Starts Amphi campaign for favourite book

Discussion in 'Big Brother Guys' started by darth_boy, Jul 11, 2007.

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  1. darth_boy Jedi Master

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    Chairman Mao's Little Red Book

    u scurred?



    hahahaha

    *drop bombs 1000 PMs*




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  2. Souderwan Force Ghost

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    Animal Farm. Amazingly relevant in the US lately...
  3. darth_boy Jedi Master

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    great book.

    My top 3 books in no order
    the hobbit
    the shadow of the wind
    *random Harry Potter*
  4. Souderwan Force Ghost

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    My top three books (assuming we're talking about fiction here):


    Animal Farm
    Ender's Game
    Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy

  5. Darth Guy Chosen One

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    Oh crap, concerning Ender's Game, it's one of my favorite novels, and I think Orwell is a great author.

    [face_worried]
  6. Souderwan Force Ghost

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    Why is that an "Oh crap"? :confused:
  7. Darth Guy Chosen One

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    I share interests with you!
  8. Souderwan Force Ghost

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    Haha! This is a bad thing? Why? Because our politics are so different?
  9. Darth Guy Chosen One

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    My reasons don't have to be rational. [face_not_talking]
  10. Souderwan Force Ghost

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    Haha! Very well, then. As long as you realize it. :p

  11. GIMER Manager Emeritus

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    Ender's Game is gold.
    I love Card's writing and interesting stories.
    Bean's story was very interesting too.
  12. Suzuki_Akira Force Ghost

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    The entire Ender's series is just done extraordinarily rare. It never comes across as "science fiction", although the premises give that impression. In the end they are stories about people, collections of people so intelligent that they are interesting but ignorant enough to be relatable, burdened with so much as to excite you but human enough to buckle under the weight, clever enough to keep dialogue crisp but lax enough to cause damage with their words unintentionally. Card FTW
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