What books are on your wish list?

@maybebaby (1231)
Canada
October 9, 2007 11:01pm CST
The next time I go book shopping I'm going to get Into the Wild and Almost Moon. They've been on my wish list for a little while now. What books are on your wish list? What would you like to buy/read next?
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• Philippines
10 Oct 07
i wish i have all the books regarding world war 2. I was introduced to this subject by a readers digest condensed book. i have been an addict since then and i began to stay in the history section of our main library for hours and hours reading world war 2 books. to the amazement of the librarians because at first they thought i was taking up history.,then they learned that i was an engineering student :) i used to wish that i have the money to buy all these books and build a library of my own..
@maybebaby (1231)
• Canada
10 Oct 07
There are lots of really good WW2 books out there. Some of the best are the holocaust books written by survivors. If you haven't read Night I strongly reccomend it. Great read and very quick too.
@mari_skye (1638)
• Philippines
10 Oct 07
Currently, I am looking for the first Jason Bourne book written by Robert Ludlum. You see, I was first introduced to Jason Bourne when the film adaptation was made. I love Matt Damon so I always see his movies. So when I saw that his film, The Bourne Identity was based on the novel, I wanted to read the book so that I can compare it with the movie. But then I never really got around to buying one. Then a few months back, I got to buy the third novel entitled "The Bourne Ultimatum". I enjoyed the book so much that I resolved to get all three of these Jason Bourne novels. I was lucky enough to have found the second Jason Bourne book entitled The Bourne Supremacy, and it was on sale! Imagine that??:P I was in high heavens when I found the book at half the price! So now, I am currently browsing the stores for a copy of "The Bourne Identity". I know it must sound weird for me to be reading the trilogy backwards, but hey, I guess it's worth it. The life of Jason Bourne is very intruiging.
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@maybebaby (1231)
• Canada
10 Oct 07
I haven't read any of the trilogy but a few of my friends have and they say that the books are amazing. It is funny that you're reading them backwards but obviously you're following the story just find so whatever works for you. Good luck getting a good price on the first book.
10 Oct 07
OMG I have a wish list with amazon that seems to go on and on and another with audible. I think the next book I buy though will be one of emotos water books I do love them I also want to get Sabrina Ward Harrisons new book. I love her journals very creative
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