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Thread: Books!

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    I read a few Star Wars books a few years back. But I don't read books anymore as I tend to get bored. So I feel more comfortable with a movie. It also takes less time

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    Let's restart this conversation, as I'm sure we have more members here who enjoy reading :D

    I'd love to get back into reading at some point - I've got a crapload of novels, autobiographies, manga and all sorts to get through. Problem is, I don't really have the time to just want to sit back and chill with a book. Shame really.

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    Mostly what I read are graphic novels and books on Martial Arts. Sin City and Watchmen are obvious picks. I've only just recently got into graphic novels though. And for Martial Arts, right now I'm reading alot of Bruce Lee's material.
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    oh i dunno fics i guess...

    I really like stuff like harry potter and narnia (favs: harry#4 & narn#2)

    and of course i've had my fill of manga and anime (go pokemon & SonicX!)

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    Just read The Kite Runner in AP English class....though I have read the novel before....really powerful stuff in there...makes one think radically about one's interpretation of a place...

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    I read The Kite Runner two years back. I really enjoyed it . I read all kinds of books except for autobiographies. Not really a big fan. I'm more into crime genre James Patterson is my favourite author ever I'm currently reading Inheritance by Christopher Paolini, but I won't get to enjoy the book because I have to study for exams

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    Ahh, the Kite Runner. I was gutted when they cut my favourite characters from the book from the film version - Mr and Mrs Nguyen.

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    I LOVE the Kite Runner! Easily a book I could pick up on reading again.

    For another highschool-level book I've read, it Brave New World. I liked the twisted concept of utopia as descibed by Huxley.
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    Reviving this thread!

    I've read a lot of books, but most of it's just stuff aimed at kids and teenagers.

    One of my favourite series, which I read a few books of, is The Quentaris Chronicles. It's written by several different Australian authors. I reckon it's what got me into fantasy. I also loved reading anything by Paul Jennings, the Australian author. He also co-wrote Deadly! with another author, Morris Gleitzman. It was a six-part story and I had all of the books into one huge one. It was an awesome story and I really enjoyed it.

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    Started reading this novel my neighbor lent me; Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill. At first the premise seemed as basic; an avid collector buys a suit of an fake eBay site. Normal right? Nope - he was tricked into buying the thing by some woman who had a vandetta against him for causing the death of her sister, whom he lived with.


    And wow...this thread is back...yay.

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