What's the last book you've read?

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Tricks by Ellen Hopkins 8/10

That book was really disturbing!

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Clockwork Orange
by Anthony burgess

Messed up in some ways, buy I really like the "language" Alex used. Entertaining and intriguing.

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movieman1005 wrote:Clockwork Orange
by Anthony burgess

Messed up in some ways, buy I really like the "language" Alex used. Entertaining and intriguing.
I really liked that book! Really good read. The 20th century has given the world some of the best literature!

I just got through reading It's not news, It's Fark by Drew Curtis, founder of the site Fark.com. It was entertaining, but it got too repetitive at times. 7.5/10.

Also, the author looks like my World History teacher without his beard.

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Eternalist wrote:
chee wrote:Sandman: Season of Mists.
Are you reading them in numerical order or random?
In numerical order. Can't stand reading/watching something out of order. :P

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Minority Report by Philip K. Dick. Great book, now I just need to watch the movie!

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akv1984 wrote:
movieman1005 wrote: The 20th century has given the world some of the best literature!

Agree with you, just finished reading the fountainhead, and I have to say that its the best book I have ever read.Cant wait to read Atlas Shrugged.

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Tried to read The Catcher in the Rye, but it sucked so much I put it down. :|

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chee wrote:Tried to read The Catcher in the Rye, but it sucked so much I put it down. :|
I loved that book! But I understand that it's not for everyone. Maybe you can give it another go in a couple of years?

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akv1984 wrote:
chee wrote:Tried to read The Catcher in the Rye, but it sucked so much I put it down. :|
I loved that book! But I understand that it's not for everyone. Maybe you can give it another go in a couple of years?
No, the main character was annoying, pacing is terrible, and over all its just a dumb read. Seriously, it reads like a book for 3rd graders. Not my thing at all.

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Just finished The Greatest Show on Earth by Richard Dawkins.

Starting on The Caged Virgin by Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë.

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