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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 17/11/2007 8:53:13 AM   
Squidward Hark Bugle


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My favourite books include:

The Harry Potter Books
Pet Sematary
Looking For Alibrandi

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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 13/12/2007 2:55:16 PM   
ewan w

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right, here goes. I can't be bothered reading the full thread so apologies if there are repitiions. I presume there will be.

Lanark -Alasdair Gray - simply wonderful stuff. everyione should read it.
Time traveller's Wife - Audrey Niffenburger
The Wasp Factory - Iain Banks
Turn of the screw - Henry James
Of Mice and Men - John Steinbeck
The Fall of Kelvin Walker - Alasdair Gray
A History Maker - Alasdair Gray - OK OK I love Alasdair Gray. A glasgow literary legend and a damn talented painter too.
most Irvine Welsh books solely for the hilarity. Porno stands out. I know some of them aren't really that great but his characters make me laugh out loud.

can't think of more right now. it's harder to think than I thought it would be.


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 15/12/2007 3:29:21 PM   

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I am an avid fantasy reader so if there are any fans of the genre here then hopefully these will help you out if you havn't already read them.

The Riftwar Trilogy
Magician/Silverthorn/Darkness at Sethanon      Trilogy by Raymond E. Feist, the first of a few trilogies by him actually - a lot of them set in the same worlds, sometimes with the same characters, but this is easily the best of them. Following many different characters throoughout, the main attention grabber is Pug, a young boy taken as apprentice to a magician, you follow him from young boy to man through the times of the barbarian wars against the people from the alien world of Kelewan.

The Empire Trilogy
Servant of the Empire/Daughter of the Empire/Mistress of the Empire     One of the above mentioned trilogies by Raymond E. Feist, again, awesome. Set this time on Kelewan, and following their people rather than those of the first world, you follow the trials of Mara, a girl soon to be taken on as aservant to a god but instead taken home to be the head of her prestigious family following the death of her father and brother in the barbarian wars. Read the Magician trilogy first if possible.

The Dark Tower Series (7 Books)
The Gunslinger/The Drawing of the Three/The Waste Lands/Wizard and Glass/Wolves of the Calla/Song of Susannah/The Dark Tower       Occasionally tedious but overall astounding series by Stephen King and his only real crack at the fantasy epic. Following Roland Deschain, the last gunslinger of a lost world on his quest to the nexus of all existence. Passing through our world more than once at 3 different points in the 20th century and back to Mid-World again.

The Swans War Trilogy
The One Kingdom/The Isle of Battle/The Shadow Road     Probably the least unheard of series posted anywhere in this thread, but very good. Written by a little known Canadian author called Sean Russell. Following three friends from a small village on their unintended adventure. Stumbled across the first book in Australia and was annoyed at having to wait for two and three.

The Hobbit/Lord of the Rings     J.R.R Tolkein
No explanation neccesary. Slow going and hard reading on the odd occasion but Tolkein is the legend he is because of these books.

The Wheel of Time Series (11 books, book 12 due 2009)
Eye of the World/The Great Hunt/The Dragon Reborn/The Shadow Rising/The Fires of Heaven/Lord of Chaos/A Crown of Swords/The Path of Daggers/Winter's Heart/Crossroads of Twilight/Knife of Dreams
Due 2009  A Memory of Light       
I loved Lord of the Rings. Without doubt, i love this more. It is purely amazing. The scope of imagination piled into the series is astounding.
I have to admit that for me to write a premise of the story it would take forever, and probably sound more than a little confusing, so i have pasted this over from the lovely Wikipedia;

"In the beginning, the Creator made the Wheel of Time, which spins the Pattern of the Ages using the lives of men and women as its threads. The Wheel has seven spokes, each representing an age, and it is rotated by the True Source from which the One Power, a source of energy, is drawn. The One Power is divided into male and female halves, saidin and saidar, which work in opposition and in unison to drive the Wheel; those who can use this power are known as channelers. One organization of channelers is the Aes Sedai, a name meaning "Servants of All" in the Old Tongue.
The Creator imprisoned Shai'tan, known as the Dark One, a powerful, evil being, at the moment of creation, sealing him away from the Wheel. At some point, however, the Dark One was given purchase in the world through the machinations of people who opened his prison, and began his efforts to conquer the world, creation, and even the Wheel itself. In response to this, the Wheel spun out the Dragon, a channeler of immense power, to be a champion for the Light. Due to the cyclical nature of the Wheel, there has been no definitive victory for the forces of the Light; the war has been fought innumerable times since the dawn of Creation. The Dragon would defeat Shai'tan and seal him from the Wheel, only to have him break out (or be released) several millennia later, forcing the Dragon to be reborn and repeat the entire process.
Robert Jordan's novels concern themselves with one particular incarnation of the Dragon. About 3000 years have passed since the last war between Shadow and Light. This war ended when the Dragon, then born as Lews Therin Telamon, led a daring raid to Shayol Ghul and sealed the breach in the Dark One's prison with the help of a group of other male channelers known as the Hundred Companions (female channelers, due to recent gender politics and the extreme risk of the strike, refused to assist). Though Lews Therin succeeded, the Dark One managed to spread a taint on saidin itself, bringing madness and a wasting sickness to any who channeled it. The taint quickly overcame nearly every male channeler in the world, including Lews Therin and his companions, with catastrophic results that radically changed the face of the earth. From then onwards, Lews Therin was also called the "Kinslayer", as one of the last results of his madness was to destroy everyone who carried his blood as well as everyone he loved.
For these reasons, the return of the Dragon is a cause for both hope and fear amongst the populace. On the one hand, the Dragon Reborn is the only person capable of defeating Shai'tan, who will inevitably begin to escape his prison. On the other, the Dragon Reborn will still be prey to the madness caused by the taint of evil in saidin, and is a harbinger of the horrifying fact that Shai'tan is once more breaking free. The only man who can save the world is also the man most likely to destroy it."

The Author of these books was a man called Robert Jordan, and i say was, bacause unfortunately in Sepember this year he passed away due to a rare blood disease. This obviously left the future of the final book in severe doubt, but it has been revealed that fantasy author Brandon Sanderson will take it on to complete from Jordans notes and tapes.

Anyone that does read or has read these books, feel free to PM me, i'd love to hear your views on what are easily my favourites.


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 3/2/2008 5:34:34 AM   

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The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time by Mark Haddon. The only book I've read recently which brought me close to tears. A remarkable debut novel.

All the Diskworld books by Terry Pratchett.

Purple Cane Road by James Lee Burke. He's one of the finest writers in any genre currently working in America.

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. I've reread it more times than I can remember.


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 3/2/2008 9:39:45 PM   

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Okay here goes:

Slaughterhouse 5  -  Kurt Vonnegut
A Head Full of Blue - Nick Johnstone
Jesus' Son - Dennis Johnson
Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas - Hunter S.Thompson
Watchmen - Moore / Gibbons (graphic novels count okay!)
Them: Adventures with Extremists - Jon Ronson
I Am Legend - Richard Matheson
David Boring - Clowes
Factotum - Charles Bukowski


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 4/2/2008 8:24:19 PM   


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Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood
It - Stephen King
Men at Arms - Terry Pratchett
A Song of Ice and Fire - George R R Martin (unfinished series)
Malazan Book of the Fallen - Steven Erikson (unfinished series)
Chasm City - Alastair Reynolds
Forever War - Joe Haldeman
Gentleman Bastards - Scott Lynch (unfinished series)

The list goes on, and occasionally I read things that aren't sci-fi/fantasy :p



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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 11/2/2008 11:25:02 AM   

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American Psycho - Bret Easton Ellis
To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee (some books are worth the hype)
The Girl In Times Square - Paullina Simons
Falling Angels - Tracy Chevalier


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 16/2/2008 4:38:47 PM   

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Solaris - Stanislaw Lem
The Martian Cronicles . Ray Bradbury
Howl's Moving castle - Diana Wynne Jones
The Subtle Knife - Philip Pullman
Fear and Loading in Las Vegas - Hunter S Thompson
The first Harry Potter book

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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 25/2/2008 11:50:26 PM   
Black Tulip

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Hmmm, well since I last contributed to this thread in 2005 you'd think I'd have loads more books to recommend, but I can actually only think of one that isn't ridiculously academic (oh to have a life where I could read for pleasure on a regular basis).  So anyway this is the only book I consider thoroughly worthy of recognition that I have read in over 2 years:

The Painted Veil - Somerset Maugham.  This book beautifully paints the sights, sounds and even smells of twenties China.  Within this setting a heartbreaking story of a man who personifies British restraint and his ungrateful wife is set down.  Her infidelity is the trigger for an incredible journey into a cholera epidemic and also a route for her ultimate redemption.  This story brings to life in glorious technicolour a world that no longer exists without ever feeling irrelevant.



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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 4/3/2008 5:31:50 PM   

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To Kill a Mockingbird - didn't get forced to read this is school so I didn't pick it up until I read my way through the BBC's top 100 for the Big Read a few years back.  Its now firmly my favourite book ever.
Memoirs of a Geisha - I just adore this novel.  I think it is the descriptions of colour and lifestyle that make it for me.
Sabriel - a little light entertainment, wonderfully realised worlds, characters etc.  Fantastic young adult fiction.


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 4/3/2008 8:05:17 PM   
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Lord of the Rings Trilogy.
Mort by Pratchett
Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer.
Everest; Mountain without Mercy by Broughton Coburn.
In the Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick.
All the Pern books by Anne McCaffrey.
A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 7/3/2008 4:40:29 PM   
Harley Quinn

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Can I add:
To Kill a mocking Bird (perfect book)
The Stephanie Plum Books (They make me cry with laughter everytime I read them)
Harry Dresden Novels
The Myron Boillter (sp) books by Harlan Coben

There are loads more I want to add but can't think of them at the moment


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 11/3/2008 4:22:33 PM   

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My favourite books:

Middlesex - Jeffrey Eugenides
Perfume - Patrick Suskind
American Gods - Neil Gaiman
Wicked - Gregory Maguire
Phantom of the Opera - Gaston Leroux
The Moth Diaries - Rachel Klein
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - J.K. Rowling
Dresden Files: Dead Beat - Jim Butcher
Little Children - Tom Perrotta
The Princess Bride - William Goldman
Lullaby - Chuck Palahniuk
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay - Michael Chabon


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 12/3/2008 3:59:44 PM   


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(No particular order)


The Stand - Stephen King
IT - Stephen King
2001: A Space Odyssey - Arthur C Clarke
Childhood's End - Arthur C Clarke
Rama series - Arthur C Clarke / Gentry Lee
I Am Legend - Richard Matheson
Star Wars: Shadows of The Empire - Steve Perry (just for nostalgia really)


Cosmos - Carl Sagan
Dragons of Eden - Carl Sagan
Myths to Live By - Joseph Campbell
Born on The Fourth of July - Ron Kovic
Titanic and The Making of James Cameron - Paula Parisi

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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 21/3/2008 8:47:54 PM   


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My favouritest books no particular order.......not even alphabetical order..........

War and Peace
A Hero Of Our Time
On the Road
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Notes from Underground
Crime and Punishment
The Brothers Karamazov
Fathers and Sons

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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 22/3/2008 9:13:23 AM   
Baby Bear

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A little light reading, hey, MrEmReAB ?


" At least he was asleep when I hit him with the shovel......." Moses Lawn. RIP

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Felix: "Poor guy. They must be like space hoppers by now."

lympo :
I have no idea how the idea came about! one moment I was eating turkey, the next i was on all fours

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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded - 28/3/2008 7:37:38 PM   

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"The Handmaid's Tale" by Margaret Atwood and "Rebecca" by Daphne du Maurier need to be in the list.


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 6/5/2008 5:13:15 PM   

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I completely agree with your short blurb on His Dark Materials. It made me cry at the end! I selfishly wanted another but I understand that the fourth book would completely ruin the trilogy. The film, however, I thought was not as well directed as it should be: instead of sticking to the book and producing a classic movie, they played with the "Other World" too much and it became a childs film instead of an adult/teen movie.


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 23/5/2008 6:13:50 PM   


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My fave book of all time is David Gemmell's Legend. This inspired me to read the rest of his Drenai Series which is just brilliant (11 books). I have read a couple of individual titles which were great too- Morningstar and Knights of Dark Renown.

I also loved Conn Iggulden's Emperor Series (Gates of Rome, Fall of Kings, Field of Swords and God of War) which inturn i wanted to read his conqueror series (which i have only read the first one).

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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 4/6/2008 5:38:43 PM   
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                             Three very different books but I love them all.


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 7/6/2008 3:32:14 AM   

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Absolutely brilliant memoir, focusing more on the emotional and psychological battles of the soldiers rather tha actual field battles. Tragic, entertaining and at times really, really funny.

If not only for the great use of words alone, but there is so much more.

Savage, cruel, ambigous, fantastic.



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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 18/6/2008 12:57:55 AM   


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Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. the best book I ve read in ages far better than the highly popular Da Vinci Code. If you like History, Barcelona, family secret, mysteries, don t wait.


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 18/6/2008 1:06:12 AM   

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The five books i have as my Top Five Books of All Time (you can see where this is going) on my fb page are....

High Fidelity
The Subtle Knife
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
The Kite Runner

I'm really looking to replace The Kite Runner (while it's an amazing books, i'm sure there are better ones out there)
The same goes for 1984, it's incredible, has a lot to say and says it well. But the flabby middle part kind ruins the sharp focus of the 1st and last part.


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 23/6/2008 4:44:49 PM   

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The Master and Margarita - Mikhail Bulgakov
The Lord of The Rings - JRR Tolkein
The Heart Of A Dog - Mikhail Bulgakov
The Three Musketeers - Alexandre Dumas
Perfume - Patrick Suskind
Night Watch / Day Watch / Twilight Watch - Sergey Lukyanenko
Rebus Series - Ian Rankin
The Book of Chameleons - Jose Eduardo Agualusa


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 19/7/2008 7:46:18 PM   


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I think my favourite books would be (in no particular order)...

Life of Pi - Yann Martel
Lord of the Rings - JRR Tolkien
1984 - George Orwell
To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee
Rebecca - Daphne Du Maurier
Watership Down - Richard Adams
Lord of the Flies - William Golding
Gulliver's Travels - Jonathan Swift
His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman

The list changes and updates constantly but I think these have been the books that have affected me most as a reader and inspired me the most as a writer.   


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 26/8/2008 12:56:38 AM   

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The Harry Potter books by JK Rowling (In order...HBP, DH, POA, GOF, OOTP, PS, COS)
The Wee-Free Men, A Hat Full of Sky, Wintersmith by Terry Pratchett
The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents by Terry Pratchett
The Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell
The Monkeewrench series by PJ Tracy
The Skin Gods by Richard Montanari
In The Woods by Tana French



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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 3/11/2008 10:48:02 PM   

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1) Coraline - Neil Gaiman
Obscure and effective. Takes you into a twisted, bizzare and brilliant dream land.

2) The Secret Life of Bees - Sue Monk Kidd
Beautiful, hazy and downright fantastic. An excellently put together book which is totally gripping.

3) Twilight - Stephenie Meyer
Its teen romance genius. It really depends on taste, but if your into it, its a must read.


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 5/12/2008 4:13:43 PM   

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aint gonne put down a list cos i'm way too indecisive but i want to recommend Robert Bolano's Savage Detectives which i'm reading at the moment. awesome stuff.
not exactly action packed though...


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 5/12/2008 4:16:30 PM   


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RE: Your Favouritest Books: Reloaded (Updated 26/10) - 21/12/2008 6:23:08 PM   

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Steppenwolf - Hermann Hesse

Although that is subject to change.....



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