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Houmonka wrote:

I highly recommend Nicholas Sparks' books, especially for those who like love stories with tragic endings. Mitch Albom's books are also great.


hmmmmm, sounds interesting. Thanks!!



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House of Leaves. Only book that ever gave me a nightmare for long time afterwards. Very creepy as hell.
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Since the link's been posted and you already got insulted, I Am Legend and other short stories by Richard Matheson are good. No more threads for you. If there are anymore, I will recommence.
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Playboy magazine there is a lot of cool thing there!
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skygod333 wrote:



Since the link's been posted and you already got insulted, I Am Legend and other short stories by Richard Matheson are good. No more threads for you. If there are anymore, I will recommence.


Jeez thanks a lot, such a great sense of humor. Now r u done insulting. (jk)


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"Children of the River" by Linda Crew is a good book for young adults and teenagers.

It's a historical fiction novel that takes place during the Vietnam War. Sundara, a Cambodian who fled Phnom Penh to her aunt in Ream, leaves behind her family and her sweet love, Chamreoun for America. Although, she realizes she isn't ready to switch customs when she a meets a "white skin", Johnathan ( her lover).

I dunno how to review it but it is a good book.
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Posted 1/4/08 , edited 4/18/08
well i'd recommend:

The Pact by Jodi Picoult
White Oleander by Janet Fitch
Troy by Adele Geras
The Uglies Trilogy by Scott Westerfeld ( I havent read them yet, but ive read the reviews, very positive ones)
Silver Metal Lover by Tannith Lee

er hope you dont mind, but most of the books i listed have some "adult" content in there BUT theyre still pretty good reads.
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What kind book do you read? I offer Neil Gaiman and Terry Brooks but both go under Fantasy/Science Fiction. Or Hollow Moving Caslte and Hex Wood by Diana Wynne Jones.
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The Catcher in the Rye its pretty good.
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I LUV ALL THE NICOLAS SPARKS BOOKS AND THE SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELLING PANTS XDDDDDD
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magnus102 wrote:


skygod333 wrote:



Since the link's been posted and you already got insulted, I Am Legend and other short stories by Richard Matheson are good. No more threads for you. If there are anymore, I will recommence.

This is not asking what your favorite book but recommendations for books and thats not the same thing. For instance I hate Atlas shrugged but would still tell people they should read it for the ideas presented



Thank you!


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Posted 1/4/08 , edited 4/18/08
anything by arthur c clarke, robert heinlen or robert silverberg
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the outsiders is a great book! u probably read it already
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DUDE i'm insulted, nobody mentioned the forgotten realms series. DRIZZT!
and also the sword of truth series was pretty good :D
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Kira Kira by Cynthia Kadohata.
Its really an awsum book =)

its even a 'Newbery Medal Winner'
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