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[quote=panzer] Instead of your favorite book, you can here publish a list of books you recommend (for various reasons) to other forum users: I mostly read modern Scandinavian novels, British history mystery (whodunit) novels and science (space) books, so here goes: [b]Eco: The Name of the Rose[/b] (Medieval whodunit) [b]Eco: Foucault Pendulum[/b] (Truth about all conspiracy theories) [b]Calder: Magic Universe[/b] (A Grand Tour of Modern Science) [b]Baxter: Dark Future[/b] (what would life be, when all star in Universe are already dead) [b]Verne: Mysterious Island[/b] (Robinson Crusoe meets Lost) [b]Pears: Instance of the Fingerpost[/b] (Hommage to Kurosawa's movie Rashomon. Four people are talking about the same event. Everybody is seeing it differently than the others. Who is telling the truth? Who killed an Oxford don then?) [b]Complete Chronicles of Conan[/b] (Forget the comic book and even movies. Only real manly hero - where he turns up, there all Marvel's and other heroes hide) [b]Greene: The Fabric of the Cosmos[/b] (Cosmos revealed) [b]The Elegant Universe[/b] (Cosmos revealed) [b]Complete Sherlock Holmes[/b] (All Doyle's work about Homes in one book) [b]McDermid: A Place of Execution[/b] (13-year old girl vanishes in small British village. Is she dead and who is the killer?) [b]Mankell: Firewall[/b] (the vulnerability of modern world) [b]One step behind[/b] (A killer kills four young men and then a police officer.) [b]Return of the Dancing Master[/b] (A former Nazi is killed in the middle of nowhere - in woods in northern Sweden) [b]Fifth woman[/b] (Woman on the killing spree) [b][b]Sidetracked[/b][/b] (Axe murderer on the loose) [b]Christie: And Then there Were None (10 Little Indians)[/b] - Everybody dies. Who is the killer then? [b]Murder od Roger Ackroyd[/b] (shocking ending) [b]Palliser: Quincunx[/b] (Modern Charles Dickens. Insanity, hate, inhuman conditions, inheritence, murder - it has it all. Even more shocking ending if you do not read it carefully. It took 12 years to complete.) [b]Sansom: Dark Fire[/b] (secret Bizantine weapon is discovered) [b]Sovereign[/b] (seeking a true British King) [b]Dissolution[/b] (Hommage to The Name of the Rose) [b]Revelation[/b] (serial killer is on the loose) [b]Monti, Sorti: Imprimatur[/b] (Revealing some disturbing secrets about one of the most popular Popes. It is still forbidden in Italy by publishers/government/Vatican. The Italian version of the book was therefore printed in Netherlands.)[/quote]
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