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Old 06-09-2007, 04:59 PM   #1
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I like Harry potter, any Jack Higgins books, true war stories like Band of brothers or Pegasus bridge, Steven Ambrose is an extraordinary writer and historian.
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Stephen King, James Herbert and Andy McNab
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Stephen King is great. I've recently gotten into Kurt Vonnegut.
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Stephen King is good and so are the films of his books like IT,The Dead Zone, Christine, Firestarter is fantastic, The Lawnmower man and The Shawshank Redemption another awesome author
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I like Harry potter, any Jack Higgins books, true war stories like Band of brothers or Pegasus bridge, Steven Ambrose is an extraordinary writer and historian.
I like harry potter and eragon, I watched the series of band of brothers
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I like harry potter and eragon, I watched the series of band of brothers
As you watched the series you should now read the book and then Pegasus Bridge.
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Stephen Ambrose is great. As for fiction books, anything by Tolkien or J.K. Rowling.
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Try dragonlance, if you like fantasy style. Margeriet wies and tracy hickman(not sure if thats spelled right) They are fairly good books I think. And artemis fowl was good, but that is for more of a younger reader, I think.
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Apart from HP and LotR, I read John Grisham. His novels are very engaging and interesting. Not too intellectual, but good for commutes.
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I don't read books.

I don't know why, when I try to I get sidetracked.
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