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Old 07-Sep-09, 04:00   #1
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Talking Đeath By ßooks Club ♥♥♥

Big Hello to all my Nerdy Friends and Members
I&I and Meso decided to initiate this ♥ Đeath By ßooks ♥ Club /Cafe to share with you our most loved books.
Reading is an addiction that can lead to Death
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Old 07-Sep-09, 04:03   #2
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Old 07-Sep-09, 04:16   #3
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My 1st and most Favorite Book is

Tuesdays with Morrie
An old man, a young man and life's greatest lesson


I Enjoyed this book so much, it made me laugh, cry, and it touched me soo deep, and most important of all, i learned life's greatest lesson

For those of you who would like to Purchase it, i say it's worth it
and for those who want to read it online, i give you this

http://www.scribd.com/doc/5389693/Tu...h-Morrie-ebook





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Old 07-Sep-09, 04:31   #4
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Thanks Dolly

Here is my fav book of all time:

The Prophet by Khalil Gibran



This is such a beautiful book about a prophet that passes by a city. He gives his words of wisdom to the people of that city. The words are so beautiful and that metaphors used are just magical. The first time I read it I was so moved by the words that I started crying at some parts. Oh did I mention that I was reading this book on the bus? People were giving me sorry looks
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Old 07-Sep-09, 05:00   #5
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The Red Tent
BY: Anita Diamant


A Lovely fully discriptive and very engaging story about a Daughter name "Dinah" whom the bible claim was Prophet Jacob's Daughter (although am not
sure i ever read he had a daughter).. The Book as told by "Dinah" Reveals traditions and turmoils of ancient womanhood...prepare to cry your sockets out



Note:
Please do not recommend this book for your Minor Kids, some chapters include explicit sexuality.
(18 and over)

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Old 07-Sep-09, 07:06   #6
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This is such a great idea Irei




I love this post


if you can modify the title to read both in Arabic and English, that would be great (unless the book club is for English books only)

I love it anyways, let me put my stars on it
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Old 07-Sep-09, 16:06   #8
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This is such a great idea Irei




I love this post


if you can modify the title to read both in Arabic and English, that would be great (unless the book club is for English books only)

I love it anyways, let me put my stars on it

Hey Hey Hey Suga Spice Miss you

You can add arabic books no problem, i have few arabic books to add myself
I don't mind asking one of the MOD. to modify the title....but you translate it

Ok so who should we pick on for this title mission .. hmmmm.. lets pick on a new MOD .....Dr_MOE? or Philosophy or Alsamha .. or AK
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Old 07-Sep-09, 16:19   #10
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I'M Currently reading a Novel called Cat's Eye By: Margaret Atwoodit's about 600 pages i read just a lil over 100 and i love the book, it is truly a " Brilliant three- dimensional mosiac" like the Boston sunday Globe called it...
My mission is to finish reading by tonight, then i will give you my full insight

it's one of those books if you see the cover you will never even bother to read the title (so ugly)
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Old 07-Sep-09, 16:21   #11
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Thanks Dolly

Here is my fav book of all time:

The Prophet by Khalil Gibran




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Can i Borrow it please

and i promise to return it.. unlike some ppl who borrow books and benomo 3alayhoum
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Old 07-Sep-09, 16:35   #12
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Irie I LOVE the picture!! Tuesdays With Morie is on as a play in Vancouver right now. It was a lovie book.

Some of my favorites:-
Such a Long Journey by Rohinton Mistry
A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth
A Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
The Book of Negros by Lawrence Hill
The #1 Ladies Detective Agency - all in the series by Alexander McCall Smith
James Mitchner's Novels - all of them
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Old 07-Sep-09, 16:47   #13
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What are Netbooks and the internet for?

Baen Books makes some books available free as advertising.

Lois McMaster Bujolds Mountains of Mourning is available here:


http://www.baen.com/library/

Just click on The Authors and she is 5th from the top

http://mervih.wordpress.com/2008/10/...s-of-mourning/

I think Miles Vorkosigan makes is a very good "soft" science fiction series.

psik

PS - Star Wars is not science fiction by the way.
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Salam


Do you know how many book clubs I started in the last ten years? More than ten, that's for sure . Gosh! I misss the archive. May the hacker rot in hell for the stunt he pulled.

Anyhow, I recommend this book to everyone and particularly those living in the US.



The Reluctant Fundamentalist is a short novel by Hamid Mohsin. The book tells the story of a very intelligent and charming Pakistani man from a one wealthy family in Lahore who lives his own version of the American dream before heading back to Pakistan. The book brilliantly highlights the love-hate relationship between the east and west. The ambiguity of the book, the narrative style of the author and the fact that a lot of us living in the west can relate to the narrated story makes this book a great read.





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An extremly Touching book, well written, and an unpredictable story
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The Kite Runner
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An extremly Touching book, well written, and an unpredictable story
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The Kite Runner
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I loved that book and I didnt think he could top it but then he came back with a thousand splendid thousands, that book was extrodinarly good.
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رواية جيدة و مسلية و هي أول رواية أقرأها للكاتب خيري شلبي....الرواية تقع أحداثها في حقبة الأربعينيات و الخمسينيات مروراً بحكم عبد الناصر...يحكي بشارة قصة عطية شوادفي الذي يستأجر من الحكومة لوكنده أو إستراحة تأوي المجرمين و الشحاتين و المحتالين و المشردين..و هو الآمر و الناهي الذي يهابه الجميع و تسري قوانينه على الكل و هو الوالي و الشرطي و القاضي و الجلاد...تقرأ الكتاب فتجد نفسك في عالم آخر تماماً و دي ميزة من ميزات خيري بشارة..رواية ممتازة لهواة القصص الروائية







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I loved that book and I didnt think he could top it but then he came back with a thousand splendid thousands, that book was extrodinarly good.

I loved a thousand splendid suns...he has this nice east and west mixture in his writings
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in my opinon this is a must read

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I loved a thousand splendid suns...he has this nice east and west mixture in his writings
I love how the ending was balanced between happiness and saddness, though I wont say any more so as not to ruin it for you all.
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Great story...really creative, you might have watched the film...but the book is MUCH better

Slumdog Millionaire (originally Q & A)
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I love how the ending was balanced between happiness and saddness, though I wont say any more so as not to ruin it for you all.
I understand what you meant because i read the book...but won't spoil it too
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Thanks Dolly

Here is my fav book of all time:

The Prophet by Khalil Gibran



This is such a beautiful book about a prophet that passes by a city. He gives his words of wisdom to the people of that city. The words are so beautiful and that metaphors used are just magical. The first time I read it I was so moved by the words that I started crying at some parts. Oh did I mention that I was reading this book on the bus? People were giving me sorry looks
Am I right to say this a work of fiction?
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in my opinon this is a must read
I wrote a post on this book last year. Nicely written but very sad and melachonic to be frank. I remember writing the post mainly to highlight the violence in the book; I thought it was quite sickening.





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Great story...really creative, you might have watched the film...but the book is MUCH better

Slumdog Millionaire (originally Q & A)
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I never knew it was a book but I loved the film
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I never knew it was a book but I loved the film

The book is a MUST read...!
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I wrote a post on this book last year. Nicely written but very sad and melachonic to be frank. I remember writing the post mainly to highlight the violence in the book; I thought it was quite sickening.





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never have I Been so emotionally involved in a book as I have in this one, and I think thats to the writers credit. It humanises the suffering that afghanise have gone through.
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The book is a MUST read...!
see sometimes the book is better then the film and visa versa, for example lord of the rings in my opinion is bearly readable but the film was excellent
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never have I Been so emotionally involved in a book as I have in this one, and I think thats to the writers credit. It humanises the suffering that afghanise have gone through.
I agree with Dr. MOE that it is very extreme
I remember I walked into a bookstore a year ago and every single new novel was wither about Afghanistan, or Iraq...a woman running away here, or a family searching for shelter.....etc
and i remember thinking...wow...other people's suffering sudenly becomes an industry and profit for writers.
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see sometimes the book is better then the film and visa versa, for example lord of the rings in my opinion is bearly readable but the film was excellent
I could NOT watch the movie or read the book...and still dont understand what the fuss is all about when it comes to "lord of the rings"

But I agree sometimes some movies are better---> the Da Vinci Code...a great read...BAD movie
however
Angels and Deamons...amazing book...but the movie deffentlllllly tops it!
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I could NOT watch the movie or read the book...and still dont understand what the fuss is all about when it comes to "lord of the rings"

But I agree sometimes some movies are better---> the Da Vinci Code...a great read...BAD movie
however
Angels and Deamons...amazing book...but the movie deffentlllllly tops it!
right dont judge me but ive read all the harry potter books
and I couldnt get through a single one of the films there rushed
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so it realy does go both ways
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I agree with Dr. MOE that it is very extreme
I remember I walked into a bookstore a year ago and every single new novel was wither about Afghanistan, or Iraq...a woman running away here, or a family searching for shelter.....etc
and i remember thinking...wow...other people's suffering sudenly becomes an industry and profit for writers.
to be honest other then khalid hossenis books I havent read any afghanistan or iraq war related books.
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right dont judge me but ive read all the harry potter books
and I couldnt get through a single one of the films there rushed
I havent read the Harry Potter books yet (which my young cousin - aged 12 - loves)
But I did watch the movies...and i must admit i did like them
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to be honest other then khalid hossenis books I havent read any afghanistan or iraq war related books.
Same here, but if you check the latest novels...especially American Novels there seems to be a large number focused on both these two countries and the situation their...my 12 year old cousin is reading the following books from the school library:

The Breadwinner



Parvana's Journey



Mud City

If that many is accessible to kids...how much more for adults...anyways dont want to divert the post

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Reading Lolita in Tehran

I think Khaled Hosseini has a new book coming out pretty soon!! I hope so because his books are wonderful!
The Reluctant Fundamentalist was indeed an excellent book!

Nine Parts of Desire by Geraldine Brooks. She is a journalist who interviewed Muslim women from various parts of the world.
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Did anyone read " Three Cups of Tea"?

I got my Eye on it...as the next read



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I havent read the Harry Potter books yet (which my young cousin - aged 12 - loves)
But I did watch the movies...and i must admit i did like them
dont mock me, I shared with you a very personal secret
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Old 07-Sep-09, 18:27   #39
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This is a beautifully-written book. "An Arab, a jew and the heart of the middle east". A great read.



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dont mock me, I shared with you a very personal secret
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don't worry, won't spread it around
much appreciated
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Old 07-Sep-09, 18:33   #42
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Going back to classics
one of the best books I have read
Pride and Prejudice
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no we were made to read Great expectations at school, so never read it.
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Old 07-Sep-09, 18:36   #44
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One of the best Arabic books I have read

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Old 07-Sep-09, 18:39   #45
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I agree and was about to metion it. One of the best novels!
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Old 07-Sep-09, 23:13   #46
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البوست شرررررررررررررررررط


ايرييتا بما انك يوم من ايام الخريف الممطره قريتيني تنقلوزي وعرفتي مستواي

تنصحيني ابدا بياتو واحد من دييييييييييييل

وابعدي من الشفتك شايلاو اليوم داااااااااك




بما انو طارق السويدان قال اقل حد للثقافه انو الزول يقرا كتابين في الشهر




وانا عاوزه ابقا مثقفه
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البوست شرررررررررررررررررط


ايرييتا بما انك يوم من ايام الخريف الممطره قريتيني تنقلوزي وعرفتي مستواي

تنصحيني ابدا بياتو واحد من دييييييييييييل

وابعدي من الشفتك شايلاو اليوم داااااااااك




بما انو طارق السويدان قال اقل حد للثقافه انو الزول يقرا كتابين في الشهر




وانا عاوزه ابقا مثقفه


رب رب إزيييييييييييييك

البوست دا امسكي فيه قوي لو دايره تبقي مثقفه و توقي من الانقليزي حقك

بنصحك تبدي بي

Little Women
By Louisa M. Alcott


قصه حلوه و ساهله جدا
و طريقه الكتابه ممتعه

يوم داك كنت بفتش في مكتبتي و لقيت القصه

طلعتا ليك
اديتا لي امي و قلت ليها لمن رب رب تجيب ليك الصحن راجع اديها القصه دي


بس معليش اظن في قهوه ولا حاجه اتكشحت في طرفو.... لكن لسه بتقدري تقري الكلام

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Old 07-Sep-09, 23:48   #48
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Hi Irie
Great idea but if u claim any originality in any book club idea then ur a fraud and a plagiarist Dr_moe was/has been the main protagonist in that regards looong ago.


The post has come at at good time since Ramadan is an intense reading time 4 me.U actually beat me to the punch ,i was planning to start a post on books (aiming to draw Dr moe's attention and fellow SDBers)

Im going retro and big classics these days:
just finished:

(the Full) Al ayam by Taha Hussein (donno how i missed it for that long)....1st two parts monotonous,very juicy towards the end

Oliver Twist (just amaaaaaaaaaaazing)



Pure 81 and Kityabi,

Sorry i didnt really find Slumdog (the movie) entertaining at all.just another rags to riches story.....

I am currently reading:

One Hundred years of Solitude By Marquez (nearly finished but the family connections is so bloody confusing yakhi)
and

England ,My England by D H Lawrence
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رب رب إزيييييييييييييك

البوست دا امسكي فيه قوي لو دايره تبقي مثقفه و توقي من الانقليزي حقك

بنصحك تبدي بي

Little Women
By Louisa M. Alcott


قصه حلوه و ساهله جدا
و طريقه الكتابه ممتعه

يوم داك كنت بفتش في مكتبتي و لقيت القصه

طلعتا ليك
اديتا لي امي و قلت ليها لمن رب رب تجيب ليك الصحن راجع اديها القصه دي


بس معليش اظن في قهوه ولا حاجه اتكشحت في طرفو.... لكن لسه بتقدري تقري الكلام







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shambati am currently reading the book thief dont know if youve heard of it?
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