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TR cheatfinder
26-11-08, 16:24
What is your favorite book, post here

Mine is.....The Black Book of Secrets

26-11-08, 16:29
I have many, but at the moment i would have to say Ketamine: Dreams and realities and DMT: The spirit molecule.

26-11-08, 17:07
wrong section?

26-11-08, 17:25
I'm guessing this is in the wrong section, but my favorite book is:

TR cheatfinder
26-11-08, 17:27
sorry I thought I was in the General Chat area someone move this thread please :o

26-11-08, 18:10

Without a doubt. :)

26-11-08, 23:03
Redwall by Brian Jacques
Isn't this the wrong section :p

26-11-08, 23:27
J.R.R. Tolkiens Lord of the Rings Trilogie


26-11-08, 23:35
I like to read non-fiction.
Crime books.
Sport books,
PS2 magazines.

27-11-08, 02:07
Norwegian Wood

27-11-08, 02:14
Anne Rice - Blood and Gold


The golden-haired Marius, true Child of the Millennia, once mentor to The Vampire Lestat, always and forever the conscientious foe of the Evil Doer, reveals in his own intense yet intimate voice the secrets of his two-thousand-year existence.

Once a proud Senator in Imperial Rome, kidnapped and made a "blood god" by the Druids, Marius becomes the embittered protector of Akasha and Enkil, Queen and King of the vampires, in whom the core of the supernatural race resides.

We follow him through his heartbreaking abandonment of the vampire Pandora. Through him we see the fall of pagan Rome to the Emperor Constantine and the horrific sack of the Eternal City itself at the hands of the Visigoths.

Bravely, Marius seeks a new civilization in the midst of glittering Constantinople, only to meet with the blood drinker Eudoxia. We see him ultimately returning to his beloved Italy, where after the horrors of the Black Death, he is restored by the beauty of the Renaissance. We see him become a painter living dangerously yet happily among mortals, giving his heart to the great Botticelli, to the bewitching courtesan Bianca, and to the mysterious young apprentice Armand.

Moving from Rome to Florence, Venice, and Dresden, and to the English castle of the secret scholarly order of the Talamasca, the novel reaches its dramatic finale in our own time, deep in the jungle where Marius, having told hi slife story, seeks some measure of justice from the oldest vampires in the world.

Seriously amazing book, one of Anne Rice's best yet... the story of Marius covers over 2000 years of his life... The book is actually mirrored with the book Pandora which tells the story of Pandora who was Marius' paramour of soom 700 years...

Amazing book, i highly reccomend it for any fan of long lived characters with ambigous histories...


27-11-08, 04:03
isn't this the wrong section?

27-11-08, 10:12
This thread is still here?:p

My favourite book is Gates of Fire by Steven Pressfield.

27-11-08, 10:54
You should have put, "What is your favorite book of video games?"

well, just my opinion...:p