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    My Top Three Books In No Particular Order:

    The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath
    Brideshead Revisited - Evelyn Waugh
    Animal Farm - George Orwell
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    What The Birds See by Sonya Hartnett
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    (Original post by Scottus_Mus)
    My Top Three Books In No Particular Order:

    The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath
    I love that book . It's kinda depressing (I know it's suppossed to be). I read it when I was 12. It's also supossed to be autobiographical.
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    I don't really have one in particular i love 1984 by George Orwell it's a great dystopian novel much like Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. I'm really into my old classics as well such as Wuthering Heights and i love Little Women by Louisa May Alcott - i've read that at least 4 times.
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    Ah, some classics are good....i especially luv Little Women and Good Wives.
    I have also been reading Meg Cabot lately...such cute funny stories.
    But my fav is Artemis Fowl. The best....luv it so much^^
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    The Harry Potter series are my favourite. After those, it would be Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides, closely followed by Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. I'm also a big fan of the first three Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice (after the third, they rapidly went downhill).
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    My absolute favourite is To Kill A Mockingbird, followed by The Great Gatsby.
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    (Original post by ~Jen~)
    My absolute favourite is To Kill A Mockingbird, followed by The Great Gatsby.
    Woo! Mine is TKAMB as well!! And then it's the His Dark Materials Trilogy!
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    has to be pride & prejudice! my absolute fav, read it a gazillion times. others include anne of green gables, the lion the witch and the wardrobe..
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    (Original post by Emma2587)
    I don't really have one in particular i love 1984 by George Orwell it's a great dystopian novel much like Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. I'm really into my old classics as well such as Wuthering Heights and i love Little Women by Louisa May Alcott - i've read that at least 4 times.
    The Handmaids Tale? Is incredible. No-one I know really appreciates it though.
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    (Original post by Emma2587)
    I don't really have one in particular i love 1984 by George Orwell it's a great dystopian novel much like Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. I'm really into my old classics as well such as Wuthering Heights and i love Little Women by Louisa May Alcott - i've read that at least 4 times.
    What did you think of animal farm then?
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    Not sure if I have a 'favourite' book but I read 'The Saving Graces' recently and it has to be one of the best I've ever read. Anyone else read it? I highly recommend it!
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    (Original post by Kit_Kat)
    Not sure if I have a 'favourite' book but I read 'The Saving Graces' recently and it has to be one of the best I've ever read. Anyone else read it? I highly recommend it!
    Who is it by please?
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    (Original post by Jayjayjay)
    Who is it by please?
    Patricia Gaffney
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    (Original post by ayaan)
    The Handmaids Tale? Is incredible. No-one I know really appreciates it though.
    handmaids tale is great, i agree that no-one appreciates it, especially as it is on the as-level syllabus, everyone ends up hating it!
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    (Original post by Jayjayjay)
    What did you think of animal farm then?
    Personally, i prefer it to 1984, but i liked Down and Out in Paris and London better than both of them!
    My fave book ever has to be The Beach by Alex Garland, shame about the awful film...
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    (Original post by Kit_Kat)
    Patricia Gaffney
    Thanky!
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    Films really do seem to ruin the book, in comparison I always prefer the book. You would have to be a very good director to get it just right!
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    I think I'm one of those rare people who like the LOTR movies more than the books.
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    the hobbit!! wat a read! can't wait for the film!
 
 
 
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