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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby Guess_Who » Sep 22nd, '14, 14:17

14? he is 30, I don't think he minds that I say this.

I used to read a lot as well, I just needed to read every night before sleeping, I stopped some years ago. Actually when I started to live with my bf.

Great Expectations was the last book that I read, and one by Eduard Punset, I love scientific books.
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby Trimss » Sep 22nd, '14, 16:26

Guess_Who wrote:14? he is 30, I don't think he minds that I say this.

I used to read a lot as well, I just needed to read every night before sleeping, I stopped some years ago. Actually when I started to live with my bf.

Great Expectations was the last book that I read, and one by Eduard Punset, I love scientific books.


I read Great Expectations recently too and I liked it a lot. I read a lot of El Quijote too, also read Lazarillo de Tormes and Don Juan :happy:
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby Guess_Who » Sep 22nd, '14, 17:35

Trimss wrote:I read a lot of El Quijote too, also read Lazarillo de Tormes and Don Juan :happy:


Really?? :y: I'm surprised to be honest. I thought (almost) noone read them outside Spain.

I must admit that I didn't enjoy El Quijote, maybe because it was one of those books I read forced in the school, and was examined about it over and over again, and I actually think it can be something bored to read at that age.

There is a book that it is great actually, it's called The little prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. It has also some great quotes : " All grown-ups were once children... but only few of them remember it.”

“Of course I’ll hurt you. Of course you’ll hurt me. Of course we will hurt each other. But this is the very condition of existence. To become spring, means accepting the risk of winter. To become presence, means accepting the risk of absence.”

It can look like a book for kids, but it's actually not, if you read between lines.
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby Trimss » Sep 22nd, '14, 18:30

I had spanish litterature lol also read Misericordia and short novels such as El Celeso extremeño and other Cervantes/Lope de Vega short novels. Oh and Fuente Ovejuna too!

And of course I know little prince too :happy:
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby CrashBand » Sep 23rd, '14, 00:03

to kill a mockingbird is potentially my favourite book
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby Fleka » Oct 9th, '14, 09:54

Started reading The Silence of the Lambs by T. Harris. I`m curious to see Dr. Lecter`s character in the book. Anthony Hopkins was epic in the movie.
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby mdemaz » Oct 9th, '14, 13:45

Matilda is a fun book to read, even if you don't like children's books.
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby SajN » Oct 9th, '14, 13:52

mdemaz wrote:Matilda is a fun book to read, even if you don't like children's books.

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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby Fleka » Nov 17th, '14, 07:12

1984. It makes you think.
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby NextEpisode » Nov 17th, '14, 15:03

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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby Solace » Nov 17th, '14, 15:34

SajN wrote:
mdemaz wrote:Matilda is a fun book to read, even if you don't like children's books.

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Yeah

Roald Dahl >>>>
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby DƎRDYPK » Nov 17th, '14, 16:34

GOOSEBUMPS
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby Chazi » Nov 17th, '14, 16:38

DƎRDYPK wrote:GOOSEBUMPS

my favorite books of all time :wub:
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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby DƎRDYPK » Nov 17th, '14, 16:49

Chazi wrote:
DƎRDYPK wrote:GOOSEBUMPS

my favorite books of all time :wub:

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Re: Book Recommendations

Postby Atone » Nov 17th, '14, 17:00

i used to have like, 20 of them goosebump books, damn, i need to go buy them all again, fuck it, if my uncle sends birthday money i'm using it to buy all the Goosebump books
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