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May 9, 2008 modDB Book Club News 6 comments

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Getting Started at the Book Club

Nov 13, 2007 modDB Book Club News 0 comments

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Darth_grave
Darth_grave Jan 28 2012, 8:48am says:

i cant read anything i need a book with something i like somwthing i find entertaining,interesting and above all else at least 400 pages

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ElfFriend
ElfFriend Feb 4 2012, 3:50am replied:

Why? Got an annoying book talk? Well I know people that made up a book talk at the day of the presentation, they would make up: the title, plot, characters, #pages, and more during their speech.

But u could try reading the hobbit of the Eradon series. Those are good books...lots of battle and adventure.

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Darth_grave
Darth_grave Feb 9 2012, 7:57pm replied:

interesting

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SCΛRECROW
SCΛRECROW Oct 15 2011, 2:14am says:

Just got a copy of Matthew Reilly's "Scarecrow and the Army of Thieves"! I've been waiting for this book for a while, time to get reading! :P

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!!!karmenjell
!!!karmenjell Aug 5 2011, 6:54am says:

hi group. im currently wiping my arse with pages from "the power of positive thinking" by Norman Vincent Peale.

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Mularac
Mularac Jun 6 2011, 9:13pm says:

Now reading A Song of Ice and Fire series, by George R. R. Martin, like pretty much everyone else in the world. Though I can see why. Already blew through two of the books, and I have to say that this is one of the best series I've ever read.
I'd make a summary of the story, but there's no way to dumb down the story to do so. Plus, it's famous enough as it is.

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Mobius89
Mobius89 Jan 2 2011, 8:28am says:

Now reading Brisingr by Christopher Paolini. It's been a while since I read a Fantasy book for the last time and, in fact, it took some 80 pages to "accept" things that used to amaze me years ago (like magic and dragons). More importanly, I read Eragon and Eldest a long while ago... ergo, at the beginning I did not remember most of the names.

Things are fine now. Paolini's writing is quite good IMO and the translation into Italian is very fluid. I don't like accurate descriptions of violent things (it's kind of a forced way to make a book "cool"), but the rest is nice.

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bloodstalker
bloodstalker Dec 26 2010, 1:51am says:

there r other things too but i dont want to spoil them.
and other thing is the book was written a couple of decades ago and the books future is in 1990s.in 1990s we had androids and we lived on mars.he he ...
(supposed to be a reply.messed up again)

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Mobius89
Mobius89 Jan 2 2011, 8:24am replied:

The ending itself isn't bad, it's just that it isn't complete. Weird.

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bloodstalker
bloodstalker Jan 23 2011, 11:37pm replied:

u mean like one of those that u have to decide urself what happens in the end?

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