Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hamouze, Dec 27, 2014.
Hmm, idk maybe Treasure Island.
Harry potter series so far
1984 by George Orwell. Also enjoyed the Harry Potter books when I was a kid.
Rich man, poor man
+1 liked it, only book i have read in ~10 years lol
anybody can recommend something like this? something that can change your mindset or like makes you wanna change your lifestyle
It's gotta be the classic Hunger Games books. The descriptions of foods and environments were so vivid and triggered my imagination every time. I loved all the books
i adore "Fight Club" by Charles Michael «Chuck» Palahniuk. I like to read books that reveal a certain morality and give me a certain life lesson. I really enjoy reading books that push you out of your comfort zone, which make you think, and at some points it even gets frustrating. Recently, with the help of the UK service uk.edubirdie.com, I wrote about this book of essays. I also used other books by Chuck Palahniuk and realized for myself that when rigidly written, it means the truth is written, and therefore it is good.
1984 by George Orwell. I would recommend anyone to either read the book or watch the movie, it gives you interesting thoughts to think or reflect about.
Matterhorn, a vietnam war book, magnificent book
I'd have to say the Deltora Quest series, including shadow lands and dragons of deltora, although the first of the three is the best.
I never really read anything anymore, and when I do, I read stuff I already know (I don't know why, nostalgia maybe), and Deltora Quest was my favorite when I was a kid, so it gets read the most and is still my favorite.
The anime also isn't horrible. It's the only american fantasy series I've ever seen get turned into an anime. It wasn't completely made in english, but the few episodes at the end that aren't translated are starting off the shadowlands series, but they never made that into an anime so those few episodes offer nothing anyway.
Before I read Deltora, Parsifal's Page was my favorite. If I remember correctly it's part of a series as well, but it's the only book I've read from it.
EDIT: Turns out I was mistaken. Deltora's not an American fantasy series at all. It's an Australian fantasy series.
I am writing an essay about my favorite literary character and re-reading Pride and Prejudice right now. Mr. Bennet is my favorite character. I like that he finds fun among stupid people and that this is probably also not very good quality, and he knows that. I found best place to buy college essays. I hope I get a good grade.
History of Everything by Bill Bryson
The Art of War
Not going to lie, the 1st two Game of Thrones, or the Harry Potter series.
Favorite author is dean koontz. Favorite dean koontz books are "Phantoms" and "The Taking".
Favorite book of all time though is the Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull. Definitely for young readers, as i read it as a kid. But I loved that series so much i read it 3 times.
Harry Potter and King Tvrtko's Bosnian kingdom.
Favorite is tough but Mans Search For Meaning by Victor Frankl made me shed a tear. Very difficult to get through. Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy is great and of course, the Eragon series (Inheritance) is top tier.
The fish that ate the whale.
An absolutely wonderful and inspiring book.