#1
I need a fiction book with a minimum of 300 pages that was published after 2005. If anyone has any good ones to suggest, post away
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#2
The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown. Simply amazing!
Some people just wanna watch the world burn. Wanna join me when I take my turn to pour the gas, light the match, see your world flip upside down and drop until it's inside out?
#3
I believe Cormac McCarthy's No Country For Old Men was published after 2005, but I could be wrong.
#5
Under the Dome by Stephen King definetly a great book King is such a great writer
#8
Or since you need on post 2005



"Being seduced by his daughters best friend wasn't exactly something he saw coming, but being discovered by his wife and then finding out something that he never knew about her makes his tale all the more surrealistic. Thinking with one's manhood is not the best choice a man can take, but there are exceptions. ***This tale is graphic in nature and is meant for adults only***"
#9
There's a couple others that I've read recently that were pretty well done that delve pretty far into the religion vs. science debate that you may want to consider (unless that's not your drink of choice). One is called The Sign by Raymond Khoury, the other is called Blasphemy by Douglas Preston.
Some people just wanna watch the world burn. Wanna join me when I take my turn to pour the gas, light the match, see your world flip upside down and drop until it's inside out?
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The Lost Symbol has the cheesiest dialogue ever


Cheesy dialogue, but a great story nonetheless.
Some people just wanna watch the world burn. Wanna join me when I take my turn to pour the gas, light the match, see your world flip upside down and drop until it's inside out?
#12
read The Quiet Girl - http://www.amazon.com/Quiet-Girl-Novel-Peter-Hoeg/dp/0374263698


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There's a couple others that I've read recently that were pretty well done that delve pretty far into the religion vs. science debate that you may want to consider (unless that's not your drink of choice). One is called The Sign by Raymond Khoury, the other is called Blasphemy by Douglas Preston.


The Sign was terrible.
#13
The Lord of the Rings?




Not but seriously, a book called The Passage by Justin Cronin which came out...last year I think. Brilliant
#14
Lost Symbol was utter shite.
To whoever said The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, I second that wholeheartedly. Or Paths of Glory by Geoffrey Archer, I'd have to check the date on it, but if it is after 2005, I'd highly recommend it.
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I believe Cormac McCarthy's No Country For Old Men was published after 2005, but I could be wrong.


This or The Road, also by McCarthy
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This or The Road, also by McCarthy



I was gonna suggest the road. That, or Harry potter 7.
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The Catcher in the Rye.
You don't know me.
To Kill a Mocking Bird
Sophie's World

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Under the Dome by Stephen King definetly a great book King is such a great writer



Second.
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