Monday, April 9, 2007

Help: what to read

the last book i read was the kite runner, which i loved; they're making a movie of it - coming out in November of this year, yey !

and now i'm reading Freakonomics, which is amusing.

i'm almost done with it so i need a recommendation on what to read next, pronto !

ideas ?


Kinan said...

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time
Bag of Bones
The Pilot's Wife

A Short History of Nearly Everything
The World is Flat
Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea

These are off the top of my head. Check out my blog's libraryThing widget for more books if you want :)

eshda3wa said...

i know this much is true
by wally lamb

its a really good book

or secrets of an ancient goddess
i forgot the author
but its set in a culture where women are worshipped

woulnt u have loved to live there :)

Joud said...

thanks guys ! will def check some of these out; make a quick stop at virgin

KJ said...

Oh Kinan is at it again with all his book preaching.

The fiction he suggested though, is good. As for the non-fiction, well, looooool, he's quite a fanatic when it comes to ridiculous books :P

I suggest you take a break from reading and go over to your nearest store and get an XBOX 360 with Gears of War.

Joud said...

kj: really... no thanks

Elijah said...

I liked The Kite Runner, but the ending was a bit commercialized wasn't it?

It was a good read though on the whole.

I'll just steal the books they wrote cuz I can't think of anything.

Joud said...

elijah: the ending wasn't really commercial since it wasn't completely ideal; however i have to agree that there were some unrealistic coincidences

jumping translocation said...

Margaret Atwood
Kazuo Ishiguro
Ian MacEwan
Martin Amis
Ayn Rand
giving you solid reasons to sit at home every weekend and to not have to think of what might have been in Dubai.

Joud said...

thanks a bunch !