Where's My Jetpack? by Daniel H. wilson P.H.D. a testament to all that cool stuff science fiction promised but never eventuate. Find out just why you don't currently own the ultimate in tranportation the jetpack. It also shows us how far of the still developing technologies are and what you could do to bring about the future we all surely want. An excellent companion to the Author's How to Survive a Robot Uprising.
My favorite book is The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux. It's a masterpiece, in my opinion. It made me feel so much for Erik le Fantome, the titular character. It profoundly affected me.
Some other favorite books of mine are In Cold Blood by Truman Capote and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling. Those are the ones that come to mind quickest. Right now I'm reading Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevksy as summer reading for my AP English Literature class, and it's a very good book too.
hmmm...some of my favourites would be:
the wheel of time series
a hat full of sky
harry potter series
tales of the wyrd museum
7 great wonders of the world series
wind on fire trilogy
his dark materials trilogy
just in case
and another series by katherine roberts-including dark quetzal,crystal mask...ive forgotten what the series is called.
HARRY POTTER!!!!! I've read the series I don't know how many times now, but I still love 'em! Number 7's incredible!
Eragon and Eldest Oh my God wow! I was so amazed by these 2 books that I can't wait for the third one to come out. Anyone know when it's coming out, oir even if it's out already?
The Wee Free Men I lol'd a lot at this.
The His Dark Materials Trilogy I loved these books and I just don't know why. I like the idea that we all have an animal in us that reflects our personalities. I want to know what mine would be...
The Trilogy of Five (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and so on) Heh, the first four are really good and funny, but then Douglas Adams had to go and snuff it before he finished the last book, which was consequently crap.
I am currently reading "The Stand" by Stephen King, and I got to say this book is a great Horror book. I am only to the part where Larry Underwood, is got reunited with Rita in the Lincohn tunnel. So i still have alot to go.
The Hobbit hands down i've never read a better book.
"Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer,
but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past.
Let us accept our own responsibility for the future." - John F. Kennedy
I particularly like the Star Wars books, mostly the ones after Return of the Jedi timeline wise. Right now I'm reading the Legacy of the Force series and waiting for the next book. I also like the Harry Potter books, but not as much as I used to. Some of them in the middle of the series have things that annoy me so much I get a headache. Ender's Game was good as well, I only picked it up because I kept hearing about how good it was.