I feel like I've read anything everything I would consider reading that I know about far too many to elucidate but I have read the Dune series, Isaac Asimov's foundation novels, some of the hitchhikers guide to the galaxy books, starship troopers a lot of Robert Silverberg stuff, everything by Stephen King you can get including most of the Bachman books all of the Dean koonz novels I could get except for a few of the early ones which style I don't like quite as much. lots of Terry Pratchett Disk World Series the lion the witch and the wardrobe series, Lord of the rings trilogy, probably most of the most well-known science-fiction novels but some might have slipped through the cracks, so far I've gotten more than half a dozen good leads despite all of that, the braille Institute free matter for blind and dyslexic's will be opening an online library style browser soon just in time because I'm just about out of ideas and books so so it will be good to have some new names to browse with.Jordan wrote:Hard to make any recommendations without any knowledge of what you have or haven't already read.
Probably not well known is Anne Rices's "Sleeping Beauty" Trilogy, a little off the beaten path though Good Stuff !!!Firefighter880 wrote:...
you might try The Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice. Nelson DeMille is another good author
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