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free fallin(The Sorrow)
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PostSubject: Books   Wed Mar 17, 2010 2:41 pm

Anybody here like books........My two favorite books are evolution cruncher and Brothers in battle,best of friends....

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PostSubject: Re: Books   Wed Mar 17, 2010 3:21 pm

I am a big fan of reading. Probably why I spend most of my time in the library I love reading wrestler's autobiographies I recently read both Jericho's, Bret Hart's and the rise and fall of ECW. I will soon finish reading my Rey Mysterio autobiography I got it for christmas but still have not finished reading it.
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PostSubject: Re: Books   Wed Mar 17, 2010 3:22 pm

I like the idea of books. Pretty much most books don't appeal to me at all or in the slightest so I don't end up reading much. Manga, if you count it, I've read for quite a bit but I've kind of stopped buying. Also, not to interested in reading those off the internet for some reason.

For favorites, geez, I guess I'd go with Jericho's. His was an entertaing read pretty much all the way through. I got Eddie's, so I'll probably start reading that in a month or so. Depends, I never really get around to doing something right away, I actually should be doing one of my two Honors Geometry take-home-tests, right now. The sixth Harry Potter book was also pretty entertaining. The other two I read (five and seven) wasn't too thrilling so I won't be reading those.

I have two more notes that I would like to add. One being, that the Twilight series is awful. Movie-wise (which I've seen small portions of due to it being played in my English class last year) and book-wise. Oh, and I did start reading the first one (it didn't appeal to me, but I'm not bashing something without giving it a fair fight), and it put me to sleep. Only few school stories do that, which brings me to my next note. In nineth grade, I manage to get a three point five GPA (B+, A, A-, B[+]) in English class (not sure what it was or is counting all my classes) without ever fully reading the major books. One or two times, I didn't even read any of the book. I always enjoyed being able to pull that off. I don't want to seem like an egotist, so I'm going to stop here.
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PostSubject: Re: Books   Wed Mar 17, 2010 3:59 pm

yeah i agree its hard to read a book off the internet....hard on my eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Books   Wed Mar 17, 2010 5:16 pm

Oh how long it's been since I recreationally read a book...

Going way back, I was a fan of Stephen King, so I guess something like The Shining.
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PostSubject: Re: Books   Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:27 pm

My favorite author is Lee Child and I read about 1 book a week. Right now I am reading Time Green's False Conviction and I recently finished Dan Brown's Lost Symbol.
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