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: FAV BOOK?
28 Dec 2011 01:39

enders game

enders game was fantastic!! Really like ender's shadow as well.

Also, just finished Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. WOW. Great gothic fiction!


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RMG
28 Dec 2011 19:44

food

try to eat sand and tell me the results


Neecie
11 Jan 2012 06:58

Loved it !!

Reply to lol by Tracy!

I read that book a long time ago and simply fell in love with it , i can't count the times i have reread it , Pride and Prejudice
Is one of my favorites .


Cacky
11 Feb 2012 18:30

Fav Book

Reply to FAV BOOK? by bethylovesyou

I love Edgar Allen Poe stories and books XD


tumblerjulie
24 Feb 2012 18:23

FAV BOOK?

Reply to FAV BOOK? by bethylovesyou

I also love to read


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Rob from The city of wind (Illinois)
06 Mar 2012 08:59

Re:

Reply to Re by Doll

I wouldn't mind reading them if the author wasn't such a tool IRL


maverick-majed
31 Mar 2012 06:12

Never definite about the answer

Reply to FAV BOOK? by bethylovesyou

I am always hesitant about pointing out a "favorite book". As I believe still I haven't read much. But there are few that are always coming to my mind whenever this question is asked. Fooled by Randomness by Nassim Nicholas Taleb is one. Catcher in the Rye is another. The Prophet by Khalil Gibran has some of the most beautiful prose I've read.


happybee
25 Jul 2012 15:01

my fav book

yeah i heared of gone with wind its good i like milla and boon ..........


25 Jul 2012 18:35

Swan Song

Reply to BOoks by Aurora.

One of the best books I've read is called SWAN SONG by Robert McCammon. Its similar to the theme in THE STAND by Stephen King. I wish McCammon wrote more, he has some other great reads too.


dante999
26 Jul 2012 06:36

MacDonald-Bayne

Reply to lol by Tracy!

Never heard of him. Looks interesting. Which book should I start with?


dante999
26 Jul 2012 06:46

To the Lighthouse

Reply to FAV BOOK? by bethylovesyou

Forced to pick one, I'd have to go with 'To the Lighthouse' by Virginia Woolf, the only book I go back to repeatedly, and with fresh wonder and astonishment each time.


Tracy!
26 Jul 2012 06:47

re

Reply to MacDonald-Bayne by dante999

Dr Murdo McDonald-Bayne http://www.mystica.co.nz/catalogue_drm_bio.html 1 2

and I also highly recommend Joel Goldsmith: http://www.christianscience.org/goldsmith.html 3

Both are excellent metaphysicians that are both open minded and hearted.
Both will lead you to the spring ...then its up to you to drink it ;-) 4


Tracy!
26 Jul 2012 06:51

ps lol

I just have a few sips now and again ;-P


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Brett from Indiana
29 Jan 2013 16:24

reading

Reply to FAV BOOK? by bethylovesyou

i love reading


11 Mar 2013 14:45

FAV BOOK

Reply to FAV BOOK? by bethylovesyou

I love Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World and kafka on the shore by my favorite author Haruki Murakami, white nights by Dostoyevsky and the trilogy books by Paullina Simons|


days019
12 Mar 2013 23:52

Perks of Being a Wallflower

Reply to FAV BOOK? by bethylovesyou

Very relatable, a bit tragic very adventurous, takes place during the 90's, the main character is charlie who is a loner and doesnt rly fit in so he is drawn to two rebels who show him how to loosen up a bit, sam and patrick/ "nothing" are the two other characters they are very extroverted and have their own personal problems, my favorite line from the book " i feel infinite" (:


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Jonathan from Tacoma (Washington)
13 Mar 2013 00:17

The Grammar Architect

Reply to FAV BOOK? by bethylovesyou

By Chris Eaton.


geranium
02 Jul 2013 07:32

FAV BOOK?

Reply to FAV BOOK? by bethylovesyou

I love The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy.