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      (Original post by babyshawte)
      Oh yeah! I totally forgot about The Catcher in The Rye ^_^

      Such a great novel


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      Yea it's in my top 3 for sure. Feel like I can relate to Holden so much


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      Yea it's in my top 3 for sure. Feel like I can relate to Holden so much


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      He's such an interesting character!

      I agree, I think a lot of young adults/teenagers can relate to Holden's character which makes it more enjoyable to read.

      You have a good taste in books




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      I haven't read as many books as some people maybe over 50-60 and most of them are series, but without a doubt the best book i have ever read is 'The Bunker Diary' by Kevin Brooks. I remember being in waterstones and my mum saw it on the shelf, but usually i never go for thriller books, mainly romance or fantasy, so i gave it a go, and till this day it is my favourite book! It's a complete mystery, and the blurb doesn't give anything for the readers to go on, it's not predictable at all which is what surprised me all the way through!
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      The Road by Cormac McCarthy, a post apocalyptic survival story, serious feels.
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        The Road by Cormac McCarthy, a post apocalyptic survival story, serious feels.
        Good taste. I love that book.


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        Good taste. I love that book.


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        Thank you, I love most things post-apocalyptic and both the novel and the film were just amazing. I read the novel then watched the film expecting it to be terrible but it was surprisingly great.
       
       
       
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