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    Re: Recommend A Book

    Quote Originally Posted by RikaSatomi View Post
    but but...it's "anti-christian", noooooooo!! xDDD sorry. I couldn't resist. I still need to finish those books.
    xD they gave out a warning at our school for parents for those books.
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    wow give it a break you should be able to read watever you want and school should stay out of it
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

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    wow give it a break you should be able to read watever you want and school should stay out of it
    x3 i know, but everyone in my town is annoyingly religious.
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

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    x3 i know, but everyone in my town is annoyingly religious.

    I had fun walking around bookstores questioning store employees about why they didn't carry books like The End of Faith and The God Delusion. note: I'm not anti-christian or anything, I just think the ideas presented in those books make you think more before just opening your mouth and talking like you know everything.
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    Quote Originally Posted by RikaSatomi View Post

    I had fun walking around bookstores questioning store employees about why they didn't carry books like The End of Faith and The God Delusion. note: I'm not anti-christian or anything, I just think the ideas presented in those books make you think more before just opening your mouth and talking like you know everything.
    i know what you mean. i hate those people who dont present any facts and just talk about how their religon is right and everyone who doesnt believe will go to hell. v.v i mean you're not dead. you dont know if there's a heaven or hell.
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    Quote Originally Posted by Ying View Post
    i know what you mean. i hate those people who dont present any facts and just talk about how their religon is right and everyone who doesnt believe will go to hell. v.v i mean you're not dead. you dont know if there's a heaven or hell.
    Honestly right now, I don't care if there is a God or a Heaven or Hell. I'm trying to get through college, working on my wedding, trying to get a good job. That stuff just isn't priority right now. But I do like to take teachings of various religions and follow them. Meditation does wonders, man!

    But you should read those two books. I haven't finished them yet, but they're really good. Makes you think.
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    I recommend; DMT: The Spirit Molecule

    Very interesting for those that appreciate modern brain science and psychopharmacology. Wonderful to read.
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

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    I recommend; DMT: The Spirit Molecule

    Very interesting for those that appreciate modern brain science and psychopharmacology. Wonderful to read.
    I think I've heard of that before....either way, I'll be sure to see if I can find it.
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    Lian Hearn - Tales of the Otori-series. First book: Across The Nightingale Floor. Good prose, excellent story, and very well written.

    Genre: fantasy/fiction (inspiration: Japanese history and culture)

    Go buy it. Go on!
     
         

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    The Passage by Justin Cronin, best Vampire book ever, best post apolyptic book ever, best book ever. And I dont read a lot but I really love this book though. Also I'd reccoment Blink by Malcom Gladwell. Its not a novel it talks about about how people think. Sounds boring buts it actually fascinating/
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    The mammoth Book of vampires
    a collection of Good short stories of vampires, none of that sparkly vegitarian crap.

    House of blood & queen of blood. - good mystery / horrors. very vivid and creative.
     
         
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    Re: Recommend A Book

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    the house of night series!! i love that series!!

    i dont read a lot of books but thats a good series

    and the outsiders is a great book hands down!!
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    If u like detective novels then u should try eye of the needle...on the wings of the
    eagle,the key to rebecca,and most of the books by Ken follet....then if u want to try a cool and imaginative detective hero u should try The jack reacher series by lee child...and as you are into it also try to read all sherlock holmes....and if wanna know why hitler was a psycho try mein kamph his autobiography then if u r into the godfather stuff read all books by Mario puzo and then the continuation of the story by mike winegardner...and also read The lords of the ring trilogy By J.rr tolkien if u liked the movie

    If u r into dragon lore try the eragon cycle

    These are the novels i like the most
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    Curently i'm reading Faust by Ghoethe
    But i could recommend it to those that are interested in the plot when a person could become a master of his destiny.No matter what is the price nothing is stopping the true Love.Not even a deal with the devil.
    Another good book is Dr.Jekyl and Mr.Hyde and the other books from that time of Oscar Wilde.
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    If you like Rick Riordan books like Percy Jackson, he has a new series called the Red Pyramid which is about Egyptian Gods
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    Catch 22 -by Joseph Heller
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    The art of Racing in the Rain, By Garth Stein.

    Great book especially for people who aren't causal readers.
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    Also,

    Ishmael, My Ishmael, and The Story of B by Daniel Quinn

    They expose some common misconceptions about history and culture in a creative way.
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    Beautiful Creatures, Glimmerglass, Wings, Spells
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    The Alex Rider Series- Anthony Horwitz(i know its been said... but its still good)
    Young Bond-Charles (**** forgot his last name... its a great seires nonetheless, kinda like Alex Rider)
    Percy Jackson/ THe lost Hero- Rick Riordan
    Shadow Children Series-Margerate Peterson Haddix (spelt margerate wrong...)
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    Book: Post Mortem
    Author: Patricia Cornwell
    Reason: Its such a great book if your into forensic science like what they show on CSI. She was a former forensic scientist herself so she goes into detail about what some of the things they use do. Very Interesting
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    Book: Ghosts of Onyx
    Author: Eric Nylund
    Reason: If you want to know how the series of Halo concludes after the ending of the third game just pick up this book. Its about Master Chief going back to planet Reach to look for the surviving Spartans he grew up with in the program. A must have for HALO fans
     
         

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    Re: Recommend A Book

    I never read but I like stories that have very different mini stories inside them but they link up all in the end.

    Holes by Louis Sacher (don't think I spelt it right)
     
         

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