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The curse of chalion. Sadly, the series takes a gradual down turn in quality after the first book. But the first book is so well put together with only one minor plot hole that I could find.Wizards first rule. Also sadly, the series takes a turn downward, but not nearly as gradual.. book 1 is probably in the top three things I've ever read. Book 2 is mediocre. Book three borders on bad and then everything book 4 and beyond is trash. Then, i think around book 6 or 7 the bottom fell out and it is absent basic coherence from there.As for a third I think I'm going to have to go with Sunshine by Robin McKinley. I don't know why, but I read it like 50 times.
Sunshine is one of my favorites too! I enjoy reading it a lot, each time feels like first
Hm. You might like curse of chalion, then. Same sort of tone, but sadly no vampires..
'As You Like It' by William Shakespeare'The Way of the World' by William Congreve'Pride and Prejudice' by Jane Austen'Jane Eyre' by Charlotte Bronte
OMG! all are my favorites!
Oh. 😊That's nice.
Do you like Madam bovery
@PineTops It's Gustave Flaubert's masterpiece!
What are your favorites Suzy?
•"The definitive book of body language" by Alan and Barbara Pease.•"Les Misérables" by Victor Hugo.•"The red book" by Carl GostavYoung.
The first I read it recently after you recommended it, it was worth it Les misérables I grew up reading it over & over again, Just PERFECT.The third I haven't read it yet but it' definitely on my "to read later" list
I recommend you to reread the parts from "The definitive book of body language" that you feel that you are forgetting , that's how i am mastering this book.
Divine Comedy St. Augustine's Confessions ( he is Algerian btw)Of mice and men
I only know "La Divina Commedia" other two never heard of them
Confessions has significant importance for medieval history and Christian/Catholic history. Of mice and men, is a Steinback book, it's a novel about men working out west around at the beginning of the 20th century.
Smith & Wesson (Alessandro Baricco)Economic Problems of socialism in the USSR (Joseph Stalin)Metro 2033 (Dmitry Glukhovsky)
what's smith & wesson about? I couldn't find it online
Three people, Smith, Wesson and Rachel who have unfulfilling lives with their own reasons decide to help Rachel survive Niagara Falls by putting her in a barrel and having her fall in it.
Sounds dumb. No waterfalls.
Its always better to judge the book after having read it than by reading a very short summary of it.
Rachel survives right?
People have survived.
I'm sure they have, but Rachel does. The book is set in the 1920s and Rachel pulled that stunt to create publicity, as she works for some American journal, to show that women can create good articles too, since there was nothing interesting there at the time, just a waterfall. The book is about feminism but its also realistic, which is why she dies disfigured.Honestly, it's an ok book.
The discourses by Niccolo Machiavelli Eaters of the dead by Michael Crichton Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
Corbet's Principles of Maritime Strategy and Anthology of Western Civilization.
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