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#1
Ok simply what is your fav book, from past or present magazines don't count you sick freaks lmao.

OK here's mine

Catcher in the rye- J.D. salanger
#3
1984, Animal Farm or And The Sun Also Rises. First two by George Orwell and last by Ernest Hemingway.
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#4
Cosmos by Carl Sagan.
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#6
fight club
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#8
Anything by Darren Shan.
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#9
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George's Marvellous Medicine. I've had it since I was young.


got it free with a box of cereal the other day, great book


ps. i read it years ago, the cearl copy is not my first

#11
Cat's cradle and Slaughterhouse 5. kurt vonnegut is king.
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#12
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my absolute favorite is Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.

I've herd of that book but never read it i will look for it
#13
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my absolute favorite is Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.

This, on so many levels.
#14
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fight club

umm, was that ever a book? if so i might have to read it.

anyway my three favorites are the foundation trilogy by Isaac Asimov, things fall apart by some african guy, and Brave New World by Alious Huxley
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#15
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Cat's cradle and Slaughterhouse 5. kurt vonnegut is king.


i love slaughterhouse 5
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#16
Arrow to the Sun. Some dude starts off weak. but as he travels he gets increasingly badass and becomes like a super archer. Though I haven't read it in years, and I think it's been sold....
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#17
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umm, was that ever a book? if so i might have to read it.

anyway my three favorites are the foundation trilogy by Isaac Asimov, things fall apart by some african guy, and Brave New World by Alious Huxley


It was a book first.

Mine is the Dark Tower Series
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#18
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i love slaughterhouse 5

haha its so weird
milk was a bad choice
#19
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fight club


The book was rubbish and you know it.

Power of One FTW
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#20
im reading A Game of Thrones atm from the series A Song of Ice and Fire, and i must say, this my be the most epic series ive read to date.

The Wheel of Time was awesome till book 6, then it started draggin on way to much, i've finished book 9 but stoped reading the series atm.
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#21
thank god no one has said twilight but mine would have to be the herion diaries by Nikki Sixx
#22
i love most vonnegut stuff, especially Breakfast of Champions.

also love Dave Eggers, specifically A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius.
#23
Eeeee Eee Eeee by Tao Lin.


And Nine Stories >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Catcher in the Rye.
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#25
House of Leaves - Mark Z Danielewski
damn thing gave me nightmares.

also The Rising series by Brian Keene. amazing zombie books. gorey as hell, and creative
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#26
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
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#27
Quote by genghisgandhi

my absolute favorite is Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.



reading that now, the first book was awesome i dont really like the second one, hoping for it to pick up again.

Anyways, probably



and its sequel

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#28
Quote by farmerkid
im reading A Game of Thrones atm from the series A Song of Ice and Fire, and i must say, this my be the most epic series ive read to date.

The Wheel of Time was awesome till book 6, then it started draggin on way to much, i've finished book 9 but stoped reading the series atm.


I read that. It started slow but started going good, got into an intense part and then the book ended. Never bought the second, because it pissed me off so much.

Lord of the Rings is my fav.
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#29
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umm, was that ever a book? if so i might have to read it.

anyway my three favorites are the foundation trilogy by Isaac Asimov, things fall apart by some african guy, and Brave New World by Alious Huxley


It was a book by the great Chuck Pahlanuik.

4 of his other books have been turned into movies
#30
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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

+1
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#31
Hamlet by William Shakespeare. My favorite novel is A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce.
#32
For fiction, Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke. For non-fiction, The Art of War by Sun Tsu.
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#33
Being a Dostoevsky fanboy, I have to say The Brothers Karamazov.
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#34
Ozzy's new autobiography it's hilarious he once went up to a circle of satanists outside his hotel sat down with them blew out their candles and started singing happy birthday.
#36
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My Favorite book is Searchbar for Dummies.


did your e-penis get any bigger?

Anyways, call me a geek/nerd if you want but i adore R. A. Salvatore's Forgotten Realms books and have been reading them since childhood. I don't actually play DnD or anything, but the books are amazing.
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My Favorite book is Searchbar for Dummies.


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