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3 Books You Must Have In Your Library


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  • Rookie Kori Haffmun (5/30/2009 8:43:00 PM) Post reply
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    3 awesome manga/manhwa if any one is intrested.
    1. MoonBoy
    2. Immortal Rain
    3. Zombie Loan

  • Rookie Beth Haworth (5/27/2009 9:16:00 AM) Post reply

    Classic: Wuthering Heights (Emily Bronte)
    Children's: Blood Ties (Sophie McKenzie)
    Book You Don't Expect To Be Any Good But Actually Is: Songbird (Josephine Cox)

  • Rookie Omar Ibrahim (5/27/2009 12:44:00 AM) Post reply | Read 2 replies

    (great expectations) by (charles dickens)
    (mozart) by (eric blom)
    (MUSIC an appreciation) by (roger kamien)

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    • Rookie Bonnie Shipman (12/23/2012 5:00:00 PM) Post reply

      Okay, I agree. Great Expectations is an incredible book. My favorite character and scene is Wemmick, " accidentally" getting married.

    • Rookie A . (8/14/2009 9:09:00 AM) Post reply

      Great Expectations? Why? : ( What you like about it?

  • Rookie - 0 Points Angelic Warrior (5/26/2009 3:37:00 PM) Post reply

    labyrinth-Kate Moss
    Watership down-Richard Adams
    The will off the empress-Tamara Pierce

  • Rookie Rachel Brewer (5/26/2009 1:42:00 PM) Post reply

    Black Magic Woman - by Justin Gustainis
    Urban Shaman - by C.E.Murphy
    Embrace The Night - by Karen Chance

  • Rookie - 3 Points Emily Oldham (5/10/2009 1:01:00 PM) Post reply | Read 2 replies

    Any Philippa Gregory, they're all good!
    Complete works of William Shakespeare- especially Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet
    Watership Down by Richard Adams
    and practically every single book ever written! How are we supposed to pick just 3, it's impossible!

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    • Rookie - 3 Points Neil Young (5/17/2009 2:04:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

      Well, you can rule out best sellers and all those awful paperback fiction items. Oh and those books that tell you you can change your life. Narrows it down a bit, I think.

    • Rookie - 3 Points Maddii-Angel O'Leary (5/11/2009 7:26:00 PM) Post reply

      Has anyone read the Aneta Blake books they are awsome

  • Rookie Brittany Gale (5/9/2009 8:14:00 PM) Post reply

    Dangerous Angels- The Weetzie Bat Books- Francesca Lia Block
    A Prayer for Owen Meany- John Irving
    I Know This Much is True- Wally Lamb

  • Rookie - 40 Points Bullion Grey (5/3/2009 9:31:00 PM) Post reply

    100 Things Every Writer Needs to Know by Scott Edelstein
    Is a really helpful book for any type of written communication.
    Covers many things from getting inspired to finding your voice to breaking writers block to getting your work sold....about $5 on Amazon used/paperback.
    BG

  • Rookie - 12 Points Neil Young (5/1/2009 6:10:00 AM) Post reply

    1. Dictionary Of Modern English Usage - Fowler (We all need this sometimes, ahem!)

    2. The Ode Less Travelled - Stephen Fry - A must if you seriously consider yourself a poet.

    3. One Hundred Great Books In Haiku - David Bader A book that covers 100 classic titles in the form of Haiku poems. This is ideal for those who lead busy lives or have short attention spans.

  • Rookie - 40 Points Bullion Grey (4/19/2009 12:19:00 PM) Post reply

    Just one more if you please? ....
    The book: Strange Brains and Genius by Clifford A. Pickover is also highly recommended by many including myself. In this work, the author covers about 200 years of scientific history of creative’s. Well worth the price, (used $5) , where he covers things like the forefather of electric circuit designer Oliver Heaviside (the worm man from Devonshire) , who only drank milk for days on end as food. He shares this strangeness with others of creative intensity like Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla. (Tesla had enormous thumbs and loved pigeons - yet had horror of woman’s pearls) ....Tesla was the first of many to be called the Pigeon Man of Manhattan. Often tragic figures that are responsible for the many things we enjoy today, he records in this work so many unusual with sometimes comic quirks. A great study of the connection between genius and madness as well as cryonics, and where Einstein's brain is at today! lol
    The Fly man of Galway, Richard Kirwan of Ireland,1733-1812 who had an obsessive hate of flies. Yet brought about many breakthroughs in science, Mineralogy, geology among others. He is even one who started the forecasting of weather, and metaphysics. Truly a read artists will enjoy as I and learn from.
    BG

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