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    The Grapes of Wrath :zzz:

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    The Great Gatsby.

    I read it because I had to, plus it was an easy read, bleh, not that awesome at all.

    I don't read books I don't enjoy, therefore I don't really understand the concept of this thread.

    I usually know within the first couple pages if I'm gonna like an author/book.

    So... yeah.

    I am sorry, but 'The Great Gatsby' is almost perfect. It is a short story long, with all its merits and very, very few flaws.

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    The Talented Mr. Ripley.

    I may just end up selling it, because it's a pain to read. Probably written by an istp.

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    "Mysterious Monoments" by Texe Marrs. I bought it thinking, oh, maybe this is something that actually seriously categorises the topic but it's just a bunch of random clippings. E.g. Here's Kevin Spacey making the sign of the devil, and here's American beauty queen also making same sign but she's a good Christian girl so when she does it, it's ok. I felt really silly and I returned it and got my money back.
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    For all the people longing for a disappointing read: a story I write when I was seven years old. It's about vampires. I translated it, but I kept the spelling and grammar mistakes.

    The horrorcastle
    in the horrorcastle a ladie is running.
    help! help!, she screams.
    a ghost, a bloodghost!
    then a drakula came.
    bite! he got her.
    mmm..., the drakula thought.
    the ladie is dead.
    there comes a fake drakula!
    the real drakula disappears.
    but the fake drakula can still hear him.
    hahaha!, the real drakula thinks.
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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