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    Hello there, I wanted to know the 3 books you like the most.
    Mine are

    The Perfume - by patrick Suskind
    Carmilla - by Joseph Sheridan Lephanu
    Martian Chronicles - by Ray Bradbury

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    Lord Of the Rings
    Wheel of times
    American Psycho

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    LOTR is on my fav list too, but its so huge I would have to use muy 3 best books to list it he he

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    where the red fern grows
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    the power and the glory - graham greene
    leviathan - paul auster
    the trial - franz kafka

    spring to mind right now




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    Well, LOTR is divided into 3 books, so why not?

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    Just For Fun: A Story Of An Accidental Revolutionary

    It's the only important book I ever read, but the best? I dunno, it's up there.

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    Franz Kafka has pretty good books, the book I liked the most of him was the metamorphosis... The morning I woke up after reding it, first thing I did was to check if I only had 2 legs he he he...

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    Rainbow Six - Tom Clancy
    The Wheel of Time (8 books and still going) - Robert Jordan
    Salem's Lot - Stephen King
    Without Remorse - Tom Clancy
    most books by David Eddings

    all these books i've read at least twice...
    [Edited by phlegm_thrower on 09-01-2002 at 02:21 AM]

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    deadeye dick - kurt v.
    on the road - jack k.
    suburban nation - nonfiction that will change how you see the world around you...

    only 3, that's unpossible

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    Yeah, I was thinking the same he he.... ok, lets change oit to your favourite books, no limit he he

    Then I can add:
    Any book from HP Lovecraft
    Frankenstein - Mary Shelley (the original version, not the movie based)
    Christine - Stephen king
    The Baskerville's Hound - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    and so on....


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    one of the most important books i have ever read- evasion
    right up next to that- days of war, nights of love
    go to http://www.crimethinc.com

    also the jungle by upton sinclair (sp?) is very good

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    1 - The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R.Tolkien
    2 - Charlie and the Chocalte Factory by Roal Dahl
    3 - Heads and Tales by Barry Tutt
    I think they're the only books I've ever read.

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    my 3 books are listed but i want to learn more about the books you read because i have some time to read books nowadays. and i don't know what to read.


    Hichhikers Guide to The Galaxy (Douglas Adams)
    This book gives answer to the ultimate question of life, universe and everything.

    Shibumi (Trevenian)
    a SPECIAL agent's tales.
    He has lots of talents and one of his talent is: he can feel if someone is trying to take his photograph, he moves instantly so the photo becomes blurred.

    Dune (Frank Herbert)
    How a religion can came into existence and so...
    The sory passes at an other planet but it poits to earth.
    writer lived at desert for 12 years and wrote this series of books.

    They are the best.

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    Franz Kafka has pretty good books, the book I liked the most of him was the metamorphosis... The morning I woke up after reding it, first thing I did was to check if I only had 2 legs he he he...
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    once i had same feeling too... but other books of kafka seriously bored me.

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    Fight Club (long before the film) - Chuck Palanuik
    Mr Nice - Howard Marks autobiography
    Fingerprints of the Gods - Graham Hancock

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    Originally posted by nightwish
    The Baskerville's Hound - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    I always thought it was called 'The Hound of Baskervilles' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Isn't it a Sherlock Holmes?

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    Originally posted by Olly K
    Originally posted by nightwish
    The Baskerville's Hound - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    I always thought it was called 'The Hound of Baskervilles' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Isn't it a Sherlock Holmes?
    it is, and yes you are correct

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    Havent read a lot of books in my time, but The Firm by John Grisham was excellent. The reader races thru the last 100 pages! Thats what its all about.

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    In no particular order

    Hannibal - Thomas Harris
    The Firm - John Grisham
    Catch Me If You Can - Frank W. Abagnale

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