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I'm reading my sister's keeper by jodi picoult.
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SnowWright wrote:
I'm reading my sister's keeper by jodi picoult.


Picoult fans yeah! I haven't read that one, yet, but I think she's a fantastic author. It's on my to-read list.

Lately I've been blazing through Agatha Christie mysteries. They go fast, and they have such a charming old-timey British feel to them--chock-full of all kinds of snooping maids, disgraced nobility, and scheming governesses. It kind of reads like a game of Clue every time, but she's great at giving you all the information you need and still making it almost impossible to figure out the culprit. Way fun.
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Goosebumps are fun to read. Especially the "Choose you're scare" ones.


Oh yeah, "Give Yourself Goosebumps!" Man, I still read those from time to time, especially the carnival one.

My taste in literature is so refined.
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Franziska's Whip wrote:
Essa_L_M.E wrote:
Goosebumps are fun to read. Especially the "Choose you're scare" ones.


Oh yeah, "Give Yourself Goosebumps!" Man, I still read those from time to time, especially the carnival one.

The only one I own is the Tick, Tock, You're Dead (At least that's what I think it's called) I've read it so many times that I've pretty much memorised the way to finish alive.
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Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita is a masterpiece and you should read it.

(Then watch the 1997 movie, it's great.)
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Greeny wrote:
Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita is a masterpiece and you should read it.

(Then watch the 1997 movie, it's great.)

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I had that on my ipod for a while, until I bought it, it's a good book.

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Greeny wrote:
Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita is a masterpiece and you should read it.

(Then watch the 1997 movie, it's great.)

I keep meaning to read it, but I forget whenever I go to the library.
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Definetly The Hunger Games and Catching Fire. And the Diary Of A Wimpy Kid series.
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I love the Hunger Games! Funny, I was just re-reading Catching Fire earlier today. =)
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As a tradition, I read The Count of Monte Cristo at least once a year.

My all time favorite and true classic.
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I love the 'My Story' set. <3
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RoundedEdge wrote:
Greeny wrote:
Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita is a masterpiece and you should read it.

(Then watch the 1997 movie, it's great.)

I keep meaning to read it, but I forget whenever I go to the library.

Dammit, I forgot again!
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I'm almost done with Slaughterhouse Five, which is pretty awesome. It's an interesting blend of science fiction (there are aliens and time travelling) and anti-war propaganda (part of the book is set during WWII). The writing is witty as well. Expect the line "So it goes" to appear whenever something bad happens.

I think I will read The Picture of Dorian Gray after this, since I got it on my birthday and all.
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I just finished Cell, by Stephen King. It was the first Stephen King novel I've ever read, and I'm convinced he's a genius.
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I just finished Cell, by Stephen King. It was the first Stephen King novel I've ever read, and I'm convinced he's a genius.


Read The Stand next. It's my favorite Stephen King book, and the one that convinced me of his genius.
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It by Stephen King rocks.
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Anyone else a Jane Eyre fan? I know a lot of people hate it due to having it forced upon them at school, but it's pretty good as far as being cheesily romantic and occasionally downright silly goes.
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Bluesky wrote:
Anyone else a Jane Eyre fan? I know a lot of people hate it due to having it forced upon them at school, but it's pretty good as far as being cheesily romantic and occasionally downright silly goes.

I hate Pride and Prejudice, but only because we were made to read it in year 10, and again in year 12. Actually, I never finished re-reading it for year 12, I just watched the BBC movie version.
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Bluesky wrote:
Anyone else a Jane Eyre fan? I know a lot of people hate it due to having it forced upon them at school, but it's pretty good as far as being cheesily romantic and occasionally downright silly goes.

I remember reading that book but never got round to finishing it.

I've been reading Dark Calling by Darren Shan - it scared the hell out of my mum. I love the gory details.
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I've been reading Dark Calling by Darren Shan - it scared the hell out of my mum. I love the gory details.

Which one's that in the series again? 9th, is it? IMO, the ones that aren't from Grubb's viewpoint aren't as good as the ones that are.
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... I tried to find 'To Kill a Mockingjaybird'. I failed. That and I want Catching Fire.

Buuuut... I finished this good book called Surviving Antarctica: Reality TV 2083. It was good, and kinds of reminds me of the Hunger Games, but the ending was kind of disappointing though...
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I love the 'My Story' set. <3


Aw, so do I. They're some of my favourite books ever. :bellboy:
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Lately, I've come into a writer, who has a name Alexey Piehov. He's not widespread in bookshops, but I tell ya people - he is genious. I place his fantasy books and novels on one ranks with such writers's as Robert Asprin, Christopher Stasheff, Roger Zhelazny and Robert Shekley's.

Also, my friend gave me loads of books on comp. There're like 10000 books (over 9000, that's what I remember), not counting manga.
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I've started rereading the Redwall saga again, and my mom read it. Or tried to read it. Molespeak is hard to understand. And it also reminds me that I have to make a list of good books. Also picked up Turnabout by Haddix just because the title is the word 'turnabout'. Like it so far.
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Also picked up Turnabout by Haddix just because the title is the word 'turnabout'. Like it so far.

I'm glad I'm not the only one who read it just for the title. I didn't like it though.
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I know I posted this before, but are there ANY Icemark fans out there? It's an excellent series! I'm reading the 3rd one for the 3rd time. Iv'e read the first one 4 times, the second 2 times! (It's the worst one)
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I started reading them Icemark books, but I got bored. I might give them another go though.
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Has anyone read A Land Without Magic by Stephen Elboz? Because I haven't either.
I got it for my birthday in 2002, and I've never finished it.
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Finished reading the newest Vampirates book last week.

Spoiler:
HOLY FUCK, LOLA'S PREGNANT ON TWINS!!1!1!
And Grace cheated on Lorcan. :zenitora:
And Bart's dead. I nearly cried at that, since he's one of my favourite characters, and he was about to propose to Cate. :sob:


Now I want to read the next book. :edgy:
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Currently reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman. I picked it up in 2008 but never got around to reading it. It's really good so far!
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Acey Enn wrote:
Currently reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman. I picked it up in 2008 but never got around to reading it. It's really good so far!


Enjoy your many random sex scenes. I love Gaiman, but he can be a little weird.

I just picked up three enormous tomes full of the entire Sherlock Holmes canon with weirdly loving and detailed annotations. I read through all of Adventures and Memoirs, and now I'm working through the novels in order.

Mostly I got them because felt bad for loving the movie so much even though I had never read a Holmes story. Now I just feel bad for waiting so long. This stuff is just pure fun.
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Hula_Maggey wrote:
Acey Enn wrote:
Currently reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman. I picked it up in 2008 but never got around to reading it. It's really good so far!


Enjoy your many random sex scenes. I love Gaiman, but he can be a little weird.

Oh, I'll enjoy them. :D
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I find it hard to read if there are no pictures. This is why I love graphic novels. Speaking of graphic, I remember one thing. In this book about chocolate creation, that two African kids were fully naked, even showing their penis. THAT is how I learnt part of sex ed. so early. :gant:
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Also speaking of graphic novels, there are Twilight ones out now.
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P!ATD wrote:
Finished reading the newest Vampirates book last week.

Spoiler:
HOLY FUCK, LOLA'S PREGNANT ON TWINS!!1!1!
And Grace cheated on Lorcan. :zenitora:
And Bart's dead. I nearly cried at that, since he's one of my favourite characters, and he was about to propose to Cate. :sob:


Now I want to read the next book. :edgy:


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When was it out?

Eww Twilight graphic novels, Edward Cullen is one of the most disgusting fictional characters of all time.

God Breaking Dawn is so hilarious. Stephenie Meyer is defiantly a witch on crack. Right now I'm reading Eragon.

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God Breaking Dawn is so hilarious. Stephenie Meyer is defiantly a witch on crack.

Actually, she's a Mormon on crack...which might actually be scarier...

I just finished Flowers For Algernon.
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Acey Enn wrote:
¢ħłөвø $ħөЌª wrote:
God Breaking Dawn is so hilarious. Stephenie Meyer is defiantly a witch on crack.

Actually, she's a Mormon on crack...which might actually be scarier...

I just finished Flowers For Algernon.

I had to read it for English ages ago. How did you find it?
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It was pretty good...the ending was a bit disappointing, but it was still a good book. I liked the format it was in.
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