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Favorite books?

Discussion in 'The Coffee House' started by Esmeralda, Jun 18, 2007.

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  1. Esmeralda

    Esmeralda Well-Known Member

    What books do you love, or what books have significantly influenced your life or way of thinking?

    I'll start!

    Sati, by Christopher Pike

    Notre Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), by Victor Hugo

    The Wheel of Time series, by Robert Jordan

    The Agony and the Ecstasy (a biographic novel on the life of Michelangelo),
    by Irving Stone

    Hamlet, by William Shakespeare - hits very close to home!

    The Bible, by lots of people :)

    The Velveteen Rabbit, by Margery Williams

    The Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein

    Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare
  2. gentlelady

    gentlelady Staff Alumni

    Mr. God, This is Anna-Flynn
  3. rd9671

    rd9671 Guest

    How To Practice The Way to a Meaningful Life -- H.H. Dalai Lama

    Healing Anger - The Power of Patience From a Buddhist Perspective
    ---H.H. Dalai Lama

    Destructive Emotions - How can we overcome them?
    ---- a scientific dialogue with the Dalai Lama
  4. ~PinkElephants~

    ~PinkElephants~ Senior member

    Blood Sugar by Nicole blackman


    Bum Rush the Page.....both poetry books
  5. Xalcro

    Xalcro Well-Known Member

    Heh, books... I dunno, they're a murky area in my life. I read loads of random ones...

    Current (most recent): Hybrids, ... forgot the author

    Best psychological thriller: Kerosene, by Chris Wooding

    ... I don't read much.

    Best Shakespeare? Heh: Twelfth Night, or The Merchant of Venice (onleh 'cause I went and saw the play)

    I haven't read Hamlet. I should though, but yeah, only time for Shakespeare is like class, no way is that leisure reading, and like, I think I've finished all Shakespeare, seeing as I'm *definitely* not taking English to the next level... and we've finished it for this course, so yeah. Heh, I guess I miss out, or maybe I should rejoice...

    The Client by John Grisham was also verreh good.

    Well, that's my list for now.
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  6. Lady E

    Lady E Well-Known Member

    "eating the cheshire cat" by helen ellis
  7. Pneuma

    Pneuma Guest

    Frankinstein - Mary Shelly

    Cat's cradle - Kurt Vonnegut

    Fight Club - Chuck Pahlahniuk
  8. lost in space

    lost in space Well-Known Member

    Suicide: what really happens in the afterlife? channeled conversations with the dead.

    Its a good read for those who believe its possible to communicate with those who have "passed to the otherside." All the conversations are with people who have committed suicide.
  9. Terry

    Terry Antiquities Friend Staff Alumni

    All time favourite, Pride and Prejudice.... Jane Austen

    Salem's Lot and The Stand...Stephen King

    Therese Raquin...Emile Zola

    Anna Karenina.....Tolstoy

    Dracula....Bram Stoker

    Age of Reason...Sartre
  10. Ruby

    Ruby Well-Known Member

    I'd like to read that.
  11. gentlelady

    gentlelady Staff Alumni

    Once and Future King by T.H. White
    Dante's Inferno by Dante
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