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#1 15 years ago

This is like the thread qotsa posted...but different because i didn't limit to lotr and any of those other books. So what is your favorite novel(s) of all time? Mine Are: Roosevelt's Secret War by Joseph E. Persico All books written by Stephen Ambrose Traitors Among Us by Col. Stuart A. Herrington The Conquerors by Michael Beschloss, The Homecoming Series(5 novels) by Orson Scott Card The Lions of Lucerne by Brad Thor. The Redwall Series(12 books in all) by Brian Jacques Has anyone else here read any of these books/series that i posted?




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#2 15 years ago

[color=red]i ahvent read any of what you posted, but my favorite novel of all time has to be Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six

it's an awsome book that spawned an awsome game seriese too.[/color]




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#3 15 years ago
Pvt_Zab The Redwall Series(12 books in all) by Brian Jacques

sorry, but the 16th Redwall book was just released. Catch up man. lol DUNE by Frank Herbert Anything by Orson Scott Card (lol) some other stuff




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#4 15 years ago

Doesn't matter. Redwall sux anyways :p




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#5 15 years ago

the dune series- frank herbert the fionavar tapestry- guy gavriel kay his dark materials trilogy- philip pullman white oleander- janet fitch the perks of being a wallflower- steven chbosky the god of small things- arundhati roy




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#6 15 years ago

Giovanni's List :deal:

Lord of the Flies (by William Golding) Brave New World (by Aldous Huxley) The Boys from Brazil (by Ira Levin) 1984 (by George Orwell) Just about any H.P. Lovecraft or Edgar Allan Poe novel The Shining and The Stand (by Stephen King) Dracula (by Bram Stoker) Indigo (by Graham Joyce) Weaveworld (by Clive Barker) Anything by H.G. Wells, Isaac Asimov or Douglas Adams (But especially Wells’ The War Of The Worlds) Discworld (by Terry Pratchett) Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit (by J.R.R. Tolkien) And Dune (by Frank Herbert) I cant believe I forgot to mention him in the other thread :uhm:

My next project is to read My Life as a Child Soldier (by China Keitetsi) its supposed to be rather touching :uhm:

Regards, Giovanni




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#7 15 years ago
SolarFlaresorry, but the 16th Redwall book was just released. Catch up man. lol DUNE by Frank Herbert Anything by Orson Scott Card (lol) some other stuff

lol...i haven't read a redwall in awhile..anyways im more into military books now...thanks for the info...i may just have to get the 4 ive missed.




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#8 15 years ago

[color=red]i've read War of The Worlds! it kicked ass!

and theres this one book i read...i can't remember what it was called...its like 20somehting and this big thing is detecded out in our solar system heading this way and they send out this ship to look at it, and they get inside and its thins huge thing and everything is done in 3's and there are these robot things that clean stuff up and a big ocean in teh center that goes all around the things circular shape.

i wish i could remember what it was called...i loved that book :cry:[/color]




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#9 15 years ago
CorToSiSRoSETom Clancy's Rainbow Six

That is my fav too. I must have read it 20 times. I also like London by Edward Rutherford




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#10 15 years ago

Tom Clancy books area always pretty good also.