Apollyon wrote:Maverick wrote:Tolkien. The old stuff.
So which part of the History of Middle Earth are you reading?
Quantumsurfer wrote:I couldn't possibly fit all the books I like here. There was a Facebook thing going around where folks were supposed to list their top ten books. I couldn't do it. Until fairly recently, I've been an avid reader. So let's go for current.
Natalya wrote:What's that? I can't hear you over the sound of how banned you are.
Quantumsurfer wrote: I haven't gotten around to starting it yet, though, because I'm in the middle of the newest Ranger's Apprentice book by John Flanagan. It's technically a young adult series but I place it overall as one of my "favorites." It's a smooth and relatable fantasy experience. Well ordered with very likable protagonists. I finished the second book in the Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss a couple of weeks ago. Very solid fantasy with exceptional characterization.
samuelzz10 wrote:I really liked the first Ranger's Apprentice book, but when I started reading the second book the guy's trainer was actually nice/forgiving to the protagonist, it just didn't seem right. So I didn't continue reading the series, but I feel like I should someday.
Itxi wrote:My favourite book so far has to be life of pi, still haven't seen the film, and kind of don't want to because I feel it wouldn't do the book justice. It just caught me completely off-guard
Whiteagle wrote:Itxi wrote:My favourite book so far has to be life of pi, still haven't seen the film, and kind of don't want to because I feel it wouldn't do the book justice. It just caught me completely off-guard
He was the TIGER THE WHOLE TIME!!!
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