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Read any good books lately?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jacobsnchz, Oct 31, 2006.

  1. jacobsnchz

    jacobsnchz Active Member

    What good books have you read lately? :confused::concern:
  2. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    I read Wicked a few months ago. It was awesome. And of course Kermit's book "Before You Leap" is the greatest thing ever written ever. ;) :)
  3. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

  4. JJandJanice

    JJandJanice Active Member

    You also made a post about "What was the last book you bought and why?"

    What's up with all this posts you're making???:confused:
  5. Bill Bubble Guy

    Bill Bubble Guy Active Member

    I think he may just be making any posts he can about whatever even if he ends up technically repeating himself JJ:rolleyes: SIGH Some people will go to any lengths to reach senior status. I'd just ignore these pointless threads he starts personally.
  6. jacobsnchz

    jacobsnchz Active Member

    That is not it!! You do not know what you are talking about! I suggest you go get yourself an attitude check! Buddy!
  7. travellingpat

    travellingpat Active Member

    Never Ever Read the Bean Trees, its very boring and pointless
  8. MuppetMarc

    MuppetMarc New Member

    I'm currently in the process of finishing The Vampire Lestat
  9. DanDanStrawberry

    DanDanStrawberry Active Member

    I'm reading a book called Alphabet Weekends at the moment, it's rather fab
  10. JJandJanice

    JJandJanice Active Member

    Come on Jacob, you know there was a post already just like this one. Making a post like this was just, well,...pointless.
  11. Bill Bubble Guy

    Bill Bubble Guy Active Member

    Well I apologize if I did come across as somewhat cynical in my post Jacob.
    But never the less in principle I must completely agree with JJ. We did not need a post relating to books when we already have the Last Book you read thread.

    And as JJ said you made not just one excess book thread, but two.
    If you want to start new threads the topics should be about discussions nobody else has started yet themselves.
  12. JaniceFerSure

    JaniceFerSure Active Member

    I finished Bob Newhart's memoir,about to read Platoon.
  13. travellingpat

    travellingpat Active Member

    How was Bob newharts book? it looked funny!!
  14. Kimp the Shrimp

    Kimp the Shrimp Active Member

    Innocent Man by John Griisom
    Animal Farm/ 1984 by George Orwell
    Lewis Black Bio
  15. MuppetMarc

    MuppetMarc New Member

    Where you been, Kimp?
  16. DanDanStrawberry

    DanDanStrawberry Active Member

    Kimp I read Animal Farm in english, I liked it.

    I've just started reading Lovely Bones, it's good but really sad. :cry: :(
  17. leliebel

    leliebel New Member

    I've just started on Frankenstein, I figured it's about time I read it
  18. Muppet Newsgirl

    Muppet Newsgirl Active Member

    I just read "Pomegranate Soup," by Marsha Mehran. It's set in a small Irish village during the mid-1980s, and it's the story of three sisters who settle there and open their own cafe, having just fled the revolution in Iran. It's an excellent book; got through it in one sitting.
  19. Winslow Leach

    Winslow Leach Active Member

    I just finished reading Chris Elliott's The Shroud of the Thwacker, a very funny book set in 1882, about a serial killer known in the press as "Jolly Jack the Thwacker." The novel spoofs a lot of true-crime books, particularly Patricia Cornwell's recent book, in which she claims to have uncovered the real identity of Jack the Ripper (Cornwell claims artist Walter Sickert was responsible, because some of his artwork resembled the Ripper's violence). Shroud has a lot of great one-liners and situations, and even includes Teddy Roosevelt in a supporting role (the Roosevelt stuff is especially funny).

    Now I'm reading A Third Face: My Tale of Writing, Fighting, and Filmmaking by legendary director Samuel Fuller. It's quite an interesting read.
  20. Pork

    Pork Active Member

    I've recently read Charles Dickens "BLEAK HOUSE" I really really enjoyed it. I'm now reading Charles Dickesn "GREAT EXPECTATIONS". I really love the way Charles Dickens writes!

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