- Cincinnati, OH, USA
- member since May 21, 2011
from across the pond in England.
Congratulations on being retired.
I see how much you enjoyed ‘Replay' by Ken Grimwood.
Having now read it myself, I agree with you that it's definitely a great book.
I’m searching for someone like you who appreciates the more original and interesting fiction that might be interested in trying out my novel trilogy "The DEAD LOOP". It is a unique psychological thriller mystery about a man that dies every single day but has no idea why.
Shelfari readers say: “It is a book I found very difficult to put down. Once started just had to read to the end to find out what was happening to him. Brilliant must read book.”
And: “I loved it and couldn’t put it down. Very easy to read and you are into it from the start. Best thing I’ve read since hunger games.”
“One of the most unique and original story plots that I have read in quite a long time....”
Part 1 on Kindle is only $1.25. It is also available on most formats such as Nook, Kobo and Apple.
If it intrigues you at all and want to check it out, I would very much appreciate any feedback.
Please feel free to let me know of any fiction you want to recommend for me to read!
Very best wishes,
Complete Trilogy edition (if you’re feeling bold!)
great see you there....I am under my name and have the same avatar as here, find one of our mutual boo and it will be easy to find me, I will be happy to have you as a freind there also.....
Good day and how is the latest Alex Berenson novel I have yet to read it.
Hi John, reading has been my favourite past time since childhood ( many many years ago) I do take quality time doing it most morning ( around 2 hours before 7.45am). You are right I haven't been here since December, although I do like this site a lot you will find my shelf a bit more complete at Goodread.com, please join me there, I think you will enjoy it also. Yes can't wait for Alex Berenson new one....
John, thanks for the note. I'm so glad to have helped you find a new way to enjoy books. Loading CDs is a bit labor intensive, but gives a good deal of flexibility. One more hint to you. As you begin loading CDs, you'll find that some CDs are not properly labeled by whoever burned them. When you find this on a particular cd, simply "find" the cd, using the iTunes Search feature. Then, Select all the cd's tracks and Get Info to enter the appropriate content information to make the cd Selectable to yourself when you want to listen to it. Enjoy your books and your travels!
John, thanks for the note. You're the first person interested in my book logic. I listen to audio versions of books on my iPod, iPhone. Most of my books are borrowed from the library in CD or Mp3 format. I load the cds into iTunes, and then sync to my I-device when I'm ready to read (listen). The reason I list the length of the book in Shelfari is for when I travel, I can choose my next book based on the length of the trip's travel time. For example, if my husband (who is not much of a reader) is traveling on an 8hr round trip with me, I can suggest a few books he can select from for our trip... Books of interest to both of us, that can be completed within one trip. We can both enjoy listening to the book together, the travel time seems to speed by, and we can finish the book by the time we return home. Shelfari works pretty slick in that I can download a list of books I plan to read, see how long the book will take to finish (because I enter the length of the book in my description), and my husband gets to feel like he chooses what we'll listen to from my list, since I keep several of-yet-read books on my I-device at any one point in time. Let me know if you find this set-up useful. Enjoy!
Yes recommend them all John, I prefer reading books in order although his books could also be read as standalone IMO. The 6th is out "The Shadow Patrol" it is on my TBR list
Try http://www.fictfact.com to keep your books in order. Let me know what you think.
I'm sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Most of the books I've read were part of my curriculum. But, I really enjoyed reading those classics. Basically, I'm from Kerala, is a different state, and I'm working in Chennai. Due to some personal problems I couldn't complete the book I was reading. I saw the book you add and hope I can get it from my library.