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23 May 2010, 12:26 AM   #1
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Last edited by Oroborus21, 23 May 2010
Once a long time ago, I made a list of all of the books that I own and it was I think
interesting. I think I will do it again soonish for fun.

I think it would be interesting too to see what other club members have in their own
personal libraries. So if you get a free afternoon why not catalog what you have?

Make a list of the books you own. Not all thats in your house or owned by your whole
family, just the books you can say are your own books.

The list should include the title, author, and if you wanted to, you could also include
the publication date, page count and genre.

23 May 2010, 01:32 AM   #2
Joined: 23 May 2010
Posts: 1

I'm only going to put my favorites(:

(These are not in any order)

-A Wolf At The Table by: Augusten Burroughs. 4/5 stars
Page count: 251. 
One of the critics write:
   "With his new book, Burroughs breaks our hearts. Big time...
A Wolf at the Table skillfully reminds us that the past never goes away. 
It's in our blood"

-Wake by: Lisa McMann 4.5/5 stars
Page count: 210
This book is the first book in the Wake Trilogy.
What I say:
I couldn't put this book down. It made me just want to keep reading it!
(This book has a lot of cursing in it)

-Fade by: Lisa McMann 5/5 stars
Page count: 247
This is the second book in the Wake Trilogy 
What I say:
This book had MUCH more action AND romance in it. Such a good sequel(:
(This book has a lot of cursing in it)

-A Dog's Life by: Ann M. Martin 5/5 stars
Page count: 179
What I say:
This book is one of the first books I ever fully LOVED.
.This book is an autobiography of a stray.

-The Green Class Sea by: Ellen Klages 3.5/5 stars
Page count: 318
What a critic said:
"A warmhearted book that handles gently
 and wisely the pain of being an outsider 
and the difficult joys of making a friend..... 
The moral resonance of the story is subtle and haunting"

-Hatchet by: Gary Paulsen 5/5 stars
Page count: 195
What I say:
This book is also one of my favorites.
This is one of my favorite authors of all time(: 
It is a very touching story and breaks your heart.

-Cut by: Patricia McCormick 3.5/5 stars
Page count: 151
What I say:
This book is about cutting.
 A good book to read if you do cut.

-Speak by: Laurie Halse Anderson 5/5 stars
Page count: 197
What I say:
This book is of a girl who has depression.
She got raped by this male while she was in 8th grade but she never told anyone
And the guy she goes to school with and he still taunts her.
It is a very well written book and I love the story line.

23 May 2010, 02:17 AM   #3
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cut by patricia McCormick is really a touching book.
i can so relate to callie.......
feeling so shut up and afraid.

31 May 2010, 10:49 PM    #4
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I think it might take more than an afternoon... for my books at least....

but should we include manga? or only novels and such?
ad what about magazines?

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