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dianyadira posts on 5/20/2008 11:36:37 PM
Has anyone read THE DEVILS ARITHMATIC? I read it about 7 years ago but I reread it like an hour ago. It is very captivating! that would be crazy if something along those lines actually happened.
Ashley posts on 5/20/2008 10:10:28 PM
yeah that was a little too much and btw no one asked you about your accomplishments. This is a friendly message board there is no need to be hostile. just like you were able to voice your opinion so was she.
GraceKelly posts on 5/19/2008 6:26:49 PM
Wow Karenerie if anyone's being an idiot it's you. she was just posting an opinion. now take the stick out of you butt and relax.
If anyone's looking for good books i suggest reading the books from Sarah Dessen, Scott Westerfeld, and Meg Cabot. they are funny and thrilling!
marissa posts on 5/19/2008 9:35:01 AM
I agree, you don't even know her and to write something like that is pretty horrible
dianyadira posts on 5/19/2008 12:08:48 AM
Wow that was horrible!! People post their book suggestians all the time. You didn't need to be incredibly rude to that girl! I loved those books as well, and I respect everyones views about them. You don't have to be accomplished to read and like. You said that girl may be twelve, but you displayed the most childish of acts...
Karenerie posts on 5/12/2008 5:04:40 PM
Nadia, you are officially the dumbest person I have ever had the misfortune of seeing posting on this or any message board. What are you, you stupid C! 12? You shouldn't be staying up that late you idiotic bi-atch. And even if you're older, and it's not that bad to not get any sleep, you should seriously consider just NOT talking anymore. Quite posting. Just stop. You are that incoherently retarded, and dumb that you'd be doing us all a favor if you would just silence your stupid babbling and relieve me of the pain of having to read another one of your posts. Who asked you for book suggestions? hm? That was the first really stupid thing you did. And no one cares about your stupid manga and movie. Sure you said sorry for that but that doesn't excuse you from the fact that you wrote it! And then you actually decided to insult Gemma and one of my favorite book series of all time. What... the... hell... Seriously. What do you know you incredibly unintelligent bane on the human existence? Gemma wasn't annoying at all. None of the characters were annoying because they're all wonderful. Of course I wouldn't expect you to know that considering how just plain stupid you are. Did you get an education? Or I'm sorry I forgot. You probably say it "edumacation" don't you? You're so dumb it's funny. How could you actually think you could come on here posing as another book-lover like me (I wrote my first novel when I was 4, and it was on stuff in politics and it was pretty interesting actually, and I can also draw really well, I sing like an angel that's what people tell me, I can play 7 musical instruments, and I've been in 15 commercials- that is what I am, an actual accomplished person) and proceed to annoyingly go on about your probably really bad stupid books, and then to insult one of my favorite books and book characters. Wow. You really are an idiotic retard. You do realize everyone on here hates you.
Rachel D. posts on 5/12/2008 3:19:17 PM
I did get kind of annoyed with Gemma, especially since she was using the magic so frivolously. She didn't seem to value it anymore, and she was throwing a lot of things away.
Nadia posts on 5/12/2008 2:09:30 AM
Has anyone read The host yet?
By stephenie Meyer? She wrote Twilight and whatnot. The library at my boarding school just got a copy and I just checked it out. I was just wondering if anyone that has read it thought it was any good.
Book(s) I'm reading now: Beastly by Alex Flinn
(Really creative take on beauty and the beast.)
A lot of manga... heh... death note anyone? I'm going to see the life action movie in theaters when they show it. Being featured two days only... *sigh* that is if someone will go with me... Anyways sorry. I spaced a little there. I'm also reading a bunch of Poe, and this book called death in Shanghai... it's pretty awesome for someone who's never read much non-fiction before. Oh yeah. And I can't stop re-reading The Sight, and Fell by David Clement-Davies. I LOVE those books. They're amazing. Especially The Sight. No seriously. Take my word for it. It's great. It's an added bonus if you like animal related stories or wolves but even if you don't it's interesting enough to keep you reading. Um... I guess I should warn you against it sort of if you're extra sensitive to "sad" endings. Yes it was pretty sad... but see. The thing is the book could not have possibly ended any other way and have been as brilliant as it was. So it needed to end sad. =) But maybe that's just me and my freaky morbid sad things loving self... anyways if you want a book suggestion and you haven't already tried reading it read that book. It rocks, and it's fantasy entwined. Plus it takes place in awesome medieval Transylvania and so... yeah.
O_O Ok I'm sorry... I needed to push that book onto someone soon or I was going to burst. ... I also think I really need to get a life...
I'm also sorry for any of that, that was hard to read. I'm a stupid and extra incoherent typist sometimes. Especially at late hours... O_O... I mean early early hours of the... morning? night? eh? bye now...
Oh shoot! I forgot. The sweet far thing. I do I have something to say about that. Did anyone else here get really, really annoyed with Gemma during the book? Not really so much at the beginning, but in that middle part... you know? The part where she was all PO at Kartik, and the whole world for being unfair to her or something and she was constantly complaining about how hard it was for her to have powers and how no one liked her, and how she was all alone and had no friends, and yada yada blah blah blah? Yes. That part. Did anyone else here want to strangle her during that period in the book? I did and it wasn't pretty. I seriously was frothing at the mouth I was that annoyed with her. She did get much better after she made up with Kartik and actually started doing something productive to help out with what she was supposed to be helping out with all along. I liked her again then. So yep. That's my Gemma Doyle series related question of the day. By the way. I'm not new here. I just haven't posted in a really long time. So none of you probably know me. Well nice to meet all you fellow smart book people. =) @_@
karah posts on 4/30/2008 3:08:02 PM
the maximum Ride series by James Patterson really rocks too its about teenage mutant kids . It is really good.
caitlyn posts on 4/28/2008 11:42:10 AM
you know I saw those blue blood books and I thought about reading them, they are on my books to read list, thanks.
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