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01-07-19 09:07 AM
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At the moment is the negotiator from the O'malley serie my favorite written by Dee Handerson.
At the moment is the negotiator from the O'malley serie my favorite written by Dee Handerson.
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Barathemos : It's weird. GG is one of my least favorite Leo movies but I loved the movie in general. It was one of my top 5 of 2013.

As for the book, I had to read it for English class many years ago and between the 4 books we read that year, it was my favorite
Barathemos : It's weird. GG is one of my least favorite Leo movies but I loved the movie in general. It was one of my top 5 of 2013.

As for the book, I had to read it for English class many years ago and between the 4 books we read that year, it was my favorite
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It's difficult for me to decide because I haven't read books (aside from a few manga issues) in a long time. My favorite book I read recently I suppose would be Issue 1 of Akira.
It's difficult for me to decide because I haven't read books (aside from a few manga issues) in a long time. My favorite book I read recently I suppose would be Issue 1 of Akira.
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01-19-19 09:26 PM
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My favorite book to read while I was growing up would be cirque du freak sons of destiny. It was the final book of a unique series of books focused on a war between vampires and the vampense. 
My favorite book to read while I was growing up would be cirque du freak sons of destiny. It was the final book of a unique series of books focused on a war between vampires and the vampense. 
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My favorite book series I have read is the Hannibal Lecter books: Red Dragon, Silence of the Lambs, and Hannibal (Never read Hannibal: Rising heard it wasn't very good). In "Red Dragon" I love how Thomas Harris gives the reader the protagonist and the antagonist and how he slowly develops each of them until the inevitable confrontation. In "Silence of the Lambs" the interactions between Clarice and Lecter are absolutely fascinating to read and I love how Clarice has to rely on Lecter to catch the killer. "Hannibal" I honestly don't remember too much about but I do remember enjoying it, though not as much as the first two novels.
My favorite book series I have read is the Hannibal Lecter books: Red Dragon, Silence of the Lambs, and Hannibal (Never read Hannibal: Rising heard it wasn't very good). In "Red Dragon" I love how Thomas Harris gives the reader the protagonist and the antagonist and how he slowly develops each of them until the inevitable confrontation. In "Silence of the Lambs" the interactions between Clarice and Lecter are absolutely fascinating to read and I love how Clarice has to rely on Lecter to catch the killer. "Hannibal" I honestly don't remember too much about but I do remember enjoying it, though not as much as the first two novels.
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Well, since it's the only book I've read in the last five years, probably Eleanor & Park. It was a good book no doubt about it, but I don't have a lot to compare it to. I really liked Lord of the Flies as a teenager though.
Well, since it's the only book I've read in the last five years, probably Eleanor & Park. It was a good book no doubt about it, but I don't have a lot to compare it to. I really liked Lord of the Flies as a teenager though.
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Honestly, I'd have to say The War of the Worlds, by H.G. Wells. I read it in 9th grade for school, and I didn't really appreciate it then, but since then I've re-read it a few times and have come to really love it. It's kind of dry, but it really showcases Wells' almost prophetic style of writing and his unique, droll wit. It really is a great book.
Honestly, I'd have to say The War of the Worlds, by H.G. Wells. I read it in 9th grade for school, and I didn't really appreciate it then, but since then I've re-read it a few times and have come to really love it. It's kind of dry, but it really showcases Wells' almost prophetic style of writing and his unique, droll wit. It really is a great book.
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My favourite book would probably be Wonder, I love it to pieces and the story moves me in a way that I am unfortunately unable to ever be able to fully express in words or even through the medium of talking. I is a great book and if I had to choose to read one book to read for the rest of my life, it would most definitely be that one.
My favourite book would probably be Wonder, I love it to pieces and the story moves me in a way that I am unfortunately unable to ever be able to fully express in words or even through the medium of talking. I is a great book and if I had to choose to read one book to read for the rest of my life, it would most definitely be that one.
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My favorite book is now Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Meltdown. I'm impressed at how fun it was to read and how funny it was for me, considering it's the 13th book in the series. I loved the storyline and the characters!
My favorite book is now Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Meltdown. I'm impressed at how fun it was to read and how funny it was for me, considering it's the 13th book in the series. I loved the storyline and the characters!
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