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1 What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 10:02 am

I just got obsessed with Raymond.E.Feist. But I'm taking
a break from all that fantasy. My friends recommended me
a book-Were Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern who wrote
P.S. I Love You. They say it's better than Twilight. I'm not
really that lovey dovey girly sort, but I gave it a shot.
It's a really long book and I'm halfway. It's okay so far.
only okay. wow if this is better than Twilihgt,
then Twilight must really suck. Just joking. I'll read it
through before I judge.
(I miss all the blood and gore that I'm used too)


So post what you're reading. Rant and rave or criticise it.

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2 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 10:16 am

So far as I'm concerned, there isn't any good book around right now...

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3 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 10:23 am

OMG CECILIA AHERN SO QUITE GOOD.

ummm theres a book by her. it's like
where is here?
or Here and blahh
not to sure but it's something to do with 'here'
and it's like she gets lost and blah
cover is black with a really nice gold and pink design

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4 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 10:38 am

It's called
"A Place Called Here"

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5 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 10:39 am

Gary Xu wrote:So far as I'm concerned, there isn't any good book around right now...
why not.
You need to look harder.
Try the old favourites like Isobelle Carmody.
Though her latest series is absolutely monstrous.

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6 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 10:50 am

omg jane, you talk like a literture professor. haha.

never heard of Isobelle Carmody.

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7 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 10:51 am

No?
remember those little velvet covered books
Lulu used to guard so closely?
maybe not.XD

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8 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 11:10 am

Jane.F wrote:
Gary Xu wrote:So far as I'm concerned, there isn't any good book around right now...
why not.
You need to look harder.
Try the old favourites like Isobelle Carmody.
Though her latest series is absolutely monstrous.

Isobelle Carmody? Please, for the love of God, don't mention her. Ever since I read Obernewtyn I have no trouble sleeping. Heck, it was the most boring book ever (too many characters, overused plot, etc.)

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9 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 11:17 am

Gary Xu wrote:
Jane.F wrote:
Gary Xu wrote:So far as I'm concerned, there isn't any good book around right now...
why not.
You need to look harder.
Try the old favourites like Isobelle Carmody.
Though her latest series is absolutely monstrous.

Isobelle Carmody? Please, for the love of God, don't mention her. Ever since I read Obernewtyn I have no trouble sleeping. Heck, it was the most boring book ever (too many characters, overused plot, etc.)
heh. You're a tough one.
I was only going by my friend's opinions. Haven't actually read it.
The size of it is already scary enough to look at.

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10 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 11:22 am

Jane.F wrote:
Gary Xu wrote:
Jane.F wrote:
Gary Xu wrote:So far as I'm concerned, there isn't any good book around right now...
why not.
You need to look harder.
Try the old favourites like Isobelle Carmody.
Though her latest series is absolutely monstrous.

Isobelle Carmody? Please, for the love of God, don't mention her. Ever since I read Obernewtyn I have no trouble sleeping. Heck, it was the most boring book ever (too many characters, overused plot, etc.)
heh. You're a tough one.
I was only going by my friend's opinions. Haven't actually read it.
The size of it is already scary enough to look at.

Size isn't all that matters...

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11 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 11:32 am

Gary Xu wrote:
Jane.F wrote:
Gary Xu wrote:
Jane.F wrote:
Gary Xu wrote:So far as I'm concerned, there isn't any good book around right now...
why not.
You need to look harder.
Try the old favourites like Isobelle Carmody.
Though her latest series is absolutely monstrous.

Isobelle Carmody? Please, for the love of God, don't mention her. Ever since I read Obernewtyn I have no trouble sleeping. Heck, it was the most boring book ever (too many characters, overused plot, etc.)
heh. You're a tough one.
I was only going by my friend's opinions. Haven't actually read it.
The size of it is already scary enough to look at.

Size isn't all that matters...
It usually doesn't matter, but that is really... O____O

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12 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 11:33 am

When a book is 1000 pages, you can be sure the author has simply too much to say and is incompetent because he/she cannot condense he/she's thoughts.

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13 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 11:38 am

Gary Xu wrote:When a book is 1000 pages, you can be sure the author has simply too much to say and is incompetent because he/she cannot condense he/she's thoughts.
That's a good point o.0

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14 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 11:41 am

Exactly...its just like Order of the P. 766 pages... Shocked

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15 Re: What Are you Reading? on Sun 16 Nov 2008, 12:24 pm

Ew Isobelle Carmody D:
^^" Sorry but i didnt even get through three chapters of those velvet covered books. It was so incredibly boring, but thats probably just me.

Well, i'm currently re-reading 'King of Shadows' (which to be honest i am only reading for it is a class novel) and its actually quite good, and yes, its about Shakespeare

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16 Re: What Are you Reading? on Mon 17 Nov 2008, 8:32 am

I have to do the boy in the striped pyjamas. AGAIN!
>.>
They can't ever get decent books that I haven't done before.
I did a novel study on Narnia.
My new english teacher sucks.
She's so nice to a point she teaches us nothing.
Whenever one of us does well, she thinks it's because
of her fabulous teaching skills.

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17 Re: What Are you Reading? on Mon 17 Nov 2008, 9:09 am

king of shadows is ok..
for a class book...
me && mao..
the queens of trashy novels...
glamour is ok..
gossip girl sucks.. tv show is heaps better...
hmmm
i like louise bagshawe...
Very Happy

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18 Re: What Are you Reading? on Mon 17 Nov 2008, 9:12 am

i want to finish reading 'fairy land' by paul blahblahblah


but its so damn comlicated

cat

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19 Re: What Are you Reading? on Mon 17 Nov 2008, 9:12 am

ooh..
pretty little liars is like awesome Very Happy
*sigh*...
i like twilight (:
but only twilight
yay... movie !
ooh..
i like carmen reid..
and te luxe is like ok...
*sigh*
too many books

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20 Re: What Are you Reading? on Mon 17 Nov 2008, 9:15 am

=.= We had to read 'The Giver' again which was dreadfully boring. (: Your English teacher reminds me of our science teacher.
ROFL Erica, 'Glamour' was v. good but i swear 'the Luxe' was really boring (though not as boring as those velvet book things D:)

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21 Re: What Are you Reading? on Mon 17 Nov 2008, 9:25 am

rofl...
hmmm...
i need new book to read..
any suggestions?
but like they cant be gay ones that i wouldnt read..
like stuff bout war shit..
they are gay...
like romance...trashy nevel etc
Very Happy

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22 Re: What Are you Reading? on Mon 17 Nov 2008, 9:29 am

LITTLE WOMEN.
Which reminds me, i still need to read 'catcher in the rye' -_-
Erica, read 'The curious case of Benjamin Button', it's v. good and has the most interesting plot line. Too bad its so short..

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23 Re: What Are you Reading? on Mon 17 Nov 2008, 9:47 am

yea..
maybe..
lol
catcher in the rye sounds gay Very Happy
ooh..
borrowing little women after you finish reading it for like the 2nd time !!!
psch
pretty cover stealer

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24 Re: What Are you Reading? on Mon 17 Nov 2008, 9:50 am

I didn't get it because it had a pretty cover -_- I got it because i tend to like books like 'Little Women'. I haven't the faintest idea what 'Catcher in the Rye' is about, but apparently its good so I'm going to try read it.

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25 Re: What Are you Reading? on Mon 17 Nov 2008, 10:02 am

lol
did you finish the mask of caliban
or however you spell...
oooh...
the four is on
going to watch...
tis good...
raymond lam is hot...
but hes kinda gay in this...
like hes in a friken wheelchair...
ok...
this is not related but w/e

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