a Favorite Author button that has a function of elevating specific writers above those that you follow. The perk would be that a Favorite Author's work would always appear in...