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Maybe I will try Harry Potter at some point.
I think your right about movies... many a good book has been ruined on the silver screen. But at least the book will still be around after the movie has been forgotten.
As for the best book I've ever read? Thats a tough one. Probably a book written by a Jewish woman who was persecuted by the nazi's in WW2. There are only about 15 copies ever printed and it's one of the most emotive and fascinating life stories I've read. I also liked "Six Against the Rock" - manily because I like true stories of Alcatraz!
No I didn't intend to be sarcastic! You gave the Harry Potter books all 5* so I presumed you must lvoe them a lot. I can't decide whether to read them. I've seen the first film but am not sure whether to take the plunge and read the books. What is the best thing you have read if you don't mind me asking?
The only way to read my Dead Loop novel at the moment is Kindle.. or the "Kindle for PC" free program that can be downloaded for laptops. But that is probably way too much trouble to read one book!
It's a shame, but thanks for taking an interest. I can't see you reading on a laptop or PC unless you are absolutely blown away by the concept of the book!
You can read more about the Dead Loop if you like at www.Dead-Loop.com
Hello Emma, from England.
I see you read some more intriguing fiction in the likes of "Life of Pi" and "The Pact".
Other than Harry Potter, what is the best book you have ever read?
I’m searching for someone like you who has a good interest in fiction, with an interesting shelf that might be interested in trying out my novel trilogy "The DEAD LOOP". It is easy to read, emotive and a unique psychological thriller mystery about a man that dies every single day but has no idea why.
Part 1 is free on Kindle every 18 days or so, or 99c normally.
If it intrigues you at all and want to check it out, I would very much appreciate any feedback.