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  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by "felt[b
    The Da Vinci Code[/b] Dan Brown - My guilty read of 2004. Trashy novel but highly enjoyable.

    **BOOKS I DIDN'T FINISH**
    My Life Bill Clinton

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    Ditto for me on both accounts.

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    I read a whole bunch of books in 2004, but stupidly didn't bother to keep track of them all. To name a few:
    Wuthering Heights - Emily Brontë
    A Tale of Two Cities - Charles Dickens
    The Lunatic Cafe - Laurell K. Hamilton
    The Once and Future King - T.H. White
    The Winter King- Bernard Cornwell

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    If Chins Could Kill Confessions of a B-Movie Actor: Bruce Campbell Autobiography

    Zombie Survival Guide - Max Brooks

    Invisible Monster - Chuck Palahiuk

    Kick Me - Paul Feig

    Bust: New Girl Order - Debbie Stoller

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    I usually try to read it...if I can't I donate it to a thrift shop or the laundrymat.

    I did not read all that much this year. Let's see:

    "Diary" by Chuck Palahuniak
    "Invisible Monsters" " "
    "The Territory of Men" Joelle Frasier
    "Hammer of the Gods" Led Zeppelin bio
    "Tarantula" Bob Dylan
    "A Clockwork Orange" Burgess
    "Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll" Eric Bagosian
    "This Wheel's on Fire" Levon Helm
    "Free the Animals" Ingrid Newark

    I am currently reading "Valley of the Dolls" which I found at Amvets...just for the fun of it.

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    My Favorites of '04

    Les Miserables: Victor Hugo (My absolute favorite book now. Read it 6 times in 6 months.)
    Wuthering Heights: Emily Bronte (Amazing love story. Classic fiction is so underrated these days.)
    What’s Eating Gilbert Grape: Peter Hedges (If you liked the movie, read the book. Hedges' writing is awesome.)
    White Oleander: Janet Fitch (I couldn't stop reading this. The story is different, but good, and the book is eleven times better than the movie.)

    I read quite a few books this year, and hated most of them, but then again, I'm picky. However, these books were more than worthwhile. Les Miserables: beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorax_moondog
    If Chins Could Kill Confessions of a B-Movie Actor: Bruce Campbell Autobiography
    I just read this. I love Bruce Campbell but man, that guy is a terrible writer.

    I read about 40 books in '04, so I won't list em all, but here's the ones I especially enjoyed:

    The man who walks - Alan Warner
    Natasha's dance: a cultural history of Russia - Orlando Figes
    Don't lets go to the dogs tonight - Alexandra Fuller
    How de body?: hope and horror in Sierra Leone - Teun Voeten
    Round Ireland with a fridge - Tony Hawks
    Savage beauty - Nancy Milford

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    Hi,
    I just started a topic on book blogs so I hope I'm not being redundant. I was hoping those of us that keep online book journals could post them there. I can't read fast enough to read all the books I want to, so I love to hear other opinions and recommendations so I can choose amongst the huge selection out there. When I was little, it was my goal to read all the books at my local public library. It wasn't very big, so I might have had a chance if I had stopped buying books. I did make a big indent on the YA section though!

    As far as what you all have been reading: I am so looking forward to my chapters order of "The Birth of Venus". Looks so good. I enjoyed "The Secret History" but I can understand why others might not like it. I really liked how each word was so precise. I didn't particularly like any of the characters, but was blown away by Tartt's actual writing.

    I'm keeping a journal because I've lost some of my memory due to a bad prescription drug. This is the only way I can keep track of the books I like, and would recommend to others.


 
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