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  • Rudy
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    Favorite Book?

    Mine is between Catcher in the Rye, 1984, and The Great Gatsby.

  • Rudy
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    Originally posted by Rusty192 View Post
    yup its one of those "classics"

    i think its famous cuz the name is so bizarre.
    I should look into that. I would love to read about angry fruits. My favorite book is Everyone Poops.

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  • Rusty192
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    yup its one of those "classics"

    i think its famous cuz the name is so bizarre.

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  • Rudy
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    Originally posted by Rusty192 View Post
    so rudy have you ever read grapes of wrath. thats a brutal book
    Wrathful fruit? Sounds interesting

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  • Rusty192
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    so rudy have you ever read grapes of wrath. thats a brutal book

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  • Rudy
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    Originally posted by Moke View Post
    Ha, I guess. I don't really call it patience though because the book is easy and quick to read.

    Game of Thrones.... that needs patience
    Well I meant being patient with the story even though it's so easy to read.

    I've got to read Game of Thrones before I give an opinion klsdfjald

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  • Moke
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    Originally posted by Rudyy View Post
    Yeah. Even I had to be a little patient with the Hunger Games.
    Ha, I guess. I don't really call it patience though because the book is easy and quick to read.

    Game of Thrones.... that needs patience

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  • Rudy
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    Originally posted by Moke View Post
    It's not like they are the best books ever written though. But I kind of knew that going in. They are really for younger audience.
    Yeah. Even I had to be a little patient with the Hunger Games.

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  • Moke
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    Originally posted by Rudyy View Post
    I'm glad you are giving Catching Fire credit
    It's not like they are the best books ever written though. But I kind of knew that going in. They are really for younger audience.

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  • Rudy
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    Originally posted by Moke View Post
    Almost done with Catching Fire and must say it isn't THAT bad. The concept is decent and I'm hearing that there is a cliffhanger.I think the 1st book was way too obvious and the movie did it no justice. I knew from a mile away that something like that was going to happen. Hopefully the second book ends with a bang. Once this book is done I might start reading Crimw and Punishment along with my Ascent of money book.
    I'm glad you are giving Catching Fire credit

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  • Moke
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    Almost done with Catching Fire and must say it isn't THAT bad. The concept is decent and I'm hearing that there is a cliffhanger.I think the 1st book was way too obvious and the movie did it no justice. I knew from a mile away that something like that was going to happen. Hopefully the second book ends with a bang. Once this book is done I might start reading Crimw and Punishment along with my Ascent of money book.

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  • Rudy
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    Originally posted by thegiantsrule10 View Post
    Call me a kid (which i am) but i love the percy jackson series.
    They totally messed up the movies

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  • thegiantsrule10
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    Call me a kid (which i am) but i love the percy jackson series.

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  • Rudy
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    Originally posted by Kase-1 View Post
    Anything by Hunter S. Thompson, dude was an insane genius (dual meaning) and he actually started off as a sport writer and always held sports close to all of his works and heart. I gotta thank the public library for having EVERY SINGLE ONE of his books and when I was a 'security guard' for a town dock I got to rip through all of them

    Speaking of, I wanna start his whole collection over. DAMN he was great
    Any specific book by him you like the most?

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  • Kase-1
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    Anything by Hunter S. Thompson, dude was an insane genius (dual meaning) and he actually started off as a sport writer and always held sports close to all of his works and heart. I gotta thank the public library for having EVERY SINGLE ONE of his books and when I was a 'security guard' for a town dock I got to rip through all of them

    Speaking of, I wanna start his whole collection over. DAMN he was great

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