WORLD WAR Z: This is an interesting book to read, because it not only covers most of the main cities in the world, but it also covers some of the dumb ass people (Celebrities) that would do anything to survive and try to keep a Good (I use this term VERY loosely) rep. All I know is that if Zombies invaded anytime soon, I would be at Wal-Mart, here is why: THEY HAVE FUCKING EVERYTHING!!!
ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE: I hated this book.....don't waste your time even though it is an Oprah book!!!!
WAR AND PEACE: It was okay I guess but I got tired of reading about war all the time
TOM JONES: The meat of the plot itself was surrounded by so much STUFF! Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah!! Anyway, like I said, the plot was good--a faithful movie version (or even the Spark Notes version) would be a fun little romp, but the book itself was just too wordy!
NO ONE BELONGS HERE MORE THAN YOU: Meh.
HUCKLEBERRY FINN: Huck rocks. Tom Sawyer is annoying. but overall it is a great adventure story if you can get through Tom's constant dragging out of things to the point of annoyance!
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE: I read this in high school and I recall making a "dictionary" on notebook paper to figure out what all of the non-English words meant. I wish I still had that paper.
ATLAS SHRUGGED: Very neat.
A CONFEDERACY OF DUNCES: I guess dumbasses don't go nowhere. kinda like this book.
THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF KAVALIER AND CLAY: Interesting, but a bit overboard on the Jewish perspective.
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