I have allt his money to spend on books, because I haven't gone book shopping in a while, any suggestions?
I tend to like fantasy, historical fiction always works too.
Basically, what are some of your favourite books and why do you think I might like them? :p
A good suggestion and I will love you forever :)
A list is good :) but whenever I say I like something I always feel the need to explain why, because thats me! Its whatever you want to do :P
I second Sometimes a Great Notion.
not sure which flavor of fantasy you prefer, but Jim Butcher has two very different series you could check out.
i'm also a big fan of Goodkind's Sword of Truth series
and David Eddings
Oooh I just went and spent all of my money on books too so here is a small list of some of the things I bought
1984- George Orwell
The Wind Up Bird Chronical- Haruki Murakami
The Book Thief (one of my favourite books of all time)- Markus Zusak
The Eragon series (if you haven't already read)- Christopher Paolini
1Q84- Haruki Murakami
I had to read the book thief for school, safe to say I was finished before everyone else was halfway through and almost got docked marks for spoiling the book for other people because I just wanted to talk about it !
I think you'd really like The Red Necklace it's a fantasy/historicial fiction book that takes place during the French Revolution, it's a childrens novel but i read it when i was a 14 and i still liked it. Also the picture of Dorian Gray is absolutley brilliant and i'd reccomend it to anyone who loves to read.
Have an awesome time buying books :)
I really liked Ken Follet's Pillars of the Earth and World without end. If you don't know them they take place in mideaval England and over centuries where you follow a specific city and their struggle to build a cathedral. They're a bit long, but worth it.
ok, second to suggest this... near me recently. clearly i need to get a move on with my current reading list.
Cecelia Ahern - Where Rainbows End, PS I Love You
Melissa Bank - The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing
Jackie Collins - Poor Little Bitch Girl
Meg Cabot - Size 12 is not Fat; Size 14 is not Fat Either
James Corden - May I Have Your Attention, Please?
Stephen Chbosky - The Perks of being a Wallflower
Frederick Forsyth - The Phantom of Manhattan
Elizabeth Gilbert - Eat, Pray, Love
John Green - Looking for Alaska
Nick Hornby - Slam
Victor Hugo - Les Miserables
Kazuo Ishiguro - Never Let Me Go
Dorothy Koomson - My Best Friend’s Girl, Goodnight Beautiful, The Cupid Effect, Marshmallows For Breakfast
CS Lewis - The Chronicles of Narnia Saga
Gaston Laroux - The Phantom of the Opera
Audrey Niffenegger - The Time Traveller’s Wife
David Nicholls - Starter For Ten
Phillip Pullman - The Broken Bridge
JK Rowling - The Harry Potter Saga, Tales of Beedle the Bard
Liz Rettig - My Now or Never Diary; My Dating Disasters Diary; My Desperate Love Diary
Anthony Rapp - Without You: A Memoir of Love, Loss and the Musical RENT
Meg Rosoff - How I Live Now
Nicholas Sparks - The Last Song
Louis Sachar - Holes
Judy Waite - Forbidden
A Song of Ice and Fire for sure!
A few reasons, you probably will be reading it along with friends as it is a pretty trendy read at the time, and you will also be able to be able to keep pretty good pace with the Game of Thrones TV show!
Also the character development and intertwining storylines are truly awesome to behold...if you haven't read them yet you'll love them!