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Finished Dorian Gray. DID NOT LIKE IT ONE BIT.

Why not?
Not enough sexytimes for you? I haven't read it but the name reminds me of a song. XD
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Well, finished Dirk today, and due to reasons involving book lists and OCD, I will not read Gatsby while I wait for Tom Baker to arrive. Instead, I'm going to read To Kill a Mockingbird, which I got from the scool library. I'd ask how it is, but it's mentioned to be brilliant in pretty much every page of this thread. I'll tell y'all my opinion once I've finished.
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Yaragorm wrote:
Finished Dorian Gray. DID NOT LIKE IT ONE BIT.

:chinami:

Anyway guys, I have some sad news for you.

J.D. Salinger, famous for writing The Catcher in the Rye, died two days ago. ;__;
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Marche Tobaye wrote:
Anyway guys, I have some sad news for you.

J.D. Salinger, famous for writing The Catcher in the Rye, died two days ago. ;__;


I was going to post about that, but felt it would make me look like a big phony, since I was never really much of a fan. I might give Catcher another shot, since it's been a long time.

At my dad's recommendation, I just started "The Professor and the Madman." It's non-fiction, about a murderous lunatic that contributed something like ten thousand definitions to the first Oxford English Dictionary, all while confined at an asylum. It's...more awesome than it sounds.
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I just finished reading "The Housekeeper + The Professor" by Yoko Ogawa. It was really touching. I recommend it. Although there some wierd math parts.....
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I've finished the book 'In ecstasy' It was quite good.
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I've really liked the series of the Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan. The latest one, The Gathering Storm, was one of the better books in it.
Stephen King is one of my favourite authors-The Talisman is my fave book of his. Rose Madder is...odd at times. not really a horro story as such, just...strange. The painting is we~i~rd.
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I just finished Darren Shan's Demonata series. It's not as good as The Saga Of Darren Shan (I thought the ending was disappointing), but it's still very good.
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RoundedEdge wrote:
I just finished Darren Shan's Demonata series. It's not as good as The Saga Of Darren Shan (I thought the ending was disappointing), but it's still very good.

Ditto right here.
The characters are just...not so..likeable, I found.
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Jacqueline Wilson's books make me lol.
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Jacqueline Wilson's books make me lol.

I used to be a huge fan of them! Then I grew older, and realised how emo they are...
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Chloebabes wrote:
Yaragorm wrote:
Finished Dorian Gray. DID NOT LIKE IT ONE BIT.

Why not?
Not enough sexytimes for you? I haven't read it but the name reminds me of a song. XD

Actually it has too much sexytimes for my taste. But other than that, it's not very appealing. I often found myself skipping paragraphs because they were getting too monotonous.
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Artemis. F*cking. Fowl.
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Artemis. F*cking. Fowl.
this guy wins internetz.


Bleh, used to love it, now it just seems flat. Although I do appreciate the Ace Attorney references in the 6th book.
I don't hate And Another Thing as much as some Hitchhiker's fans, but it still doesn't match up. Not that anything ever could, of course =P

Anyway, just realized I've never posted here before. Two books I love are The Princess Bride and I Am The Cheese. And, of course, the Hitchhiker's series.
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I've been thinking of something new to read lately... Does anybody have any recommendations?
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Midnight Jasper wrote:
THOMASNATOR wrote:
Artemis. F*cking. Fowl.
this guy wins internetz.


Bleh, used to love it, now it just seems flat. Although I do appreciate the Ace Attorney references in the 6th book.
I don't hate And Another Thing as much as some Hitchhiker's fans, but it still doesn't match up. Not that anything ever could, of course =P

Anyway, just realized I've never posted here before. Two books I love are The Princess Bride and I Am The Cheese. And, of course, the Hitchhiker's series.

Ace Attorney references? Where? I'll re read the whol book just to find them if need be!

And I like AF too, Thomas. And I liked AAT too, MJ! Good to know I'm not alone.
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Artemis. F*cking. Fowl.
this guy wins internetz.

I think my brother read this for school or something. I don't really know what it's about though...
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Midnight Jasper wrote:
THOMASNATOR wrote:
Artemis. F*cking. Fowl.
this guy wins internetz.


Although I do appreciate the Ace Attorney references in the 6th book


wait, what?! okay, that's it, i have to reread the first five books like right now so i can finally pick this up D:
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Actually it has too much sexytimes for my taste. But other than that, it's not very appealing. I often found myself skipping paragraphs because they were getting too monotonous.


I want it if it's got lots of sexytimes in it.
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Midnight Jasper wrote:
THOMASNATOR wrote:
Artemis. F*cking. Fowl.
this guy wins internetz.


Bleh, used to love it, now it just seems flat. Although I do appreciate the Ace Attorney references in the 6th book.
I don't hate And Another Thing as much as some Hitchhiker's fans, but it still doesn't match up. Not that anything ever could, of course =P

Anyway, just realized I've never posted here before. Two books I love are The Princess Bride and I Am The Cheese. And, of course, the Hitchhiker's series.


WHERE?
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Right here. Dunno if they're intentional, but...
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Gah, I was about to post that. I love the AF books, the funny thing is I read that last book at the same time I was playing JFA. I half-noticed each reference. XD

I love the Darren Shan books as well. <3
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While I feel that those "references" are incredibly minute, I still find them awesome.

I've finished part 1 of To Kill a Mockingbird. What is there to say that isn't spoilers?
Spoiler: Part 1 End
Rawr, angry Jem is angry and hates prejudiced mean woman who even sent some torture to him after she died! Grargh.
T'is an interestign book thus far.

Who on Earth is Tom Baker? is funny and interesting. When he was younger, he went to a club for masturbating. No joke. Buy it and read it for yourself.
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'Change of Heart' by Jodi Picoult. It was really good.
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I read The Love Suicides at Amijima by Chikamatsu Monzaemon for my World Literature class. It's a really sad story, really, but it's a very famous Japanese play done for kabuki and puppet theatre.
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I just bought a copy of that new terry pratchet book
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I should read Dead Sexy on my shelf.

The Liar by Stephen Fry is epic in many different ways.
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I just bought a copy of that new terry pratchet book
I dont like it D:

That's why I borrow books from the library, and only buy them if I really liked them.
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Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell.
Hands down my favourite book, though he's not my fav author. J.D. Salinger is my favourite author, and I was so devastated when I found out he died!
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I just finished To Kill a Mockingbird and holy crap, the trail onwards is brilliant. Easily one of my favourite books o all time.

Spoiler: Right at the end
I loved how the only thing Boo Radley said was this: "Please take me home" in a whisper. Shows how childlike he is.

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I finished The Road a few days ago and I loved it. I also started reading Slaughterhouse 5, it's pretty good too.
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What's the most sauciest book you've ever read?
I love how WHSmith didn't ask for ID when I bought a gay erotica book. XD
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i finished reading to kill a mocking bird. it was quite good except for...
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I didn't like how bloody long it took to get to the trial I mean the story's main point more or less is the trial of a black man and yet only about two chapters are devoted to it when most of the book is devoted to Jem and Scout sitting on their arses doing fuck all also it got a little bit preachy near the end when they started talking about Hitler



Possibly the only book that I have ever read that was absloutly perfect in every way (and I mean perfect like a single carat diamond) was the book of lost things by John Connelly.
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I considered rereading my Goosebumps collection last night... Was/Is anyone else a fan of R.L Stine?
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I considered rereading my Goosebumps collection last night... Was/Is anyone else a fan of R.L Stine?


Oh gosh, I devoured those as a kid. Goosebumps and the Boxcar Children made me into the nutso reader I am today.

It's neat seeing students now still reading them. I had a great conversation about "One Day at Horrorland" with a fourth grader the other day. We agreed that it's the best one.
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I considered rereading my Goosebumps collection last night... Was/Is anyone else a fan of R.L Stine?

I only ever read three of his books(the Fear Street Saga) since they were in my class when I was in sixth class, but I adored those books so much. Then I forgot what they were called, and only looked up the name ten seconds ago when I read your post and got reminded of it. XD
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I considered rereading my Goosebumps collection last night... Was/Is anyone else a fan of R.L Stine?


Oh gosh, I devoured those as a kid. Goosebumps and the Boxcar Children made me into the nutso reader I am today.

It's neat seeing students now still reading them. I had a great conversation about "One Day at Horrorland" with a fourth grader the other day. We agreed that it's the best one.

I still have about 30 of them. I never got around to collecting all, like, 100 of them. I personally like the Night Of The Living Dummy ones, myself.
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I only ever read three of his books(the Fear Street Saga) since they were in my class when I was in sixth class, but I adored those books so much. Then I forgot what they were called, and only looked up the name ten seconds ago when I read your post and got reminded of it. XD

I don't think I read the Fear Street Saga as avidly as the actual Goosebumps series. I think I found a squashed spider in the middle of one of them (I borrowed it from the library) and was grossed out by it more than the actual book.
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I considered rereading my Goosebumps collection last night... Was/Is anyone else a fan of R.L Stine?


Oh, totally. I have countless copies of those on my shelf. I really should put them in the attic, my bookshelf is stuffed. xD

Anyways, I just finished rereading Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher because I love it. It's so sad, but I always laugh at this line: "My deepest and darkest? What are you, my gynecologist?"

I'm also trying to make my way through the giant that is Under the Dome by Stephen King. it hurts

I still have about five books to finish from Christmas, I think I'm set for a while >3<
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I considered rereading my Goosebumps collection last night... Was/Is anyone else a fan of R.L Stine?


Oh, totally. I have countless copies of those on my shelf. I really should put them in the attic, my bookshelf is stuffed. xD



..Something bad always happens in the attic in the Goosebumps books XD Goosebumps are fun to read. Especially the "Choose you're scare" ones. Im considering re-reading my "Piano lessons can be Murder" book just becuase I took up piano. :wellington:
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