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    Wondering what everyone's top 5 books of all time would be. mine are
    1. pride and prejudice
    2. memoirs of a geisha
    3. jane eyre
    4. gone with the wind
    5. his dark materials (strictly a trilogy i know)
    Anyone else?
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    Shouldnt this be in general chat
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    1. Long Road to Freedom - Nelson Mandela
    2. A Breif History of Time - Stephen Hawking
    3. New Ideas from Dead Economists - Tod Buchold (I think thats how you spell his last name)
    4. Understanding Relativity - Leo Sattori (again not sure of name)
    5. The Elegant Universe - Brian Greene

    as you can tell I'm not into fiction ... silly made up fantasy stories.
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    Flip reverse this outa here!
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    (Original post by tango1)
    Wondering what everyone's top 5 books of all time would be. mine are
    1. pride and prejudice
    2. memoirs of a geisha
    3. jane eyre
    4. gone with the wind
    5. his dark materials (strictly a trilogy i know)
    Anyone else?
    at risk of getting lynched, i was a bit disappointed with jane eyre ... but i did enjoy pride and prej. actually, i haven't read a good book in ages, tho i'm halfway through 1984, and enjoying it :rolleyes:
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    Madame Bovary, Flaubert
    Sun Also Rises, Hemingway
    Persuasion, Austen
    Brideshead Revisited, Waugh
    London A-Z, cause I'm obsessed with London at the moment!
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    1. Brideshead Revisited - Waugh
    2. Animals Farm - Orwell
    3. To The Lighthouse - Woolf
    4. Catcher In The Rye - Sallanger
    5. Mein Kampf - Hitler
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    (Original post by mik1a)
    1. Long Road to Freedom - Nelson Mandela
    Walk?
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    (Original post by tango1)
    Wondering what everyone's top 5 books of all time would be. mine are
    1. pride and prejudice
    2. memoirs of a geisha
    3. jane eyre
    4. gone with the wind
    5. his dark materials (strictly a trilogy i know)
    Anyone else?
    jane eyre
    black beauty
    1984
    the colour purple
    shanghai baby

    In no particular order

    The color purple
    Jane Eyre
    Lord of the rings
    Little women
    The hobbit
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    <the da vinci code>
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    The Catcher in the Rye -J.D.Salinger
    The Belgariad - David Eddings
    The Lord of the Rings-J.R.R.Tolkein
    The Idiot -Dostoyevsky
    The Alchemist -(forgotten Author)

    +The Road less Travelled-M.Scott Fitzgerald
    Wuthering Heights/Jane Eyre are pretty good reads too, if you can stand long periods of superfluous language.
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    1984 - George Orwell
    Love in the time of Cholera - some bloke
    Mr Nice (Howard Marks Biography)
    Life of Pi - another bloke
    All quiet on the Western Front - a german bloke
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    1) shopaholic- all the 3 books ( by sophie kinsella)
    2) harry potter- the chamber of secrets
    3) pride and prejudice
    4) bridget jones diary ( by helen fielding)
    5)bridget jones and the edge of reason. (by helen fielding)
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    1) shopaholic- all the 3 books ( by sophie kinsella)
    2) harry potter- the chamber of secrets
    3) pride and prejudice
    4) bridget jones diary / edge of reason( by helen fielding)
    5)Of mice and men
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    In no particular order, couldnt decide on 5 so heres 6

    1) Nineteen Eighty Four - George Orwell
    2) War and Peace - Tolstoy
    3) Autobiography of a Geisha - Sayo Masuda
    4) A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush - Eric Newby
    5) Another Day in Paradise - Carol Bergman (Editor)
    6) A Mad World, My Masters - John Simpson
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    1. To Kill a Mocking Bird
    2. The Godfather
    3. Pride and Prejudice
    4. His Dark Materials
    5. The Old Man and the Sea
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    1) Wide Sargasso Sea -Jean Rhys
    2) Midnight's Children - Salmon Rushdie
    3) Farewell to Arms - Ernest Hemingway
    4) The Dark Angel - Meridith Ann Pierce.
    5) Nineteen Eighty Four - George Orwell

    p.s This should be in the Media section.
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    (Original post by Scottus_Mus)
    5. Mein Kampf - Hitler
    How peculiar - care to share your reasons as to why it’s a favourite?
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    Can I ask all of u above a question? I know it's a little bit stupid...... :rolleyes:
    Why ALL of u like <<Pride & Prejudice>>? I read it and thought it is nice, but not good enough to put it in the TOP 5......It's just a romance novel......
    Thanks.)
 
 
 
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