Anything by Stephan King. Horror and thriller novles get me and his style of writing is waht I admire. He writes through they eyes of any character and uses subtle hints about the personality of the character. I've been reading The Stand for quite a while as the book is pretty damn long.
-Circle of Magic, Circle Reforged, Circle..err, the third one?
-The Alchemist's Son
-Series of Unfortunate Events
-Lord of the Rings
-Louis Sachar's Books
-Lost Years of Merlin
-Great Tree of Avalon
-Keys to the Kingdom
-Monster Blood Tattoo
-Books of Ember
-Er..there were some books by the name of "The High King" , and "Black Cauldron" , and "Book of Three" can't remember the name of the series, and the same author had another book about some Prince and him giving gifts...
Those were the ones off the top of my head
I'm kind of hoping to expand my borders onto other books beside fiction and fantasy ones...
What!! No reference to The Meq whatsoever! :mad: heheheheheh No big. The Meqis my favorite book, though.
Fire is the last key to domination for Shadow.
Shadow has taken Earth, Stone, Water, Ice, and Air.
To keep hope alive, Fire flees.
That is where the true adventure begins. This is the Legend of Maru Nui.
Lord Of The Rings
David Eddings Books
Devil May Cry
V For Vendetta
Devil May Cry
Full Metal Alchemist
Ghost in the Shell
uh thats about all i can think of right now.
God's in his Heaven, All's right with the world
The bird of Hermes is my name, eating my wings to make me tame
Vi Veri Venivursum Vivus Vici - By the power of Truth I while living, Have Conquered the Universe
Peace shall be restored with this sword, the harmful shall be purified by our righteous methods, I am godís messenger, and Iím the one who carries out Heavenís punishments
Harry Potter series, especially #3. Whenever i read those books i feel so at home...nostalgic, i guess.
1984....oh, how it still haunts me....such a traumatizing book. how i love it! Seriously, this is one everyone should read (this and Brave New World), because once you read it, you will see this stuff happening everywhere. Oppression, propaganda, corruption, torture, brainwashing, war, an omnipotent government ...what a fun book! Yay!
Farenheit 451....just love those nighmarish, futuristic tales.
a Clockwork Orange. brainwashing is horrifying....and so naturally im facinated with it.
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Its great because not only is every scene ludicrious, but every sentence is absurd! great to read when im bored at work.
anything by David Sedaris (Naked, Me Talk Pretty One Day, Dress Your Family in Courderoy and Denim...i know there are others) he is so funny and smart.