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Gimme suggestions on some good reading material. Don't say anything porn because I got a lot of that already.
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Anything by Bill Bryson, DAn Brown or Robert Harris.

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Magician:apprentice, Magician:master, Silvethorn and a Darkness at sethanon by Raymon E. Feist all those books = The riftwar saga best fasntasy books ever
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At the moment i'm read Great Expectations and Exist Music by Ian Rankin (The latest Rebus book) and enjoying them both :O
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#5
The Dark Tower series by Stephen King.
The Dark Elf trilogy, Icewind Dale, etc. Anything R.A. Salvatore.
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i liked previous stephen king books(the darker ones),the later books arent the same,or maybe its just me
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anything by pratchett
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At the moment i'm read Great Expectations and Exist Music by Ian Rankin (The latest Rebus book) and enjoying them both :O

Stu, do you have any taste? Dickens, seriously?

TS, my suggestion is Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome.
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If you enjoy books with vampires I would suggest Anne Rice or the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer
Perhaps the Incarnations of Immortality series by Anthony Piers
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The Dark Tower series by Stephen King.
The Dark Elf trilogy, Icewind Dale, etc. Anything R.A. Salvatore.


Yeah, the Dark Tower series are really good if you like a several book-part-series thingy
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Lady Sings the Blues-Memoirs of Billie Holiday.

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sleep?/Anything by Phillip K. Dick.

Thief of Always-Clive Barker.

American Gods-Neil Gaiman
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I read a book called Junk by Melvin Burgess, and its fucking brilliant. Scar Tissue and Heroin Diaries are great reads as well.

As for fiction, try some Terry Pratchett FTW.
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21: bringing down the house by ben mezrich
just about anything stephen king
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Also:
Nevil Shute - On The Beach
John Steinbeck - Grapes Of Wrath/Of Mice And Men
J.D Salinger - Catcher In The Rye
Miguel De Cervantès - Don Quixote

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Stu, do you have any taste? Dickens, seriously?

TS, my suggestion is Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome.





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Glue by Irvine Welsh is great. No pretentious bollocks. Funny, charming and just a great read.
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Oryx and Crake - Margret Atwood
The Farseer, Liveship and Tawny Man trilogies by Robin Hobb
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#23
If you like horror, and comedy. Richard Laymon! All of his books have alot of language, gore, sex, and sick humor!!! They are great!
I suggest "Into The Fire"
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Anything by Philip K Dick gets my reccomendation- start with A Scanner Darkly then move on to Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep (and stick with it, takes a while to get in to).

Erm... The Illustrated Man too.
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Anything by Philip K Dick gets my reccomendation- start with A Scanner Darkly then move on to Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep (and stick with it, takes a while to get in to).

Erm... The Illustrated Man too.

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I wouldn't start with Scanners, though. It might inspire them to see the movie.
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I wouldn't start with Scanners, though. It might inspire them to see the movie.




I think the book is excellent and I don't mind the movie (although it really doesn't compare). It's the first book of his I read so I think it's a good starting point... what about you?
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I think the book is excellent and I don't mind the movie (although it really doesn't compare). It's the first book of his I read so I think it's a good starting point... what about you?

I'd probably recommend a book of his short stories first, I don't remember what any of them are called, though. Mostly because it shows off his way of writing, and his themes really quickly. Plus, it's sorta like a quickie. I don't remember which of his books I read first, because I read them for the first time when I was in the third grade, I think. It was probably some of his short stories, because I think I did a report on "We'll Remember It For You Wholesale."

And as much as I love the movie Total Recall, I really wish they'd make a better version of that story.
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I'd probably recommend a book of his short stories first, I don't remember what any of them are called, though. Mostly because it shows off his way of writing, and his themes really quickly. Plus, it's sorta like a quickie. I don't remember which of his books I read first, because I read them for the first time when I was in the third grade, I think. It was probably some of his short stories, because I think I did a report on "We'll Remember It For You Wholesale."

And as much as I love the movie Total Recall, I really wish they'd make a better version of that story.


Same with most of the movies of his books!
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Harry Potter 1-7 - J.K Rowling
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The Pianist - Władysław Szpilman
Harry Potter 1-7 - J.K Rowling
The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-time - Mark Haddon

Plus an 'undred, I forgot about that one.

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Same with most of the movies of his books!

Like Screamers? That movie had almost nothing to do with the book, but I was like: This is definitely one of the best movies ever, just because it has Robocop in it.
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The Wayward Bus - John Steinbeck
Thirteen Moons - Charles Frazier
On the Road - Jack Kerouac
Catch 22 - Joseph Heller
Cold Mountain - Charles Frazier
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Like Screamers? That movie had almost nothing to do with the book, but I was like: This is definitely one of the best movies ever, just because it has Robocop in it.


Hehe, yeah, and Blade Runner. Grrr.
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Hehe, yeah, and Blade Runner. Grrr.

What the hell is Blade Runner?

Oh! The Second best movie ever because it had Indiana Jones in it?
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What the hell is Blade Runner?

Oh! The Second best movie ever because it had Indiana Jones in it?


No. The crappy not-really-a-version-of-Androids.
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No. The crappy not-really-a-version-of-Androids.

It had Indiana Jones. Therefore, there is nothing wrong with that movie. Sure, it's like trying to make the Satanic Bible into The Passion of the Christ.. But still. It had Indiana Jones.
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Please god don't say you're a fan of Seamus Heaney.



I am indeed, my he's my favourite poet (alongside Phillp Larkin, Dylan Thomas, Lewis Carroll)


I honestly don't know what you two have against him so much that promotes reactions like "Please god say you're not a fan...' and Han's general disgust at the idea.

Even if YOU don't appreciate him I find it bizarre that he elicits such a response.
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It had Indiana Jones. Therefore, there is nothing wrong with that movie. Sure, it's like trying to make the Satanic Bible into The Passion of the Christ.. But still. It had Indiana Jones.


Yeah, I think you get my point!
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