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  1. #151
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    Quote Originally Posted by harborboy View Post
    god is not great- hitchens. 10/10
    Pretty solid, but I like Dawkins' God Delusion better.

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    check out... lies my teacher told me
    LOVE that book. Set me on a course of great eye opening reading.

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    Man, I need something good to read. I know this thread is full of suggestions but any good Teen books somebody can recommend?
    "The Feed" Can't remember the author.

    Or anything by John Green...."Looking for Alaska" or "The Fault in Our Stars".


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    I just finished "The Girl who Plays With Fire, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest" I really enjoyed both especially the third.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    Pretty solid, but I like Dawkins' God Delusion better.



    LOVE that book. Set me on a course of great eye opening reading.



    "The Feed" Can't remember the author.

    Or anything by John Green...."Looking for Alaska" or "The Fault in Our Stars".




    I'm on the 3rd now. Can't quite get into it the way I did with the first 2 books for some reason.
    Read that and "Paper Towns" (also by John Green) in high school. I really enjoyed them because they felt more honest than most of the teen fiction in the high school library. Good books, but very depressing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TylerSL View Post
    Read that and "Paper Towns" (also by John Green) in high school. I really enjoyed them because they felt more honest than most of the teen fiction in the high school library. Good books, but very depressing.
    Yeah I was impressed. I'm far from a teen, but loved it. You should definitely read "The Fault in Our Stars" if you haven't. I think it might be his best...

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    The Last Best League. It's a must read for any die hard baseball fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    Yeah I was impressed. I'm far from a teen, but loved it. You should definitely read "The Fault in Our Stars" if you haven't. I think it might be his best...
    I haven't read it yet, but if I come across it I probably would. And just to clarify, I wasn't trying to say these books are only for teens. I'm a little older now, but I'm sure I would still enjoy them. In fact, I think they would make EXCELLENT movies with a good director/cast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TylerSL View Post
    I haven't read it yet, but if I come across it I probably would. And just to clarify, I wasn't trying to say these books are only for teens. I'm a little older now, but I'm sure I would still enjoy them. In fact, I think they would make EXCELLENT movies with a good director/cast.
    Movie rights for both "Looking for Alaska" and "The Fault in Our Stars" were bought. Sounds like TFIOS has the most traction right now though.

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    This isn't rating a book, but I just started reading Don Quixote.

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    I just started reading Dexter is Delicious.

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    Eaters of the Dead: 7.5/10



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    Just wrapped up a couple...

    The Kill Order 7/10 by James Dashner. The prequel(4th book) in the Maze Runner series. I enjoyed this book a lot for it's action and drama, but didn't add enough to the rest of the story I had read in the 3 other books.

    Unwind 8.2/10 by Neal Shusterman. A crazy concept...Life is inviolable from the moment of conception until age thirteen. Between the ages of thirteen and eighteen, however, parents can have their child "unwound," whereby all of the child's organs are transplanted into different donors, so life doesn't technically end.

    And now I'm reading Outpost by Ann Aguirre, which is the 2nd book in the Enclave series.

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    Game of Thrones: Clash of Kings 9/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by LionsFan..LOL View Post
    Eaters of the Dead: 7.5/10
    That's Crichton right? Think I read that in Middle School. Nasty stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fly View Post
    This isn't rating a book, but I just started reading Don Quixote.
    Super long, but an awesome read.

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    Ewing

    Just started reading Joe Hill's Heart Shaped Box yesterday. Joe Hill is actually Stephen King's son and the writing is similar although Hill's book seems to move at a faster pace. Anyway, it seems pretty cool. At this point i recommend it


    Also, i was wondering if maybe a book thread could be pinned on this forum. There is no book forum and i do think it would be nice to have a place to on here to get book recommendations.

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    the hobbit: 7/10. worst of the LOTR books, but not bad
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