whats the title of ur fav book?? (Page 5)
cheeekydog: The Third Policeman by Flan O'Brien It;s an oldie but great. I have read it several times.
SlaveWaterNymph8288: Not sure if i put this, but i'm almost done with A passion for glory. It's really good.
DiscoDub31: "All Souls Night" by Michael Patrick Mcdonald. I'v always found true story's to be that little bit more interesting, and this 1 does not dissapoint. As the author tell his story of his family growing up in an Irish-American housing project of South Boston. I found this book to be absolutly amazing and at times almost unbelievable. This book has everything.
kindu: hello every one ..my name is kinde..i need to read much more about psychology and philosophy books..but i didn't know the topic of those books..any one here wants to help me?
abroadgirl: Read ''The Lovely Bones'' by Alice Sebold, is really pretty.. Or if you want more adrenaline jajajaja read ''The lost Symbol'' by Dan Brown that's a good one
starnorma: i read alot i wouldnt say i have a specific favorite book but the ones that have caught me hard right now are the first seven books of the Tarzan series by Edgar Rice Burrough. For a long time i didn't read them because I didn't think they would be that great. Boy, do I regret that now. i usually get my books at used bookstores but I recently found the free Kindle computer app and the free classic books on amazon and I've been finding alot good there just by surfing through amazon's free books.
drywitty: Jonathan Livingston Seagull was one of those life changing books for me. I should dig it out and reread it.
drywitty: Though it may be considered a girlie book, I really liked Anne of Green Gables by LM Montgomery.