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    whats your favorite book?

    mines Blood Meridian by Cormac Mccarthy
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    Last book I read was Twilight :o
    It was so boring!

    I'm actually not that big fan of books, but I do like J.R.R. Tolkien's LOTR trilogy and The Children of Hurin (I think that's the right name)
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    Dexter trilogy
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    english dictionary, cool book.
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    @OP: you could have added some info on that book to stimulate interest

    for fantasy i'd also recommend reading tolkien (lotr trilogy & hobbit), roger zelazny (The Chronicles of Amber)
    for horror my favorites are clive barker (weaveworld, hellbound heart) & stephen king (many)
    for adventure try jf cooper (The Last of the Mohicans), karl may (Winnetou & others)
    for mystic adventures a great one is carlos castaneda
    for mystery/detective thrillers, Arthur Conan Doyle with his sherlock holmes series is essential
    for SF, Arthur C. Clarke would be essential reading


    as a side note, books are almost always the best (or more accurately the most comprehensive/engaging) way of getting 'entertainment' (movies & tv are just a pale imitation, often poisoned with corporate/holywood propaganda), but they require patience, privacy & time so that the reader can fully immerse himself in the story
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    Brave New World - Aldous Huxley

    and The Art of War - Sun Tzu are my favourites
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    what's a book??
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    M favorite ones are all the books of Barry Eisler. (really great thriller series about a half asian/ causcasian assassin) Even the information he gives when describing how to sneak on somebody or something like that sounds very realistic thanks to his former profession as a CIA Agent and his sources.

    what's a book??
    reading is always good. Much better than watching TV/movies I think, since your fantasy is trained too.
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    THe three musketeers - all parts
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    no books for me...only movie XD
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    Ender's Game and Ender's Shadow - Greatest SciFi books i ever read

    Also a big fan of Michael Crichton books - Kongo, Jurassic Park, Rising Sun and others
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    I've read Harry Potter all parts and there were quite interesting except some boring parts, but anyway it was great. And the movies i think were more boring, reading books were a bit more entertaining :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dju View Post
    I've read Harry Potter all parts and there were quite interesting except some boring parts, but anyway it was great. And the movies i think were more boring, reading books were a bit more entertaining :)
    I agree,Harry potter books are more interesting than movies.
    If i have to choose one i think da vinci code is great book.
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    There's nothing like Tolkien
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    Robert Anson Heinlein-Stranger in a Strange Land is my handbook
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