Book recommendations??? This period in time has me feeling listless, lost and basically ungrounded. There is nothing like a good book to ignite a spark of interest or a much needed escape when nothing else (meditating, walking, working, yoga, etc.) seems to help.  Thank you!

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What type of book are you looking for?

Fiction, non-fiction? all of the above?

Fiction. Something fun, time travel, other worlds, spiritual theme. I read non-fiction all the time. With this break, I would have the time and attention span to get through a novel. 

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1286268.Winged_Pharaoh

Try this in case you haven't read it already!

I loved it, triggered a lot of memories too!

Its kinda fiction but it also kinda isn't 

The Superbeings website!

Anything by M.G. Hawking (who is a member here by the way): https://thesuperbeings.net/profiles/blogs/excerpts-from-encounters-...

Did you ever read these? All huge books or series. Perfect for month-long read-fests.

Clan of the Cave Bear - Jean Auel - the whole series was possibly the most absorbing series I've ever read

The Journeyer - Gary Jennings - insanely engrossing account of Marco Polo, and so powerful

Dune - Frank Herbert - seminal science fiction, and the series is amazing

The House on the Strand - Daphne du Maurier - time travel in the British heathers

Taipan - James Clavell - I finished it, turned to page one, and started it again...couldn't live without it

Shogun - James Clavell - This ran a very close second to Taipan

The Count of Monte Cristo -Alexander Dumas - this may be 19th century, but WOW is it good

Aztec - Gary Jennings - the fall of the Aztec Empire - it left my friend emotionally devastated for months

2001: A Space Odyssey - Arthur C. Clarke - an early disclosure story and an important one

2010: Odyssey Two - Arthur C. Clarke

2061: - Odyssey Three - Arthur C. Clarke

Les Miserables - Victor Hugo - the abridged version is one of the best reading experiences I've ever had

The Hunchback of Notre Dame - Victor Hugo - the abridged version is incredible

Pretty much anything by Michael Crichton - they're all techy and science-y and fun

I've read hundreds of books. I'll see if I can think of some others.

Ginnig said:

Fiction. Something fun, time travel, other worlds, spiritual theme. I read non-fiction all the time. With this break, I would have the time and attention span to get through a novel. 

I love this resource for books.

Here is a 50 books to change your life kind of list. 

https://www.goodreads.com/list/user_vote/905407

WOW! Thank you. I will absolutely find enough reading for this virus time frame and the next!

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