Do you remember the first book you read ?#Sidneysheldon

When I started reading English literature, Sidney Sheldon’s “Tell me your dreams?” was my introduction to English novels and (since) then I have fallen in love with his books. He is one of the world’s most admired writer. The sense of anticipation, curiosity, exceptional research, are the requisite ingredients for the magic he creates in his books. Every book is a masterpiece from ‘Bloodline’ to ‘The Best Laid Plans’. He truly is the master of unexpected.

“I am tired of the lies & the cheating, & the broken promises that were never meant to be kept” – The Doomsday Conspiracy

“She could go from a blissful euphoria to a desperate misery she had no control over her emotions” – Tell Me Your Dreams

This book gave me goosebumps, it was a story of a woman named Ashley Patterson who was sexually abused by her father, causing her to develop split personality disorder, she was possessed by three different personalities.

With every turning page there was a new twist, something one never expected, his writing craft is so engaging that you just want to read more and more. I didn’t put down the book for a moment. It was one of the most terrific crime novel with jaw-dropping climax.

🌻Highly recommended. I loved it 💕 you will like it too.

QOTD: Do you remember the first book you read?

11 thoughts on “Do you remember the first book you read ?#Sidneysheldon

  1. Well the recommendations are quite good. Taking cues from them is helping a lot.
    A lavish library is a must I guess😃
    After scratching my head for atleast 15 minutes, “I too had a love story” was my first ever read.😃

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  2. I’ll definitely read these books. I started reading through a normal non fiction book by the writer/wildlife conservationist Lawrence Anthony. It was a decent book and I learned a lot

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