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Old March 12th, 2008, 2:36 pm
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hardly anyone ever knows this book, but I absolutely love it! It's the sort I think I could read over and over and see something new every time. Of course Perelandra is amazing as well!
Oh, I love Till We Have Faces. It is Lewis's most subtle work of fiction, I think. It's a beautiful book. And so interesting that he writes from a woman's POV because a lot of Lewis's characterisations of women are ... ... He dedicated the book to his wife, Joy.

Perelandra is fabulous, and really should be in my top ten!

But I ran out of room.


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Old March 12th, 2008, 5:07 pm
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@Kala_Way and Pearl_Took: I have also got this book at home. I still have to read it though.

Otherwise my list of favourite books is a sfollows:

1.) Stein und Flöte (Stone and Flute in English) by Hans Bemmann
2.) Massimo Battisti by Hans Bemmann
3.) Die Gärten der Löwin by Hans Bemmann
4.) The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis
5.) The Harry Potter books by J. K. Rowling
6.) Lord of the Rings trilogy by J. R. R. Tolkien
7.) Stern der Brüder by Hans Bemmann
8.) Beschädigte Göttin (Broken Goddess in English) by Hans Bemmann
9.) Erwins Badezimmer oder die Gefährlichkeit der Sprache bei Hans Bemmann
10.) The Angélique series by Anne and Serge Golon

but lots of other stuff as well, including classic literature!


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Old March 15th, 2008, 1:18 am
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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

Top Ten books? OK:


10) Little Women
9) Eragon-Christopher Paolini
8)The Chronicles of Narnia- C.S.Lewis
7)The hunting of the last Dragon-Sherryl Jordan
6)Noughts and Crosses- Malorie Blackman
5)Inkheart - Cornelia Funke
4)Abhorsen - Garth Nix
3)Sabriel - Gath Nix
2) The Lord of the rings - J.R.R.Tolkien
1) The Harry Potter Books - J.K.Rowling


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hmmm....toughie!

in no particular order: Harry Potter (of course), Pendragon (who doesn't love Bobby Pendragon? seriously!), The Chronicles of Narnia (WOOT WOOT!), the Leven Thumps series (if you haven't read it, GO! WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!), The Lord of the Rings (which i need to reread), The Andromeda Strain (a different style than what i'm used to, but okay. Michael Crichton's cool), The Historian (Elizabeth...uh...something foriegn, but it's a totally different vamp novel than what i'm used to), the Twilight series (), anything by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes (i LOVE her!), and the Inheritance...uh...Saga, now...(he's splitting the last book into two seperate ones...check the Inheritance/Eragon thread, it says it all). whew!


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Old March 15th, 2008, 10:22 pm
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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

Not in order of preference...

1. Harry Potter (of course)
2. To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee
3. Foundation (series), Isaac Asimov
4. Matilda, Roald Dahl
5. Narnia (series), C.S. Lewis
6. Regeneration (trilogy), Pat Barker
7. The Fourth Bear, Jasper Fforde
8. Turtle Diary, Russell Hoban
9. Eagle of the Ninth, Rosemary Sutcliffe
10. The Last Legion, Valerio Massimo Manfredi


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1.Pride and Prejudice-Jane Austen
2.Kane and Abel-Jeffrey Archer
3.And Then There Were None-Agatha Christie
4.The Godfather-Mario Puzo
5.Angels and Demons-Dan Brown
6.The Hound Of The Baskervilles-Sherlock Holmes
7.Northanger Abbey- Jane Austen
8.Little Women-Louisa May Alcott
9. Split Second- David Baldacci
10.Breakfast at Tiffanys- Truman Capote
It's a longer list actually......


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Old March 21st, 2008, 10:22 pm
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Order doesn't matter.

-The Belgariad
-A Song of Ice anf Fire
-Earthsea
-LotR
-Harry Potter
-His Dark Materials
-Dune
-Young Wizards
-Inheritance (Eragon)
-Some other good fantasy books i might not have mentioned here


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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

Here are mine:

Harry Potter by JK Rowling
Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer
Alex Rider by Anthony Howoritz
Holes by Louis Sachar
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
Desperaux by Kate DiCamillo
Half Moon Investigations by Eoin Colfer
Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliet
Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan
Airman by Eoin Colfer


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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

OK OK I've changed mine!

10. Inheritance trilogy (mainly Eragon) >>> Christopher Paolini
9. The hunting of the last dragon>>> Sherryl Jordan
8. Noughts and Crosses >>> Malorie Blackman
7. Inkheart>>> Cornelia Funke
6.The Lord of the Rings>>>>J.R.R.Tolkien
5. Lirael>>>> Gath Nix
4.Abhorsen>>> Garth Nix
3. Sabriel>>> Garth Nix
2.Harry Potter series>>>J.K.Rowling
1.The Demonata series >>> Darren Shan (most amazing horror author ever!)
(Especaily Slawter and Lord Loss)


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Old April 12th, 2008, 1:48 am
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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

None of my top 10 books are non-fiction, so this is just my overall top 10, don't stress on the order too much.

1. Song of Ice and Fire
2. Harry Potter
3. Lord of the Rings
4. Dune
5. Ender's Game
6. Lord of the Flies
7. 1984
8. Invisible Man
9. The Stranger
10. Redwall


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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

HouseStark--I love Martin's ability to craft solid fiction, but I prefer adventure sagas where "good" and "evil" are clearly identifiable and "good" triumphs.

Invisible Man--I know it's great fiction, but I didn't connect with it emotionally.

I'm afraid I just didn't like Lord of the Flies or Brave New World.

As for the Redwall series--I liked selected tales (Mossflower, Redwall, and Taggerung) but after a certain point, these stories just seemed to be the same tale over and over again with the names changed.


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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

1. HP
2. The Book Thief by Markus Zusack
3. The Dark Is Rising by Susan Cooper
4. His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman
5. Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer
6. Bartimeaus Trilogy by Jonothan Stroud
7. Arthur And The Seeing Stone by Kevin Crossely Holland
8. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
9. Chocolat by Joanne Harriss
10. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee


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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

My favorites, in no particular order....

1. Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling
2. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
3. Maximum Ride by James Patterson
4. Red Scarf Girl: Memoir of the Cultural Revolution by Jiang Ji-Li
5. Uglies Series by Scott Westerfield
6. Holes by Louis Sachar
7. The Princess Bride by William Goldman
8. The Princess Diaries Series by Meg Cabot
9. Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
10. Teen Idol by Meg Cabot

Whew, that was really hard!


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Harry Potter by JK Rowling
Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer
Alex Rider by Anthony Howoritz
Holes by Louis Sachar
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
Desperaux by Kate DiCamillo
Half Moon Investigations by Eoin Colfer
Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliet
Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan
Airman by Eoin Colfer
Oh...thanks for reminding me about Holes and The Tale of Desperaux! I love both of those books. Holes is great, and Desperaux (although I've kind of outgrown it) was a very nice little story that I really enjoyed. It was good enough that I reread it once.

And I'm glad to see that I'm not the only Percy Jackson fan.

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1. Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling
2. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
3. Maximum Ride by James Patterson
4. Red Scarf Girl: Memoir of the Cultural Revolution by Jiang Ji-Li
5. Uglies Series by Scott Westerfield
6. Holes by Louis Sachar
7. The Princess Bride by William Goldman
8. The Princess Diaries Series by Meg Cabot
9. Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
10. Teen Idol by Meg Cabot
TWILIGHT! And The Princess Bride is my all-time favorite movie. Everyone who's read it says that the book is just as good, so I'm looking forward to reading it whenever I can get a hold of it.


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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

1. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
2. The Seer of Shadows by AVI
3. The Chronicals of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
4. The White Darkness by Geraldine McCaughrean
5. A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket
6. Left Behind: The Kids Series by Jerry B. Jenkins
7. The Ravenmaster's Secret by Elvira Woodruff
8. The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by AVI
9. Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O'Dell
10. The Tattoed Rats by Jerry B. Jenkins


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Old May 26th, 2008, 1:56 am
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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

Excluding Harry Potter, in no particular order:


The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
Angels and Demons by Dan Brown
Sign of the Cross by Chris Kuzneski
Tango One by Stephen Leather
The Long Shot by Stephen Leather
1984 by George Orwell
Map of Bones by James Rollins
The Black Order by James Rollins
The Last Templar by Raymond Khoury
Relentless by Simon Kernick


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Re: Top 10 Fav Fiction Books

I believe the HP series goes without saying :P

So excluding HP my list is:

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Interview with the Vampire
Counte of Monte Cristo
Pride and Prejudice
Amsterdam
Jane Eyre
Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha
Emma
The Time Traveler's Wife
Le Grand Meaulnes


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1. Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card (Sci Fi)
Ender's Game is my absolute favorite book of all time. It takes place sometime in the future, after humanity has discovered space travel. Nearly half a century previous, a race of space aliens, known as the "Buggers", attacked Earth's space armada. That war ended, but many fear the Buggers might return and completely wipe Earth out. In order to stop that from happening, the government tries to turn super intelligent children into brilliant military commanders through Battle School. The story focuses on a child named Ender, as he's raised to be a soldier. The story is really good and raises a lot of interesting questions. Ender's an amazing character, necessarily ruthless, but completely innocent.

2. The Road of the Dead by Kevin Brooks (Horror, maybe?)
The Road of the Dead is an amazing novel. It's a kind of creepy story about two brothers, Ruben and Cole, trying to find whoever killed their sister. Their sister, Rachel, was visiting a friend in another city when she was murdered. All their family wants to do is bury her and have some peace, but the police won't release her body until the murder is found. So, 14 year old Ruben and his tougher older brother, Cole, set out to find the murderer. The story gets violent at points, but is marvelously written. And the characters are really well developed. Ruben is a fairly normal normal kid, not particularly rough or fierce, while Cole is extremely tough and has no problems using violence if it's needed.

3. Sabriel, Lireal, and Abhosen by Garth Nix (Fantasy)
The Abhorsen Trilogy takes place in "The Old Kingdom", a land ruled by ancient magic. Structured magic is known as the Charter and is in every living being, while Free Magic is used by Necromancers and other creatures to cause chaos and raise the dead. The Abhorsen, is one person tasked with using the Charter to put the walking dead to rest. The first book revolves around a girl named Sabriel as she leaves the school she's been attending in Ancelstierre (a neighboring, magic free country) and travels to the Old Kingdom to find her father, who is missing. She ends up taking up her father's job and becoming the Abhorsen. Lireal and Abhorsen take place several years after the events in Sabriel, and follow Lireal, another girl with unique gifts. The books are completely amazing and well worth a read.

4. The Blue Sword by Robin McKinley (Fantasy)
In The Blue Sword, a girl named Hari is kidnapped from the settlement where she lives and taken into the desert by the mysterious "Hill Folk". The King of the Damar, the "Hill Folk", realizes something is different about Hari, that she is more powerful than the ordinary settlers and is forced to kidnap her by his own magic. This is an awesome book. I absolutely loved Corram and Hari. Hari's a great protagonist. She's not particularly whiny or prone to drama and stands up for what she believes in. She's one of my favorite heroines of all time. (Sabriel is one too.) Corram, the King, is great as well. With his reluctance to involve Hari in anything and his desire to take care of his people, he's an interesting read.

5. The Tortall Universe by Tamora Peirce (Fantasy)
All the series in the Tortall Universe are completely wonderful. They're set in a medieval like world where magic exists. The Song of the Lioness Quartet focuses on a girl named Alanna as she disguises herself as a boy in order to become a knight. The Immortals Quarter (my personal favorite) follows a young girl named Daine as she gains control of her unique brand of animal magic and helps save Tortall. The Protector of the Small Quartet follows a girl named Kelandry as she fights to become the first Lady Knight since Alanna. The Daughter of Lioness Duo (my second favorites) follow Alanna's daughter, Alianne as she uses her wily spy skills to help bring about a much needed revolution. And the uncompleted Provost Dog trilogy follows Beka Cooper as she joins the Provost's Dogs, basically the Tortall police force, and works in the seedy Lower City trying to protect the people there. Every book in the Tortall Universe is excellent, with strong heroines and unique companions. Peirce's Emelan Universe is well written as well, though I still enjoy the Tortall Universe more.

6. Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling (Fantasy)
Obviously you should all know about Harry Potter. I love the Harry Potter series. They're the only books I've ever read more than twenty times per book. The characters are great and the magical world is amazingly done.

7. The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien (Fantasy)
I adore The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the Hobbit. They're excellent, well written, fully developed books. In case you somehow have miraculously managed to exist without hearing about these books, they're all basically set in this fantasy world called Middle Earth. Over the past few years an Evil has been rising and in order to stop it, it's up to a band of travelers to destroy the one thing that will bring that Evil back to full strength. All four books are amazing pieces of literature and just mind blowingly good.

8. Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (Fantasy/Humor)
Good Omens is completely on crack. It's the funniest book I've ever read and so out there. In it an angel, Aziraphale, and a demon, Crowley, have to band together to stop the apocalypse, because really, what fun would it be if Earth ended?

9. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer (Fantasy)
When 17 year old, Bella Swan moves to her father's hometown, the last thing she was expecting to discover was a family of vampires living there as well. Twilight revolves around Bella as she meets and falls in love with a vampire named Edward. Twilight is a really sweet book about true love. It's got some teenage drama, but with an entirely likable protagonist and absolutely nothing beyond kissing.

10. The Chrestomanci Novels by Diana Wynne Jones (Fantasy)
The Chrestomanci novels are set in several different worlds. Chrestomanci is an inherited title given to the person responsible for making sure that all the parallel universes don't mix. Currently there are six novels and a few short stories. My personal favorites are Charmed Life and The Lives of Christopher Chant. Charmed Life follows orphaned Eric Chant and his sister as they are adopted by the Chrestomanci, but nothing is as it seems. The Lives of Christopher Chant tells of Christopher Chant's childhood as he discovers alternate universes and manages to lose several of his nine lives. All of Diana Wynne Jones's books are fascinating and fun to read.

Other books I've really enjoyed: Alex Rider Novels, Charlie Bones Series, Eoin Colfer Books, Eragon, Faerie Wars Series, Maximum Ride Series, Peeps, Prom Dates from Hell, Series of Unfortunate Events, So You Want to Be a Wizard Series, Stravaganza Series, and The Year of Secret Assignments


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It's very hard to pick up only 10 books. So, mine are, not in preference order:
Dracula, Bram Stoker (the book I read the most I think)
The mists of Avalon, marion Zimmer Bradley
Novels and short stories by Guy de Maupassant
Les rois maudits (the damned kings), Maurice druon
The Chronicles of prydain, Lloyd Alexander
The last legion, Valerio manfredi
All Roald Dahl books
HP of course
La morte amoureuse (the dead lover), Théophile Gautier
Pardonnez nos offenses (Pardon our dudgeons), Romain Sardou.
I love many other books, but these are the books that come now in mind. I also want to read Twilight and the Princess bride, which is my favorite movie.


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Okay, my top ten.... Mmm....
Okay, here it goes

1. Harry Potter series - J.K. Rowling
(oh, SUCH a surprise ) -
2. Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series - Louise Rennison
(I dare say I love to laugh )
3. Sense & Sensibility - Jane Austen
(In my opinion Jane Austen's best book )
4. Twilight - Stephenie Meyer
(But only Twilight. I didn't like New Moon and couldn't pay attention while reading Eclipse. I hope Breaking Dawn is good again...)
5. My Sister's Keeper - Jodie Picoult
(Marvellously good. Too good.)
6. Nineteen Minutes - Jodie Picoult
(See comment above)
7. Emma - Jane Austen
(A book, in my opinion, rather funny. I can laugh about the things Emma does )
8. Other Austen books
(Pride & Prejudice, Mansfield Park and Persuasion. Haven't read Northanger Abbey yet.)
9. Gossip Girl Series
(Love it, but I prefer the tv-series...)
10. Okay, now I am running out of books I've read... I could say Komt een vrouw bij de dokter, but it's Dutch and I bet nobody has ever heard of it. Oh, wait, the only book I have read besides the above, is Alice in Wonderland. It was great, try it

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