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Thread: Recommended reading

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    Penrod and Sam - Booth Tarkington

    Aswell as his other book, Penrod (the first one).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gray View Post
    The Bible is quite a good read.
    Dunno, I'm not so into Sci-Fi.

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    I find it more interesting than the book about the aliens that dropped bacteria on earth which somehow made humans.

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    Ishmael - Daniel Quinn

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    Who did Cthulu, cause those books are great.
    Numeric isn't ****ing funny,Numeric isnt ****-
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    Oh yes, how did I forget it.

    The Inheritance Trilogy. Eragon and Eldest - Christopher Paolini. The third book isn't out yet, though.

    They are awesome books. The first one they made a movie out of last year. The book is MUCH better than the movie. They just totally beat the shit out of it and turned it in to crap for a film.

    Bottom line: READ THESE BOOKS, NAO!

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    The Kingdom of this World by Alejo Carpentier


    It's about the Haitian rebellion and mixes magic up with reality, it's very fun. And a really short read too, it's like 180 pages.
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    If you need to be very depressed for some special occasion you might find Good Night Mister Tom a very good read.
    They made me read it when I was 7 years old for school. It has a part where the mum straps a baby to a pipe in the basement and the main character who is a 8 year old boy keeps it alive with his body heat and it dies in his arms.

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    Goodnight Mister Tom (also Good Night, Mr. Tom) is a 1981 novel by Michelle Magorian. It follows a young boy named William Beech who is evacuated from London during the air-raids of World War II, and put into the care of an elderly reclusive man named Tom Oakley.
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    What the ****.
    7 years old reading a book like that?
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    Yeah. It made me sick. Literally.

    And then they made us watch the movie...

    Now can you see why I changed schools?
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