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    I might look in to Demonata, from the preview I read in the Darren Shan books it seems to be interesting. Also Animorphs is pretty good (but it's not horror, and I forget the authors name). I love anything written by R.L. Stine. The Fear Street series is absolutely brilliant! The spinoffs of Fear Street are also epic (like Fear Street sagas, which goes back to when Simon Fear was alive), but they are a little too gorey for my taste.

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    If anyones from the UK two good autobiographys to read are Roy Keans and Brian Cloughs. Both are a good read.


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    Demonata is a definite good read
    And Jeremy clarksons books are amazing aswell
    Ive only read prepare to re riled though

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    Your looking for the sons of destiny and lord of the sahdows
    Those were the best in the series
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple Guy
    Demonata is a definite good read
    And Jeremy clarksons books are amazing aswell
    Ive only read prepare to re riled though

    Oh and zorro
    Your looking for the sons of destiny and lord of the sahdows
    Those were the best in the series
    Better than the first three?
    Edit: Apple, are you a fan of horror? If you are, then pick up R.L. Stine's novels. It doesn't matter which one though, they lack continuity.
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    Whats everyones most embarassing book they have read?

    For me its got to be Bridget Jones Diary the second book i think it was. I never watched the films and it was only because i was waiting for the water to heat up for a shower that i started to read it. And oddly it was a good book.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Whoops
    Whats everyones most embarassing book they have read?

    For me its got to be Bridget Jones Diary the second book i think it was. I never watched the films and it was only because i was waiting for the water to heat up for a shower that i started to read it. And oddly it was a good book.
    Chicken Soup for the Soul. If seen reading that at school, I'd probably die of embarrassment (the people I know are immature, and the cover isn't exactly "manly", lol). But it helps with stress, so meh.

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    Although I enjoyed Cell, I felt as if it was too much like The Birds. In a way it was the exact same thing.

    But still a good book.

    (I haven't read too many books as of late though)


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    I highly recommend the following,

    Flowers for Algernon, Daniel Keyes
    East of Eden, John Steinbeck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skorp
    I highly recommend the following,

    Flowers for Algernon, Daniel Keyes
    East of Eden, John Steinbeck
    Ender's Game, Orson Scott Card
    The Counte of Monte Cristo, Alexander Dumas

    The remake of The Counte of Monte Cristo was brilliant it was a really well done film.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Whoops
    The remake of The Counte of Monte Cristo was brilliant it was a really well done film.
    One of my favorite movies, but the book is sooo much better, I shit you not.

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