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So everyone I thought I would make this thread for my fellow book lovers! Post your books hear whether it would be comic books a novel or a series!

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Comrade Deg    13

I got Night for am English assignment. Glad to see someone enjoyed it. :D

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Slute    1

Game of Thrones by far!

I also remember reading The Demonata series a couple years back, very enjoyable.

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Guest neom   
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To kill a mocking bird and the original I am legend not the film version but the book.

I advise anyone who hasn't to read it, the book is completely dif from the movie and a million times better, a short read but a real good book

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Stagsview    624

Animal farm, mist by a spanish author, 1984, crime and punishment, pet cementery and thats all i can think of at the momdnt.

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Owen    14

Animal Farm, 1984, To Kill a Mocking Bird, the Crucible, Treasure Island and some others.

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Guest Astycc   
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Great Gatsby, really good novel. 10/10 would read again.

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MartinJ    1

Dostojevskij's Crime and Punishment is #1 no contest.

Then there's everything by Bukowski (Factotum being my favorite), Fulghum, Henry Miller, Klaus Mann (Mephisto being a favorite), the rest of Dostojevskij's work, Tolstoj, Gogol, basically all Russian realists, Murakami (Kafka on the Shore, specifically), Jim Joyce (especially his letters to Nora, heh), Enrich Maria Remarque (anything really), Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Crónica de una muerte anunciada is my favorite)... and probably dozens more.

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Mush    2

I like Chris Ryan's and Andy McNab's books. I also like some books from when I was younger, such as The Faraway Tree Stories. I've collected quite a few of Chris Ryan's books, and have got one of Andy McNab's books - I recommend getting them if you haven't already.

The Harry Potters are cool too, although because I've seen the movie first, reading it gets boring quickly.

I am also partial to a biography/autobiography, I find those rather entertaining.

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Nineteen eighty four is amazing. Recently started reading another book by Orwell, Animal Farm.

The Scott pilgrim graphic novels are pretty sweet too.

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Teas    1

William Gibsons Sprawl trilogy. Neuromancer, Count Zero, Mona Lisa Overdrive. Invented the cyberpunk genre.

Also the Stainless Steel Rat series.

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Teas    1

Nineteen eighty four is amazing. Recently started reading another book by Orwell, Animal Farm.

The Scott pilgrim graphic novels are pretty sweet too.

Incredibly relevant today aswell. Check out Aldous Huxleys Brave New World. It's similarly dystopian but from the opposite end of the scale, the carrot rather than the stick.

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Bubbles    31

I also remember reading The Demonata series a couple years back, very enjoyable.

I read all those book a few years back as well. I'm not a big reader, but I couldn't put them away when I started reading them :)

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Murdercool    29

BOOOOOOKS! Graphic novels my friend! Take a look at my collection:

The Walking Dead collection.

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Marvel, DC and a few different graphic novels.

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Yuval    2

I got Night for am English assignment. Glad to see someone enjoyed it. :D

Same here :o

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tnkydoe    14

What are "books" I've never heard of those. They sound gross though!

I read military books when I do read so I would say lone survivor :D

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Reptile449    0

Sadly I couldn't bring my library to uni, but my favourite series would be:

His dark materials

Chronicles of thomas Covenant

The last dragon chronicles.

Love all of them, but his dark materials by Phillip Pullman has a special place in my heart.

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Guest Shākya   
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Most Tolkien books such as, The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings and the Silmarillion. Most John Steinbeck books are great such as Cannery Row etc. I am also interested and read many history books.

Since we are on the subject of books, I may as well name some of my favourite poems/poets. If you haven't read any Yukio Mishima, I highly recommend you do so. If you can see past some of his nationalist views you shall find that his poems/books are very beautiful. Yukio Mishima was a big inspiration behind my current main RP character 'Daisaku Musashi' and the reformed Doragonzu. Another great poet would have to be Ted Hughes with his poem the Jaguar. :D

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kody311    3

BOOOOOOKS! Graphic novels my friend! Take a look at my collection:

The Walking Dead collection.

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Marvel, DC and a few different graphic novels.

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I am soo jelly!

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Guest ArcticStarling   
Guest ArcticStarling

Animal farm

1984

Catcher in the Rye

Lord of the flies

Flashman series

Game of Thrones

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BOOOOOOKS! Graphic novels my friend! Take a look at my collection:

The Walking Dead collection.

C2hWgMv.jpg

Marvel, DC and a few different graphic novels.

frQq2zk.jpg

Dude yes!

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