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Yea! Harry Potter is the greatest.

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do you know when the next book comes out?

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Harry Potter and the the Deathly Gallows will be released on July 21st. Order from Amazon now, and you'll have the book delivered the day of release.
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Less than 100 days to go, not that I'm counting:]
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Mine would be anything by Alice Hoffman and Francesca Lia Block.

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mine has to be The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souldja
 
and Dutch by Teri Woods (K'wame Teague)
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I like "The Stainless Steel Rat" by Harry Harrison


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I dont know if its your taste but I strongly think that anyone can enjoy the book Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom. It will change the way you think forever.
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yeah,  i liked mitch albom's the five people you meet in heaven.  fast read, stuck with me a long time.  also dean koontz' from the corner of his eye.
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I've read so many i'm not sure what my fave is but heres a few at the top Coldest winter ever Sister Soilja(sp) Huslters wife Nikki Turner gone for good Harlen Coben Man in the basement Walter Mosely I could go on foreverGeekteehee

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My favorite book is 1984.  For the time that it was written, it's a very compelling (and disturbing) tale.  And almost draws parallels with things we can see happening in the world today.
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what more can i say, im a harry potter fan.. ^_^ 

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My favorite books has to be "The Road". It paints a pretty bleak picture but highlights how sheer will and determination can get you to press on when all hope would be lost otherwise.

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I have read Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver... very interesting book,  is a bestselling novel
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I am reading "The Power of Now:A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment" by Eckhart Tolle. I think it is a good book.
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like  Harry Porter Series very much
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you must read "Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi - Mesnavi"  Rumi has so big information about life & sufism... very interestly book ;) 
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Why not try to read Rage of Angels written by Sidney Sheldon. I have finished reading it and I can say it is a good book.
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Books are our real friends. I fond of reading books. I read many books But I like 'ramayana'. This is our holy book. This book was written by 'valmiki' In this book we learn many things like respect, discipline, family support, responsibility, happiness and so on. This book is heart of Hindu culture.
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