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James McClung
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King is one of my favorites, of course.

H.P. Lovecraft is also one of my favorites. In the past, I've also read a lot of Richard Matheson, Harlen Ellison, and Joyce Carroll Oates. Occasionally, I'll read Michael Chrichton.

Harry Potter is also an extremely guilty pleasure.

I like escapist reading (although I wouldn't call Oates escapism).


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Stephen King and Michael Crichton mostly, but now I'm reading Cristopher Paolini's Inheritance and all the Dan Brown books.
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Chuck Palahniuck, Daivd Sedaris, Mark Bowden, and Shakspeare of course
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Steve Aylett, Raymond Chandler, and JJ Connolly.


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Chuck Palahniuck, Harry Potter, Lemony Snicket, Stephen King, Janet Evanovich has a rather amusing series of novels about a woman named stephanie plum who is really girly but she is a bounty hunter. lots of laughs and plenty of mysterie and suspense there. I also enjoy Thoman Harris, The occational James Patterson and even (a very guilty pleasure) those trashy Harlequin romance novels. I like the Blaze series, and the Intrigue Eclipse series.
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Christopher Paolini, Lemony Snicket, Ursula K. Leguin, and right now I'm reading C.S. Lewis's "Chronicles of Narnia"
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Chuck Palanhuik (i think that's how you spell it, too lazy to get the book out and check) i have invisible monsters and haunted by him and both are great books. I actually really really want to adapt invisible monsters into a screenplay as i think it'd make an amazing, albiet controversial movie. He wrote fight club if you don't know who he is and he got away with some of the more controversial stuff in that.

I also like John Grisham, the testament being my favorite of his.


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I'm really into an author named Ted Dekker.  He is primarily a Christian artists, with his novel have a religious tone over them.

I highly recommed his books called The Circle Trilogy(Black, Red, and White).  They are about a man who expierances two realities.  When he falls asleep in one he wakes up in the other and he must use the resources in one reality to help him in the other reality.  Its kinda technical but interesting nonetheless.


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