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Phoenix_22 Advanced Member

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#11 15 years ago

As a matter of fact, i DID read it. I have the book in my room, would you like me to scan it for you? No, i refuse to do it anyway.




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#12 15 years ago

[color=DarkOrange]Seeing as LOTR is the only one I liked out of half of them ( havn't read them all ). I agree with where it's at.[/color]




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#13 15 years ago
Phoenix_22As a matter of fact, i DID read it. I have the book in my room, would you like me to scan it for you? No, i refuse to do it anyway.

i like the books better, though the movies are good they cannot be compared to the books IMO




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#14 15 years ago

I didn't like the hitchhikers guide to the galaxy much.But I've only read about half of those.




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#15 15 years ago
elrosi like the books better, though the movies are good they cannot be compared to the books IMO

So did I, I always find the books to be better than the movies. For example, The Hunt for Red October is a good film, but the book is a lot better with a lot more action and detail than the film. I've found this to be true with many book/movie combinations.

As for the list, I've read 5 of those books: LotR, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, To Kill a Mockingbird, Nineteen Eighty-Four and Winnie The Pooh and agree with their placement on that list. I'm adding a few of the other books to my 'list of things to read' which so far includes Moby-Dick, Oliver Twist, Gulliver's Travels, L'Étranger, Les Misérables and a few more.




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#16 15 years ago

I have read these from the top ten:

1. The Lord of the Rings, JRR Tolkien 2. Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen 3. His Dark Materials, Philip Pullman 4. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams 5. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, JK Rowling 6. To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee 8. Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell

I read about 4 of them for school reports but the others I read at home. I think Catch-22 should have been in the top ten instead of Jane Eyre, but I havn't read Jane Eyre - just going off the program they broadcasted on it.




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#17 15 years ago
ProGamerI didn't like the hitchhikers guide to the galaxy much.But I've only read about half of those.

Really? I think the Hitch-hikers Guide is a brilliant book. Some of the funniest things ever written is in those books. Douglas Adams was a great man.




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#18 15 years ago

Yeah The Hitchikers' Guide to the Galaxy was a brilliant series! I laughed my ass off when I first read it. Has anyone read the last book in the series (unfinished) - "Mostly Harmless"? I have.




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