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Getting Started at the Book Club

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Darth_grave
Darth_grave

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

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

interesting

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SCΛRECROW
SCΛRECROW

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

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

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

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

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

Finished "I più grandi eventi meteorologici della Storia" by Paolo Corazzon (I doubt this book's been translated into English, though, so ignore it) and started "LCSI: Morte sulla Luna" by Steven Harper (original name of the book: "Dead Man on the Moon"). It's rather fluid, I like it.

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Mobius89
Mobius89

Done. As I said it's rather fluid and interesting, without too much sci-fi and descriptions on it.

It's rather disturbing, however, how the book... ends. Well, in theory it ends, but in really it's almost as if there's one less chapter there. What happens to all protagonists, even in the short term? Who knows.

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bloodstalker
bloodstalker

disturbing as in u cant eat or disturbing as in having a crappy ending?

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Mobius89
Mobius89

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

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bloodstalker
bloodstalker

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

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