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    H.P. Lovecraft is probably my favourite author.

    ..his Cthulu Mythos books are well worth the read for any fan of the horror genre...my personal favourite of his is Shadow Over Innsmouth.
    YourSensei YourSensei 22-25, M 2 Responses Oct 6, 2015

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    Light And Heavy Reading.

    I will suggest three books here in order of complexity... the first would be THE HANGING MAN by Phillip K. ****, anyone unfamiliar with his work would benefit from this read and those already familiar might like this short overlooked story. Second is COMMUNION by Whitley Strieber...
    TheDaken TheDaken 26-30, M May 3, 2013

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    May Books

    Since we had few people reading and suggesting books, I decided to suggest The Top 10 Books of 2008 - People's Choice. Please choose a book to read, or suggest one you have already read. 1. 'Breaking Dawn' by Stephenie Meyer Breaking Dawn, the fourth book in Stephenie...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 31 Responses May 3, 2009

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    Haunting Books

    I've often wondered why I keep coming back to some books. Over and over again. I'd voraciously read them as if I've never read them before. Even if I know what's going to happen. Even if I know what they will say. I keep reading them. Walt Disney's Peter Pan My first bedtime...
    Sylphy Sylphy 41-45, F 3 Responses Mar 31, 2012

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    Dr. Robyn smith writes Hungry !

    Excellent book that talks about life's struggles and how to overcome them!
    skipper596 skipper596 22-25, F Nov 27, 2014

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    August Book Suggestion

    OK, here it goes, these are the books recently suggested in this group: Kalimantaan by Godshalk American Rust by Meyer Masters and Commanders by Roberts Luanne Rice Wally Lamb "She's Come Undone" Our Lady of the Forest The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 46 Responses Aug 3, 2009

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    I'm trying to remember the title of this book

    that I read a few years ago. I don't remember the title or the author sadly, all I remember is the book cover of one of the books in the series and a couple fragments of characters. the one book cover I remember is green, and on it in a boarder is a girl also in green with...
    emi2112 emi2112 18-21, F Nov 18, 2015

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    my ritual to find a perfect book : go to the

    library and pick random titles, read the brief description at the back of the cover and the biography of the author, pick a random page and start reading just to see how intriguing it is, scroll the book rapidly and smell the pages cause i don't want an emotionless book and...
    SabiDarrio SabiDarrio 18-21, F 3 Responses Feb 7, 2015

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    I Love The Stephanie Plum Mysteries..

    I think they are a lot of fun!  They make me laugh! I think Janet Evanovich has written a great series.  I hope someone makes movies out of one of the series.  I think Sandra Bullock would make a great Stephanie Plum!  
    luvmc11 luvmc11 46-50, F 6 Responses Sep 24, 2010

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    Tell me the weirdest book you have read.

    A friend suggested this thread. Her question was. "What was the weirdest book you have checked out of a library? Bought? Read?
    jeresey jeresey 56-60, F 5 Responses May 2, 2014

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    One of the most beautiful things is finding a

    book that feels like it's speaking directly to you. To have every time you read it feel like the first time. To come home after a bad day and know that solace can be found within its covers. To find between its pages little pieces of yourself that you didn't know you'd lost...
    CNorde CNorde 18-21, F 1 Response Feb 4, 2015

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    SabiDarrio SabiDarrio 18-21, F Feb 4, 2015

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    Tie!

    We have a tie between: 1. Romance 2. Sci-fi / Fantasy 3. Spiritual (with my vote added) I recomment we pick a book from each genre, we don't have to read all the three books, but we will have 3 books for this month to chose from. My choices are: 1. The Shack &ndash...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 13 Responses Jan 29, 2009

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    i need an opinion about Jeykill

    and Mr hide. anyone read it? do you think it's worth it?
    SabiDarrio SabiDarrio 18-21, F 1 Response Feb 4, 2015

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    March Poll Results

    With special thanks to the lovely Blue Haiku, I will announce the result of March poll, please add your comments and pick your march book, or start with your picks. For more information on these books please see March Pick story in this experience. Three Cups of Tea 6 votes...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 13 Responses Feb 28, 2009

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    i fell in love with a book,

    the story is just amazing, first it was an e-book and now there's a published version ( too bad i can't have it) anyway the book is called " a unique kind of love" by Jasmine rose ( canadian author, she's amazing) , here's the link for the book if you want http://www.wattpad.com...
    SabiDarrio SabiDarrio 18-21, F Feb 4, 2015

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    Case Histories

     From the first page Case Histories is engaging.   An apparently simplistic style conceals a very tightly plotted novel.  Kate Atkinson writes with insight and humour.(T)he lifelike characters in Case Histories are what make it such a compelling hybrid: part complex family...
    avatarunknown avatarunknown 51-55, F 2 Responses Feb 2, 2011

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    April Poll

    Since no-one read anything in March, I think we could use March books for May poll!! Please suggest your book for this month and please please please, share your opinion on the book.
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 26 Responses Mar 28, 2009

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    Midnight Sun

    The unfinished work of Stephenie Meyers, due to pirates!?! It's Twilight written from Edward's point of view and can be found on her official website. Just a peek so you can answer my question: "My breathing accelerated, and suddenly the quiet in the car seemed to be...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 57 Responses Dec 10, 2009

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    "I am an hourglass. My seventeen years have

    collapsed and buried me from the inside out. My legs feel full of sand and stapled together, my mind overflowing with grains of indecision, choices unmade and impatient as time runs out of my body. The small hand of a clock taps me at one and two, three and four, whispering...
    PiecingMeBackTogether PiecingMeBackTogether 22-25, M 2 Responses Jan 5, 2014

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    I´m from Guatemala,

    and reading about your country and the story, you feel more connect with your country. Learn and Live!
    ThEonlyBoY ThEonlyBoY 18-21, M Nov 16, 2015

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    I need a new book, I like fiction,

    and books that cause really deep emotional questioning. Dystopian novels too. Any suggestions?
    alaynajanelle alaynajanelle 18-21, F 1 Response Sep 12, 2015

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    "I’m always apologizing.

    Forever apologizing. For who I am and what I never meant to be and for this body I was born into, this DNA I never asked for, this person I can’t unbecome. 17 years I’ve spent trying to be different. Every single day. Trying to be someone else for someone else."I can tottaly...
    PiecingMeBackTogether PiecingMeBackTogether 22-25, M Dec 30, 2013

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    Catcher In The Rye

    I read it again, the first time I was 13, after 21 years I still find it amusing. It's 2 days of Holden Coalfield life, wondering around in NY, after he is kicked out of school, for the third time. The story happens after WWII, so he is as old as my grandfather. And that's the...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 25 Responses Nov 21, 2009

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    Sophomore Jinx

      Literature is filled with dazzling first acts and lukewarm follow ups, but the following authors are known to have great second novels.   Jane Austen: With “Pride and Prejudice” after her first novel “Sense and Sensibility”.   Barbara...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 38 Responses Feb 1, 2010

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    Any books on psychology,

    recommendations would be wonderful. I'm also interested in Body language, philosophy, sociology, or any books with a very impactful point of view. I'm always up for anything that can help develop or create & or formulate existing views I have.
    RandomExistence RandomExistence 16-17, M Nov 17, 2015

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    Anyone read #GIRLBOSS ?

    ?? Would love your thoughts! :)
    LoveJennaXo LoveJennaXo 26-30, F Dec 29, 2014

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    Some Classics

    Please choose one so we can discuss it in the next post.   “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee It is set in Alabama in the 1930s and is told from a child's viewpoint. The story deals with race, outcasts and growing up. It is a quick...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 64 Responses Nov 10, 2009

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    I just posted a book review: Go Set a

    Watchmanhttp://beaujohnson.us/review-go-set-a-watchman/
    Beau72 Beau72 70+, M Jul 31, 2015

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    April Poll Result

    Please choose one and start reading, then write your review, and start a debate:   'American psycho' by Bret Easton Ellis 'The Shadow of the Wind' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon 'Catch 22' by Joseph Heller 'The Mill on the Floss' by George Eliot 'Dead Man's...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 22 Responses Apr 4, 2009

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    Is there someone interested into start a

    conversation on a book review, share comments or un general talk about a good book? I used to do it before and I miss that.
    deleted deleted 26-30 2 Responses Jul 21, 2015

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    Top Books Made Into Movies In 2009

    Many books get made into movies every year, adding fuel to the debate about whether movies based on books are ever as good as the books themselves. Despite the debate, many fans cannot resist seeing their favorite books made into movies. Here are some of the biggest movie...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 39 Responses Jan 20, 2010

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    Books are only good once you've made the

    literature your own.. For example; anyone can read a bunch of words on a page but to be taken away by those words to another world... To read between the lines... To imagine that life.. Now that is a successful book reading session! Everything in human nature points towards...
    SammyJD11 SammyJD11 31-35, M 2 Responses Jan 30, 2014

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    Intuition is really a sudden immersion of the

    soul into the universal current of life From "The Alchemist"
    alaynajanelle alaynajanelle 18-21, F 3 Responses Sep 30, 2015

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    The Author Connor Fitzgerald Interviewed By Hotreads

    An interview with Connor Fitzgerald; author of A Brave New Squad, In Each Other We Trust, The Enemy Within and The B-Squad. 1. What are your books about? The B-Squad books are about a counter-terrorist organisation who uses facebook to profile and recruit new members who carry...
    hotreads hotreads 26-30, F 1 Response Nov 13, 2012

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    It is hard to find anyone to discuss books .

    People are so attached to watching TV that they hardly read anything worthwhile now.
    whitesunshine87 whitesunshine87 51-55, F 3 Responses Feb 8, 2015

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    Anyone read Gates of Fire.

    Im usually a non fiction reader, but this book is a piece of art.
    edthegreat85 edthegreat85 26-30, M 1 Response Feb 5, 2015

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    The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini

    Maybe because I was stuck in a hospital bed with limited channels on the TV when I awoke from a 5 week coma and needed better pain meds. Maybe because I am just getting sick of being sick and being stuck watching TV and the pain meds weren’t working. Maybe because there...
    RichieRich78 RichieRich78 51-55, M 9 Responses Mar 26, 2010

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    Detectives Time Line

    think you'll enjoy this as much as I did, if you are a detective story fan.   Imperium By Robert Harris When Tiro, the confidential secretary (and slave) of a Roman senator, opens the door to a terrified stranger on a cold November morning, he sets in motion a...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 21 Responses Apr 3, 2010

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    Rule #1 One Book Each week

    Well the thing is I love books and want to discuss it with people who read them. I suggest we pick a book each week and talk books. P. S. Sorry! I have corrected this in the comments, one book each week is a bit more than I can handle, so I changed it to a book each...
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort 36-40, F 37 Responses Jan 26, 2009

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    When I was an average high school girl,

    with no major beauty features, never dated, had wild imaginations/fantasties, and was about to graduate, I was able to truly relate to the main chracter of this story, a creature with hideous looks and powers that just wanted to be desired by the prince of that region. It's been...
    FashionQueen86 FashionQueen86 26-30, F Nov 18, 2015

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    I'm looking for my people.

    By "my people" I mean anyone who has read Neverwhere, Sandman, 100 Bullets, Horns, Nos482 along with anything and everything Batman related. Oh, and Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles(real vampires don't sparkle). First we're gonna make Joel Schumacher pay for Batman Forever and...
    tsharif80 tsharif80 31-35, M 2 Responses Sep 16, 2015

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    I miss talking books with people.

    It's not a past time many people choose with all the instant entertainment on portable screens.
    katariffik katariffik 31-35, F 2 Responses Apr 13, 2015

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    I love Terry Pratchett's writing.

    I have read most of his work and the films are good too, especially Hogfather.
    FascistAnarchyNOthanks FascistAnarchyNOthanks 61-65, F 1 Response Jan 8, 2014

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