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Momo

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OMG i did not mentionThe Undead series or did i? OMG! LOVELY LOVELY LOVELY LOVELY LOVELY LOVELY and amazing books *.*-end-
 
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Twilight no fucking argument. Genius. The best thing I liked about this book is when you search the internet about it. You can't find shit about the book, but a lot about glitter, fags, Alucard laughing at Edward Cullen.My personal favorite.Edward: Yo Bella wassup?Bella: Edward. We can't be together!Edward: Why not? I love you.Bella: We just can't !Edward: Explain to me why. I'm so love drunk for you.Bella: Because It's my period Ok!* Edward attacks bella's vagina*Bella: No, not this shit again.That one was pretty epic. I made that up. It's just a joke to all the glitter readers.The books I like:Alice in Wonderland.Games of Thrones series.Harry PotterMoby DickOliver TwistInkheartLots more.
 

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My favourite writer has to be Terry Pratchet, and his Discworld series. Amazing writing style, great humour, and a nice and actually original take on fantasy. Haven't seen that before and after him.Other writers I enjoy are people like Terry Goodkind, Michael Crichton, Ben Elton, and a load of others. Mainly fantasy and science fiction though.
 
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@Rayne: You know what's funny? While reading the first part of that post, I could actually imagine you reading Twilight. xD@Bwj: I don't think I've a Terry Pratchet book. Hmm. I'll go check that author out.@Jk0: I can see patterns!Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events was a staple in my reading list when I was younger.
 
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[quote name='"Pickled Onion' date=' post: 37734"']@Rayne: You know what's funny? While reading the first part of that post, I could actually imagine you reading Twilight. xD@Bwj: I don't think I've a Terry Pratchet book. Hmm. I'll go check that author out.@Jk0: I can see patterns!Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events was a staple in my reading list when I was younger.[/quote]don't underestimate my reading skills
 

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lol lolI read Mr Rayne;s post, and for split of second I was like.. oh my God, Mr. Rayne you are awesome! well, my uke friends mostly like twilight so I was thinking....................*Coughs*well, recently I am into novels called the ranger;s apprentice and the black magician trilogy.
 
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[quote name='"kyrararen' date=' post: 38140"']lol lolI read Mr Rayne;s post, and for split of second I was like.. oh my God, Mr. Rayne you are awesome!well, my uke friends mostly like twilight so I was thinking....................*Coughs*well, recently I am into novels called the ranger;s apprentice and the black magician trilogy.[/quote]I read the books, Just didn't like them.
 

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[quote name='"Mr Rayne' date=' post: 38142"']I read the books, Just didn't like them.[/quote]same here!^^
 

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A few of my favorite books are from my personal all time favorite author Brian Keene. A few of them would be: The rising, Dark Hollow, A Gathering of Crows, Dead Sea, Urban Gothic, and mostly all of his books.Other of my favorite books include:Cell - Stephen KingGiest - Phillippa BallantineThe Night Angel Trilogy - Brent WeeksThe Eye of the World - Robert JordanGuilty Pleasures - Laurell K. HamiltonThat is only a few for right now, I have to many to list >.<
 
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Saya no Uta - Lovecraftian horror romanceAnd Then There Were None - a mystery classicFate/Stay Night - ultra long quasi-fantasy epic that may count as a slice of life with many of its sub-plotsTsukihime - slice of life with supernatural themesKagetsu Tohya - see TsukihimeAtlas Shrugged - Objectivist philosophy set around a world in the 1950's. Basically anti-Socialist rhetoric meant to be pornography for Capitalists.