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  1. #2351
    I just finished "Winter Dreams" by Fitzgerald.

    Do not recommend.

    Rich people love triangle told as a literary character piece of a man who goes from rags to riches. The emotional punch at the end seemed incredibly weak and unfounded for a "classic".

  2. #2352
    I Am Legend and a collection of H. P. Lovecraft's work.
    "Ammonia will disinfect sin."
    --adrianhayter

    "Art is life, just add bull****."
    --Chris Miller

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    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
    by Ken Kesey

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    I got half-way with that 'Jack Da Crow' memoir about a fruity prep school teacher rowing to the Black Sea from Bristol. I didn't like it, and didn't like the voice [shiver/shudder/prep school teacher jokes].

    Finally, and at last I began 'Storm of Steel,' Ernst Junger [translation 1929]. 'Ze Tommy is the manliest of war-fighting soldier. Chivalry iz Britisch.'

    After twenty pages this is a great book.

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    Lord of the Flies by William Golding
    My dream? Being able to enter people's hearts with words: giving emotions and dreams.
    JK Rowling (Harry Potter) has been rejected more than 10 times Remember, don't give up!
    Thank you all for the help you give me to improve my English.

  7. #2357
    Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

    an excellent novel

  8. #2358
    Quote Originally Posted by EternalGreen View Post
    Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

    an excellent novel
    Lol, same! She's a great character, isn't she? Where are you up to?

    Can you imagine being Charlotte Bronte and having that realisation, that 'holy crap, I can just ... write this in the first person as if it's an autobiography' moment.


    Hidden Content Monthly Fiction Challenge


    The first cut don't hurt at all
    The second only makes you wonder
    The third will have you on your knee
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    - Propaganda, "Duel"

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    Is this fire, or is this mask?
    It's the Mantasy!
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  9. #2359
    I finished it the other day. Coincidentally, I only went bought it because you recommended it on some thread.

  10. #2360
    Quote Originally Posted by EternalGreen View Post
    I finished it the other day. Coincidentally, I only went bought it because you recommended it on some thread.
    Lol, okay, that's cool. I am clearly a pretty slow reader


    Hidden Content Monthly Fiction Challenge


    The first cut don't hurt at all
    The second only makes you wonder
    The third will have you on your knee
    s
    - Propaganda, "Duel"

    *

    Is this fire, or is this mask?
    It's the Mantasy!
    - Anonymous








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