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Let me just say what this page is...
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Submitted By pocketMAD on 12/08/07
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This page is for people who love literture. Books like 1984, Lord of the Flies, Cloud Atlas, and any other meaningful novel out there.
 
The title, Enablers of Literature, is about the addiction of reading books. An enabler is someone who gives the addict the substance that he is addicticted to. The rest is self-explanatory.
 
I have a specific idea on how everything will be posted.
 
The title will be misc. You can write whatever you want there. The Description, however, is where you will write all the books you will be talking about.
 
In the text, you will write your name and under it, the date.
 
For example,
Title: Books that I bought
Description: 1984, Cloud Atlas
Text:
 
ACC_Mad
Tuesday, Augest 7th, 2012
 
[insert text here]
 
__________________________
 
 
I hope you enjoy!
 

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Re: Let me just say what this page is...
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/08/08 - 19:44 GMT
OOOOOHF YOU HOST THIS BETTER THAN I DO oh come on you're putting me out of business!!!

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I bet Don Quixote would looove this group!
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Re: Let me just say what this page is...
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/08/14 - 19:19 GMT
I don't really have time to write an entire book summary here, but I have a recommendation... :P
 
I recently read a book called "La Nuit Des Temps", which left me absolutely stunned. The writing is beautiful, the theme is amazing, I believe it's probably the best book I've ever read.
 
Being bilingual, I read this book in French... But I believe it's called "The Ice People" in English. It's written by an author called "René
Barjavel", one of the best post-modern French writers in the world.
 
 
I'm not sure you're quite of the age to read it yet, you may struggle if you don't have a very good reading age, and I'm not sure thirteen is quite old enough...
But if you have a good reading age then go for it! :) If not, I would recommend you read it in a few years, so you'll be able to fully appreciate the style.


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