Originally Posted by Kluivert
I read The Sicilian by Mario Puzo and The Claim by John Grisham while I was on holiday in Spain. I liked both books a lot, both books forced me to keep on reading till it was finished. I'm just finished another book by John Grisham, I believe the English title is 'Skipping Christmas', I haven't read such a piece of crap for a long time...
I should have read the cover more carefully
I started on 'The Last Don' by Mario Puzo last night, I've only read the prologue so I can't say much about it.
Next book on the list: Omerta by Mario Puzo
I love the Sicilian(reading it right now),such a good book.And I read Omerta and The last Don before The Sicilian.Which is the best one of Mario Puzo's books IMO.
I got a weird (new)habit of that If I read one book of a writer and really like it or love it,then I must read several of his other books.Recently read all of Nick Hornby's books(he hasnt written many).One book left til I finish Mario Puzo's books,.Read two of Doughlas Adams books (Hitch hikers guide to the galaxy
- my favourite book,and Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency
).Reading Oscar Wilde's Dorian Gray,anyone can recommend other Oscar Wilde books?
Before someone thinks I'm a freak
I dont read much throughout the year,just sometimes in the winter and everytime I have nothing else to do in the summer,in other words,a typical Holiday reader(and wen taking any sorts of collective transportations).I think I'll wait til next summer before I start with Tolstoy's stuff
Next authort I'm going through is Chuck Palahniuk (the author of fight club,already read two of his books).
Instead of asking of a book,any author you recommend?
P.S I thought it was obvious for everyone,but John Grisham is really a crap author
I should know,read most his crap wen I was young.