четвъртък, 11 май 2017 г.

Top 10 Books - #ReadingList

I have read books... but still sometimes people ask what next to read and what not to read and what to read?

It's a good question and people should know the answer of a such good question.

1. Тhe Life of One Kid 1,2,3,4,5,6,6.2,7,7.2 by DeYtH Banger

(Note: I am not suggesting this book because I have written it... but because you can get the image of me... you can get the answer of the question "WHO AM i?" and "What's my message?"

2. The Dark Half by Stephen King

(Note: Thad Beaumont would like to say he is innocent. He'd like to say he has nothing to do with the series of monstrous murders that keep coming closer to his home. But how can Thad disown the ultimate embodiment of evil that goes by the name he gave it-and signs its crimes with Thad's bloody fingerprints? ________________________ Alternate cover editions: New English Library, 1990)

My Review: Click

3. Manhattan Night: A Novel by Colin Harrison

(Note: Previously published as Manhattan Nocturne and now a major motion picture starring Adrien Brody, Yvonne Strahovski, Campbell Scott, and Jennifer Beals A New York Times Notable Book Porter Wren is a Manhattan tabloid writer with an appetite for scandal. On the beat, he sells murder, tragedy, and anything that passes for truth. At home, he is a dedicated husband and father. But when a seductive stranger asks him to dig into the unsolved murder of her husband, he is drawn into a very nasty case of sexual obsession and blackmail—one that threatens his job, his marriage, and his life.Manhattan Nocturne is a brilliantly drawn tableau of the gritty, gaudy city and a thrilling literary noir.)

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4. The Bye Bye Man: And Other Strange-But-True Tales of the United States of America by Robert Damon Schneck

(Note: Discover the terrifiying and true story behind one of the year's most hotly anticipated horror films The Bye Bye Man in this movie tie-in edition of an underground classic. Don't think of his name... In 1990 three Wisconsin graduate students sought to allay their wintertime boredom by playing around with a Ouija board. It was the deadliest mistake they ever made. The three friends contacted the spirit of a serial killer known as The Bye Bye Man. And the more you think of his name, the more he hones in on you, travelling night and day to find you, until you hear the shrill, steady sound of his whistle letting you know that he is there -- right outside your bedroom door, maybe even speaking in the voice of someone you trust, someone who would never hurt you.... This is the authentically terrifying, true-life story recounted by historian Robert Damon Schneck in a chapter of his underground classic of weird Americana published as The President's Vampire in 2005. Now, Schneck's tale has been made into The Bye Bye Man, one of the fall's most eagerly awaited films, already making critics' lists of projected sleeper hits. That terrifying tale is collected with the author's seven additional chapters of twisted history in this tie-in edition, which features poster art from the movie and a new afterword from the author, "Searching for The Bye Bye Man." One of the scariest true tales ever is now one of the most horrifying real-life stories brought to film.)

My Review: Click

Note: Sometimes and ratings are good guides throw the rough ROAD!

(Note: I am sorry for little late "Continue")

5. The Finest Hours: The True Story of the U.S. Coast Guard's Most Daring Sea Rescue
by Michael J. Tougias, Casey Sherman

(Note: In the winter of 1952, New England was battered by the most brutal nor’easter in years. As the weather wreaked havoc on land, the freezing Atlantic became a wind-whipped zone of peril, setting the stage for one of the most heroic rescue stories ever lived.

In the early hours of Monday, February 18, while the storm raged, two oil tankers, the Pendleton and the Fort Mercer, found themselves in the same horrifying predicament. Built with "dirty steel," and not prepared to withstand such ferocious seas, both tankers split in two, leaving the dozens of men on board utterly at the Atlantic’s mercy. The Finest Hours is the gripping, true story of the valiant attempt to rescue the souls huddling inside the broken halves of the two ships.

The spellbinding tale is overflowing with breathtaking scenes, as boats capsize, bows and sterns crash into one another, and men hurl themselves into the raging sea in their terrifying battle for survival.

Not all of the eighty-four men caught at sea in the midst of that brutal storm survived, but considering the odds, it’s a miracle—and a testament to their bravery—that any came home to tell their tales at all.)

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6. Hannibal Rising (Hannibal Lecter, #4)
by Thomas Harris



Hannibal Lecter emerges from the nightmare of the Eastern Front, a boy in the snow, mute, with a chain around his neck.

He seems utterly alone, but he has brought his demons with him.

Hannibal’s uncle, a noted painter, finds him in a Soviet orphanage and brings him to France, where Hannibal will live with his uncle and his uncle’s beautiful and exotic wife, Lady Murasaki.

Lady Murasaki helps Hannibal to heal. With her help he flourishes, becoming the youngest person ever admitted to medical school in France.

But Hannibal’s demons visit him and torment him. When he is old enough, he visits them in turn.

He discovers he has gifts beyond the academic, and in that epiphany, Hannibal Lecter becomes death’s prodigy.)

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7. A Dog's Purpose (A Dog's Purpose, #1)
by W. Bruce Cameron

(Note: The beloved fifty-two week New York Times bestseller by W. Bruce Cameron, A Dog's Purpose is now a major motion picture from Amblin Entertainment in association with Walden Media and distributed by Universal Pictures! This remarkable story of one endearing dog's search for his purpose is directed by Academy Award-nominated director Lasse Hallström and stars Dennis Quaid, Britt Robertson, Josh Gad, K.J. Apa, Juliet Rylance, John Ortiz, Luke Kirby, and Peggy Lipton.

Heartwarming, insightful, and often laugh-out-loud funny, A Dog's Purpose is not only the emotional and hilarious story of a dog's many lives, but also a dog's-eye commentary on human relationships and the unbreakable bonds between man and man's best friend. This moving and beautifully crafted story teaches us that love never dies, that our true friends are always with us, and that every creature on earth is born with a purpose.

Bailey's story continues in A Dog's Journey, the charming New York Times and USA Today bestselling direct sequel to A Dog's Purpose.)

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8. Jakob the Liar
by Jurek Becker

(Note: One of the most remarkable novels of the Holocaust ever written, Jakob the Liar is a tale of everyday heroism and the extraordinary power of illusion. Set in an unnamed German-occupied ghetto, the story centers on an unlikely hero, Jakob Heym, who accidentally overhears news of vital importance: the Russians are advancing on a city three hundred miles away. As Jakob's tidings rekindle hope and the promise of liberation, he feels compelled to elaborate. Forming a protective bond with a young orphan girl, Jakob becomes caught in his own web of optimistic lies. Awarded Germany's prestigious Heinrich Mann Prize for fiction and in a new translation by Leila Vennewitz, Jakob the Liar is a masterpiece of Kafkaesque comedy which unfolds with the impact of a timeless folk legend.)

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9. Tell No One
by Harlan Coben

(Note: For Dr. David Beck, the loss was shattering. And every day for the past eight years, he has relived the horror of what happened. The gleaming lake. The pale moonlight. The piercing screams. The night his wife was taken. The last night he saw her alive. Everyone tells him it's time to move on, to forget the past once and for all. But for David Beck, there can be no closure. A message has appeared on his computer, a phrase only he and his dead wife know. Suddenly Beck is taunted with the impossible- that somewhere, somehow, Elizabeth is alive. Beck has been warned to tell no one. And he doesn't. Instead, he runs from the people he trusts the most, plunging headlong into a search for the shadowy figure whose messages hold out a desperate hope. But already Beck is being hunted down. He's headed straight into the heart of a dark and deadly secret- and someone intends to stop him before he gets there. )

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10. The Boogeyman
by Stephen King 

(Note: By saying.... 

So and?...So and?...So and?....So and?...So and?....


So and?


I sound like.... Vicious.... furious and even and smart person... that's what smart people do... decline.... reject.... decline.... reject.....

Doubt people's thoughts.... dreams...


If you are searching for a good story today, try this one here the judge is going to be made from you.

- Review by DeYtH Banger)

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