3 Books You Must Have In Your Library
(7/27/2008 9:55:00 PM)
Three books.... I would have to go with:
The Catcher in the Rye: J.D. Salinger
Ham on Rye: Charles Bukowski
The Heart is a Lonely Hunter: Carson McCullers
(7/24/2008 12:21:00 AM)
i love reading books. the three books one must have and read according to me are:
1. kim by rudyard kipling
2. freedom is not free by shiv khera and
3. sucess secrets by mark douglass
(7/22/2008 12:19:00 PM)
i always like dharma bums by kerouac, japphy ryder is the most unattainable character, (gary snyder could be a demi-god) \.....
i always like the robe by lloyd bridges, maybe cause i grew up catholic with degrees in history and ancient studies with a focus on latin and greek, like story and it gave me the goose quills when i read it, ...
and a couple others, i like howards zinn's peoples history of the united states, encyclopedia of witchcraft and demonology by robbins, reading that book is like having no port in a hurricane, then Let the trumpet sound, the life of martin luther king jr. by oates, reading about todays prophets thrills me to crazy, anywho, who can select just of few from thousands
Robert 'bob' Starke
(7/20/2008 5:52:00 PM)
Why Do Men Have Nipples - Billy Goldberg (very funny one ^^)
The Queen and I - Sue Thousand (also very funny)
Artemis Fowl - Eoin Colfer
(some of my other favourite authors - George Orwell, Pauolo Coelho, Edgar A. Poe, Karl May...)
(7/12/2008 7:44:00 PM)
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three books? ok here goes.
The outsiders-I forgot the author
The Oath-Frank Peretti
All of them are very good books. Ive read alot of books and those are some of my favorites.
(7/10/2008 12:18:00 PM)
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Three books I cannot live without, and constantly dip into........
Ulyses, James Joyce.
Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable.
Selected Essays. Samuel Butler....
from which I quote if I may.......
'I do not like books. I believe I have the smallest library of any literary man in London and I have no wish to increase it.........Webster's Dictionary, Whitaker's Almanac and Bradshaw's Railway Guide should be sufficient for any library. It will be time enough to go beyond these when the mass of useful and entertaining matter which they provide has been mastered.'
(7/9/2008 7:27:00 PM)
The Stand/Steven King
The Dark/James herbert
Leigon/William Peter Blatey
(7/9/2008 4:25:00 PM)
1. The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty
2. To Kill a Mocking Bird
3. The Bible
(7/8/2008 10:18:00 AM)
Difficult to keep it to three books.
My choice would be: 'The Pillars Of The Earth' and its sequel 'World Without End' by Ken Follett.
'London' 'Sarum' 'Russka' 'The Forest' by Edward Rutherford.
'The Vizard Mask' by Diana Norman.
'Meetings With remarkable Trees' by Thomas Pakenham.
All of an historical nature.
(7/8/2008 8:23:00 AM)
Here are three books that I own which bear the tattered pages of numerous readings.
A yellow raft in blue water-Michael Dorris
Love Medicine-Louise Erdrich
Sun Dancer-David London