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Jane Austin!!!!!!!!!!
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&gary blackwood.
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agatha Christie of course
and when i was a kid it was roald dahl << forgot how to spell the name and maybe its right i dunno
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bebeachy wrote:

Jane Austin!!!!!!!!!!


OFC SHES SO GOOD
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It will always be Paulo Coelho and Mitch Albom for me. I
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Haruki Murakami, hands down.
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JK ROWLING !!

JOHN GRISHAM !!!

DAN BROWN !!!

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Give him a while and I think Junot Diaz will be a future classic.
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Mario Puzo,JRR Tolkien,Sidney Sheldon,Dan Brown.
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John Steinbeck, Mark Twain, JRR Tolkien
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Posted 2/23/09
Terry Pratchett.
*nodnod*
Posted 2/23/09
for science fiction:

Scott Westerfield.... although some of his books were disappointing,

Thomas Wolfe, his book Of Time and the River was amazing. He wrote other books as well but i didnt like them as much as Of Time and the River
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Posted 2/24/09
Stephanie Meyer
Jane Austin
Posted 2/24/09

Dejavu93 wrote:

Stephanie Meyer
Jane Austin


Ohmygod, total agree!
[except, you know, its sort of Stephenie Meyer and Jane Austen]

Oh, and Meg Cabot,
because she is unbelievably hilarious .
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Posted 2/24/09
Jules Verne, John Steinbeck, George Orwell, Gabriel Garcia Marques, Joseph Heller, Ayn Rand, Isaac Asimov (Can't make up my mind)

P.S.> Stephenie Meyer does not come close to even being a good author, much less the best novelist in the history of literature.
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