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Dr. Fresh

Mmmm.... Lesbians.
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What's your favorite piece of literature? Please state the title and the author and briefly explain what the book is about and give some insight on why you like it, why you don't like it, etc. Hopefully, this will be an active thread and I can see what kind of books/literature you all like and why.
 
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Ant On A Log

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#2
This'll be fun.

My favorite books are by Kurt Vonnegut. There's something about him that's unconventional, and I like that. Maybe it's because he's the first person to ever use the word "motherfucker" in a book. He's got that non-chalant, tell it like I see it sort of ways of writing.

My favorite book by him is God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater. It's a close second to the classic, Slaughterhouse 5. God Bless You...yadda yadda, I like because it makes one of the best, round-about, nutzo cases for socialism ever. Ever.
 

Henskie

The Super Pimp of GF
#3
I cant say my favorite author/book bbut if I had to choose only one it would be the collection of the adventures of sherlock holmes by sir arthur conan Doyle
 

Merc

Certified Shitlord
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#4
I recently read Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. Damn fine book right there.
 
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shawnesty23

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i dont liek to read anything but magazines, but i do read harry potter lol. i not the kinda guy who people think would but i get really into it for some strange reason lol
 
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Ant On A Log

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shawnesty23 said:
i dont liek to read anything but magazines, but i do read harry potter lol. i not the kinda guy who people think would but i get really into it for some strange reason lol
You think he's going to die in the next one?
 
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Ant On A Log

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Dr. Fresh said:
I hope not, but I think he is going to die.
Stephen King supposedly begged JK Rowling not to kill him off in the last book. Hopefully she won't. It's crazy, though, to think that Harry Potter turned from a bedtime story for her kids to some multi-million dollar industry where kids on message boards everywhere discuss whether or not he's going to die in the next book.
 
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Jungle Jim

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#9
I like Terry Goodkind for sci-fi lit, but as far as your more classics go I like East of Eden by Steinbeck and 1984.
 

Dr. Fresh

Mmmm.... Lesbians.
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Ant On A Log said:
Stephen King supposedly begged JK Rowling not to kill him off in the last book. Hopefully she won't. It's crazy, though, to think that Harry Potter turned from a bedtime story for her kids to some multi-million dollar industry where kids on message boards everywhere discuss whether or not he's going to die in the next book.
That's insane. Yeah, it's a great story and I love the books. It's insane how J.K. Rowling went from truely rags to riches with this series. What do you think is going to happen in this final book?