Site Search   TV Channel 1  Add this Player to my Google page. Add this Player to your MySpace page or personal website.
 Videos   Songs   Blogs   Forums   Podcast 
Page 2 of 3 FirstFirst 123 LastLast
Results 21 to 40 of 47

Thread: has anyone ever heard of a book?

  1. #21


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Ahh I love books! I mainly like to read the books by Anne Rice... They're so vivid and lush in descriptions! it is just wonderful.. You get into the minds of the actual characters and know what they're thinking and what they're going through.. So far i have read an insane amount of her books... Interview with the vampire, The Vampire Lestat, Queen of the damned, Tale of the Body theif, part of Memnoch (never could get through it), Armand, Pandora, Part of Vitorrio, The Witching Hour, Taltos, Lasher, Cry To Heaven, and some of her.. *Ahem* other books... I've also read some Luis Borges.. he is pretty good.. I also love reading any greek mythology book.. Medea and all those good ones... Various short stories are also good, but i can't think of the authors right now... Also Neil Gaiman is great... His Sandman comics are wonderfully written and illustrated, and his "neverwhere" book is just wonderfully written.. Ahhh i love my books...
    When a artist paints, they dip their brush in their soul, and with that they can paint life with all its vivid colors and aspects.
    ____________
    www.caffeinequeen.deviantart.com

  2. #22


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Stephen King
    Dean Koontz
    Marion Zimmer Bradley
    JRR Tolkien
    David Sadiris (only gotten to read parts of his books but they are quite funny!)
    M3L1B174

  3. #23


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Boo.. i guess you don't like anne rice that much anymore, Mel? :P
    When a artist paints, they dip their brush in their soul, and with that they can paint life with all its vivid colors and aspects.
    ____________
    www.caffeinequeen.deviantart.com

  4. #24


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Ohh I do I guess but it was hard for me to read the Vampire Lestat only got halfway through it before it got too boring. Make a second attempt to read it and the same happened. I will try again when I have the time but I haven't been much in the mood of reading for pleasure lately. When I get back in gear I will never my book down until it is done.
    M3L1B174

  5. #25


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Hehehehe yea.. i know how that is.. Too many times have i just sat down at lunch or at any time i had some nice time to read and just read away.. I went through entire books like that.... Its great to just dive into another world and read your heart out..
    When a artist paints, they dip their brush in their soul, and with that they can paint life with all its vivid colors and aspects.
    ____________
    www.caffeinequeen.deviantart.com

  6. #26


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Yeah especially when the reading has to do with kids being chased by an evil clown-demon entity, someone getting attacked by masses of sparrows, or when people are working maniacally to dig up a huge spaceship while their teeth fall out.
    M3L1B174

  7. #27


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    hahahaha your obsessed with Stephen King :P .. but thats a good thing
    When a artist paints, they dip their brush in their soul, and with that they can paint life with all its vivid colors and aspects.
    ____________
    www.caffeinequeen.deviantart.com

  8. #28


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Stephen King rules! I like his house too!
    \"Is that gasoline I smell?\" - The Crow

  9. #29
    Lead ElectroGardener labrat's Avatar
    Joined
    January 26th, 2003
    Age
    52
    Posts
    1,579


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    I have heard of what a book is and have actually read quite a few, but all the ones I've read would be considered trash *yikes*...
    \"I will live forever in your mind, thoughts are forever intertwined...\" Red Flag \"Eternal Flame\"

    I don\'t suffer from insanity. I enjoy every minute of it. :loco: :goofball:

  10. #30


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    trash? do you get anthing out of reading them?
    the music will blind you

  11. #31
    Lead ElectroGardener labrat's Avatar
    Joined
    January 26th, 2003
    Age
    52
    Posts
    1,579


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Not really, it's just one of my escapes.
    \"I will live forever in your mind, thoughts are forever intertwined...\" Red Flag \"Eternal Flame\"

    I don\'t suffer from insanity. I enjoy every minute of it. :loco: :goofball:

  12. #32


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    I've read a few books. I havent found the right kind of book to read, i guess. Interview witha vampire was good, tho!
    Go buy a box of straws and suck it the f**k up!
    http://photobucket.com/albums/y207/Akisu_kyuuketsuki/

  13. #33


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    lotta ann rice fans here...hmmm...never read her work...
    and of course kings work either
    the music will blind you

  14. #34


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Well Anne Rice's works mainly evolve around vampires and witches Stephen King is more versatile, writing about aliens, monsters, stalkers, insane people, and fate. I really like Stephen King a lot.
    M3L1B174

  15. #35


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    hehe, Insane people are great! lol!
    I havent read any Stephen King.
    Go buy a box of straws and suck it the f**k up!
    http://photobucket.com/albums/y207/Akisu_kyuuketsuki/

  16. #36


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    personally, i like to read biography/autobiography type books. I like to read about what inspires people and the adversity they overcame.

    My favorites were "take it like a man" (boy georges' story), and "Black Vinyl, White Powder" (history of the UK music buiness written by Simon Napier Bell) I read the Anne Rice books, tho shes' not one of my faves - she is very thorough with a lot of details.

  17. #37
    Lead ElectroGardener Jupiter 4's Avatar
    Joined
    August 20th, 2002
    Age
    53
    Posts
    2,207


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Now, I just read BimFactor (tm).
    We\'re no longer as thick as thieves

    HOLD FAST

  18. #38


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    ah, i missed you JupLo

  19. #39
    Lead ElectroGardener Jupiter 4's Avatar
    Joined
    August 20th, 2002
    Age
    53
    Posts
    2,207


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    Ah, I ass*umed so! Missed you too, Lady Swank!
    We\'re no longer as thick as thieves

    HOLD FAST

  20. #40


    Agree? Yes No

    Default

    i also like pop-up books ... takes away from those big words ... like and or the

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

EGN Keywords

,

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  


ELECTROGARDEN | ARTIST NETWORK | TRACKS | MORE TRACKS | ARTISTS | MORE ARTISTS
NEWS | LIFE IS MUSIC | MAINSTREAM ARTICLES | ARTICLES | REVIEWS | FORUM | ARCHIVE | STORE | CONTACT | TERMS OF USE
THE ELECTROGARDEN NETWORK is a Trademark of ELECTROGARDEN.COM.
Copyright © 1999-2018 ELECTROGARDEN.COM, all rights reserved
Subscribers to Electrogarden Network Forums Feed Tweet this page! TWEET