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hi boys, i think that some of us read a lot of books,what books do you read? what kind of books do you like to read? what books makes a good impression to you? and maybe what book helped you see the world through different eyes??? We also can write your favourites books and advise to read that book, and so on...
2012-11-29 00:54
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Gabriel G. Marquez, he is so talented novelist
2012-11-29 01:07
I don't read much, but I have read Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and Prodigy's (Mobb Deep) biographies. They were pretty solid. Especially Prodigy's if you're into hip hop.
2012-11-29 01:10
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Prodigy started quite a shitstorm too saying random stuff about a lot of artists. For instance, calling Capone a snitch, taking a jab at Ja Rule and Cadillac Tah etc. I'd rather read Invincible by Styles P. It's fiction but it's still nice. Edit: When I use the word "say", I mean the stuff he mentioned in his book My infamous life.
2012-11-29 03:55
Big Mobb Deep fan, is it really good ?
2012-11-29 20:12
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If you're a big fan, definitely. I'm a huge fan as well, so I pre-ordered the book as soon as it was available. It's a great read. Provides a lot of insight into the group, a lot of people and how it was growing up in the Bridge!
2012-11-30 01:41
paulo coelho- The Alchemist Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - Sherlock Holmes L. J. Smith -The Vampire Diaries Robert Louis Stevenson -Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. can't remember the others :p my advise is the Alchemist amazing novel by coelho
2012-11-29 01:27
The one and only " - Crime and Punishment - The Idiot Everybody should read his books!!! Everyone of them is magnificent!!!
2012-11-29 03:04
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Dostoyevsky is one of my favorites... Crime and Punishment is an excellent novel.
2012-11-29 19:53
Come on, everyone knows Twilight is the shit. No, literally, garbage. 50 Shades Of Grey was better. Wait, no it wasn't. Man I cannot decide, World War Z, Life Of Pi and whichever Sherlock Holmes interests you. #3 Vampire Diaries, :DDD
2012-11-29 03:29
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did you really read 50 shades of grey? You are such a naughty boy ;p
2012-11-29 03:56
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Hell no. lol I would much rather experiment doing such than reading some shitty book that catches undeserved fame based on some fictitious characters getting it on. Plus kids were reading this book man, it is just not my cup of tea in the least. Long story short, if you read that book, you are the newest member of the pedobear family. =D
2012-11-29 04:20
I watched a documentary on the hidden faiths of the founding fathers of America. That encouraged me to immediately read: Common Sense by Thomas Paine The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine In his books, he's made clear how America's founding fathers were anti-church yet appreciated Jesus as a mortal who did good deeds but refused to acknowledge he was born to a virgin. Hence the name of the book "Age of Reason." He's included quotes from important people like Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and the like about their beliefs and the letters they exchanged. Very interesting read if you like unadulterated history.
2012-11-29 03:58
Harry Potter.. any one? ;p
2012-11-29 03:58
Mein Kampf
2012-11-29 12:03
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it's interesting i think
2012-11-29 19:06
Honoré de Balzac,Fyodor Dostoyevsky and many romanian autors
2012-11-29 12:09
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2012-11-29 20:39
2012-11-29 19:03
Harry Potter!
2012-11-29 19:06
School books, every year I read a page
2012-11-29 19:11
Sherlock Holmes
2012-11-29 19:15
O. Henry is my favourite author. Richard Dawkins "The God Delusion" is the last book that i read.
2012-11-29 19:30
Mein Kampf both parts
2012-11-29 19:49
I'm very interested in every thing related to WW and Cold War. And, books related to human behavior.
2012-11-29 20:33
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