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    My friends had to read Lord of the Flies and they didn't like it that much. I however having read it last year because I had heard of it bought it, read it on my free time and liked it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mystic_guard_sinoel View Post
    My friends had to read Lord of the Flies and they didn't like it that much. I however having read it last year because I had heard of it bought it, read it on my free time and liked it.
    It's a masterpiece.

    Most of the books you read in high school get a lot of crap, at least from what I've seen...but every once in a while you read something great.

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    I read One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest too! ^_^ Loved that book! Saw the movie in class, too - best part of the class, actually. And The Chrysalids was actually a good book, even having read it twice before. Hm. I've been lucky with highschool book studies.
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    I've read 1984, Brave New World, Animal Farm, Atlas Shrugged, Lord of the Flies(Infinite Ryvius=goodanime, btw), and Do Androids Dream of Electric, but alas, I have not read Oryx and Crake. Sorry my friend.

    Edit: Oh, and A Clockwork Orange is just messed up.
    Last edited by DeadRedDread; 01-18-2007 at 08:36 PM.

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    A Clockwork Orange FTW! man that was a good book
    Did my ISP on Clockwork and 1984
    Chrysalids had a RLY bad ending... lik srsly~!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinru View Post
    A Clockwork Orange FTW! man that was a good book
    Did my ISP on Clockwork and 1984
    Chrysalids had a RLY bad ending... lik srsly~!
    I swear, if you can't form a complete, coherent thought(one ending with a ".," "?," or "!"), I think I might lose it.

    P.S. - Clockwork Orange sucked. So did the movie.

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    I like my thoughts incomplete, it makes things more messy
    harder to understand and totally messes with people's heads
    lik if I break downz mah sentencez more it makes me all lik
    totally teh wtfism... you know what I mean?...

    back on track... How DARE you speak ill of Clockwork orange, it's the shit. NOT in the literal sense either D:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinru View Post
    I like my thoughts incomplete, it makes things more messy
    harder to understand and totally messes with people's heads
    lik if I break downz mah sentencez more it makes me all lik
    totally teh wtfism... you know what I mean?...

    back on track... How DARE you speak ill of Clockwork orange, it's the shit. NOT in the literal sense either D:
    That could be considered trolling. Laaaasst warning.

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    *bows*
    I'm sorry about that, as I don't mean to troll or take part of any form of that.
    It's just an inate characteristic of mine, incoherant and mostly incomplete thoughts. Warning well taken into consideration =)

    *back on track*

    what was there not to like from clockwork? Drugs, violence, sexual content, anti-hero's, the flaws of man and the downfall of society. It has everything that is needed for a good ol' fashion time kill =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinru View Post
    *bows*
    I'm sorry about that, as I don't mean to troll or take part of any form of that.
    It's just an inate characteristic of mine, incoherant and mostly incomplete thoughts. Warning well taken into consideration =)

    *back on track*

    what was there not to like from clockwork? Drugs, violence, sexual content, anti-hero's, the flaws of man and the downfall of society. It has everything that is needed for a good ol' fashion time kill =D
    I think I like you(sarcasm aside).

    What there is not to like:
    Drugs, violence, sexual content, anti-hero's...

    =p
    What can I say, I am not a fan of moral relativism, amorality, bad endings, and especially the Smurfs.

 

 
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