I love the books by Tuesday Lobsang Rampa
such as the first one known as The Third Eye
about growing up in Tibet. I love Anais Nin
. I have enjoyed Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code
But he is average to me as a writer. I loved the Narnia Cronicles
when I was a young-person... by C.S. Lewis
( a great man) Stephen King is good as a writer but I dispise being scared or grossed out so... he is not for me, but for those who like being scared out of their wits he is very good! And I really did enjoy watching The Stand
on the tele...(based on his book) mostly because I thought it was important...thought provoking work.
I love the writers who take you into the story and hold you like you are in a warm bath...and in another world...there are so many!
I really dont like T.C. Boyle (what a jerk!) his book Drop City was about hippies and he got it all so wrong
(i would know) the only great thing about it is the cover photograph which I love! I hated the way he ruined his story Tortilla Curtain too, it had so much potential to be a good story.
...another book to avoid is Three Naughty French Novels this book made me feel so sick to my stomach! I hated it so much that I threw away the book before finishing it and I have never thrown away a book in my life! It was utterly disgusting
and sick...no you wont like it..believe me!
I love erotic
writing such as Anais Nins
work... but that book of short stories was just very awful and so nasty... it is more about mixing sex with death and with uggghhh! Nevermind ...it's just repulsive.
I prefer to read about Tibet, and things that inspire a person... and Patrick French
did a great book about Tibet, called Tibet,Tibet
is a classic book that I really enjoyed.
Well i have said enough!