Mmmm, I have lots of favourites. I really like ‘Moominvalley in November’ by Tove Jansson, which I read when I was about 14. It’s sort of half a childrens book, half an adult book, and very very strange!
Yeah hard to pick just one, I love reading. I recently read American Gods by Neil Gaiman which I thought was excellent. When I was younger I think my favourite book was Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens, if you haven’t read it I really recommend it!
Yep, lots of favourites for me too, Catch 22 by Joseph Heller is the one that springs to mind first. As does Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins. Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (the whole series) is awesome too. And lots of things by Isaac Asimov. Hmm… i could go on but will leave it at that!
I was told to be careful of reading Terry Pratchett books – I was told they’re so good that they’re very addictive and you end up putting your life on hold to get the next one, I haven’t enough time in my life to get started on them yet, there are too many!
Yeah, I haven’t read too many novels of late. However, I used to love the series of books by Raymond E. Feist (fantasy) as they all linked togther within the same universe. Get ‘Magician’ if you havn’t read it.
Anyone remember Goosebumps- they were the bomb diggity back in the day