Which book have you read recently?

China
February 22, 2007 3:47am CST
Which book have you read recently?
12 responses
@pinknic (307)
22 Feb 07
The last book I read was Deception Point by Dan Brown. It was interesting, but not as good as his other stories. My favourite book of his is still The Da Vinci Code. I'm currently re-reading Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. I've read it so many times and watched a lot of the films made about it (including the Leonardo DiCaprio one!) I can never get enough of it, I think it's the greatest love story ever. Another book I would recommend people read is Birdsong by Sebastien Faulks. It's set in World War 1 and is just so profound.
• Italy
22 Feb 07
i planned to read it, is it nice as the others?
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@pinknic (307)
22 Feb 07
Yes, it is amazing.
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• China
23 Feb 07
Thanks for ur response best of luck friend
• Canada
23 Feb 07
i cant really tell u wut book i read recently bcz i havent read eny books in like 2 years !!
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• China
23 Feb 07
Same like me Thanks for ur response best of luck friend
• Philippines
23 Feb 07
I'm reading Million Dollar Makeover and will be finishing it soon!
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• China
23 Feb 07
thanks for ur response best of luck friend
@MsRetro (250)
• United States
22 Feb 07
I just finished reading "Jack the Ripper, Case Closed" by Patricia Cornwell. It's an interesting read, and gave me some historical information on the case that I hadn't known about before. However, I am not sure whether I agree with her conclusion on the identity of the killer... she puts forth some pretty tenuous theories, then other theories that depend on those on top of that. Entertaining, though, as I really enjoy reading about forensic science.
• China
23 Feb 07
Thanks for ur response best of luck friend
@ginny36 (267)
• United States
22 Feb 07
I recently finished Empire Falls by Richard Russo and loved it. The characters were compelling, and it started out seeming almost a slow paced slice-of-life kind of story, but then took some amazing twists and turns at the end. I'm currently reading You Suck by Christopher Moore. It's something completely different than the types of books I usually read, but I'm loving it. It is off-beat, irreverent and has made me laugh out loud more than once, something I never expected from a vampire story!
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• China
23 Feb 07
Thanks for ur response best of luck friend
@jaytin (74)
• India
22 Feb 07
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• China
23 Feb 07
Sorry friend whats mean et
• Italy
22 Feb 07
about a boy by hornby, fantastic! i am planning to watch the film with hugh grant
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@dejablan (23)
• United States
22 Feb 07
Knulp by Herman Hesse pretty interesting book, but I expected something more really..
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• United States
22 Feb 07
Letter to a Christian Nation by Sam Harris
• China
22 Feb 07
Thanks for ur response best of luck friend
• Italy
7 Mar 07
about a boy, by Hornby
@lindajm (24)
• United States
23 Feb 07
Most recently I finished: Quantum Touch: The Power To Heal by Richard Gordon Education and the Significance of Life by J. Krishnamurti and The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles. Seems strange all these are non-fiction since I usually read more fiction.
@loisse21 (216)
• Philippines
23 Feb 07
the last one i read was the color purple by alice walker..i'll give it an A+..