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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    The Art of War
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rand al'Thor View Post
    many..wheels of time, LOR etc
    YeaaaaI'm adding you because you said FREAKING wheel of TIME!! and your name is Rand Al' Thor.. >.>

    HP did have an effect on me, and I hated when it ended but most influential for me would be
    Anything by Charles Dickens, every story had a moral
    To Kill a Mockingbird
    Taming of the Shrew-Shakespare (This book made me so bloody well heated in English Lit.. I hated how women were viewed in the old days.
    And Perks of being a Wallflower.. to me the way he viewed just about everything was beutiful
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    Quote Originally Posted by Xanthacl View Post
    YeaaaaI'm adding you because you said FREAKING wheel of TIME!! and your name is Rand Al' Thor.. >.>

    HP did have an effect on me, and I hated when it ended but most influential for me would be
    Anything by Charles Dickens, every story had a moral
    To Kill a Mockingbird
    Taming of the Shrew-Shakespare (This book made me so bloody well heated in English Lit.. I hated how women were viewed in the old days.
    And Perks of being a Wallflower.. to me the way he viewed just about everything was beutiful
    perks of being a willlflower is so damn amazing..:D
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    ^ Wasn't it!! The ending left me in a daze though. I couldn't believe it, it all came together, made some sense but...
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    The Alchemist,Life Of Pi,The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind and Think And Grow Rich....
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    Steppenwolf by Hermann Hesse, The Interpretation of Dreams by Sigmund Freud, Thus Spoke Zarathustra and The Antichrist by Friedrich Nietzsche, The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, 1984 and Animal Farm by George Orwell, The Complete Stories of Franz Kafka ( short story compilation ), Edgar Allan Poe's short stories and poetry.
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    Quote Originally Posted by minato23 View Post
    I actually own that book. Samuel L Jackson narrates it on youtube.

    I would probably say Animal Farm, Lord of the Flies, and Brave New World
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scary Yamato View Post
    I would probably say Animal Farm, Lord of the Flies, and Brave New World
    Nice picks! I wonder why not 1984, but I'm sure you have a your reasons
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    For me this one:



    Funny thing is, I gave this book to my cousin as a birthday present.
    Remained on the bookshelf for months,
    One day, I have nothing to read, I picked up this one.
    And became my answer to your thread.
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

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    For me this one:



    Funny thing is, I gave this book to my cousin as a birthday present.
    Remained on the bookshelf for months,
    One day, I have nothing to read, I picked up this one.
    And became my answer to your thread.
    damn!!!! this book become mainstream >.<
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    The Prince of Thorns & its sequel 'The King of Thorns'.
    Lawrence's language pulled me in.
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    Quote Originally Posted by Janin View Post
    For me this one:



    Funny thing is, I gave this book to my cousin as a birthday present.
    Remained on the bookshelf for months,
    One day, I have nothing to read, I picked up this one.
    And became my answer to your thread.
    Same here lol. ;p

    2nd most influential is 'The Lost Symbol - Dan Brown'
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

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    Same here lol. ;p

    2nd most influential is 'The Lost Symbol - Dan Brown'
    You know, I thought of you when I saw her post that...this makes me laugh every time
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    The Brothers Karamazov
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    The Alchemist is one of the best books I have ever read .A really inspirational story of a young boy who travels the world for sake of treasure and adventure.
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    Animal Farm without a doubt. For a book about animals this book is very deep.
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?

    A boo it should be "To Kill a man's pride"
     
         

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    Re: What is the most influential book you've read?


    I read the oldest, most printed and sold book of all time when I was a teenager.

     
         

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    Camus-The Pest
     
         

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