I've never been all that into my horro genres, but I do enjoy playing Werewolf and Vampire games from White Wolf. They bill them as horror, but I don't see it, personally. Maybe I've been desensitised.
I like Vampire games too, i love the way they show a much better image of a vampire than the one a lot of people has
Have you ever read the Pegasus series by Anne McCaffrey, or Douglas Adams' work?
i have been trying to find a book of Adams, but it's nearly impossible to find one, at least in my country. Oh, and never heard of the Pegasus series, what is it about?
I'd heartily recommend Agatha Christie - both Poirot and Miss Marple are fantastic from the mystery genre. More modern stuff that first well is John Grisham.
Agatha Christie is one of my favorite mystery writters, with Capote and Arthur Conan Doyle.
I've not tried any myself. Possibly because they are foreign and therefore I'm incapable of reading them.
I found an used english version of the complete works of Gabriel Garcia Marquez last year and the stories, characters and style of writting is amazing.
I'm sure there's a joke in there somewhere :P
Noone knows :D
Mind you, I do enjoy a good Discworld novel, which leaves me thinking about what the characters will be doing after the book, as well as the historical novels, such as David Gemmell and Conn Iggulden.
Terry Pratcher and the Discworld books are really good too and it happens to me too, you end up really connected with the characters. And historical novels... i can't say i dislike them, but i haven't been able to read many books of that style in my life.