Re: What makes a good book to you?
Originally Posted by TSJ55
My reading comes from all parts of the spectrum. Zombie Apocalypse Trilogies to Anatomy Textbooks.
As for the fiction I've read and really enjoyed, I loved World War Z by Max Brooks. It was extremely intelligent for a sub-genre that I usually refer to as my guilty pleasure. I learned some world geography and politics along the way so that kept me engaged to be sure.
My favorite fiction book of all time though is Rant by Chuck Palahniuk. I also read his Choke and it was OK. Rant kept me guessing throughout trying to figure out exactly what the hell was going on. Kinda had a Usual Suspects ending which is always cool. Also, I'm a pretty vulgar person so the humor in the book was spot on for me.
Good luck with the book. That would be a very cool, but arduous, task to take on. Rewarding though I'm sure.
The idea I'm fleshing out has a ton of politics, back stabbing, Machiavellian type ideas to it.
Thank you by the way.
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