B for Books

B was super easy for me for I love reading and books ... I just love books with their brilliant covers and amazing content. So here goes few of my books for your pleasure. Once again for A to Z April 2014 challenge - B for Books.

My Collection of Stephen King Books

J.R.R. Tolkien's Most Loved books

Two editions of The Da Vinci Code
(Paperback and Illustrated)

Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton

L.A. Confidential by James Ellroy

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
25th Anniversary Edition
 
The Constant Gardener by John Le Carre`


Along Came a Spider by James Patterson

Don't Blink by James Patterson

Kiss the Girls by James Patterson


Here goes B for 2nd April 2014.

Comments

  1. I still love to buy books too. I really don't see myself getting an e-reader. Did you ever read Dan Brown's 'Deception Point'? It's really good too.

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    1. Thanks Jojo for the comment. I do have all the Dan Brown books its just all about time. I would get to Deception Point too eventually. I am just about running out of space to keep all my books. But I still persist.

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  2. Nice! I'm a Tolkein fan and Dan Brown, and it is almost impossible to put down Michael Chrichton. Great B!

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    1. Thanks Dear and you are so right .. I love all these writers :)

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  3. Yo, man. B for Books indeed. Let us catch up this Sunday and discuss books. By the way no Lemony Snicket, eh? I thought it was a fun read and a different style.

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    1. I am on to the 12th Part "The Penultimate Peril" of Series of Unfortunate events so yes Lemony is indeed Lemonee :P but unfortunately I only have that in e-books. These were all books which I have in physical copy.

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    1. Thanks Judy, I am glad that you liked them I have many more too :)

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  5. What a bounty bevy of books! What's the best book of this bit?
    Zacronym.com

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    1. Thanks Zac actually I haven't got time yet to read most of these books. That was one of my reason to take them out of their case so I can see what all books I have. But I would have to go with 'The Dark Tower' series by Stephen King.

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  6. There is something so fresh and earthy about books. Love reading them.
    Great collection.
    http:// www.inderpreetkaur.blogspot.in

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    1. Thank you very much Inderpreet .. so true.

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  7. Whoa love the collection. I have now moved to kindle since I can carry more books while travelling but at home I still prefer the feel of pages

    PhenoMenon
    http://throodalookingglass.com/2014/04/awesome-award/

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    1. Thanks Kind sir I try to always carry at least one book with me and then my large phone works as an e-book reader.

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  8. Love your list, especially the Dan Brown books as I'm a huge fan of how he combines fiction with non-fiction and teaches you so much about a location that you feel as though you traveled there.

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    1. Thanks Daidri I also love the detailed description by Dan Brown. For that reason alone I bought the Illustrated edition for The Da Vinci Code because I would be able to see all the wonderful statues.

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  9. What a great collection! I am especially fond of Tolkien's. :)

    Stopping by from the A to Z Challenge!

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    1. Thanks Jaimie glad that you could stop by :)

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  10. I did books too for my A to Z challenge - well, books, bookstores, libraries..,

    Hope you are enjoying your A to Z challenge as much as I am! :)

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    1. Yes I am enjoying the challenge and hope to finish it too :) all the best to you too :)

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