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Favorite Books?

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Joined: 2007-04-14

What are your favourite books...a few tech savvy books make my list but I can't call the name off the top of my head so I'll go with To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper was an awesome book in my opinion...although I only read it because I had to -

Joined: 2006-03-28
I mostly read Stephen King,

I mostly read Stephen King, just recently I finished "It".
Right now I stray away from King again, reading "Hannibal rising", since I also like the Lecter-series.

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Joined: 2005-12-20
Dune - Frank Herbert His

Dune - Frank Herbert
His Dark Materials - Phillip Pullman
The Communist Manifesto - Marx and Engles
Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
Sabriel - Garth Nix

I like these books for either their narrative, ideas, writting style or a mix of these.


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Joined: 2006-03-08
Douglas Adams - "The

Douglas Adams - "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" (all 5 parts of the trilogy)
J. R. R. Tolkien - The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, The Silmariallion (the films are crap and the video games even worse...)
Joanne K. Rowling - HPs 3, 4, 5 and 6
Aldous Huxley - Brave New World
Phillip Pullman - Northern Lights, The Amber Spyglass, The Subtle Knife (Somehow I didn't like the audio book version too much, but they were a joy to read)
Kerningham & Richie - The C Programming Language
Mark Pilgrim - Dive Into Python

and some German stuff to round it off:
the MADDRAX series
Klaus Kordon - Krokodil im Nacken

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Joined: 2007-04-23

Krokodil im Nacken. LOL :-)

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Joined: 2007-04-23

The White God(d)ess by Robert (Von Ranke) Graves.
The Forrest People by Colin Turnbull.

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