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  • Noel VeraNoel Vera PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Favorite books--which can change, and which doesn't mean I think they're the greatest, just the ones I happen to like at the moment:

    The Arabian Nights, transl. by Sir Richard Burton

    A Canticle for Liebowitz, Walter Miller

    The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

    Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain

    Jude the Obscure, Thomas Hardy

    The Man in the High Castle, Philip K. *****

    Maus, Art Spiegelman

    Nausicaa, of the Valley of the Wind, Hayao Miyazaki

    The Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway

    Pilgrim to the West (don't remember the author's name)

    The Power and the Glory, Graham Greene

    Starmaker, Olaf Stapledon

    The stories of Jorge Luis Borges

    Where the Wild Things Are, by Maurice Sendak

    Wuthering Heights, Emily Bronte

  • Ray Bradbury Farenheit 451
    Scott Adams The Dilbert principle
    Douglas Coupland Microsefs
    Stephen King The Stand
  • oh, gosh...a lot....

    gone with the wind

    dekada `70

    noli me tangere

    little women

    city of joy & beyond love (dominique lapierre)

    ... there are more, but i can't see my bookcase from where i sit....
  • My all time favorite books are...
    The Girl's Guide for Hunting and Fishing - Melissa Banks
    About a Boy - Nick Hornby
    High Fidelity - Nick Hornby
    Ecstacy - Irvin Welsch
    Trainspotting - Irvin Welsch
  • THE NOTEBOOK by Nicholas Sparks :~(


  • some of my favorite books..

    1. Little Prince- Saint Exupery :crazy:

    2. Diary of Anne Frank :girl:

    3. Chicken Soup for the Soul Series :angel:

    4. Youngblood Compilation( unfortunately, I only have the 2.0 version, any idea where can I buy the first edition? :D

    5. An Invitation- Oriah Mariah Dreamer ( i really love this book, very inspiring, highly recommended!) :angel:
  • got hooked with books only this year:
    so far, these are my favorites:

    the little price(book report namin sa college)
    pride and prejudice(grabe, nahirapan ako magbasa...)
    harry potter series(ang bilis basahin, at sobrang sayang sa pera)
    sana humaba pa listahan ko...
  • I've got some books here....they are classic. These are the books what "THE DOORS" (band) have read .Kaya siguro si Jim
    Morrison naging poetic.

    1. "On the Road" by Jack Kerouac (my favorite too)
    2. "The Sun Also Rises" by Ernest Hemingway
    3. "A Farewell to Arms" by Ernest Hemingway
    4. "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    5. "This Side of Paradise" by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    6. "Journey To The End of the Night" by Celine (Im still reading it)
    7. "For Whom the Bell Tolls" by Ernest Hemingway
    8. "The Waste Land" by T.S.Eliot
    9. "Light my Fire" by Ray Manzarek (organist of THE DOORS)
    dito ko na discover lahat ng librong nabasa ko(my favorite)

  • To kill a mockingbird (H.LEE), all of Gabriel GarciA Marquez books, and all of Isabelle Allende's, Catcher in the Rye (J.D.Salinger), and a whole, whole lot more!
  • the Bible
  • Noel VeraNoel Vera PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    "The Bible"

    King James edition. Shakespeare wrote part of it, or so I hear.
  • my list...

    1. perfune- patrick suskind
    2. franny and zooey-jd salinger
    3. the exorcist-william peter blatty
    4. misery-stephen king
    5. the fall-albert camus
    6. without feathers-woody allen
    7. the phantom tollbooth-norton juster
    8. city lights pocket poet anthology-edited by lawrence ferlinghetti
    9. the cubao series-tony perez
    10. dekada 70- luwalhati bautista

  • LOVE STORY by Erich Segal.... squeezed out a bucket of tears from me...:~(
  • Gosh, but this is a REALLY old topic!

    You know what, though? I realized I never really listed down the books I loved...So here goes!

    1. The Lord of the Rings (obvious ba?)
    2. Anything by Neil Gaiman, although my favorites are Neverwhere, Stardust and the Sandman series
    3. Tom Clancy (when writing about Jack Ryan)
    4. Jack Higgins (when writing about WW II or the IRA)
    5. The Masters of Rome series by Colleen McCullough
    6. The Missing Piece and The Missing Piece Meets the Big O, and the Giving Tree, all by Shel Silverstein
    7. The Velveteen Rabbit ("What is Real?...")
    8. The "Charlie" stories by Roald Dahl
    9. The Neverending Story by Michael Ende
    10. The Silmarillion by JRR Tolkien
  • in no particular order-
    The Hobbit
    The Lord of the Rigns trilogy
    The Silmarillion
    - JRR Tolkien
    Mona Lisa Overdrive
    All Tomorrow's Parties
    - Wlliam Gibson
    Memnoch the Devil
    Exit to Eden
    - Anne Rice
    To Kill a Mockingbird
    - Harper Lee

    and since I've seen Sandman on some lists:
    Kingdom Come - Mark Waid and Alex Ross
    Blade of the Immortal - Hiroaki Samura
  • i also love the sandman series :)

    haruki murakami's books: a wild sheep chase, dance dance dance, hard boiled wonderland and the end of the world. this guy is so good that he makes the words "suspended disbelief" an understatement

    catcher in the rye by jd salinger - my favorite book since i was a kid

    the harry potter series, especially books 1 and 4 :)

    bata bata, paano ka ginawa by lualhati bautista. didn't seen the movie though

  • 1) the belgariad
    the malloreon
    belgarath the sorcerer
    polgara the sorceress

    2) the crystal shard trilogy
    the dark elf trilogy
    the legacy
    starless night
    siege of darkness
    the silent blade

    3) dragonball z (they *are* books, too) :)

    4) sandman

    5) little women

    6) the little prince

    7) harry potter
  • fave books of all time:

    sophie's world (jostein gaarder) --- philosophy in a nutshell (well almost!)

    le hussard sur le toit/ the horseman on the roof (jean giono) --- love in the time of cholera gone dark

    love in the time of cholera (gabriel garcia marquez) --- as funny as ggm gets

    como agua para chocolate/ like water for chocolate (laura esquivel) --- magical realism at its best

    it (stephen king) --- scared the **** out of me. now i hate clowns, and those who love clowns (my apologies to german moreno)

    the lord of the rings trilogy (jrr tolkien) --- nothing comes close

    the silmarillon (jrr tolkien) --- epic saga like no other

    question: do we consider comic books as books? because i really loved neil gaiman's series on the endless (especially "time of your life", where death takes center stage)

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  • has anyone here read angela carter?

    i should have included her "the infernal desire machines of dr. hoffman". galeng nya. you should all read it.

    and anais nin's erotica, btw.

    [Edited by gollum on 01-14-2001 at 04:43 AM]
  • pede bang humirit pa?

    i also forgot to mention "trainspotting" and "marabou stork nightmares", both by irvine welsh, in my list.

    yung marabou stork, lalo na.

    tsaka yung griffin and sabine series ni nick bantock.
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