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Old July 28th, 2014, 12:50 pm
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Re: The most depressing book(s) you've read

Well I try not to read depressing books, I'm reading Game of Thrones at the moment, haven't seen the TV series so don't ruin it for me please! I thought I would read the book before I thought it would be worthy of watching.

Anyway, anyway, anyway, before I get too carried away, the most depressing book have ever read would have to be Angela's Ashes. To think that it actually happened, I haven't seen the movie. Frank McCourt, for him to have been through a tough Catholic Irish upbringing and made a career as an author and other professions and shows that anything is possible if you just believe,


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1984 by George Orwell.

It's downright scary seeing just how accurate some of what's in that book has become . Well worth the read though. The characterizations are good along with the writing itself as a whole.


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