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ThomasCShearman1976
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Re: Which author do you constantly recommend?

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Mikhail Bulgakov and Margarita and the Master. That book is so brilliant, and Bulgakov just - I do not have the words. It transcends reading.

If someone is going on holiday and wants a long read....then Count of Monte Cristo or Liu Cixin's trilogy...amazing books.

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Dan Brown! I am so in love with his Langdon series that I recommend it to everyone who ask me about thriller novels.

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Dennis Lehane

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Dan Brown and J.K. Rowling are two authors I always recommend. Both write stories that are creative and bring people together. They definitely deserve the global success they have earned. Check out their books.

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I often recommend Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie. She is my favourite author of all time.

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Neal Shusterman, I really can't rave about him enough

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I recommend authors based on the genre the person is a fan of. I do not have a blanket author I recommend to everyone because not everyone has the same taste as me. When I run into someone who reads a genre I am not familiar with, I flip it and ask them the favorite author of the genre. Then I have something new to discover.

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Dan Brown. He's the best thriller writer of our generation.

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