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Posted: 06:07PM Dec 23, 2011
Asha14Aus
Posts: 463

The New Testemant of the Bible. I'm in Mark.

Romans 6:23 For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Posted: 12:55AM Dec 31, 2011
LogicalRogerAus
Posts: 3306

I've recently finished a 20 hour audiobook of Uncle Tom's Cabin. It was okay. There were some good parts in it, but there was a lot of glurge in it. Though some of what it says about equality is quite relevant, many points seem a bit odd for modern audiences, I feel.

I'm also reading The Hobbit.


Why didn't the Libertarian cross the road?
Posted: 10:31AM Dec 31, 2011
dolphingurl12Aus
Posts: 5506

The Heart is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers

Writing is the only thing that, when I do it, I don't feel I should be doing something else. - Gloria Steinem
Posted: 12:33PM Dec 31, 2011
4wheelsAus
Posts: 4388

The Stand by Stephen King

I'm on Braingle far too long, I stay on the computer from dusk to dawn. Playing games and chatting with friends, the novelity of it never ends.
Posted: 05:58PM Dec 31, 2011
xxsoftballxx13xAus
Posts: 523

I Am America (And So Can You!) ~ Stephen Colbert

"Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened."
Posted: 11:07PM Jan 16, 2012
InvasiveTuba*us
Posts: 33

War Horse

I saw the movie and decided to read the book
Posted: 11:56PM Jan 16, 2012
LogicalRogerAus
Posts: 3306

Hiroshima

Why didn't the Libertarian cross the road?
Posted: 08:51AM Jan 17, 2012
4wheelsAus
Posts: 4388

The Chamber John Grishm

I'm on Braingle far too long, I stay on the computer from dusk to dawn. Playing games and chatting with friends, the novelity of it never ends.
Posted: 03:46PM Jan 17, 2012
celticheroAus
Posts: 809

Fight Club

Chuck Palahniuk


I'm just an ordinary average guy with nothing to lose.
Posted: 09:53PM Jan 17, 2012
SneakattackAus
Posts: 1056

A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving

What are you looking at?
Posted: 08:53AM Jan 18, 2012
ka-ching*
Posts: 674

That book was positively amazing when I read it, even though at the time, the content was far beyond my realm of comfort.

A Girl of the Limberlost by Gene Porter. Surprisingly relatable so far. haha
Posted: 10:33AM Jan 21, 2012
horrordude0215Aus
Posts: 64

A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Bad Beginning.

I absolutely LOVE this series. I was cleaning out my closet a while back and I found a few of the books. I then went out and bought the first one so I can reread them all.
Posted: 05:08PM Jan 23, 2012
xxsoftballxx13xAus
Posts: 523

I just looked up on my desk to see which volume that book was. I was pretty sure it was the first one, but wasn't completely. They are a great read, and I will probably re-read them once or twice in my lifetime.

I am currently reading a Dale Carnegie book for a course for the Next Generation...


"Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened."
Posted: 01:51PM Feb 1, 2012
4wheelsAus
Posts: 4388

Off Season It is by a Barbra someone I forgot the last name

Wonders of the World. I like that book. It is about all the National parks around all seven continents. It has photos of them and talks about what makes them unique

Taste of Homes "Brand Name Recipes of 2003" I am trying to help my mom find some new dinner ideas

And a book of poems.


I'm on Braingle far too long, I stay on the computer from dusk to dawn. Playing games and chatting with friends, the novelity of it never ends.
Posted: 06:43PM Feb 9, 2012
babyjuice*
Posts: 487

Rereading the Narnia series. A classic no one seems to like except me...
Posted: 08:39PM Feb 9, 2012
horrordude0215Aus
Posts: 64

babyjuice wrote:
Rereading the Narnia series. A classic no one seems to like except me...


I read those when I was younger, before the movies were issued. Good books, although I only LOVED Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe and the Magician's Nephew
Posted: 10:16AM Feb 15, 2012
dolphingurl12Aus
Posts: 5506

About A Boy by Nick Hornby

When I have time anyway. I spent all my teen years in a stupid town with a lame library, but all the time in the world to read. Now I'm next to an amazing eight story library, but I have no time to read anything non-school related.


Writing is the only thing that, when I do it, I don't feel I should be doing something else. - Gloria Steinem
Posted: 10:33PM Feb 20, 2012
NooDLESrAMAZiNG*
Posts: 470

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society-- just finished this book, and I loved it. Doesn't sound very captivating, but don't judge a book by it's cover

The man who does not read good books, does not have any advantage over the man that cannot read.
Posted: 04:35AM Feb 27, 2012
twb123Ain
Posts: 1

Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace. Reading it currently though the amount of pages is making me not wanna read the book lol
Posted: 02:10PM Feb 27, 2012
jancsiAus
Posts: 27

just got done reading Brian Jacques Castways of the Flying Dutchman.i loved it. i want more.

Yoshi said"Give me apples."I said no.Yoshi ate me.
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