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    dunno. i asked the nice librarian for any new interesting looking books and she gave me that one.so i'll have to read it to find out.

    has anyone read ' the alchemist'? oo it's good but i can't remember if i finished it so i'm gonna read it again soo
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    Ive heard of it...whos it by?
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    i can't remember his name. he's spanish though i think.google it...ah it's by Paul Coelho
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    whats it about?
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    about this boy who sells all he's got because this king told him to and he goes in search of this treasure in egypt and his experiences on his way...there are some great deep quotes in the book
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    sounds interesting...shall have to check out my library
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    it is..
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    (Original post by Shylock)
    dunno. i asked the nice librarian for any new interesting looking books and she gave me that one.so i'll have to read it to find out.

    has anyone read ' the alchemist'? oo it's good but i can't remember if i finished it so i'm gonna read it again soo
    Yes that was quite a good book. I was quite inspired when I read it; I actually wanted to become a gold maker:rolleyes:
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    aww yo-less lol
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    I think I know the one. It never really looked very good to be honest.
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    doesn't look it but it's good
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    For some reason, I've got very strongly into high fantasy LOTR-esque novels. I can't even read Artemis Fowl anymore! God help me...
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    artemis fowl is cool :p: i liked the small fiesty pixie girl that hated artemis...LOTR is cool too but too long.i prefer the movies lol
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    (Original post by Shylock)
    artemis fowl is cool :p: i liked the small fiesty pixie girl that hated artemis...LOTR is cool too but too long.i prefer the movies lol
    Holly was great! But she hated Artemis, whom I love:love: Or who I used to love, rather.

    LOTR-esque doesn't specifically mean LOTR I found those books rather tedious tbh. What with the long drawn out descriptions and miniscule writing...
    No offence to LOTR, I do respect it.
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    like i said, i prefer the movies lol they're too big those books....what LOTR type books are you reading?

    fiesty lil thing holly hehe
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    LOTR rocks. Like granite.
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    (Original post by Shylock)
    like i said, i prefer the movies lol they're too big those books....what LOTR type books are you reading?

    fiesty lil thing holly hehe
    Sheshe actually

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    LOTR rocks. Like granite.
    That explains the book's weight then:flute:

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    New discussion; Where are your reading spots?ie Where do you tend to read mostly?
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    Holly was great! But she hated Artemis, whom I love:love: Or who I used to love, rather.

    LOTR-esque doesn't specifically mean LOTR I found those books rather tedious tbh. What with the long drawn out descriptions and miniscule writing...
    No offence to LOTR, I do respect it.
    In the end she did love him though..you got the *warning cheesy phrase coming up* vibes *told ya!*

    Ive reserved a couple of books from my library - The Alchemist and Labryinth
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    I tend to read either in bed, at school or when I take my dog to the woods :p: I sit down and let my dog free and read my book
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    (Original post by misst)
    In the end she did love him though..you got the *warning cheesy phrase coming up* vibes *told ya!*

    Ive reserved a couple of books from my library - The Alchemist and Labryinth
    the alchemist good :yy:
 
 
 
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