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21. November 2003, 14:32:14
Emne: Favorite Books
All The Left Behind Books

21. November 2003, 14:51:51
At last! Books only!

21. November 2003, 22:27:39
The Listener 
Enjoy all :·)

      ~ MS

25. November 2003, 06:04:38
cya peeps 
Emne: Ok, I don't read much fiction but I read many books.
But, a favorite ever was Watership Down (Adams) and The Shannara Series by Terry Brooks. Here's his web site

28. November 2003, 07:02:36
Emne: A Krakauer Cuisine-Equipoise to BigMac Moorer :-)
could be a tip for christmas - click here to check.

28. November 2003, 18:56:17
Does anyone know how I go about getting a book(s) valued? Preferably by photo/description on the net.

28. November 2003, 19:13:32
Too bad we can share the books as easily as we can talk about them lol

1. December 2003, 20:59:31
Emne: Dec 01, 1835
Hans Christian Andersen
published his first book of fairy tales.

1. December 2003, 21:25:15
The Listener 
How interesting! Thanks taurec :·)

2. December 2003, 08:09:21
Emne: Re:
Harley.. sometimes I go over to ebay and look it up there.. I know that is only one way.. and maybe not that reliable.. I will check around.. :)

5. December 2003, 14:27:32
Thanks, Scarlet. I go on ebay a lot, but I've never seen the books I want to value.

8. December 2003, 05:55:49
Does anyone read books by Bently Little? The first one that I read by him was The Association. I have been a fan ever since

8. December 2003, 11:33:49
I have recently read a book by Uri Geller. Dead Cold.

I was told by a few people that his books weren't very good etc etc... but this one was great! I couldnt put it down. I'll be trying some more of his and I'd recommend this book to everyone!

8. December 2003, 11:58:55
red dragon 
Did you bend the pages to keep your place?

8. December 2003, 12:01:11
LMAO!!! No, in his books the pages bend themselves!! Ha ha! :oD

(Don't you just hate that, when you get a book from the library and theres pages bent over!)

8. December 2003, 12:18:12
red dragon 
Emne: What's everyone reading at the moment?
I'm reading two books right now:
John Grisham - The Summons and
Terry Brooks - Running With the Demon.

I've just finished Merlin - Book 2 of the Pendragon cycle by Stephen Lawhead.

8. December 2003, 12:53:45
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
I Ble'r Aeth Haul y Bore? - Eirug Wyn,
A historical novel about the suffering of the Navaho Indians under the oppressive behaviour of the white man during the American Civil War in the mid-nineteenth century.

Dragonspell - Katharine Kerr.

8. December 2003, 13:14:21
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
Donald E. Westlake: Don't Ask

8. December 2003, 21:50:00
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
Dean Koontz - Strangers.

9. December 2003, 00:50:38
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
Stephen King: Wizard and Glass

9. December 2003, 01:34:59
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?

9. December 2003, 04:13:39
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
I'm reading TIMELINE by Michael Crichton. It's not great but I have to finish it.

9. December 2003, 09:29:39
farmer sam 
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
RED DRAGON by Thomas Harris

12. December 2003, 04:39:14
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
Blood and Gold by Anne Rice

13. December 2003, 02:45:39
Emne: some interesting shakespeare-research
can be found here on a british site.

19. December 2003, 11:23:37
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
The Lamp of the Wicked - Phil Rickman

The Knights Templar (a new history) - Helen Nicholson

19. December 2003, 11:34:18
Crybbe - Phil Rickman (fantastic read) and Anne Robinsons autobiography.

19. December 2003, 11:47:36
Anne Robinson: she wanted to put the Welsh into Room 101 didn't she?! LOL After reading the HOME board I think there's someone else that just might nominate them as well!!

Phil Rickman: I wonder what book Merrily Watkins is reading? ROFLMBO!

19. December 2003, 11:47:38
Jack Shirazi - Java Performance Tuning, 2nd edition

19. December 2003, 12:02:55
LOL @ Fencer!!! Don't you ever have a break from computers and programming?!!

Yeah, thats right, Bumblepants, she did! I'd forgotten about that!! What does she have against the Welsh anyway? Apart from the fact that you're a nation of hooligans and terrors!! (j/k!) Maybe I'll find out in her book!!

19. December 2003, 12:04:25
Oi! I'm English!

19. December 2003, 12:08:19
Yeah, an English hooligan!! ROFL!! (With strong Welsh connections!! Its rubbed off on you!!)

19. December 2003, 12:19:21
harley: Sure, next two weeks, starting today :-)

19. December 2003, 12:20:02
Do ewe think so, mun? Coo-al innit? LOL

19. December 2003, 12:26:47
Good for you Fencer, leave that book at home! LOL!

Ewe is a nutter, Squidgy-Bum. I can see where your daughter gets it from!

19. December 2003, 12:38:39
Take Bert Weedon's 'Play In A Day'! LOL

19. December 2003, 12:39:17
I will. But there is always a work that must be done and nobody else can do it.
And to be on-topic, I'm also reading "What is the worst that could happen?" by Donald E. Westlake.

19. December 2003, 12:42:39
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
Fantastic Voyage II:Destination Brain by Isaac Asimov which is not a continuation of the movie.

19. December 2003, 18:42:01
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
On the Road: Jack Kerouac &
Fear & Loathing in America: Hunter S Thompson

20. December 2003, 01:49:39
Merrily Watkins 
Emne: Re: What's everyone reading at the moment?
I'm NOT reading Phil Rickman or Will Kingdom at the moment! lol
I'm reading BLOW FLY by Patricia Cornwell.

20. December 2003, 11:23:58
Oh you really should, Merrily! :oDDD Phil Rickman is a great author, he was recommended to me and I would recommend him to everyone I know. I will definitely be buying more of his books, they're 'unputdownable'!

24. December 2003, 00:50:38
After that I think I will go read the dictionary to see if harley has coined a new word with 'unputdownable'

24. December 2003, 00:50:59

24. December 2003, 01:04:48
farmer sam 
Collins English Dictionary: 'unputdownable. adj. (of a book, esp. a novel) so gripping as to be read right through at one sitting.'

Oxford Concise Dictionary: 'unputdownable. a. (colloq.) (Of book) so engrossing that reader cannot put it down.'

24. December 2003, 02:35:06
That's a word? LOL

24. December 2003, 06:55:12
thank you sam i am always looking for ways to broaden my vocabulary

24. December 2003, 06:55:42
just goes to show that harley is smarter than i am

24. December 2003, 11:54:35
ROFL!! Hardly, MysTery! Its just one of those words that you hear once and it sticks because its so appropriate, and such a crazy word! I read a lot of books that are unputdownable! LOL!

24. December 2003, 12:16:31
It sort of flows off the tongue doesn't it? It's so descriptive!

24. December 2003, 14:39:27
I didn't realise it was in the dictionary, but it's certainly a word I'm lucky enough to be able to say that I've used a lot to describe books that I've read.
It's quite a common 'word' - in the UK anyway.

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