Fiction

  1. The Forum Rules
  2. Book Recommendations v2
  3. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
  4. Historical Fiction
  5. Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell
  6. Cornelia Funke
  7. Books that you were actually sad to finish
  8. Discuss the Classics
  9. Pride and Prejudice
  10. Classic "Children's" Literature
  11. Summer Reading
  12. Tom Clancy/Robert Ludlum
  13. The most complicated and 'above-your-head' book you've ever read
  14. The Percy Jackson & the Olympians series
  15. The Scarlet Pimpernel
  16. The Other Boleyn Girl and other books by Philippa Gregory
  17. Fan-Fiction Discussion (Including Harry Potter Fan-Fiction)
  18. Tomorrow When The War Began (The Tomorrow Series), by John Marsden
  19. Malory Towers!
  20. Digital Fortress-Dan Brown
  21. Anne Rice: The Vampire Chronicles
  22. Jeffrey Archer
  23. Gone with the Wind
  24. Terry Pratchett
  25. Earth's Children series by Jean M Auel
  26. Wolf of the Plains by Conn Iggulden
  27. Captain Corelli's Mandolin by Louis de Bernières
  28. Edgar Allan Poe
  29. Goosebumps Series - RL Stine
  30. VC Andrews.
  31. The Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell
  32. The Da Vinci Code
  33. Battle Royale
  34. Mary Higgins Clark
  35. Janet Evanovich
  36. Chick Lit Lovers & proud of it thread
  37. Vampire Academy Rachelle Mead
  38. Top 10 Fav Fiction Books
  39. Funniest book you have ever read
  40. Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
  41. Next book: 1984 by George Orwell
  42. The Gemma Doyle Trilogy
  43. The Nancy Drew Series
  44. Sarah Dessen
  45. The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger
  46. "The Road", by Cormac McCarthy.
  47. Agatha Christie
  48. "A Thousand Splendid Suns" by Khalid Houssaini
  49. Is it weird to have a crush on a fictional character?
  50. Mark Twain Huckleberry Finn
  51. Sherlock Holmes
  52. Your Favorite Literary Characters (Other than HP)
  53. Les Miserables
  54. Books you like but no one else has read?
  55. Best/Favourite Book Openings
  56. What is literary merit?
  57. The Southern Vampire Novels by Charlaine Harris
  58. Jodi Picoult
  59. Mugglenet's 45 Books to Get Hooked on After Harry Potter - Which have you read?
  60. How English class/Over-analysis has ruined many a good book
  61. Jane Austen Fan Club - discuss all her books and characters here
  62. How you get your books...
  63. Favourite author
  64. Audio Books
  65. Why you love reading
  66. Books you dislike, but everyone else likes
  67. Have you ever got really angry/offended at a book?
  68. The Hunger Games
  69. Effect of Books on Your Lives
  70. Comic-con
  71. Historical romances - anyone interested in them?
  72. Mostly Ghostly
  73. Book Reviews (Non-HP!)
  74. Favourite Book Quotes (other than HP)
  75. Little Women- Louisa May Alcott
  76. Feminism and literature
  77. Favourite Poems
  78. Romance Books
  79. Best and worst books you've been forced to read?
  80. Daughters of The Moon
  81. Rate and review the last book you read
  82. Alexandre Dumas
  83. English Class
  84. Bridget Jones' Diary by Helen Fielding
  85. The Friday Night Knitting Club
  86. 50 Books to Read Before You Die
  87. Is it okay to still read books meant for younger audiences as an adult?
  88. Angels and Demons by Dan Brown
  89. Alex Rider
  90. "My Stories" Series for Children
  91. I just bought "War and Peace"
  92. Percy Jackson & the Olympians series (spoiler free)
  93. Bernard Cornwell
  94. Clive Barker's Abarat Rocks My Socks Off!
  95. Rereading.
  96. The Lost Symbol
  97. Outlander Series: An Echo in the Bone
  98. Ellen Hopkins
  99. Electronic Readers
  100. Best Books of the Decade List.
  101. The Night Tourist
  102. Why do People Dislike The Great Gatsby?
  103. Biweekly Book Thread #1
  104. Biweekly Book Thread #2
  105. Favourite Literary Genre
  106. Biweekly Book Thread #3
  107. Biweekly Book Thread #4
  108. Biweekly Book Thread #5
  109. James Potter and the Hall of Elder's Crossing
  110. Biweekly Book Thread #6
  111. Bad writing
  112. Biweekly Book Thread Topic Suggestions
  113. Biweekly Book Thread #7
  114. Biweekly Book Thread #8
  115. The 39 Clues
  116. Biweekly Book Thread #9
  117. Sara Shepard Books
  118. "Author bands"
  119. Biweekly Book Thread #10
  120. Books with Harry Potter references in them?
  121. Biweekly Book Thread #11
  122. Author Suggestions for Biweekly Discussions
  123. Thomas Tryon's The Other
  124. Have you ever cried while reading a book
  125. Dexter Series
  126. The Millenium Trilogy - Stieg Larsson
  127. Biweekly Author Discussion - Jane Austen
  128. Biweekly Author Discussion - The Brontë sisters
  129. Would you read any books that JKR writes?
  130. Book Communities Online - Goodreads, Shelfari etc
  131. Best Books of 2010: Share your favourites!
  132. The Darkest Powers trilogy
  133. 'Gone' Series by Michael Grant
  134. One day - David Nicholls
  135. Harlan Coben
  136. Carlos Ruiz Zafón
  137. New "Flipback" book format
  138. The Book Thief - Markus Zusak
  139. The Fever Series by Karen Marie Moning
  140. Stephen Chbosky's The Perks of Being A Wallflower
  141. Kurt Vonnegut
  142. Good Urban/Contemporary fantasy series with one main character who's unaware/clueless
  143. Kiki Strike
  144. Moments that you didn't see coming in books...
  145. Romeo and Juliet
  146. Passages So Beautiful They Must Be Read Aloud
  147. Help with a book title...
  148. 2011: Your Reading.
  149. Chaucer (and Other Middle English Literature)
  150. Your current read v6
  151. JK Rowling's new book: The Casual Vacancy
  152. Honor Harrington by David Weber
  153. Books about magic school
  154. Miss Peregrine's home for peculiar children
  155. Looking for Jim Dale ..
  156. Harry Hole Series by Jo Nesbo
  157. Sticking genders on books
  158. New J.K. Rowling children's book for 2013?
  159. Most boring book(s) you've read or tried to read
  160. The most depressing book(s) you've read
  161. The Cuckoo’s Calling, by Robert Galbraith aka JK Rowling
  162. Expanding the story with e-novellas / short novels
  163. genderswapping in fiction?