The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris
A Gift of Wings by Richard Bach
Toll for the Brave by Jack Higgins
I saw that I had been reading too much non-fiction, so I went ahead and picked up the first three novels I found. I have half a Saturday and my entire Sunday to end the remaining books left, seeing that I'm almost done with one.
I'm almost through with The Silence of the Lambs, and I'm convinced that this is a book best enjoyed once you've seen the movie. The movie is very true to the book, and gives you a face for every character. At the same time, the book has much more of the brilliant dialogue and theorising. I now realise that if I were to ever kidnap a person, I will not be able to kill them by hanging :(
When you show the odd flash of contextual intelligence, I forget your generation can't read, Clarice.
Seems like he knows about CL
Will edit to include the others when I do read them.