(Original post by Forever a Gnome)
I can't decide which one to start - The Perks of Being a Wallflower or The Runaway, both are supposed to be really good so I'm torn. (I know I can read both but I don't know which I should start with...)
Read 'Perks of being a Wallflower' first- I absolutely loved it I'm reading One Day by Nicholls at the moment...pretty good so far
I just finished "Watchmen" today, which is amazing. I'm not sure what I'm going to tackle next - I think I might read "Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders" by Neil Gaiman as I recommended "American Gods" to my boyfriend, and his discussing it is putting me in the mood for some of Gaiman's beautifully crafted fiction.
(Original post by kurovalte)
I read the books, which are awesome, but a TV series of them is also airing which is really good
I'm planning to hunt it down online and watch it The book definately doesn't soften the edges! The first hundred pages has a poor little girl being coerced by her brother and a young boy nearly murdered!
Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit - Jeanette Winterson.
Written in 1985, pretty ahead of its time, about an adopted daughter in a really Christian family who wants to be a missionary when she grows up but realises she is a lesbian :O
I've just finished American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis and that was amazing. I'm now onto The Catcher In The RYe by JD Salinger, I've read the first two chapters and I'm not too impressed so far but we'll have to see.