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Bashment wrote:

I wanna name a book but I haven't read one in years. and I mean YEARSSSSSS

I tried reading 50 shades of grey because I was dared to I gave up after a few chapters cause it was boring.


You should give it another try.... it starts reeeeeaaaaalllllyyy slow, but it's freaking awesome later on!
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I guess my favorite would be The Book of the New Sun, by Gene Wolfe. In general I like Gene Wolfe's writing, though.
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48 Levels of Power
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50 shades of grey trilogy and Tom clancy's books
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Everybody Poops by Minna Unchi
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song of ice and fire.
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Hunger Games
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The Seventh Tower series by Garth Nix
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The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings
Timeline, Sphere, and Jurassic Park (pretty much anything by Crichton)
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most retelling of greek mythology and king arthur lore
Eragon
Harry Potter
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The Alchemist by Paul Coelho.
Everything and anything by Mitch Albom. His books are amazing.
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50 shades of grey trilogy and Tom clancy's books

My dad said he enjoyed reading Tom Clancy novels but after 9/11 they no longer seemed like fiction and he hasn't read any since.

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The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene. A good book well worth the read.

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Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/The-48-Laws-Power-ebook/dp/B0024CEZR6/ref=dp_kinw_strp_1
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Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird and the Salander trilogy.
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Kingkiller novels by Patrick Rothfuss. First fantasy books to get me excited since LOTR. Books 1 and 2 are out with the third being written.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kahlil_Gibran
I should buy this book and read it over again.
The prophet of Kahlil Gibran. It is a good book. Pretty much about all life aspects in his view.
These:

1. The Coming of the Ship
2. Love
3. Marriage
4. Children
5. Giving
6. Eating and Drinking
7. Work
8. Joy and Sorrow
9. Houses
10. Clothes
11. Buying and Selling
12. Crime and Punishment
13. Laws
14. Freedom
15. Reason and Passion
16. Pain
17. Self-Knowledge
18. Teaching
19. Friendship
20. Talking
21. Time
22. Good and Evil
23. Prayer
24. Pleasure
25. Beauty
26. Religion
27. Death
28. The Farewell

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