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    Quote Originally Posted by superdave
    someone did suggest reading king...maybe i will read this one too.

    http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y22...01/443648h.jpg

    The book was much better than the movie.

    Different Seasons is another good King book.
    It got turned into three movies.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Echod16
    I highly recommend Watership Down
    I could never get into that book. But i did read it in 7th grade so.

    I also read "Enders Game" that year which i would highley suggest, as well as it's sequal "Speaker for the Dead"




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    Quote Originally Posted by PatMaGroin
    What are A Boy Named It and Watership Down about?
    Watership Down is an adventure story about a group of rabbits fleeing their home due to a hunch by one of the younger rabbits that their home is going to be destroyed. It is very much not a kids book. Even the animated movie was graphic and dark. It's my 3rd favorite book ever, behind LotR and Hitchhiker's Guide.




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    Rereading the whole freaking Dune series, canon stuff by Frank Herbert and the fan-fic that they call the Dune prequels.




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    Quote Originally Posted by stormrage112345
    Rereading the whole freaking Dune series, canon stuff by Frank Herbert and the fan-fic that they call the Dune prequels.

    Chapterhouse: Dune was the best of the entire thing.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Ev_
    Watership Down is an adventure story about a group of rabbits fleeing their home due to a hunch by one of the younger rabbits that their home is going to be destroyed. It is very much not a kids book. Even the animated movie was graphic and dark. It's my 3rd favorite book ever, behind LotR and Hitchhiker's Guide.

    Brian Jacques writes books similar to Watership Down, quite violent and war-filled books from the perspective of intelligent critters. Also very well written, and very fun to read. He's very descriptive, because he writes for blind kids.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Ev_
    Watership Down is an adventure story about a group of rabbits fleeing their home due to a hunch by one of the younger rabbits that their home is going to be destroyed. It is very much not a kids book. Even the animated movie was graphic and dark. It's my 3rd favorite book ever, behind LotR and Hitchhiker's Guide.
    Yay, finally a straight answer, thank you much Ev.

    Any clues on A Boy Named It?




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    I recently finished Neil Gaiman's American Gods. It's a really good book, and I do recommend it, if nothing else for the random searching for mythological and folklore references.

    I'm currently reading Dan Simmon's Hyperion on the recommendation of a friend. It seems pretty good so far, being some weird cross between a "river" novel a la Huckleberry Finn, and the Canterbury Tales.




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    A Child Called It is a great book, not a tough read(I read it in 6th grade) but it shows how horrible abuse is.

    I recommend the Ender's Game Series, I love those things.

    If you are looking for a bit of philosophy with science thrown in The Cambridge Quintet is excellent. My math teacher gave it to me to read over break, I couldn't put it down.




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    Currently I am reading Smoke and Shadows by Tanya Huff..and enjoying it very much.




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