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Couldnt find the old thread, so thought Id do a new one

Just finished Winter Moon by Dean Koontz

Absolutely gripping couldnt put it down

All of his books are so different, really enjoy them

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I've got that on my Kindle - I'll give it a whirl when I've finished with Mr Pratchett !

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I've just been given Sail by James Patterson. And told how good it is.

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oh yes I enjoy Patterson too 2thumbsup.gif

Havent read that one yet

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The Long Earth TP latest collaboration. Well written (as to be expected) & thought provoking. Don't want to finish it really. :-)

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There's two books that I have no problem re-reading - The Stand by Stephen King and Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein (And it's not really SCi Fi !)

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Just finished reading the phone book by british telecom. Not much of a plot, but loads of charaters, then a load of polish people turn up at the end. Don't think it'll make the best sellers list.

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My all time favourite, A Stone for Danny Fisher - Harold Robbins.

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