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    Ethan Frome

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    Slaughter-house Five by Kurt Vonnegut
    "The skywalker, that be leapin' over planets"

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    i always see Kurt Vonnegut lives written on chalk boards at school but have not yet read him. I need to read his stuff.
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    I Like A Walk In The Woods By Bill Bryson
    Sword and mind must be united. Technique by itself is insufficient, and spriit alone is not enough

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    Dostoyevsy- Crime & Punishment
    Tolstoy- War & Peace

    Can't fuck with the ruskys

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    u read war and peace?
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    every stephen king Novel out there and i believe ive read nearly all of em,

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickyTooch View Post
    u read war and peace?
    Yep. I loved it. And I've been to Russia 4 times in my whole life. It just added to the impression left by the book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by graveyard_shifter View Post
    every stephen king Novel out there and i believe ive read nearly all of em,
    The Shining's still my Top from SK

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36Chambaz View Post
    Yep. I loved it. And I've been to Russia 4 times in my whole life. It just added to the impression left by the book.
    i always wanted to read war and peace....next winter i think im going to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickyTooch View Post
    i always wanted to read war and peace....next winter i think im going to do it.
    Well, gotta warn you, it's a VERY HARD READ. It's long, half of it is in french with captions and you may find it dissapointing. I would recommend reading Crime & Punishment by Dostoyevsky first, and see if u like that. If you do, you might like and enjoy War & Peace

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    Oh, and did I mention that it's VERY long ?????

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    yea...i've read Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by WIlliam Shirer, and that was like 1,400 pages so.
    I'll take your advice. THe French part, is it translated anywhere???
    And what do you mean i may be dissapointed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickyTooch View Post
    yea...i've read Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by WIlliam Shirer, and that was like 1,400 pages so.
    I'll take your advice. THe French part, is it translated anywhere???
    And what do you mean i may be dissapointed?
    Yeah, the French part is translated. By "dissapointed" I mean a lot of my friends actually read it from start to finish only to find out that they didn't like it. And it's very different from the Western novels

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsYkOsUs View Post
    1984 By George Orwell
    I'll go along with that.

    Germinal by Emile Zola and The Man In The High Castle by Phillip K.Dick (and pretty much everything else I've read by PKD as well) are brilliant as well.
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