Lenary wrote:If you're into deep philosophical stuff, try "the pig that wants to be eaten" it's a book of 100 philisophical problems that are very interesting. it might be a small book, but you'll be occupied for ages.
Sandry wrote:Bless you, Briareos.
Oregonaut wrote:Briareos is my new bestest friend.
Plumadore wrote:Books with wit and general humour are the most appealing to me
Mother Superior wrote:brakos82 wrote:Any of Dan Brown's novels are great for mystery readers.
But bad for people who enjoy good books. Or half-decent books.
Caudebac wrote:Twilight's good for rotting your brain. For maximum rottage, I'd suggest skipping ahead and reading the last book in the series.
Proverbs 9:7-8 wrote:Anyone who rebukes a mocker will get an insult in return. Anyone who corrects the wicked will get hurt. So don't bother correcting mockers; they will only hate you.
michaelandjimi wrote:Oh Mr Gojoe
I won't make fun of your mojo.
Though in this fora I serenade you
I really only do it to aid you.
*Various positive comments on your masculinity
That continue on into infinity*
Feeble accompanying guitar.
But... but.. it's so brilliant!chevalier wrote:I'm not sure I'd recommend Alice in Wonderland...
Osha wrote:Foolish Patriarchy! Your feeble attempts at social pressure have no effect on my invincible awesomeness! Bwahahahaa
diotimajsh wrote:But... but.. it's so brilliant!chevalier wrote:I'm not sure I'd recommend Alice in Wonderland...
chevalier wrote:diotimajsh wrote:But... but.. it's so brilliant!chevalier wrote:I'm not sure I'd recommend Alice in Wonderland...
I just don't think it would be a good recommendation for a pre-teen (though i dont think the age has been determined?). It's one of those books that you only really appreciate when you're older, in my opinion.
cathrl wrote:I read all of them and enjoyed them way before I was a teen, but when I read them again as an adult, I saw a whole new layer there.
Chevalier's definition of "not for a pre-teen" seems to encompass many of my 9 year old's current favourites. YMMV, of course.
chevalier wrote:Of course, my opinion is most likely biased; I worked for Border's bookstore for years and was often disappointed with the pathetically few number of younger individuals who read strictly for pleasure.
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