Books for Adults by BooksCrier

Books for Adults by BooksCrierThis page is a list of our latest reviewed Books for Adults; Our suggestions of Books for Grown-ups, or mature teenagers and up. Read on!

 

The criteria used to choose in which of the three range lists a book should go is based on general target public we believed was intended by the author. Sometimes suitability also influences our judgment.

If you have any ideas or suggestion related to this type of books, please feel free to leave a comment.

 

 

An Outlander by Diana Gabaldon book review article

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon book review article: First of a series about love, loyalty, and adventure of a nurse that travels back in time.

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The Gunslinger by Stephen King, a book review

The Gunslinger by Stephen King book review: Inspired by a poem, King wrote this dark and adventurous novel as the first part of a series.

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Conan Doyle: The Problem of Thor Bridge Summary

Conan Doyle: The Problem of Thor Bridge Summary: Another great book about murder and mystery by the genius that created detective stories.

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Creepshow by Stephen King, a Graphic Novel

Graphic Novel Creepshow by Stephen King: From the master of creepiness, comes an adaptation of a film that is a tribute to an old style of horror comic books.

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Mom & Me & Mom by Maya Angelou book review

Mom & Me & Mom by Maya Angelou book review: A pick of Emma Watson’s book, this book is a moving memoir about the author and her mother.

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The Sun Also Rises book review

The Sun Also Rises book review: If you’re after some seriously lost misfits wandering around post-WWI Europe story, this book is for you.

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The Hound of the Baskervilles book review

The Hound of the Baskervilles book review: A legendary curse has apparently claimed one more victim. Sherlock Holmes is called to examine.

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His Last Bow by Arthur Conan Doyle book review

His Last Bow by Arthur Conan Doyle is one of 56 short stories about Sherlock Holmes and tells a spy plot instead of a murder mystery.

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1984 by George Orwell book review

1984 by George Orwell book reviews are usual. The SciFi Novel is a major classic in English Literature and an honoring job for any reviewer.

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We Be Big by Rick Burgess

“We Be Big” by Rick Burgess is the real tragic-comic narrative of two Southern guys that brought together an unusual radio morning show.

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The Reflections of Queen Snow White by David Meredith

“Happily ever after” is finished! The Reflections of Queen Snow White by David Meredith is the story years after the tale.

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32 thoughts on “Books for Adults by BooksCrier

  • 2016-06-26 at 10:26 pm
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    Hi,

    Thanks for this awesome list of books. I’ve read quite a few of the books on your list and I really enjoyed all of them. This makes me think that you and I must have similar taste in books.

    I was wondering if you’ve read Shantaram? I recently finished it and I absolutely loved it. It is one of my favorite books of all time. It’s a story of adventure and struggle and love. I’m sure you would love it too.

    Give it a try and let me know what you think.

    Robert

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    • 2016-06-26 at 10:26 pm
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      Hello, Robert,

      Thank you for sharing. Your suggestion is already on our to-do list. We will look into to it asap.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-06-29 at 10:05 am
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    Thank you for your suggestions on adult books to purchase, I am an avid reader especially during the cold winters here in Pennsylvania. I stock up on good books during the summer season for reading in the winter months, I love a good mystery novel the best. Do you have any other good mystery novels you could suggest ?

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  • 2016-06-29 at 10:18 am
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    I am a huge Frederick Forsyth fan and have read many of his books, including Jackal, Cobra, The Negotiator and The Devil’s Alternative. I have sort of shied away from The Afghan as a friend of mine read and did not quite give it too many stars. Be that as it may, I found your review here to be enticing and will be looking to give it a chance. Thank you for sharing amazing reviews. I look forward to using more of your reviews book selections within our local book club.

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    • 2016-06-30 at 8:30 am
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      Hello, Levi,

      Thank you so much for the enthusiastic support. If you, or your club mates have any suggestions, please feel free to honor us with your ideas.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-06-30 at 9:58 am
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    I love reading all types of books, so your post is very interesting and benefits me very much. It makes it so much easier with you recommending good books for me to research, more people should start taking advantage of reading books to learn and better their life.I will share your post with all my friends, social media and my book loving contacts.

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    • 2016-06-30 at 10:14 am
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      Hello, there,

      Thank you so much for your enthusiastic support.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-06-30 at 10:25 am
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    I am a book lover so therefore this is great for me 🙂 Christmas by Agatha Christie sounds interesting as I do enjoy a good mystery plot. Can you recommend any good criminal fiction books? My favourite are the Faye Kellerman books but am open to other suggestions! What is your favourite genre and your favourite book from this listing?

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  • 2016-07-15 at 8:02 pm
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    I used to read a lot, though with my busy schedule lately I haven’t had as much time as I’d like. I’ve always been really interested in history, particularly the Revolutionary Era. This is a pretty great list of books. How would you rate “The Revolutionary Paul Revere“? That one interests me the most. Thanks!

    -Jeremy

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    • 2016-07-17 at 6:57 am
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      Hello, Jeremy,

      Thank you so much for leaving your impressions. I’d say that “The Revolutionary Paul Revere“ is pretty good book worth an around 80 (to 85) out of a 100 rating, depending on the reader. I hope you find some time to rejoin your reading habit.

      I’m looking forward to seeing you around.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-07-15 at 8:11 pm
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    Although I’m not a reader of books in general, I can see that you’ve done a fine job of reviewing a good variety of books. My wife is the “book reader”. I’ll let her look at your list. Maybe she will see something she likes. Thanks for list of choices. And you’ve done a good job too on your site, thanks again

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    • 2016-07-20 at 9:04 am
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      Hello, Jim,

      Thank you for your kind words!

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-08-01 at 3:54 pm
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    Hi,
    You nailed it to my favorite books.
    I read almost all of them.
    I like specialy enjoyed and recommend on “The White Horse King” and “The Topkapi Secret by Terry Kelhawk” two books that I really enjoyed to read them. In those two books, you always in tension what will happen next.
    a great peak of books and great review.
    Thanks.

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    • 2016-08-05 at 2:21 pm
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      Hello, Efi,

      Thanks so much for sharing your words.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-08-14 at 6:24 pm
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    Nice list of books. I’m particularly intrigued by the Butterfly Effect. I’m always interested in stories (especially true ones) where cause and effect can be examined directly. The idea that one small action could have such a profound effect on the world absolutely fascinates me. Any other suggestions for books of this nature?

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    • 2016-08-18 at 3:34 pm
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      Hello, Roman,

      Thanks for sharing. I’d suggest:

      The Last Time Traveler by Aaron J. Ethridge

      Timekeepers: A Revolutionary Tale Paperback by J. Y. Harris (Author)

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-08-29 at 2:34 pm
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    Hi,

    Thanks for this list, I’m always excited to get good book suggestions.

    Out of your list the only one that I’ve read is “Christmas” by Agatha Christie and I really loved it.

    I am a huge fan of mystery novels of any kind.

    My favorite book of all time is Shantaram. Have you read it?

    Although it’s not a mystery it’s great story about adventure, humanity and love. It’s long but it’s absolutely breath taking.

    Cheers,
    Robert

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    • 2016-09-02 at 1:56 pm
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      Hello, Robert,

      Unfortunately not yet, but it will be assigned on our book review to-do list.

      Thanks for sharing your impressions.

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  • 2016-09-09 at 10:19 am
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    Hi, thanks for providing titles of books. It is the shame for me, that I did not hear or read any books from your list.
    I like books and I constantly read something. Books expand our minds especially if they offer great ideas or transfer us to a different world.
    I read that Americans prefer books over digital devices. I think that it is a great news. It means that more people would think and behave in a better way.
    All the best, cheers, Nemira

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    • 2016-09-12 at 8:47 am
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      Hello, Nemira,

      Thanks for sharing your impressions.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-09-11 at 2:30 pm
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    Hi Robert, thanks for the list of books that you recommend, I appreciate the variety of selection. I’ve actually bookmarked this page, I always seem to struggle to find good books to read while commuting to work. And also was thinking about learning golf, “Golf for Dummies“, and I am a complete beginner so this looks like the perfect one to choose.

    The only book in this list that I’ve already read is Christmas by Agatha Christie and I like it too. I’ll start trying others one by one. Thanks!

    Ray

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    • 2016-09-16 at 11:35 am
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      Hello, Ray,

      Thanks for sharing your piece of mind. Cheers!

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  • 2016-09-14 at 5:48 am
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    Books for Adults… Hmmm. At first glance it looked like some adult thing. Books for grown ups sounds better. Thor Heyerdahl, Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie books I have read. I read books by author. At this moment I read books of Rex Stout. Maybe you should do some review of his books too. And there is Earl Stanley Gardner. I love those Perry Mason stories. This list focused my attention on new authors. Some of them sounded interesting. There are so many authors out there.

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    • 2016-09-18 at 11:33 am
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      Hello, Paul,

      Haha. We have been struggling with that dichotomy here at out briefings. There are pros and cons about the issue for which we are gathering more data before a final decision. We have an almost even tie at the moment. Some of us think that if it were an “adult thing”, as you mentioned (and other guys here agree with you), we would use the term “adult books“. Those same people think that “grown-ups” may bring a rather childish feeling to that front page option.

      Let’s see how the solution for this matter develops in the next few months.

      Thanks so much for the heads-up and for sharing your reading experience, Cheers!

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  • 2016-09-14 at 5:58 am
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    Hi Caito, I am a bit intrigued by the classification: Adult books and what this really means. I come from The Netherlands and we do not have that kind of category. We do have age restrictions though. What kind of other classifications are there and what age is involved there?

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    • 2016-09-18 at 11:38 am
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      Hello, Jerry,

      That option is a just list of suggestions for more mature people that will understand the books better. People who are not teenagers anymore.(how unlucky of them!). Thanks for stopping by. Cheers!

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  • 2016-09-29 at 10:51 pm
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    There are a few in there I have read, but I really love your list. Being a lifelong reader who literally gets lost tin the world of an author’s imagination.

    Wha t you have here is like a treasure for someone like who is always looking to read books,

    I personally like books by Dan Brown and Stephen King.

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    • 2016-10-04 at 5:02 pm
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      Hello, there,

      Thanks for sharing your opinion. Yes. We do too! Stephen KIng and Dan Brown are part of our plans. Cheers!

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  • 2016-12-29 at 9:45 am
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    I’m an adult and I’m so sad to see Harry Potter did not make this list. Maybe I have Peter Pan syndrome you kno can’t grow up haha. I actually do love learning about the butterfly effect so a compelling story would interest me! I think that’s the next book on my list of course after I read “man’s search for meaning”

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    • 2017-01-03 at 7:46 am
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      Hello, Kurtis,

      I agree that Harry Potter can be enjoyed by all ages. Just as an orientation for our readers, we do try to establish a parameter on the most focused age ranges, as we believe, the author intended them on a medium scope. The Harry Potter book reviews have suggestions for all ages. Cheers!

      Reply

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