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A classic thrill ride from the King, if perhaps a little predictable. His characters are as in-depth and believable as ever, and the ending will leave you reaching for more pages that aren't there. It stays with you, you think about it. I like that it follows the classic perception of a vampire, and picks up on the sexual concepts too. If you want a quick and easy thriller, this is the one.
Man and Wife
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Parsons is one of the most sensitive writers I've come across, accurately tracking Harry Silver as he discovers what life is like through love, divorce and parenthood. A heartwarming book about discovery, and one pretty much anyone can relate to. You'll laugh, gasp, your eyes will well with tears and you''ll close the last page with a smile on your face.
Shades of Grey
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One of the most original, inventive and intriguing books I have ever read. It takes a while to get used to the concept of colour perception, but once you get there, each turn of the page has something new and exciting for you. Dry humour, and some extremely clever puns and twists on our modern society. A colourful read, in more ways than one! Sometimes requires you to think and ponder over an idea before you understanding, which juts drags you further into the future world.
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It took me a long time to overcome my loathing for the Twilight saga in order to pick up this book. I don't regret it. Meyer hasn't gotten too stuck in Twilight, and managed to produce something very different. I enjoyed the scientific element along with the Wuthering Heights- like love triangle between Melanie and Ian and Jared. A believable sci-fi.