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  1. #1861

    Thumbsup Re: Chat/Discussion of books we've read, Book Recommendation


    super thankful ako sa thread na to..as in book overload.....andami ko nanamang mababasa cant wait to read them all...
    na hook nga ako kaka basa sa thread na eto kaya mag mamarathon talaga ako ng mga recom books...
    eto naman ang ilan sa mga faves q:
    >katherine nevile
    >jackie collins
    >laurell k hamilton
    >dean koonts
    ...sana madami pa kayong ma recommend na mga urban fantasy/paranormal books..
    _thanks talaga!!_

  2. #1862

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    hi there mga bookworms parecommend naman ng fiction books na about sa spilt personality. matatapus ko na kasi yung tell me your dreams e. thankyou po

  3. #1863

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    Hi,HELP PLEASE..... my daughter wanted to read "548 heartbet", anybody who read this book already? Any comments on its content?

  4. #1864

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    Hi People good day/!

    Im a Guy and currently into reading books.
    I've read books like the alchemist , five people you meet in heaven, the fault in our stars, and currently reading the broken empire series by mark lawrence.

    So far konti palang ang books na nababasa ko.
    Wala parin ako in a point where i can really admire/like/continue/reading books.

    Can someone recommend a good book na magugustuhan ko or ung best book na mababasa ng tao na magugustuhan mag basa ng book?

    also the thread consist of mostly females contributors.
    I want to read sana is from male perspective books. XD
    or female pero maganda siya


    Ang weird ko XD im into romance din! but male perspective sana haha
    hope someone can help recommend a good book na maeenganyo ako to continue reading books. TIA!
    dito ako nag post kasi mas gusto ko parin ung reply ng tao. kaysa sa post ng reviews reviews (i've read a lot of reviews)

  5. #1865

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    Quote Originally Posted by smurf7 [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    Hi People good day/!

    Im a Guy and currently into reading books.
    I've read books like the alchemist , five people you meet in heaven, the fault in our stars, and currently reading the broken empire series by mark lawrence.

    So far konti palang ang books na nababasa ko.
    Wala parin ako in a point where i can really admire/like/continue/reading books.

    Can someone recommend a good book na magugustuhan ko or ung best book na mababasa ng tao na magugustuhan mag basa ng book?

    also the thread consist of mostly females contributors.
    I want to read sana is from male perspective books. XD
    or female pero maganda siya


    Ang weird ko XD im into romance din! but male perspective sana haha
    hope someone can help recommend a good book na maeenganyo ako to continue reading books. TIA!
    dito ako nag post kasi mas gusto ko parin ung reply ng tao. kaysa sa post ng reviews reviews (i've read a lot of reviews)
    I highly recommend The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. It's lovely to read and very entertaining. It's so rare to find a book that is both a work of art and an engaging story. I felt this was something profound, a book that I fill come back to again and again.

    I also highly recommend Blood Song by Anthony Ryan. I can't let go this book till I finished reading it. The plot and twist make you wanting to read it more and more.

  6. #1866

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    @smurf

    well, good to know na may mga guys admitting na they like romance books

    re: males perspective, does the current New Adult books which is presented in 2 pov (point of view) fits your requirement? or you mean, male author, male pov books?

    do you want kilig books or kinda serious type romance books? you mentioned John Green kasi.

    male romance writer - Charles Sheehan-Miles [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]

    reco: Tangled by Emma Chase is written in male's POV (but of course the author is a woman).

    regarding books na mapapawow ka and will push you to read more and more, since di mo pa nadidiscover kung anong genre ang favorite mo mahirap magrecommend. reading kasi is subjective. one person might throw a gazillion praises for one book while another person might not like it at all, case in point: Twilight.

    side comment: Azhure recommends Rothfuss - The Name of the Wind, but for me it's just so-so (i'm just starting to read fantasy, and though this was highly recommended in Goodreads, I found the book too long and the ups and downs were jarring). Probably if I read it in another time, I might find it better than so-so, because there were instances naman sa book na natouch ako.

    but smurf, in case na you want to start Fantasy books - one good series is Kevin Hearne's Iron Druid Chronicles, you can start with this one: [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]

    (side comment 2: Azhure, I've been meaning to read Bloodsong but up to now has not started it. Everytime I see the number of pages nagbaback-out ako hahaha).
    Last edited by maysapaw; 6th Mar 2014 at 21:17.

  7. #1867

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    Quote Originally Posted by maysapaw [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    @smurf

    well, good to know na may mga guys admitting na they like romance books

    re: males perspective, does the current New Adult books which is presented in 2 pov (point of view) fits your requirement? or you mean, male author, male pov books?

    do you want kilig books or kinda serious type romance books? you mentioned John Green kasi.

    male romance writer - Charles Sheehan-Miles [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]

    reco: Tangled by Emma Chase is written in male's POV (but of course the author is a woman).

    regarding books na mapapawow ka and will push you to read more and more, since di mo pa nadidiscover kung anong genre ang favorite mo mahirap magrecommend. reading kasi is subjective. one person might throw a gazillion praises for one book while another person might not like it at all, case in point: Twilight.

    side comment: Azhure recommends Rothfuss - The Name of the Wind, but for me it's just so-so (i'm just starting to read fantasy, and though this was highly recommended in Goodreads, I found the book too long and the ups and downs were jarring). Probably if I read it in another time, I might find it better than so-so, because there were instances naman sa book na natouch ako.

    but smurf, in case na you want to start Fantasy books - one good series is Kevin Hearne's Iron Druid Chronicles, you can start with this one: [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]

    (side comment 2: Azhure, I've been meaning to read Bloodsong but up to now has not started it. Everytime I see the number of pages nagbaback-out ako hahaha).
    @maysapaw.
    Thanks for the reply and recommendations )

    Yeah what i meant is a male POV type not a (Male male gay thing *no offenses to others) XD

    I'll try tangled nagtaka lang ako puro fan girls nag cocomment sa goodreads though male perspective siya hehe.

    Medyoo off din ako sa high number of pages napapabackout ako haha.
    Medyo tinatamad na rin ako pag fantasy books all ive read are same old stories fantasy books.(Maybe i just havent read a good fantasy book though)

    Maybe Kilig books nalang siguro para maka kuha pa kong techniques not into serious type books
    I just read fault in our stars kasi medyo catchy ung title and nirecommend lang sakin un so i just give it a try. hehe

    also if you can recommend good reads in life na ndi boring which where i can learn things and apply those in life. i can give it a try.


    I just read books for past time just feeding my mind kaysa puro games etc. also expanding my vocabularies na rin haha.

    Thanks again maysapaw!

  8. #1868

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    naku smurf

    mahirap maghanap ng male author na kilig type na romance books. they tend to write the serious type of romance. well...there's Nicholas Sparks pala...hmmmm....have you read The Notebook? or The Choice (<-- I recommend this)?

    yung Kevin Hearne na books, super funny fantasy sya kaya baka magustuhan mo. and the book is not that long either, so win-win situation.

    i'm currently hooked din with Larry Coreia's Monster Hunter series so you might want to give it a try as well.

    nothing wrong with reading a few pages of these books dahil...well...libre naman sya di ba

  9. #1869

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    Quote Originally Posted by miharu143 [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    hi there mga bookworms parecommend naman ng fiction books na about sa spilt personality. matatapus ko na kasi yung tell me your dreams e. thankyou po
    All Around the Town by Mary Higgins Clark

    When Laurie Kenyon, a twenty-one-year-old student, is accused of murdering her English professor, she has no memory of the crime. Her fingerprints, however, are everywhere. When she asks her sister, attorney Sarah, to mount her defense, Sarah in turn brings in psychiatrist Justin Donnelly. Kidnapped at the age of four and victimized for two years, Laurie has developed astounding coping skills. Only when the unbearable memories of those lost years are released can the truth of the crime come out—and only then can the final sadistic plan of her abductor, whose obsession is stronger than ever, be revealed.

  10. #1870

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    recent read:

    The Martian by Andy Weir - 4.5 stars (actually bawas .5 stars dahil sa maliit na bagay lang (which you may not notice at all when reading). This is a sci-fi (well, c'mon, the title says it all ), it's like Castaway meets Gravity, highly recommended


    Quote Originally Posted by miharu143 [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    hi there mga bookworms parecommend naman ng fiction books na about sa spilt personality. matatapus ko na kasi yung tell me your dreams e. thankyou po
    Not books but movies - Primal Fear (Richard Gere - ehhhh...may caveat ako dito....anyways this was based on a book by William Diehl) and Identity (John Cusack) are pretty good movies on split/dissociative personality. These movies are really heavy on the suspense/thriller aspect, not like Sidney Sheldon's book.
    Last edited by maysapaw; 6th Apr 2014 at 14:13.

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