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#1
an easy one

for me Steppen Wolf by Herman Hesse

also someone absolutely loves Herman Hesse too?
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#3


Nope, can't say I've read a single Hesse book. Ever.
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#5
The Quo'ran.
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#6
The Torah
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#7
Right now I'm really digging Little Brother by Cory Doctorow, and the Night Angel Trilogy by Brent Weeks
#8
The Torah...


... its a comedy.


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#12
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Nope, can't say I've read a single Hesse book. Ever.


I have never know if I must laugh or to get really really angry when I talk about steppenwolf and someone get the band in the conversation.

also you should read one, Steppenwolf, Demian, Siddharta, Beneath the wheel, etc.

all of them are awesome
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I have never know if I must laugh or to get really really angry when I talk about steppenwolf and someones get the band in the conversation.

also you should read one, Steppenwolf, Demian, Siddharta, Beneath the wheel, etc.

all of them are awesome

Nah, I'll just keep reading Animal Farm for the moment then finish off the Demonata series.

EDIT: Above is the best book series ever.
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#16
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well, what if we have a new favorite book? that can't go un-noticed, man, it's too important.
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well, what if we have a new favorite book? that can't go un-noticed, man, it's too important.

guess i should read that "Fog Machines For Dummies" after all huh?
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#22
i read hesse's siddhartha when i was about 18, and i thought it was great. i reread it a few years later, and it didn't hold up at all.

i think my favorite book is paul anderson's "new america". it's a sci-fi book about a group of people colonizing a new planet. i haven't read it since i was a teenager, though, so i can't say if it'd hold up.

"the sun also rises" also seemed really good to me at the time, but again, i was in high school, so...
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#23
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i read hesse's siddhartha when i was about 18, and i thought it was great. i reread it a few years later, and it didn't hold up at all.


I think it's great, I read it when I was 18 too, now Im 19 I will rereas in some years to see if it hold up at all, also I think steppenwolf is a lot better
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#25
Not sure if you've ever read it, but one of my favourites is Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis. It's a really good book. I'd recommend it.
#26
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#27
at the moment, my favorite book is Fight Club.
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#28
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do you change the word "Jew" to "Jewel" when you read the Torah?

also, i don't read books, cause Fahrenheit 451 told me that books are bad.
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#30
I absolutely love East of Eden, one of the only books ever that made me not want to put it down
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#31
William Faulkner - The Sound and the Fury
James Joyce - A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Charles Dickens - Bleak House
Fyodor Dostoevsky - The Brothers Karamazov
Mikhail Bulgakov - The Master and Margarita
Franz Kafka - The Complete Stories
#32
Catcher In The Rye, without a Doubt.



EDIT@ Darkwolf: For the first time ever I saw the title of that book this morning! I recall seeing that the film was made in 1971!
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#33
Catcher In The Rye was the shit, brah.




Funniest book I've ever read...ever.
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#34
The Thief of Always by Clive Barker

another good one by Clive is Imajica although its very hard to get through especially since its in two volumes.
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#35
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That was the book Metallica's song "One" was inspired by, no?
#37
^ Yeah, along time ago I wanted to read it, but totally forgot about it.


I guess I should check it out sometime. Except my town is small and has no bookstore.
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