Aren't his books great macabre? Everyone I've read includes a Golden Retriever. I wonder if any of them don't have one. I also have out "Odd Hours" but I haven't started it yet. |
Ash, Fahrenheit 451 is one of my favorite books. I am sure you will love it once you get a little older.
Reply #541. Jan 17 09, 8:32 PM
lord of the flies by william golding. im making soome quizzes on it.|
Reply #542. Jan 19 09, 11:53 AM
Right now? Well, my friend decided I should start reading more manga, so gave me the 1st Fruits Basket. I've finished all that. Right now I am reading War and Peace, The Grapes of Wrath, and Catcher in the Rye. They really are great.|
Reply #543. Jan 30 09, 9:02 PM
just finished the bloody jack adventures 1-4 for the fourth time. must find the 5th one in some library.|
starting Does My Head Look Big In This? tonight.
Reply #544. Feb 01 09, 4:26 PM
just finished the bloody jack adventures 1-4 for the fourth time. must find the 5th one in some library. totally recommended for readers over age 14.|
starting Does My Head Look Big In This? tonight. can't recommend as i haven't read it before.
Reply #545. Feb 01 09, 4:27 PM
I've been reading two books I have put off for years: "Dracula" and "The Count of Monte Cristo". I'm still working on the former, but I definitely recommend the latter!|
Reply #546. Feb 01 09, 8:59 PM
Stephen Fry's autobiography and Dicken's Little Dorrit|
Reply #547. Feb 02 09, 2:52 PM
eclipse for the trillionth time|
Reply #548. Feb 02 09, 5:49 PM
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban|
Reply #549. Feb 06 09, 10:29 PM
I am currently reading Animal Farm. "I must work harder." Highly recommend it.|
Reply #550. Feb 08 09, 8:54 PM
right now i am reading...If i Did it|
Reply #551. Feb 09 09, 6:36 PM
"What was lost" by Catherine O´Flynn. Nice.|
Reply #552. Feb 10 09, 4:02 PM
I'm reading 'The Code Book' by Simon Singh|
Reply #553. Feb 11 09, 2:58 PM
i'm reading The Golden Compass for the second time and it's like, awesome, again! it is so well written and i definitely recommend it. ps: don't judge a book by it's movie. the book is amazing. :)|
Reply #554. Feb 14 09, 3:50 PM
"The Foundling" by Georgette Heyer.|
Reply #555. Feb 14 09, 4:06 PM
A German crime novel called "Mond über der Eifel" by Jacques Berndorf.|
I think it's a shame that his books aren't translated, as they make really good reading.
Reply #556. Feb 17 09, 6:17 PM
I'm reading two books right now. "Storm Front" by Jim Butcher and "Whatever It Takes" by Elizabeth Drew.|
Reply #557. Feb 17 09, 7:02 PM
"Step On A Crack" by James Patterson|
Michael Bennett is a recently widowed father of 10 adopted children,trying to negotiate the realease of 33 celebrities being held hostage at the funeral of the First Lady.
This is book one of a series,book two was just released so I'm re-reading this one to refresh my memory.
Reply #558. Feb 17 09, 7:39 PM
Septimus Heap by Angie Sage. Definitely recommend it. So far, it's everything Harry Potter could have been had the author not fallen in love with her own literary creation.|
Reply #559. Feb 17 09, 7:43 PM
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire|
Reply #560. Feb 19 09, 5:18 PM
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