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Sidney Sheldon Thread
28-07-2011, 08:22 PM (This post was last modified: 28-07-2011 08:28 PM by avi.)
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Sidney Sheldon Thread
This is the author who got me hooked to reading and into books. My first book was Tell Me Your Dreams and I was very impressed. Thing is Sidney's English in novels is lucid & easy to understand [I am from Kannada background, so]. And the mysteries, murder, strong characters everything was just the best cocktail.

Later I read, Other side of Midnight and it was awesome again. I was very much impressed and became his fan.

But when I read, Sky is Falling, Doomsday Conspiracy, The naked face and If tomorrow never comes I was bit disappointed. I came to impression that his novels follow same pattern all the time. Murder in the beginning, erotica in the middle, bold female characters & good guy always turning into bad at the end.

But he is still my one of favorite authors. His works which I liked most are :
Tell Me Your Dreams
Other Side of Midnight / Memories of Midnight [sequel to former]
Master of the Game

Even Bloodline is also really good and filled with lotsa erotica Holahoop I have read ALL his works including his autobiography, The Other Side of Me. Sidney died in 2007 [I am not sure] due to pneumonia. His last book was Are you afraid of the dark.

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