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can't wait for movie to come out in november.
it's coming out a few days before my birthday, ^-^
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lol adorable i'm sure xP i read the first book of harry potter lol 'the child called it' is a must read so sad *sniffs*


my my i read that too and i agree very sad, how can a mother possibly do such things x[

umm there is also a sequel to it that i read if you're interested, it's about the same boy called : "The Lost Boy"
Posted 8/25/08
As I wrote in my profile :

When I read a book, I mostly enjoy reading those epic high fantasy novels and mysteries, but I read loads of the other geners to.
My favourites are : Artemis Fowl, Harry Poter, Eragon, World of WarCraft, The Lord of The Ring, Death Note: Another Note, Twighlight Series, Da Vinci Code, The Wheel of Time, Song of Ice and Fire, Memory, Sorrow and Thorn, Sherlock Holmes stories, Enders Game, Enders Shadow, Alchemist, and a lot more.

"Why, yes, as the matter of fact, I am a bookworm."

So. Anyone want to suggest some great book for me?
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Raiden_Stormstrider wrote:

As I wrote in my profile :

When I read a book, I mostly enjoy reading those epic high fantasy novels and mysteries, but I read loads of the other geners to.
My favourites are : Artemis Fowl, Harry Poter, Eragon, World of WarCraft, The Lord of The Ring, Death Note: Another Note, Twighlight Series, Da Vinci Code, The Wheel of Time, Song of Ice and Fire, Memory, Sorrow and Thorn, Sherlock Holmes stories, Enders Game, Enders Shadow, Alchemist, and a lot more.

"Why, yes, as the matter of fact, I am a bookworm."

So. Anyone want to suggest some great book for me?


umm, did you happen to read Angels and Demons by Dan Brown [Da Vinci code author] ?
Posted 8/25/08

DarkOnigiri wrote:


Raiden_Stormstrider wrote:

As I wrote in my profile :

When I read a book, I mostly enjoy reading those epic high fantasy novels and mysteries, but I read loads of the other geners to.
My favourites are : Artemis Fowl, Harry Poter, Eragon, World of WarCraft, The Lord of The Ring, Death Note: Another Note, Twighlight Series, Da Vinci Code, The Wheel of Time, Song of Ice and Fire, Memory, Sorrow and Thorn, Sherlock Holmes stories, Enders Game, Enders Shadow, Alchemist, and a lot more.

"Why, yes, as the matter of fact, I am a bookworm."

So. Anyone want to suggest some great book for me?


umm, did you happen to read Angels and Demons by Dan Brown [Da Vinci code author] ?


So "Angels and Deamons" are also from Dan Brown. This sounds good, what it is about? This is a mystery novel, right? Thanks for recommendation DarkOnigiri.
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Raiden_Stormstrider wrote:


DarkOnigiri wrote:


Raiden_Stormstrider wrote:

As I wrote in my profile :

When I read a book, I mostly enjoy reading those epic high fantasy novels and mysteries, but I read loads of the other geners to.
My favourites are : Artemis Fowl, Harry Poter, Eragon, World of WarCraft, The Lord of The Ring, Death Note: Another Note, Twighlight Series, Da Vinci Code, The Wheel of Time, Song of Ice and Fire, Memory, Sorrow and Thorn, Sherlock Holmes stories, Enders Game, Enders Shadow, Alchemist, and a lot more.

"Why, yes, as the matter of fact, I am a bookworm."

So. Anyone want to suggest some great book for me?


umm, did you happen to read Angels and Demons by Dan Brown [Da Vinci code author] ?


So "Angels and Deamons" are also from Dan Brown. This sounds good, what it is about? This is a mystery novel, right? Thanks for recommendation DarkOnigiri.


hmm its main character is Robert Langdon, same character in Da Vinci code. and yup it is a mystery novel and i believe you gonna like it =D
i think there is also a movie comin out for this novel ^^
Posted 8/28/08

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xVeron wrote:


d3vilang3l333 wrote:


xVeron wrote:


d3vilang3l333 wrote:


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are you serious? the twilight series is popular for a reason!! I was GREATLY disappointed in the 7th harry potter book, it was practically lame. I do like john grisham books also btw, there extremely good.


Yes, I've very serious, lulz. I think I'll offend all the Twilight fans but I have my own opinion after all, especially now that I've actually read the book. Both Harry Potter and Twilight didn't live up to the hype cooked up about both series, but I still maintain that Harry Potter was better written, despite the sucky last book. It had more plot twists and a lot of background work, but from what I've read in the first book of Twilight, the same thing is evidently not seen. Twilight felt more like a better worked piece of fanfiction rather than a novel, there are too many cheesy dialogues and unrealistic details.

(: I'm a book critic.



I heard from my friend that twilight ended with

so that instantly turned me off from even wanting to continue the series. I mean, I'm all for happy endings (who isn't?) but that's so cliche.

Dx Sorry, Twilighters.

And Gossip Girl is another series that people are reading simply for the trend =_= Some of us have been reading and persuading our friends to read it since years ago, but now people are reading just because it's the "IN" book and because it became a TV drama. Sigh.

Any fans of Scott Westerfeld here?


twilight didnt end with that but




i hate gossip girl, theres no point to it!


I'm talking about twilight as in the series, not the book lol.

I kinda like Gossip Girl cos I like books about bitchy girls. Don't ask me why. It's intriguing to read about the lives of the rich and not-so-glamorous.

Scott Westerfeld wrote books like the Midnighters, a very fantastic series about a group of teenagers who are able to live in the special hour, a frozen blue hour between midnight and one o'clock. They all possess qualities and powers of their own which gives them the ability to protect themselves and later, the existence of humanity against the creatures who live in the blue hour. He also has two other series, Uglies and Peeps. The former is set in a very advanced century where everyone is able to change their looks to turn into devastatingly beautiful people once they reach a certain age, but there is a sinister secret behind this seemingly wonderful gift. Peeps is also something from a more advanced century and is kind of like vampire stories in a sense, because it's about people who pass a virus to other people they kiss, and these people become creatures who hate everything they used to love and slowly become self-destructive.

Another author I like is Phillip Pullman, the person who brought you the story behind the movie the Golden Compass.


i liked midnighters, but the ending made me so mad! i wish there was another book for that series. Uglies was a good book, peeps was okay, not as good as i could have been

i havent read the golden compass, it sounded sort of boring....

hmmm.....The warrior heir was good.....





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TWILIGHT PAWNS!! lmao i LOVEEEE it!!! im just saying that i dissagree, of couse there is chessy diaolouge, sometimes love is "chessy", i dont like the ending though it was as if they did everything in a rush, i hated it for it to end, and she only had 1 child btw. i LOVE twilight the series but i have to admit breaking dawn was a little dissapointing for me. everything happened so fast, AND im majorly dissapointed on the MOVIE that they are making, i dont think that they picked the right actor's. also i dont understand why she is going to continue the series, since there are going to be 4 books after this but its the EXACT story again axcept this time its edwards point of view so we already now whats going to happen. XP sucksssss

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Sleeper Code
Has anyone read it? 'Cause if so let me know.

It is by Tom Sniegosky and I have been searching for a good book (not twilight) for a while.
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All I can really say is that Breaking Dawn wasn't what I expected . . . .
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hmmm I Dunno What Book Um Double Identity, And Twilight are The Best Ones I Like : P
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Bye bye Harry Potter
Welcome Twilight!~
Posted 11/14/08

Raiden_Stormstrider wrote:

As I wrote in my profile :

When I read a book, I mostly enjoy reading those epic high fantasy novels and mysteries, but I read loads of the other geners to.
My favourites are : Artemis Fowl, Harry Poter, Eragon, World of WarCraft, The Lord of The Ring, Death Note: Another Note, Twighlight Series, Da Vinci Code, The Wheel of Time, Song of Ice and Fire, Memory, Sorrow and Thorn, Sherlock Holmes stories, Enders Game, Enders Shadow, Alchemist, and a lot more.

"Why, yes, as the matter of fact, I am a bookworm."

So. Anyone want to suggest some great book for me?


I love Artemis Fowl too!!!I havent read The Wheel of Time though,it looks like a really long story.....
Well then, have you read The Belgariad series and The Malloreon series by David Eddings?
All of them are great ,and also The Thief, The Queen of Attolia and The King of Attolia by Megan Whalen Turner,these 3 books are a series.
Posted 11/14/08

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Raiden_Stormstrider wrote:

As I wrote in my profile :

When I read a book, I mostly enjoy reading those epic high fantasy novels and mysteries, but I read loads of the other geners to.
My favourites are : Artemis Fowl, Harry Poter, Eragon, World of WarCraft, The Lord of The Ring, Death Note: Another Note, Twighlight Series, Da Vinci Code, The Wheel of Time, Song of Ice and Fire, Memory, Sorrow and Thorn, Sherlock Holmes stories, Enders Game, Enders Shadow, Alchemist, and a lot more.

"Why, yes, as the matter of fact, I am a bookworm."

So. Anyone want to suggest some great book for me?


I love Artemis Fowl too!!!I havent read The Wheel of Time though,it looks like a really long story.....
Well then, have you read The Belgariad series and The Malloreon series by David Eddings?
All of them are great ,and also The Thief, The Queen of Attolia and The King of Attolia by Megan Whalen Turner,these 3 books are a series.


Thanks for recommendations, this seems like pretty interesting tittles, I'll check them out.

Well, The Wheel of Time is such an epic fantasy novel! You must read it.
I've also heard that on 12 August 2008, Variety.com reported that Universal Pictures had optioned the rights to produce feature film adaptations of the Wheel of Time books.

I like The Thief too.
Did the ending surprise you?
Posted 11/14/08

Raiden_Stormstrider wrote:


lucky-chan wrote:


Raiden_Stormstrider wrote:

As I wrote in my profile :

When I read a book, I mostly enjoy reading those epic high fantasy novels and mysteries, but I read loads of the other geners to.
My favourites are : Artemis Fowl, Harry Poter, Eragon, World of WarCraft, The Lord of The Ring, Death Note: Another Note, Twighlight Series, Da Vinci Code, The Wheel of Time, Song of Ice and Fire, Memory, Sorrow and Thorn, Sherlock Holmes stories, Enders Game, Enders Shadow, Alchemist, and a lot more.

"Why, yes, as the matter of fact, I am a bookworm."

So. Anyone want to suggest some great book for me?


I love Artemis Fowl too!!!I havent read The Wheel of Time though,it looks like a really long story.....
Well then, have you read The Belgariad series and The Malloreon series by David Eddings?
All of them are great ,and also The Thief, The Queen of Attolia and The King of Attolia by Megan Whalen Turner,these 3 books are a series.


Thanks for recommendations, this seems like pretty interesting tittles, I'll check them out.

Well, The Wheel of Time is such an epic fantasy novel! You must read it.
I've also heard that on 12 August 2008, Variety.com reported that Universal Pictures had optioned the rights to produce feature film adaptations of the Wheel of Time books.

I like The Thief too.
Did the ending surprise you?


Well,my sister reads The Wheel of Time but when i saw how many books there is and how thick each book is i immedieatly dropped the idea of reading it!!!!!

The Theif did surprised me,but I like The King of Atolia the most!!!!!
Posted 1/6/09

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DarkOnigiri wrote:


Raiden_Stormstrider wrote:

As I wrote in my profile :

When I read a book, I mostly enjoy reading those epic high fantasy novels and mysteries, but I read loads of the other geners to.
My favourites are : Artemis Fowl, Harry Poter, Eragon, World of WarCraft, The Lord of The Ring, Death Note: Another Note, Twighlight Series, Da Vinci Code, The Wheel of Time, Song of Ice and Fire, Memory, Sorrow and Thorn, Sherlock Holmes stories, Enders Game, Enders Shadow, Alchemist, and a lot more.

"Why, yes, as the matter of fact, I am a bookworm."

So. Anyone want to suggest some great book for me?


umm, did you happen to read Angels and Demons by Dan Brown [Da Vinci code author] ?


So "Angels and Deamons" are also from Dan Brown. This sounds good, what it is about? This is a mystery novel, right? Thanks for recommendation DarkOnigiri.


Now that was a great book *-* Its spot is Vatican City and Robert Langdon is trying to catch the murderer who decides to kill all the 4?5? high clergymen including the Pope and even wants to blew up the whole city with a hidden "bomb". He uses his knowledge of history of arts again to reveal the truth.
Actually I preferred this book to the Da Vinci Code, it's really worth reading!^^
Posted 1/6/09
Does anyone here like Stephen King or Meg Cabot? They are my favourites. I've read many many books from them but I can't get tired of their style and all their stories are unique and interesting.
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