Avid reader, beginning to dabble in the noble art of writing.
- Guimarães, Portugal
- member since March 4, 2009
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Obrigado, também tens uma muito boa estante!
O Purple Color ainda não o li, mas está na minha "wishlist", como muitos dos livros na minha estante.
Quando falas em clássicos a que te referes? Posso-te falar por exemplo da Eneida de Vergilio, livro que adorei e é um dos meus favoritos.
Edmund White não conheço, que livro me recomendas; e já que estamos numa de recomendações :) recomendo-te "A Ponte sobre o Drina" de Ivo Andric. A ponte é um pretexto para Andric contar as histórias dos habitantes e da cidade de Visengrad, na Bósnia, muito Bom!!
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Keta Diablo, erotic romance and gay fiction author
Welcome to the group based on the book 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die.
There is a general explanation of the group under the discussion thread GROUP GUIDELINES.
The books of the month (BOTM) that the group is reading are pinned to the top. June’s BOTM are The God of Small Things by Roy, Wide Sargasso Sea by Rhys and Midnight’s Children by Rushdie. The choices for the BOTM for July are posted, please join in choosing next month’s book(s).
We are also starting something new. It will be a Long Read consisting of books from the list that are greater than a 1000 pages. The group will be starting with War and Peace by Tolstoy which will be a May, June, July read.
Yeah, if it's just little things then I can ignore it but definitly not to the extent that Anne Rice has started using, even starting with Memnoch the Devil. I started Memnoch but I just couldn't get into it because there was so much emphasis on the religous element.
Awesome! That was one of my favorite things about Lost Souls! XD Are you into anime at all?
Yeah, I guess we have to respect it but it's just so disappointing! I don't know about you but the religous stuff really turns me off from books. Especially since I really like the man love like with Poppy Z. Brite's work. I assume from your comment that you do to?
Really? Can you think of anything that happened in the book because I've read the first four of the vampire chronicles, they kind of start to go down hill after that.
Unfortunatly she did turn catholic :( and she said she would never write about vampires or witches or anything like that again. It's so disapointing! Here check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJfN05lY1TY
Maybe you should try finding the rest at a used bookstore, I think the series is worth it if you liked the first three well enough.
You mean Interview With the Vampire? Aw I'm sad you didn't like it lok I loved that book, it's one of my favorites! I hated Claudia though and I was really glad when she died. Did you only read the first book? In the next few there is actually some man love XD lol. Anne Rice was awesome until recently when she decided she was catholic again and that she was only going to write about Jesus's life.