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Old 02-22-2009
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What?!? Don't be dissin' mah Huck Finn.
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You prefer Twilight over Hucleberry Finn?

You prefer Twilight over something?
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Old 02-22-2009
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well, Just finished a random, book found at waterstones, called Eve, which was really good

Now I am starting Number 8 of Malazan book of fallen set, Toll the Hounds (I don't understand title ether?????? but they are legend books)

As for Twilight in class, well do not know about Amercia, but here in England, even when you get to choose books, the pool is small, as they will pretty much fail you striagth off, unless it is a highly accepted peice of literature, and most fantasy fiction is out as well, which is why English literature sucks, and I droped it,
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In terms of novels, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. In terms of manga, the Yotsuba& series.
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Cell by Stephen King. I have about 200 pages to do before it's due back on Friday.
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Cell by Stephen King. I have about 200 pages to do before it's due back on Friday.
OOOh thats a grand book
*Stephen king fan*

Have you read
Rose red?
its old but very good

I loved the Pianist, because it was alot more in depth than the movie, it detailed the man behind the story..it was amazingly good :p

historical fiction and non fiction are my top favorites ^_^
anything on Tudor history from Henry VII - elizabeth's death is great
Actually anything on monarchs and the black plague is interesting IMO
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Old 03-19-2009
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Resident Evil 4...dont remember the title, it's something like Underworld
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Old 04-02-2009
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white noise
it's an odd book and there's a toxic event in it.
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Both Sides of Time by Caroline B Cooney
umm does anyone know any good autobiographies/biographies/memoirs? I need to read one for school....thanks^^
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Old 04-08-2009
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now reading 2001 a space odessy. Man does this book lose a bit in adaption to screen with out a 3 person narrator.
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Old 04-08-2009
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lawls
i am reading a few different things
THE ILIAD
some book i cant remember the name
Ingredients on coke bottles
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Old 04-20-2009
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I have just starting reading Stephenie Meyer's (NOT Twilight!) The Host. I couldn't help myself, after I saw:

'Featuring what may be the first love triangle invovling only two bodies,'

Urm, can you say Yugi/Yami/Anzu? xD
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Right know i'm reading Spock's World by Diane Duane
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the Book Theif by Markus Zusak
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"Do androids dream of electric sheep?" better known by the title of the movie adaptaion "Blade Runner".
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I didn't like Huckleberry Finn. Too much going on and not enough stability.
What are they teaching in the schools these days?

Neale Donald Walsch, "Communion with God"
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Old 04-21-2009
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heard Theif was a good book. Is it?

I'm currentlly reading Jane Erye btw for my English class. So far, so good. My teacher has done an excelent job in litterature selection to "force" his class to read. Some have become my favorite books such as 1984 and Catch-22. If any of you get a chance to read it, I stronglly recommend it.
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uuummmmm
well
i think 4...
Wicked, Twilight, More Code For Cats and Have a nice day!

i have a short attention span :D
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I am re-reading Richard Matheson's Hell House right now. One of my favorite horror novels. I also still go through a bunch of H.P. Lovecraft stuff every now and then. Once i am done re-reading Hell House, I will be re-reading Bram Stoker's Dracula. Which is the best horror novel ever IMO.
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Hmm I wasnt to fond of Catcher in the Rye, but its ok.
If you care for "classic" books or "memorable" books, I also recommend The Grapes of Wrath. More than likelly it will be assigned in a public university collage at some point. Its boring as hell to read, but the message with it is great. So if you do read it be sure to discuse it with another person or it wont seem as good.
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I'm reading through a set of Doctor Who books my Mum got me for Christmas. X3 They're pretty awesome.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horacio_Quiroga

I?m Reading:
Stories of Love, Madness, and Death (Cuentos de Amor, de Locura y de Muerte, 1917)
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Making Money by Terry Pratchett.

No, I tell a lie, I just finished it ^^
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Urm, can you say Yugi/Yami/Anzu? xD
Best love triangle ever In my opinion! ^.^

and I'm reading this book called Pharaoh by some guy called Manfredi... It's supposed to be a conspiracy theory, kind of like the da'vinci code but with Moses instead =)
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"The Gunslinger" by Stephen King and "Iron Angel" By Alan Campbell
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I just finished the second part of Larsson's trilogy, The Girl Who Played with Fire. Now I'm going to read the last book, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest. I loved the first two books, so I'm really looking forward to it.
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"salem's lot" stephen king
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Neale Donald Walsch, "Friendship with God"
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Exchange by Paul Magrs. Picked the first book I could find off the shelf for a reading project at school and I love it. It's a nice little read, for the teenage age range. It's theme is kind of like Fahrenheit 451.
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catch 22

crap but i have to read it
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