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Probably Jodi Picoult, I love her books and she's the author I have read the most of
i don't really have a favorite but john stanford and iris johanson are definetly two that i really like. they write books that make a person laugh, think and see just how bad we can be and how good we can be.
Ann Rand! I recently got into reading and I just love the way she writes! I find myself getting caught up and in a sense 'lost' (in a good way) in her books!
Neil Gaiman, without a doubt. His works have made me laugh, brought me to tears and left me thinking long after I've closed the book.
There's a kind of magic that breathes throughout his work, and makes everything seem a little dream-like. An amazing writer
Gabriel García Márquez, his style is better known for the use of "magical realism." this is usually characterized by elements of the fantastic woven into the story with a deadpan sense of presentation. His best book - One hundred years of solituded - is one of the best novels in history.
Let me say john Grisham, i have been reading his work for years, he just have the suspense, i do tell my friends 'if you're hypertentic please dont read Grisham or else you would die before the last page'
I love Anne Frank simply because despite the fact that she've been through a lot at young age, she've been an inspiration. She said that she believes that in spite of everything, people are truly good at heart and I do believe it too.
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Can you name one author who has never had one of his/her books go out of print?Hint - the author I am thinking of is a fiction writer.
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Suze Orman just plain scares me. I'm not saying shes a bad person. After all the sub prime mortgage mess and crappy economy shes starting to get more and and more media attention as the "It" financial guru to...
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What is your all time favourite book and why?
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