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3 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Thursday 4/3/14 - 9:34:50 PM EST (GMT-5)
What is the best book you've ever read? Pls send a pic to go with your comment but this is optional. ( I just really like pictures! )


3 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Thursday 4/3/14 - 9:37:50 PM EST (GMT-5)
Sorry about the two pics there. I don't know what happened. There were just two photos when I looked at it.
3 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Wednesday 4/9/14 - 9:55:20 PM EST (GMT-5)
Here is mine:



I never saw myself LOVING a book by Stephen King. REALLY liking one, maybe. But I really do LOVE this book. Under the Dome was great too. I also like the short story, Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption, but I think I liked the movie better for that one. I also like The Green Mile. All of these, I'm sure I will read again and again, but so far, 11-22-63 is my all-time favorite. In fact, The Shawshank Redemption movie right now is #2 on my top ten list. If this book becomes a movie, it's very likely that it will push Shawshank down to #3.
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Wednesday 4/23/14 - 12:56:03 PM EST (GMT-5)
My favorite is A Drowned Maidens Hair.
its a melodrama.
GREATEST BOOK EVER
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Wednesday 4/23/14 - 1:49:19 PM EST (GMT-5)
the waves
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Wednesday 4/23/14 - 3:57:01 PM EST (GMT-5)
A Short History of Nearly Everything - Bill Bryson. I adore this book.
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Wednesday 4/23/14 - 4:53:31 PM EST (GMT-5)
The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Wednesday 4/23/14 - 9:54:48 PM EST (GMT-5)
Gone with the Wind- Margaret Mitchell
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Thursday 4/24/14 - 12:21:10 PM EST (GMT-5)
LOTR!
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Tuesday 5/6/14 - 5:18:50 AM EST (GMT-5)
The Royal Family by William Vollmann
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Friday 5/9/14 - 5:37:18 PM EST (GMT-5)
An Instance of the Fingerpost
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Saturday 5/10/14 - 10:14:06 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Wednesday 4/23/14 - 3:57:01 PM Avant-garde wrote:
A Short History of Nearly Everything - Bill Bryson. I adore this book.


I have it loaded on my Kindle- - I'm going to start it soon.
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Saturday 5/10/14 - 10:33:07 PM EST (GMT-5)

3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Monday 5/12/14 - 1:55:39 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Wednesday 4/23/14 - 4:53:31 PM marvelheroes wrote:
The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde

This
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Tuesday 5/13/14 - 1:03:35 AM EST (GMT-5)



I've always loved the artwork, too.
3 yrs ago, 6 mos ago - Tuesday 5/13/14 - 3:45:42 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Tuesday 5/13/14 - 1:03:35 AM Platypuss wrote:
[image] I've always loved the artwork, too.

On Wednesday 4/23/14 - 3:57:01 PM Avant-garde wrote:
A Short History of Nearly Everything - Bill Bryson. I adore this book.

On Wednesday 4/23/14 - 4:53:31 PM marvelheroes wrote:
The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde

Love all these. Also the stand by Stephen king. Hard to pick a favorite bc I read thm at different times in my life. Each has been my favorite at some point.
3 yrs ago, 1 mos ago - Thursday 10/16/14 - 4:09:32 PM EST (GMT-5)
I'm a fan of On Writing by Stephen King (the only book by him i like) and The Writers Tale by Russell T. Davies and Benjamin Cook. Both these books are essential for budding writers.

In fiction, i like Sherlock Holmes. Frankenstein was the first book that bowled me over. I first read it as a teenager and instead of going to PE, i'd leave the school grounds and walk across town to the library where i'd spend a couple hours reading Frankenstein instead of PE. And because i had to walk across town, i still got my exercise. I'm very fond of Frankenstein. It was written by a 20 year old girl. That still amazes me.
1 yr ago, 9 mos ago - Friday 1/29/16 - 10:01:13 PM EST (GMT-5)
Wizards First Rule By Terry Goodkind
1 yr ago, 3 mos ago - Monday 7/25/16 - 12:13:20 AM EST (GMT-5)
It's a close tie between Lolita and Blood Meridian. I guess I'm a sucker for beautiful, hypnotic prose. Couldn't recommend both of them more!
1 yr ago, 3 mos ago - Saturday 7/30/16 - 9:07:04 PM EST (GMT-5)
The Little Prince and Fugitive Pieces are two of my favourites.
7 months ago - Sunday 4/2/17 - 8:08:58 PM EST (GMT-5)
Twilight...
7 months ago - Monday 4/3/17 - 10:20:12 PM EST (GMT-5)

4 months ago - Saturday 6/24/17 - 4:49:04 PM EST (GMT-5)
All time favorite has to be Gone with the Wind.

Recently, I read Camino Island by Grisham and I Loved It! It was a huge departure from his courtroom dramas and it was very engrossing.
4 months ago - Sunday 6/25/17 - 5:44:33 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Wednesday 4/9/14 - 9:55:20 PM bookworm0812 wrote:
Here is mine: [image] I never saw myself LOVING a book by Stephen King. REALLY liking one, maybe. But I really do LOVE this book. Under the Dome was great too. I also like the short story, Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption, but I think I liked the movie better for that one. I also like The Green Mile. All of these, I'm sure I will read again and again, but so far, 11-22-63 is my all-time favorite. In fact, The Shawshank Redemption movie right now is #2 on my top ten list. If this book becomes a movie, it's very likely that it will push Shawshank down to #3.

Liked Under The Dome riiiight until the ending.

My all time Favourite is The Stand.



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