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Discussion in 'The Dark Knight Rises' started by Thread Manager, Jul 6, 2012.
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For the next 2 weeks I will not be able to comprehend the word "Patients"
Damn, I forgot to post this!
In here now hiding from any spoilers...
Reposting for this thread:
Books We Talk About in the Tusi:
A Song of Ice and Fire (aka Game of Thrones)
Lord of the Rings
Chronicles of Narnia
The Very Hungry Caterpillar hehe
Books/Short Stories we ourselves have written
Books We Do NOT Talk About in the Tusi:
50 Shades of Grey
Anything that is Blatant, Unadulterated Superficialistic Hypersexualized Propaganda that has effectively Eradicated Any Semblance of Humility and/or Innocence our children may have had
Does this help?
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a person who is under medical care or treatment.
Funnily enough, I've read every series you posted in the above except for A Song of Ice and Fire whereas I've seen both seasons of the show. I've heard the book isn't as good as the show which definitely isn't the case regarding Harry Potter and maybe Lord of the Rings depending on which you did first, read the books or see the trilogy.
What's goin on in here!?
I have to post here to avoid spoilers and satiate my SHH addiction.
You need to add The Very Hungry Caterpillar to the first list, but other than that, excellent!
Speaking of books, I started reading my Sherlock Holmes Complete Edition. Having already read A Study in Scarlet, I started reading The Sign of Four. Just as good as I remembered.
Exactly what iv tried to do for the past 3 months or so!
But now...guna be a mine field
So we don't talk about Narnia for example here?
guys if possible dont
post spoilers regarding
game of thrones tv show or the books.. ive only seen the first season and read the first book
I've begun GoT (ASoIaF book 1) but have seen the show (both seasons, which I loved).
Twilight I have never and will never read, and that applies to the films as well. They are abhorrent, emotionally manipulative treatises on the superimposition of external physical appeal and lust over genuine love and selfless desire for connection, and I personally weep for those who praise it. I can't comment on the books/films themselves, only on the resultant societal mindshift that I've seen take place.
books or movies? love them
Of course we talk about Narnia. That is a given t:
I actually have really enjoyed the books. I think there are things I liked more in the books and more in the TV series.
The first season of the series is nearly completley accurate to the first book with very small changes. The nice thing about the series is that they can add some small scenes that end up being very telling about the characters.
The thing I love about the books (and the series seems to be following this) is that it's not just about good vs. evil. It's just people struggling. And he Martin is quite realistic in the fate of some of the characters. You don't always get an epic battle to kill off someone.
To put it bluntly: you heard wrong.
My childhood returns!
Though I preferred The Chronicles of Prydain myself.
You mean you haven't even seen the flying turtle?!
Nah we spoiler tag things iv only seen season one so far.
Im in the middle of reading book 4 or 5 of the Necroscope series from back in the 80s (I think?), after that was planning on reading Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest - has anyone read GWKtHN? Is it any good?
Also, was THEN planning on starting the GoT series - which I've heard is amazing, confirm/deny?
it was a tortoise
So Sherlock Holmes is a safe topic, right Dark?
Finished s3 yet jonnyboy?