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    Whats your fav book and author?

    What type of book(s) are you guys into? Who is your all time fav author?

    For me I love reading chick flick books, tragic life stories and biographies.

    Some of my fav authors are Jill Mansell, Tory Hayden, Cecily von Ziegesar, Debbie Macomber.



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    Quote Originally Posted by K1nS View Post
    What type of book(s) are you guys into? Who is your all time fav author?

    For me I love reading chick flick books, tragic life stories and biographies.

    Some of my fav authors are Jill Mansell, Tory Hayden, Cecily von Ziegesar, Debbie Macomber.
    Not really a reader of books. My laptop is my "book". But when I was young, I use to read a lot of Harry Potter books. haha. If its not a childrens book, I loved horror books. I am into horror.

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    haha I actually read the first few harry potter books and was really into them also! Not read the last few that have come out though
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    Same here. Guess I'll just wait for the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K1nS View Post
    What type of book(s) are you guys into? Who is your all time fav author?

    For me I love reading chick flick books, tragic life stories and biographies.

    Some of my fav authors are Jill Mansell, Tory Hayden, Cecily von Ziegesar, Debbie Macomber.
    Hmm... I like these, as far as actual literature:

    1. "Till We Have Faces" by C.S. Lewis
    2. "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arther's Court" by Mark Twain
    3. "The Lord of the Rings" by J.R.R. Tolkien
    4. "Through the Looking-Glass" by Lewis Carroll
    5. "The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide" by Douglas Adams
    6. "Q-Squared" by Peter David
    7. "The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh" by Greg Cox
    8. "I am Spock" by Leonard Nimoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by delphi367 View Post
    Hmm... I like these, as far as actual literature:

    1. "Till We Have Faces" by C.S. Lewis
    2. "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arther's Court" by Mark Twain
    3. "The Lord of the Rings" by J.R.R. Tolkien
    4. "Through the Looking-Glass" by Lewis Carroll
    5. "The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide" by Douglas Adams
    6. "Q-Squared" by Peter David
    7. "The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh" by Greg Cox
    8. "I am Spock" by Leonard Nimoy
    The only book I have read in that list is "Lord of the Rings." I heard they are making another movie called "The Hobbit" based on the first book.
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    I mostly read non-fiction now, usually about psychology, philosophy, metaphysics, speculative history, or whatever else isn't boring. When I was younger, I used to read a lot of Ray Bradbury. I still admire the way he gets into the characters' heads in a poetic way.



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    My favorite book is Small Steps, by Louis Shachar. Hes a fantastic author that has an amazing talent. Read Holes before you read Small Steps, as Small Steps is basically Book #2 of Holes.

    Cheers,

    Stickynotee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    The only book I have read in that list is "Lord of the Rings." I heard they are making another movie called "The Hobbit" based on the first book.
    The Lord of the Rings was full of interesting themes... I liked learning more about the Elvish language, and the other languages that Tolkien created, just for that world.

    I'm actually not surprised that that's the only book on that list you've read. It's most well-known one. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by delphi367 View Post
    The Lord of the Rings was full of interesting themes... I liked learning more about the Elvish language, and the other languages that Tolkien created, just for that world.

    I'm actually not surprised that that's the only book on that list you've read. It's most well-known one. ;)
    I must say, Tolkien's imagination is very unique. He literally created a masterpiece that has become widely known.


     
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