Books?


#1

What books do you enjoy to read?

I like reading:

Artemis Fowl Series.

Ranger Apprentice/Brotherband Chronicles series.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid series.

Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew.

The 39 Clues series.

And other one’s with I can’t think of right now. :stuck_out_tongue:


#2

real books listings:
Series of Unfortunate Events (Yes…all 13…)
Bud, Not Buddy
The Hatchet
Anything that Douglas Adams wrote
Terry Pratchett’s Disc World series, especially The Hogfather…so funny

Old Yeller
Where the Red Fern Grows
Last Dog On Earth

(What…I love dogs…and these are depressing,I know)

Ender’s Game
(Any Orson Scott Card book, to be honest)

Comics:

Megaman NT Warrior manga by Ryo Takamisaki

Aliens : Genocide by Dark Horse Comics

Dragon Drive

Zatch Bell

Marvel’s Transformers…really well done.
Dreamwave’s Megaman and Transformers comics(when they were still around)

IDW’s Transformers Spotlights.

Atomic Robo…hilarious…

Hell Boy

Tank Girl

I probably forgot a few on the real books section…I’ll save them for later.


#3

Awesome!

I’m trying to finish Artemis Fowl Book 8: The Last Guardian.

It’s soo good.


#4

I’ve always wanted to read Artemis Fowl…But I never did…worth a shot. I know it’s better than what most kids read this day…cough Twilight cough…Fake Vampires…blegh.

So let’s see…I Forgot…

The Spellsinger Saga

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the rings Trilogy and The Hobbit…


#5

I’ve read the Hobbit!

Never really read the other one’s though…

I read the Hunger Games, it was okay…

Twilight is stupid. My personal opinion.


#6

You have my full blown Support…I love reading good books…Oh…I did forget some others!

Red Wall

and Sir Arthur Conan Boyle’s Sherlock Holmes books. A smashing read, might I say!


#7

JOHN DIES AT THE END. My copy is currently being loaned out to I don’t even know how many people, who knows if it will ever return to me.

ALSO DESERVING OF ALL CAPS: DISCWORLD. Read some of it.


#8

Yes, another DiscWorld FAN!!! I love terry Pratchett…he is really witty…


#9

Right now I’m reading Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal. Easily the funniest book I have ever read.


#10

Sorry for the double post, but wow, there are eight Artemis Fowl books out? I was under the impression it was supposed to be a trilogy or something. But I don’t think I ever even read the third.


#11

it’s okay to double post on this type of thread, I’m sure…I wouldn’t say sorry, you had something to say, and it is pertinent to the topic


#12

Yeah, it’s so intense.


#13

Rangers Apprentice Dont spoil im only on the fifth one
Any book by john green he is just an amazing author
Mysterious Benedict Society
Drums Girls and Dangerous Pie and the sequel
Notes From the midnight driver
Percy jackson the kane chronicles and the heros of olympus
the cardturner
Any Gary Paulsen


#14

Halt dies!

Jk jk, that would be terrible.


#15

Anything by Dan Brown.
Currently reading his book Deception Point. Such a great read. Keeps you on your toes.
Ender’s game
The Halo novels.


(YoYoStringLab) #16

I enjoy John le Carré’s spy novels.


#17

Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes volumes are exemplary selections, this is simply elementary. I love them as well. I am not at all fond of recent interpretations of the character however, such as in the Robert Downey Jr. films or the upcoming CBS drama.


#18

Sorry, I typo’d that…I know its Doyle…also, stupid Google chrome had issues…lol.


#19

I love
I am the Cheese
Gave me serious chills at the end. Even the title is sad/creepy

Outsiders

Flowers for Algernon

I just finished Wind, Sand, and Stars…that was a really deep intellectual book…


(WildCat23) #20

The Lord of the Rings I am reading at the moment.

Harry Potter, Percy Jackson and Artimis Fowl are some of my favorite series.

Many of the Star Wars extended universe trilogies are worth reading.