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Last book you've read?

playermarko456playermarko456 Posts: 4,972 Member
What was the last book you've read?

For me, it would have to be The Beauty That Remains by Ashley Woodfolk. It is about three individuals that deal with tragedy, but are brought together through their love of music.




  • Funpuppy_sims345Funpuppy_sims345 Posts: 139 Member
    edited June 2018
    The lastest book i read was my own i still haven't come up witha title yet for now I'll call it "The tale of princess Violet"

    anyway its about a group of friends who journey to discover what happend to kingdom that was lost but they run into a bit of trouble on the way.
  • citysimmercitysimmer Posts: 5,950 Member
    Emma by Jane Austen
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  • PinkFlyingPastaPinkFlyingPasta Posts: 303 Member
    The last book I read was Shooter by Walter Dean Myers (The aftermath of a school shooting)

    The next book I am going to read is Georgia Peaches And Other Forbidden Fruit (A girl who is gay and her father who is a Preacher and seemingly accepts her, remarries and they move and he asks his daughter to hide her gayness)
  • kaitlyn0kaitlyn0 Posts: 512 Member
    The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros
  • TelefeyTelefey Posts: 8 New Member
    Only the good spy young by Ally Carter. It’s part of a great series about a spy school. It’s an easy, but interesting read.
  • IridocyclitisIridocyclitis Posts: 72 Member
    Taming of the Shrew by the obvious Shakespeare. I had to read it for my AP English Language class.
    TBH, I really hate the ending of the story, it makes me ticked off! :angry:
  • xKay_luvxxKay_luvx Posts: 117 Member
    I'm actually signed up for Book of the Month which is basically what it sounds like. A monthly subscription box for books. The last one I finished reading was my April book which was Circe by Madeline Miller. I'm still reading my May book, Still Lives: A Novel by Maria Hummel. I got my June book which is called The Anomaly by Michael Rutger but I haven't started reading it yet.
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  • hamsterbiteshamsterbites Posts: 27 Member
    The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien
    Short Stories about group of American soldiers in Vietnam War.
  • CharliecheesenurgersCharliecheesenurgers Posts: 3,673 Member
    The selection by Kiera Cass.
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  • MysticOstrich08MysticOstrich08 Posts: 701 Member
    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets *Illustrated Edition*
    Great book, love all the illustrations - highly recommend

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  • alright_namealright_name Posts: 31 Member
    "Desperately Seeking Paradise". It was a fun read even if it was for school. It's a candid memoir of a young British Muslim man struggling with just how good of a Muslim he is and spreading himself so thin to try and find what works for him based on everyone else's idea of what works.
  • PinkFlyingPastaPinkFlyingPasta Posts: 303 Member
    Right now I am reading The Tenth Circle by Jodie Picoult
  • Evalyn326Evalyn326 Posts: 166 Member
    I'm reading Pretty little liars by Sara Shepard.
    My Origin is evelynin. : )
  • firemixtapefiremixtape Posts: 574 Member
    I'm re-reading the maze runner series
  • boskos456boskos456 Posts: 66 Member
    The Yellow Wallpaper, it was cumpulsory at my university.
    And Maradj velem.
  • FifinezFifinez Posts: 59 Member
    Crime and Punishment.

    That was a full year ago.
  • FruFralerFruFraler Posts: 28 Member
    Shameless Purple Haze by Kohei Kadono.
    It is so good, given that the reader knows the story it's based on.
  • citysimmercitysimmer Posts: 5,950 Member
    The last one I finished was a comic: Hawkeye vol 4, issue 11.
    Proud black simmer 🖤

  • IdontrcallIdontrcall Posts: 19,349 Member
    edited December 2018
    Elevation, Stephen King

    Really a novella. I liked it.

    Next up: Gwendy's Button Box, another novella by Mr. King and another author whose name I have tragically forgotten. I shall look it up.

    Richard Chizmar is the name of the other fella.
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  • KelvinKelvin Posts: 6,895 Member
    edited December 2018
    Alan Ayckbourn Three Plays: Absurd Person Singular, Absent Friends and Bedroom Farce.
  • x4m1r4x4m1r4 Posts: 3,898 Member
    The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. "...when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it."

    It's one of the best books I have read. Don't stop chasing your dreams! :)
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  • hzm02hzm02 Posts: 15 Member
    Captain Nobody by Dean Pitchford
  • gameplay9098gameplay9098 Posts: 7,895 Member
    Clara dos Anjos.

    But we don't talk about it.
    Everywhere i go
    I feel the hearts beating
  • boskos456boskos456 Posts: 66 Member
    The Yellow Wall-Paper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (it was compulsory at my american civilisation 1 class)
  • mikamika Posts: 1,718 Member
    The Hate U Give. Great book about police brutality and racism African Americans face in modern America
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