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5 favortie book's
 

Yuurei from calgary, alberta, canada on 2001-07-17 10:35 [#00015758]



taking Walter's post the next step

5.The Thief's Journal - Jean Genet
4. A Perfect Day For Bananafish - J.D. Salinger
3.Pink: A Novel - Gus Van Sant
2. Neuromancer - William Gibson
1. The Catcher In The Rye - J.D. Salinger


 

Yuurei from calgary, alberta, canada on 2001-07-17 10:38 [#00015760]



Favourite ...sorry its almost 4am here so thats why the
mistake


 

walt from europe on 2001-07-17 11:04 [#00015773]



1.Jean Cocteau, Les Enfants Terribles
2.Albert Camus, The Stranger
3.Haruki Murakami, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
4.Iain M. Banks, Walking On Glass
5.J.D. Salinger, Catcher in the Rye

... only five? umm, there are some more favourite books of
mine, i think i just can't limit my list to five books...

6.Isaac Bashevis Singer. Enemies. A Love Story
7.Iain M. Banks. Inversions
8.Robert Musil, Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften
9.Jean-Paul Sartre. Nausea
10.Mikhail Bulgakov. The Master and Margarita
11.Henry Miller. Quiet Days in Clichy
12.Henry Miller. Nexus
13.Haruki Murakami. Underground
14.Iain M. Banks. Feersum Endjinn
15.Arthur Schnitzler. Traumnovelle
16.Isaac Bashevis Singer. Shosha
17.Mikhail Bulgakov. The White Guard
18.Milan Kundera. The Slowness
19.Iain Banks. The Bridge
20.Haruki Murakami. An Elephant Vanishes



 

Stone from Hell, U.S.A. on 2001-07-17 16:27 [#00015897]



Oh, good topic.

This is tough. I like sci fi a lot, the classics. Some
modern stuff too...

Childhoods End, Clarke
Stranger in a Strangeland, Heinlein
Slant, Greg Bear (excellent modern sci fi writer)
2001, Clarke
Foundation, Asimov

Plus a shitload of others...



 

\/\/ooƒerAttack³!!! from Milan on 2001-07-17 16:33 [#00015901]



I enjoy to read Charles Bukowski, his stories are
incredible.
\/\/ƒ


 

-a from ... on 2001-07-17 17:10 [#00015927]



1984: George Orwell
Red Dragon: Thomas Harris
Nine Stories: J.D. Salinger
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest: Ken Kesey
The Golden Bough: James G. Frazer


 

gotmeth? on 2001-07-17 21:10 [#00016008]



read any Chuck Palahniuk? that guy's books are fuckin
awesome!


 


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