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yunimaria - 07/08/2011 12:37 PM
#21

I love reading book.
Here are some books I read:
- Agatha Christie's books: Poirot, Ms. Marple,
- Dan Brown's: Deception Point, Angel and Demon, The Lost Symbol, Digital Fortress
- Harry Potter series
- Diary of A Wimpy Kid series (lol)
- and many more.. \)
L2F007060 - 07/08/2011 11:18 PM
#22

try to read "Bartimaeus Trilogy" Yb

it has awesome story on it...
alicenbunny - 08/08/2011 04:49 PM
#23

too many to mention, but here are some of my favorites:
Stephen King:
Insomnia
The Shining
Skeleton Crew
The Dark Half
Dolores Umbridge
Firestarter
E.B White: Charlotte's Web
Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights
J.K Rowling: Harry Potter series
Michael Chabon: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
Paulo Coelho: The Alchemist
Thomas Keneally: Towards Asmara
Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice

as you can see, i'm in love with King's books. almost all of them are thriller and mystery. he is an amazing author. i love the way he presents the plot of the stories and the twisted ending that i can never guess.

but currently, i have been reading The Rainmaker by John Grisham.
this one is a page turner. i like it \)
FiieeT - 11/08/2011 08:52 PM
#24

four series of tetralogy of Laskar Pelangi by Andrea Hirata
Laskar Pelangi
Sang PEmimpi
Edensor
Maryamah Karpov
pinterpijitplus - 12/08/2011 11:43 AM
#25

currently working on Chuck Palahniuk's Novel
FukuneNarukara - 12/08/2011 10:37 PM
#26

I read :
"Physics of the Impossible" by Michio Kaku
"The Elegant Universe" by Brian Greene
"The Fabric of Cosmos" by Brian Greene
"Parallel Worlds" by Michio Kaku
"Physics of the Future" by Michio Kaku

Attention! Those books are advanced physics books.
vasily13 - 13/08/2011 11:53 AM
#27

I've just read Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides.
Eugenides is a very very good author. I really like his style in narrating a story. His characters are dazzling in great detail. You should try this one. iloveindonesias
edvil - 14/08/2011 04:39 AM
#28

recently, i love reading jostein gaarder's and paulo coelho's.
greenkornet - 14/08/2011 03:28 PM
#29

The latest book i've read is :


Who Moved My Cheese?

This is very recomended book for the one that really want to understand what's the meaning of change.

This book, tell you in the best way to understand change by reading the story about 4 character that chase their cheese. Their cheese could be love, social, family, or career. This book is easy read, and good for children until adult. Everybody, can practice the change in their life in the easy way.

I got this book from my brother that travel abroad, but, last time i saw this book on Gramed matraman. For further information, this is the website : http://www.whomovedmycheese.com/

Also found on scribd : http://www.scribd.com/doc/491772/Who-Moved-My-Cheese

But, the english version is better I think Yb
pinterpijitplus - 14/08/2011 06:15 PM
#30

anyone read Fight Club novel?
bangedi - 16/08/2011 05:00 PM
#31

I never read comics or novels. I prefer reading English teaching books, such as:


[*]Grammar Books
[*]Teaching Skills books

tida - 16/08/2011 05:06 PM
#32

Quote:
Original Posted By bangedi
I never read comics or novels. I prefer reading English teaching books, such as:


[*]Grammar Books
[*]Teaching Skills books



Literally never? Wow!
:selamat
goodluckchuck - 16/08/2011 05:34 PM
#33

the curious case of benjamin button
icapeah - 29/08/2011 08:33 AM
#34

I've just red about the english language book, yes because i'm an english teacher \) What books have you read?
Deepblueaqua - 29/08/2011 06:17 PM
#35

so far in this month,i read:

- pocongkgg juga pocongk >- finally i got this book! D
- The Lost Symbol, by Dan Brown
- Everything is illuminated, by Jonathan Safran Foer >- i found this book on my older sister's book drawer. the content and language of this book is a little "hard" hammer:
- 5 cm, by Donny Dhirgantoro
- The Five People You Meet In Heaven, by Mitch Albom
- The New Life, by Orhan Pamuk
- The Witch Of Portobello, by Paulo Coelho
topibasah - 31/08/2011 02:52 PM
#36

I've never read any book, because I didn't have money malu . I get information about health, education, lifestyle, etc from some websites.
I'm sorry because of my bad english
MenyaLa - 02/09/2011 03:09 AM
#37

I've read many books except novel p
My fav book is manga lol What books have you read?
FaizWktRehat - 02/09/2011 03:00 PM
#38

I just now read Diary of a Wimpy Kid Novel by Jeff Kinney! This can't make you stop laughing What books have you read?
rismagranger - 02/09/2011 05:41 PM
#39

only twilight that I read in english version o
lacerateswine - 02/09/2011 07:39 PM
#40

Just bought "Emma" by Jane Austen. I was going to look for "Persuasion" but can't find it, so bought this one instead.

This is my fourth Jane Austen novel after PnP, SnS, and Mansfield Park. Anyone got any recommendation for books similar like this?
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