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best book? 2005-04-10 12:41:23 Reply

ender's game

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 12:45:36 Reply

My favourite book is A Tale Of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. Sydney Carton is the most gentlemanly character I have ever known, in real life or in art.


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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 12:46:50 Reply

"The Wasp Factory" by Iain Banks.

Its an awesome, dark book about a crazy boy who lives in Scotland and blows up animals and stuff ^^

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 12:47:49 Reply

calvin and hobbes, yukon ho!

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 12:48:38 Reply

At 4/10/05 12:41 PM, Kasualty wrote: ender's game

what is being yours?

Although Enders Game was extremly good, i have to go with Lord of the Rings trilogy. Only books that have teared me up.

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 12:49:38 Reply

Garth Nix's trilogy of Sabriel, Lirael, and Abhorsen.


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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 12:50:47 Reply

Enders Shadow, or Shades Children

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 12:50:54 Reply

everyone in my school had to read pigman except my class we read forged by fire which is still a good book but i wonder what is the pigman aboot <--( canadian vernacular)?


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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:09:49 Reply

i dont read much.... last book i read was mort by terry pratchet... thats quite good

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:30:54 Reply

Survivor - Chuck Palahniuk is teh best book in teh universe ever,
Terrorists, hijackings, death cults, murderors, twins, fux0rz, destruction, a riot, and a LANDFILL OF PORN!!!


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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:31:45 Reply

Fight Club by Chuck Palahnuick

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:32:49 Reply

Dune by Frank Herbert. I also like the Lord of the Isles series by David Drake, and the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis.


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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:33:16 Reply

animorphs. all of them.

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:33:37 Reply

At 4/10/05 12:41 PM, Kasualty wrote: ender's game

what is being yours?

I liked Ender's Game, we read that in school last year and it was the best thing I've ever read in a curiculum.

My favorite book is probably Brave New World followed by 1984.

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:34:12 Reply

The game manual of World of Warcraft

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:35:13 Reply

At 4/10/05 01:33 PM, Natalya_Numanae wrote: My favorite book is probably Brave New World followed by 1984.

Have you read Farenheit 451? Good book. A lot like your choices.


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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:36:50 Reply

At 4/10/05 01:31 PM, -Frank- wrote: Fight Club by Chuck Palahnuick

noooooooo way is fight club better than survivor!!!! Its a damn good book but it aint survivor good


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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:37:02 Reply

"The Stand" By Steven King. The Uncut edition is mad long (about 1,300 pages) but it tells a really cool and interesting story about a disease wiping out humanity, leaving few scattered survivors. The survivors set up two new civilizations, but the two cities were rivals from the start, leading to a post- apocolyptic war. This is a book that has everything: Allegory, Violence, protest, romance, horror, symbolism, and so much more. The tagline fro the mini- series was quite fitting: "The End of the World is Only the Beggining."

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:37:58 Reply

At 4/10/05 01:35 PM, LadyGrace wrote:
At 4/10/05 01:33 PM, Natalya_Numanae wrote: My favorite book is probably Brave New World followed by 1984.
Have you read Farenheit 451? Good book. A lot like your choices.

Two years ago, it was good. =)

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:39:27 Reply

I don't read much, but I'd have to say the Resident Evil Game novelizations by S.D. Perry and Of Mice and Men and Crown / Court Duel. The Vampire Chronicles aren't bad either.

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:42:26 Reply

Of Mice and Men.


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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 13:45:46 Reply

Lady of Poison- Forgotton realm book.

about a hunter named marrec who goes on a journey to find the connection between Ash(A baby with healing powers) and his master he serves under Lurue

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 14:15:58 Reply

1984.

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 14:17:42 Reply

The Gunslinger by Stephen King

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 14:18:15 Reply

Catch -22, by Joseph Heller

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 14:42:17 Reply

At 4/10/05 12:48 PM, Erathun wrote:
At 4/10/05 12:41 PM, Kasualty wrote: ender's game

what is being yours?
Although Enders Game was extremly good, i have to go with Lord of the Rings trilogy. Only books that have teared me up.

The LOTR and Ender books are extremely good, but I prefer the Magic: The Gathering series over both of them, esepcially the Ice Age and Invasion cycles.

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 14:54:54 Reply

The Client by John Grisham was pretty good. I also liked The Hobbit and LOTR II by J.R.R Tolkien if I have time (that means if I have to read another English book for school) I might read part one and three as well.


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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 14:57:01 Reply

"Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy"


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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 15:00:30 Reply

LoTR unfortunately cannot be so easily pummeled.

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Response to best book? 2005-04-10 15:36:51 Reply

Marine Sniper: 93 Confirmed Kills
Search And Destroy
Halo (all)
The Dark Tower Series