What should I read next?

Ok maybe I'm just lazy but I don't often go out and actively look for books to read. I'm not in school so no more convenient library and have read all the books at my house. I can't figure out what to read next. This is a problem (work at a job where nothing happens for a long time) and was just hoping you guys might have a decent suggestion or two. I love reading Historical fiction for the most part, things that generally take place further back then 1950s. I'm open to other suggestions. Please help? I wasn't asking people to tell me what to read next. I was hoping for opinions on what you all find as a good book.

Asked By: s_moynahan - 1/21/2011
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I typed in Gone With The Wind and got these answers... More
Answered By: Lucy S - 1/21/2011
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There 25,000 plus books online at that you can read for free. They're older books that are out of copyright. At least some of them should be historical fiction.
Answered By: SOS - 1/21/2011
Try your local public library for books... More
Answered By: - 1/21/2011
Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks... More
Answered By: Kelley - 1/21/2011
The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton... More
Answered By: 0_o Watchu Lookin At? - 1/21/2011
The Other Boleyn Girl is a good novel
Answered By: Zoey D - 1/21/2011
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