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what's your favorite book, ever?

 
ItzGeralyn

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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Pillars of the Earth

The Prophet
Although the world is full of suffering...it is also full of overcoming. H.K.
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
The Tao Te Ching
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Good one.
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11/23/2012 07:36 PM
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Dune
Tao Te Ching
Atlas Shrugged
The Chronicles of Gor
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11/23/2012 07:41 PM
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The Glass Castle
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good omens
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
East of Eden - John Steinbeck
Johnny B. Good

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I dont think it is possible to have a SINGLE favorite book...I'm a book worm :]

banana2
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Have you read "Angela's Ashes"? It's not so much about one woman, but about an Irish family and the anguish and poverty their alcoholic father put them through. It's written by Frank McCourt and it's a true story. He made his way to America and became an English teacher. His story is heart-breaking, but he still had a sense of humor. It's well worth the read.
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YES! its an awesome book :D
-Johnny B. Good :]

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11/24/2012 09:53 PM
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King James Bible
The giver
Treasure island
My side of the mountain
art of war
Swiss family Robinson
20000 leagues under the sea
Wealth of nations
Book of martyrs
Goosebumps
Ken follet
John grishm
Moby Dick
World atlas
Green eggs and ham
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11/24/2012 10:02 PM
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Confederacy of Dunces: GENIUS

Illusions: Wonderful

Anna Karenina: Incredible

Let's Pretend This Never Happened: HILARIOUS, funniest thing I have ever read.
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11/24/2012 10:05 PM
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Gods From The Cosmos, written by Alan F. Alfond

He describes a 20y research on Ancient civilisations, and egypt more specificly. I find his work even better then Zacharia Sitchin's. He based his work on Sitchin, but takes it a step further. Read it years ago and it opened up my eyes that history is nothing like we've been taught.

He was (I think) the first to mention that the great pyramide was probably some kind of power plant instead of a tombe, and describes it's construction and purpose in very great detail.

It's a thick book, but I'd recommend it to anyone with an open mind.
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Gods From The Cosmos, written by Alan F. Alfond

He describes a 20y research on Ancient civilisations, and egypt more specificly. I find his work even better then Zacharia Sitchin's. He based his work on Sitchin, but takes it a step further. Read it years ago and it opened up my eyes that history is nothing like we've been taught.

He was (I think) the first to mention that the great pyramide was probably some kind of power plant instead of a tombe, and describes it's construction and purpose in very great detail.

It's a thick book, but I'd recommend it to anyone with an open mind.
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That's Allen F. Alford (typo)
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the only planet of choice


my favorite book
CyberCyrus

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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
And of course :

The Celestine Promise by Stefan Tony Sperry

It covers 9 universal principles and laws as discovered by Stefan “Tony” Sperry, and the fundamental question : "why"

One of the most enlightening books I've ever read. It also has a follow up : Law of Attraction which explains the 10th and final universal principal.
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
And of course :

The Celestine Promise by Stefan Tony Sperry

It covers 9 universal principles and laws as discovered by Stefan “Tony” Sperry, and the fundamental question : "why"

One of the most enlightening books I've ever read. It also has a follow up : Law of Attraction which explains the 10th and final universal principal.
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Law of attraction is good
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11/24/2012 10:17 PM
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
A Planet Called Treason
Ender's Game (both written by Orson Scott Card)
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11/24/2012 10:20 PM
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
"What Really Happened on Gilligan's Island"
by Tina Louise
Lada D

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11/24/2012 10:29 PM
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"The Stand" by Stephen King
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This, and "It" and "Great Expectations" and "The Witching Hour" and "Gods of Eden"
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11/24/2012 10:41 PM
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
A Wrinkle in Time :)
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11/24/2012 10:45 PM

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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
The dragon lance trilogy.
That is all...
Vermithrax

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11/24/2012 10:48 PM
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
A Storm of Swords by George R. R. Martin. I modern day masterpiece.
Hmmmm ..
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
.. followed by Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency
... and all of Douglas Adams books.

Mad crazy reads that are literally impossible to replicate in film.
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11/24/2012 10:53 PM
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Why even ask. Jurassic Park
Book>Movie and first movie really great itself.
Lest I forget ..
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
On The Road by Jack Kerouac

If this book doesn't move you, well, you're un-moveable. If you need that impetus to "getcha arse up" and expand ya horizons this book should get you there.
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Dune, frank herbert , Do androids dream of electric sheep, anything phillip k dick, and larry niven and greg bear.
Apathy builds walls that are only brought down by pain and suffering.
Lada D

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11/24/2012 11:03 PM
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenence is pretty good.
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11/24/2012 11:04 PM
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
candide by voltaire

heart of darkness by conrad

bonfire of the vanities by wolfe

in cold blood by trueman
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
in cold blood by trueman
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truman capote
Borian

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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
I like To Kill a Mockingbird and Watership Down
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Enders Game.
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11/24/2012 11:15 PM
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
This is my favorite book:
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Re: what's your favorite book, ever?
Narcissus and Goldmund was really cool. I read it in German.

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