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Anybody want to advise me on what book to read next? I'm thinking something mystical,...
sexy, vampirey ...
The Third Eye by Lobsang Rumpa and The Satanist by Dennis Wheatley.
Hmmm... a really good fantasy I read was Inkheart by Cornelia Funke. No vampires, but tons of otherwise interesting and intriguing characters.
Ummm. if you haven't read the Twilight saga, despite the rage and the critisism, it is actually very well written (except the ending to the 4th on, I fear) and the books are WAAAAAy better than the movie.
The Eragon trilogy by Christopher Paolini is astonishingly well-writtten. No vampires there either but all are fast-paced and exciting reads.
Have you read Siddhartha by Herman Hesse?
Oh, wait, I didn't see the vampire and sexy part. Never mind that then. (Sexy vampires and mystical go together?).
Thanks for all your suggestions guys! I reading up about these books online to see they make the cut.
@ Michael Durden, well maybe mystical didn't go with the sexy vampires thing...i just couldn't think of a good word. lol
I don't know of any sexy, vampirey ones, but The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is a great mystical read. Of course. there's always my all time favorite, Journey to the West by Wu Cheng'en. Be warned the book is broken into 4 parts, and will total at a little over 1,000 pages. Still, if you have the chance, it's a great read. It's the inspiration for the wildly popular anime Dragonball Z.
The chronicles of Amber, The white Dragon series, or the Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy trilogy
I suggest George R.R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" series. He is a fantastic writer and his stories are gripping! HBO is actually turning the first book into a TV series, so if you start reading it now you could be all caught up by the time the show airs! Unless you've already read it. In that case you already know how great he is. Happy reading!
No vampires though, sorry.
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