tiny wrote:The close second is 'Das Parfum' (perfume) by Patrick Süskind.
Again I love the exotic, anachronistic style. The characters are funny for the most part, and Jean-Baptiste Grenouille is glorious. He is so utterly, totally and abolutely different in his motivs from an average character/human. And his story has an unhappy ending.
The movie is the shitties shit I have ever seen. It completely misses the point of the story and is just wrong in so many ways.
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The Redwall series by Brian Jacques used to be on the list, but I've been less than pleased with the last few, and I just don't feel the need to keep track of them anymore.
Sjonyonye wrote:That said, all you should read The Phantom Tollbooth, and give it to any child who enjoys ridiculous plays on words.
Sjonyonye wrote:That... is pretty darn neat. Due to this instance of synchronicity, and the fact that the book sounds awesome anyway (and the cover rules), I am now going to read the Illuminatus Trilogy.
Nexus_1101 wrote:I read so many books a could not pick a fav.
But proberbly the ones that I have read the most would be "the grail quest" series by bernard Corwell (he also wrote the SHARPE books)
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