11-23-2010 02:48 PM
I got no clue what any of that stuff is.
But best book I have read EVER would be A Child Called It. Just a amazing book, everybody should read it but it is not for the weak stomached or people that can't handle EXTREME child abuse since the point of the book is what happened to him as a kid and at the time it was the second most extreme case of child abuse in cali.
11-23-2010 02:50 PM
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11-23-2010 02:56 PM
My list of books:
To kill a mocking bird.
Of mice and men.
The whiperer in darkness.
At the mountains of madness.
The shadow out of time.
Diary of a young girl.
I have more but these are the ones I read the most.
I have seen the movie in English in Year 7. I remember not paying attention because it was Black & white (yes i was ignorant when young) but later on in the movie i tried paying attention and it had an amazing story. Would love to watch it again properly.
11-23-2010 03:03 PM
These are the books that are on my iPod that I'm in the process of reading.
Eclipses ~ George F. Chambers
Electricity and Magnetism ~ Elisha Gray
Lessons in Music Form ~ Percy Goetschius
Mysticism and Logic and Other Essays ~ Russel, Bertrand
The Einstein Theory of Relativity ~ H.A. Lorentz
The Rain Cloud ~ Charles Tomlinson
A Popular History of the Art of Music ~ W. S. B. Matthews
Yes, as I you can see I like to learn about new things and am less into Fiction novels, all of those I listed are Non-Fictitious.
11-23-2010 03:30 PM
My favorite book probably would be "Die Vermessung der Welt", written by Daniel Kehlmann (obviously a german book ). Translated it would mean "Measuring the world". It deals with Carl Friedrich Gauss and Alexander von Humboldt and their two different ways of taking the world's measure. Never have I read something that amazing, really.
Oh, and right now I'm reading the Divine Comedy on my iPod. Also really nice, but not easy to read^^
11-23-2010 04:44 PM
I mainly read crime / thriller books - I particulary like the authors; Karin Slaughter, Karen Rose, Linwood Barclay, Harlan Coban, Dan Brown etc. At the moment I have just started reading Jeffery Deaver's Roadside Crosses. I also like authors from other genre's such as J.K.Rowling, Malorie Blackman, Alice Sebold etc.