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marggo
06-09-06, 20:59
Well wich is it? or maybe wich are they
My favourites are ....

_Harry potter all of them -- JK
-The Lord of the Rings --Tolkin
-The call of the wild -- Jack London
-The white fang -- Jack London

Be my guests:D

Rivendell
06-09-06, 21:04
Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings
JKR's Harry Potter
Dan Brown's Angels and Demons

They're my 3 favourite books*series !

xRikux89
06-09-06, 21:07
- Harry Potter
- Lord of the Rings
- Artemis Fowl

I don't read a lot of books :o

Edit: I can't spell today

Angelx14
06-09-06, 21:09
Harry Potter and War of the worlds.:D:cln:

K.J
06-09-06, 21:10
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Natla'd
06-09-06, 21:10
Battle Royale - Takami Koushun
The Baby Trail / A Perfect Match / From Here To Maternity - Sinead Moriary
The Adrian Mole Series - Sue Townsend

Jonnipants
06-09-06, 21:11
Heat Magazine

..Oh, wait..

Kamrusepas
06-09-06, 21:22
Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
Needful Things by Stephen King

And everything else by Pratchett and King.

BtoFu
06-09-06, 21:23
On The Road - Jack Kerouac

Thorir
06-09-06, 21:25
Evas Øye - Karin Fossum.

xMiSsCrOfTx
06-09-06, 21:26
Invisible Monsters
All Harry Potter books
The Hobbit
The Da Vinci Code

Uh... I like pretty much anything I read, I'm drawing blanks as of now for my favorites, though! :p

jjbennett
06-09-06, 21:27
The Mitch Rapp series by Vince Flynn.
The Nick Stone series by Andy McNab.

Both authors are really good at nail biting thrillers.

J.

tampi
06-09-06, 21:27
The twisted lines of God - Torcuato Luca de Tena

Lavinder
06-09-06, 21:37
Harry Potter
The Hobbit
LOTR

thepetemaster
06-09-06, 21:41
The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test,by Tom Wolfe
Brave New World, byAldous Huxley
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, by Ken Kesey
Hell's Angels, by Hunter S.Thompson

ILG49ers
07-09-06, 02:20
The Girl who Loved Tom Gordon - Stephen King
LOTR (I haven't read The Return of the King yet, but I'm sure I will like it!)
The Chronicles of Narnia - C. S. Lewis

Those are some of my favorite books. :)

Kamrusepas
07-09-06, 04:54
Oh right, should probably mention Oryx And Crake by Margaret Atwood :tmb:

Melonie Tomb Raider
07-09-06, 05:10
The Bible. :D Psalms, Proverbs, and Revelations being my three favorite books. :jmp:

amlai
07-09-06, 05:26
Das Parfum - by Patrick Süskind
Some people found it digusting but i think this is one of most descriptive i had read.

Nephili
07-09-06, 05:27
Heat Magazine

..Oh, wait..

Lol! :D

Im the same, i dont really read books, although i probably should. Im more of a magazine type of guy :D

Trigger_happy
07-09-06, 16:29
it has to be Sabriel, Lireal and Abhorsen by Garth Nix. :)

Assassino
07-09-06, 18:28
Tithe, Holly Black.
One of the very few books I can be bothered to read, brilliant story!:D
\m/

saray
07-09-06, 18:49
theres a book called face i dunno how to spell the authors name though :p but that was story was awesome.

Sofitegan
07-09-06, 18:53
The Bible. :D Psalms, Proverbs, and Revelations being my three favorite books. :jmp:
How did i guess... lol. :) No, offence btw, i think its great you have a faith. It's just not for me.

As for my fave books, id say Northern lights, when a girl is born and Suffragette. (a diary style book following a made up suffragette.)

rika2
07-09-06, 18:55
The Silmarillion.

Nicky
07-09-06, 19:23
Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman.

Hurrah4Lara
08-09-06, 21:06
The Bible. :D Psalms, Proverbs, and Revelations being my three favorite books. :jmp:

Hehe Melonie, you sneaked in three books within one! I posted some beautiful poetry from Psalms in another thread - I know it by heart in Old Hebrew & St James English!

My own fave is surely

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

I love to read it every four years, by which time I have forgotten it, and am so jalouse of those who never have:).

H4L:wve:

kangaxx
08-09-06, 21:21
The Mysterious island (3 volumes) by Jules Verne.