BOOKS!

This thread is about books.

Your favorite books, to be exact. Now post them. In order of least to most or not. I don’t care. Mine aren’t in order.

  • Animal Farm by George Orwell

  • Secret Garden by Stephen King

  • Under the Cat’s Eye by Gillian Rubinstein

  • The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas (This is my favorite)

  • Cirque Du Freak (The Whole series) by Darren Shan

  • The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger

  • Children of the Red King (The Series) by Jenny Nimmo

  • A Wrinkle in Time by Madeline L’Engle (Just the first book, the sequels were kinda boring)

  • The Time Machine by H.G. Wells

  • The Shining by Stephen King

  • A Series of Unfortunate Events (The Whole series) by Lemony Snicket

  • The Green Mile by Stephen King

  • A Seperate Peace by John Knowles

  • Pictures in the Dark by Gillian Cross

  • Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury (also one of my favorite movies)

  • The Watsons Go to Birmingham: 1963 by Christopher Paul Curtis

AND YOU?!

The Dark Tower Series - Stephen King

Harry Potter Series - JK Rowling

The Lord Of The Rings - JRR Tolkein

Jurassic Park - Micheal Crichton

Prey - Micheal Crichton

Dreamcatcher - Stephen King

The Call Of Cuthulu - HP Lovecraft

The Shining - Stephen King

If Chins Could Kill - Bruce Campbell

Make Love the Bruce Campbell way - Bruce Campbell

I’m Looking forward to Under The Dome by Stephen King

  • Lightning, Dean Koontz
  • The Dante Club, Matthew Pearl
  • Zombie Survival Guide, Max Brooks
  • Umbrella Conspiracy, S.D. Perry
  • Anything by H.P Lovecraft
  • The Cask of Amontillado and Masquerade of the Red Death, Edgar Allen Poe (yeah not books but eh…)
  • 1982, George Orwell
  • Carrie, Stephen King
  • The Time Machine, H.G. Wells
  • A Scanner Darkly, Philip K. Dick
  • Jurassic Park, Micheal Crichton

As much as I like the Count of Monte Cristo, it’s one of the best examples of a difficult read I can think of. Not because it’s difficult to understand, but because Dumas liked to go off on 50 page tangents about events only very loosely related to the central conflict. I don’t mind deliberate pacing, but he really pushed it.

I kinda liked that about it, though. I felt it made the book more interesting and open.

And, it appears that I have a book in common with both Stealthmaster and Kumiko. Neat.

Altered Carbon- Richard Morgan

The Steel Remains- Richard Morgan

The Giver-Lois Lowry

Mass Effect: Revelation and Ascension- Drew Karpyshyn

Where’s Waldo? In Hollywood - Martin Handford

They still make books? Aren’t those those paper things on that ROD show…?

oh, Hitchhiker’s Guide(series), and just random things that catch my fancy, last being a copy of Princess of Mars by Burroughs from :
http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page

(if you’ve never checked out Project Gutenberg, do it, you’d be surprised how good old books can be)

The only 2 series that matter:

Sword of Truth series (the best series ever) by Terry Goodkind

Wheel of Time Series by Robert Jordan

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Mass Effect: Revelation and Ascension- Drew Karpyshyn[/quote]

I never had a chance to read Ascension (i hope i do before me2 comes out) but Revelation was a awesome suprise. I’ll be getting Under The Dome by mail because walmart is selling it for 10 bucks online. :slight_smile: I hope to get Micheal Crichton’s new one also.