Top 5 : Version II
EDIT: HAS NOW BEEN CHANGED TO TOP 10
This ones about books.
For some reason that is beyond mi understanding... i actualy like ta read.
List ur top five books or authors.
Mi list consists of John Grisham and Dan Brown
1. Angels&Demons(way better then The D Code)
2. King of Torts
3. Digital Fortress
4. Eragon Trilogy
5. Deseption Point
6. Divinci Code
7. The Hobbit
8. Brian Jasques(author)
10. To Kill a Mocking bird
1) The Dark Tower (series)
2) Battle Royale
3) Lord of the Flies
4) Catcher in the Rye
5) Rain Fall
1) Tanizaki Junichiro "The Makioka Sisters"
2) Max Frai "The Book of Fire Pages"
3) Jorge Luis Borges "Fictions"
4) Glen Cook "The Dark War"
5) F.M.Dostoyevsky "Crime and Punishment"
-the Harry Potter books
-The D Code
-Diabolus,Meteor (Dan Brown)
-The Vampire books by Anne Rice(althoug i didn´t read one of them :/)
-Silmarillion , The Hobbit (donk´t know if this are the original titles)
lol,i know there are more than 5 books.....^^
1. Dan Brown, Angels & Demons (Illustrated Edition)
2. J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter
3. Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha
4. Richard Wright, Native Son
5. Roald Dahl, BOY
^Omgosh, Roald Dahl was a krazy little bugger when he was a kid...
1. Anything by Erich Maria Remarque.
2. Arthur Golden - Memoirs of a Geisha
3. Julie Bertagna (sp?) - Exodus
4. Rohinton Mistry - A Fine Balance
5. Koushun Takami - Battle Royale
I'm sure there are more than actually rank above the number 2 on this list. I just can't seem to recall any of them.
3. Pride and Prejudice
4. Atlas Shrugged
5. Ender's Game
I like how only people with brains posted on mi last two threads.
There will be more postings...hopefully.
Ill probly read some of the books/movies you guys posted up.
Eragon? Oh you mean Star Wars in a medieval fantasy setting! Yeah, it's great.
- Macbeth by William Shakespeare
- The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
- The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri
- Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes
- Faust by Johann Wolfgang Goethe
Again, five is really short. Were am I supposed to leave Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist, Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea, or Death in the Afternoon, J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, C. S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia, Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, C. S. Forester's Hunting the Bismarck, and sooo many others?