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October 19, 2017 3:07 am

Can we please ignore all the hateful comments for a moment and embrace the heart melting smile on that last page!

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October 18, 2017 2:47 am

Why is that asshome alpha trying to provote our cute beta? I don´t think it´s jelousy so im confused

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lily
July 30, 2017 1:35 am

Hi everyone, so i was wondering if u guys read "books" as well. I been reading so many mangas lately and of course i love it, but then i was wondering if u have any favorite fiction or nonfiction books that u could recommend to me. thanks (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ

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  • [DELETED]
    July 30, 2017 1:38 am

    the silence of the lambs
    death in venice
    ANYTHING BY OSCAR WILDE
    ....

  • Jumblemuffin
    July 30, 2017 1:39 am

    Are you a young adult? Pillars of the Earth is a good novel

  • Anonymous July 30, 2017 1:44 am

    anything by Tom Robbins

  • Anonymous July 30, 2017 1:47 am

    Hell by Robert Olen Butler
    Fated by S. G. Browne

  • Anonymous July 30, 2017 1:48 am
    anything by Tom Robbins @Anonymous

    Lovecraft's novels (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ
    Or Victor Hugo's Notre-Dame.

  • Anonymous July 30, 2017 1:49 am
    Lovecraft's novels (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づOr Victor Hugo's Notre-Dame. @Anonymous

    Fail hehe, sorry : i was answering to @lily

  • Mathina
    July 30, 2017 1:50 am

    -Guild Hunter series by Nalini Singh: Vampires, hunters angels and a female Hunter who falls in love with an archangel. Awesome! My profile pic is fanart based on that series. Adult content
    - Imp series by Debra Dunbar. Fabulous series. (Demons, angels and weres) Lots of swearing and a demon who is initially quite evil. Hilarious!
    - The Others by Anne Bishop. Amazing story about terra indigene (shifters) and the humans living on their land. Absolutely wonderful story about earth natives who can hold their own against human encroachers. SO GOOD!
    -Anything by Ilona Andrews. They are Amazing!
    -Heartstrikers by Rachel Aaron. A dystopian earth featuring dragons and mages. New adult-ish

  • rev
    July 30, 2017 1:54 am

    jr ward is one of the best, i swear!

  • doki-doki July 30, 2017 2:03 am

    all agatha christy novell are good.

  • Nonni July 30, 2017 2:25 am

    Anything by Charles de Lint, Neil Gaiman, RA Heinlein, Issac Asimov, Barbara Hambly and Jenienne Frost

  • Nonni July 30, 2017 2:25 am
    jr ward is one of the best, i swear! rev

    Like her, but after a while the language gets to me.

  • [DELETED]
    July 30, 2017 2:33 am

    Any specific genre? Romance? Drama? Fantasy? Historical?
    LGBT?

  • miusaski
    July 30, 2017 2:56 am

    We are the ants by shaun david hutchinson, any books by john green

  • blueastronomy18
    July 30, 2017 3:28 am

    how about romance?

  • I Thot You Was a Toad
    July 30, 2017 4:53 am

    Got a decade or two?

    Fantasy/SciFi/Magic Realism/Ghost:

    Johanna Sinisalo "Troll"
    Susannah Clarke "Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell"
    Erin Morgenstern "The Night Circus"
    Robin McKinley "Sunshine"
    Angela Carter "The Magic Toyshop"
    Carlos Ruiz Zafon "The Cemetery of Forgotten Books"
    Alice Hoffmann "The Museum of Extraordinary Things"
    Gabriel Garcia Marquez "Chronicle of a Death Foretold"
    Garth Nix "Abhorsen"
    Jorge Luis Borges "The Aleph"
    Jorge Amado "Dona Flors and her Two Husbands"
    Ray Bradbury "Farenheit 451"


    Mystery/Espionage Thriller:

    Alan Bradley "The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie"
    Louise Penney's Inspector Gamache series
    Wilkie Collins "The Moonstone"
    Stieg Larsson "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
    Daphne DuMaurier "Rebecca" and "Jamaica Inn"
    John LeCarré "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" and "The Tailor of Panama"
    Lawrence Durrell "The Alexandria Quartet"
    Tess Gerritsen "Harvest"
    Heléne Tursten "Night Rounds"
    Dashiel Hammett "The Maltese Falcon"
    Mark Haddon "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime"


    Novels:

    Khaled Hosseini "The Kite Runner"
    Arundhati Roy "The God of Small Things"
    Kate Morten "The Secret Keeper"
    Angela Carter "Wise Children"
    Margaret Atwood "The Robber Bride"
    Nevil Shute "The Legacy"
    James Cowen "The Mapmaker's Dream"

    Nonfiction/Autobiography:

    Yang Erche Namu and Christine Mathieu "Leaving Mother Lake: A Girlhood at the Edge of the World"
    Dave Eggars "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius"
    Oliver Sacks "The Man Who Mistook his Wife for a Hat and Other Clinical Tales"
    Susan Sontag "Against Interpretation" and "Regarding the Pain of Others"
    "The Diary of Anne Frank"

    Plays/Screenplays:

    Lillian Hellmann "The Little Foxes" and "The Children's Hour"
    Euripides "Il Bacchae"
    Michael Frayn "Copenhagen"
    Arthur Miller "The Crucible"
    Lorraine Hannsbury "A Raisin in the Sun"
    Shelagh Delaney "A Taste of Honey"

    Poetry, well .....

  • lily
    July 30, 2017 5:17 am

    Thank u all. Some i have already read but i will read the rest for sure.

  • lily
    July 30, 2017 5:18 am
    Any specific genre? Romance? Drama? Fantasy? Historical? LGBT? [DELETED]

    I love them all, however i do rather books that try to make a point specifically life or personality related

  • lily
    July 30, 2017 5:19 am
    Are you a young adult? Pillars of the Earth is a good novel Jumblemuffin

    Yes and thank u

  • Nonni July 30, 2017 5:23 am
    Got a decade or two?Fantasy/SciFi/Magic Realism/Ghost:Johanna Sinisalo "Troll"Susannah Clarke "Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell"Erin Morgenstern "The Night Circus"Robin McKinley "Sunshine"Angela Carter "The Mag... I Thot You Was a Toad

    I have read Bradbury, Larrson, Hammett, Atwood, LeCarre, Miller and Shute (though not specifically those books)
    Shutes 'On the Beach' was chilling and I still remember the credits quote "So this is the way the world ends, not with a bang but a shudder'
    Atwoods 'Handmaids Tale' seems to be a little prophetic
    And I watched (and read) Larrsons series (so good)

  • Nonni July 30, 2017 5:32 am
    I have read Bradbury, Larrson, Hammett, Atwood, LeCarre, Miller and Shute (though not specifically those books) Shutes 'On the Beach' was chilling and I still remember the credits quote "So this is the way the ... Nonni

    *not shudder - whimper

  • I Thot You Was a Toad
    July 30, 2017 5:48 am
    I have read Bradbury, Larrson, Hammett, Atwood, LeCarre, Miller and Shute (though not specifically those books) Shutes 'On the Beach' was chilling and I still remember the credits quote "So this is the way the ... Nonni

    "On the Beach" is definitely Shute's magnum opus, but I just love the story and characters behind "The Legacy", which features one of the most awe-inspiring heroines in fiction. She's the personification of grit and determination. The prisoner of war section which comprises the first part of the book bears some similarities with survivor accounts of treatment by captors from that period. Peggy Abkhazi's diary "A Curious Cage" being one example.

    I've met Atwood, and for awihile, she posted essays in blog form on her website, including some commentary about "A Handmaid's Tale". Although she foresaw it as a dystopian America, many details and events have happened in different societies from our collective history. This is why the horror has such an impact, because it isn't implausible.

    Liesbeth Salamandar is a warrior!

  • Nonni July 30, 2017 5:57 am
    "On the Beach" is definitely Shute's magnum opus, but I just love the story and characters behind "The Legacy", which features one of the most awe-inspiring heroines in fiction. She's the personification of gri... I Thot You Was a Toad

    Will have to put Legacy on my 'to read' list!
    You met Atwood? *jealous* she has some great stories. Another great Canadian author is Michael Ondaatje (can't count how many times I read 'The English Patient' and 'In the Skin of the Lion'
    And Lisbeth is a great character, so strong, but I also really like Blomkvist, fighter for justice.

  • I Thot You Was a Toad
    July 30, 2017 6:53 am
    Will have to put Legacy on my 'to read' list!You met Atwood? *jealous* she has some great stories. Another great Canadian author is Michael Ondaatje (can't count how many times I read 'The English Patient' and ... Nonni

    The quote about the world ending, not with a bang, but a whimper is from T. S. Elliot's poem "The Straw Men". Shute was probably being ironic.

  • I Thot You Was a Toad
    July 30, 2017 6:54 am
    Will have to put Legacy on my 'to read' list!You met Atwood? *jealous* she has some great stories. Another great Canadian author is Michael Ondaatje (can't count how many times I read 'The English Patient' and ... Nonni

    Also, Ondaatje's poem "The Cinnamon Peeler's Daughter" is one of my all time faves.

  • Nonni July 30, 2017 7:01 am
    Also, Ondaatje's poem "The Cinnamon Peeler's Daughter" is one of my all time faves. I Thot You Was a Toad

    I have yet to read that ... so many books, so little time.
    I thought Elliotts quote apt, the last humans sat helplessly while silent death stole over them ...

  • I Thot You Was a Toad
    July 30, 2017 7:08 am
    I have yet to read that ... so many books, so little time.I thought Elliotts quote apt, the last humans sat helplessly while silent death stole over them ... Nonni

    https://www.lyrikline.org/en/poems/cinnamon-peeler-6570#.WX2DwVH9gdU

    A super-volcano like some of the ones in Indonesia or Italy could have the same effect as the comet hitting Earth.

  • Nonni July 30, 2017 7:17 am
    https://www.lyrikline.org/en/poems/cinnamon-peeler-6570#.WX2DwVH9gdUA super-volcano like some of the ones in Indonesia or Italy could have the same effect as the comet hitting Earth. I Thot You Was a Toad

    Thanks for the link ... lovely poem.
    Perhaps we are talking about a different book, the one I remember is the people in Australia, post WWIII waiting for the radiation of the nuclear holocaust to find them and impending death ...

  • I Thot You Was a Toad
    July 30, 2017 7:32 am
    Thanks for the link ... lovely poem.Perhaps we are talking about a different book, the one I remember is the people in Australia, post WWIII waiting for the radiation of the nuclear holocaust to find them and i... Nonni

    I was referring to the title only. Nuclear holocaust is back on the radar thanks to North Korea, but a supervolcano would have a similar effect, and there are some places (Indonesia, Chile, Italy, Mexico ... ) where such things are possibly.

  • rev
    August 8, 2017 1:01 pm
    Like her, but after a while the language gets to me. Nonni

    me too! oh but, she's still one of my favorite, and qhuinn and blay too.

  • flower
    August 8, 2017 1:32 pm

    I love Margaret Atwood's novels :) The first book I read from her was The Handmaid's Tale.

    I haven't read 1984, but it seems really interesting (I may read that actually)

  • I Thot You Was a Toad
    August 8, 2017 2:18 pm
    I love Margaret Atwood's novels :) The first book I read from her was The Handmaid's Tale. I haven't read 1984, but it seems really interesting (I may read that actually) flower

    George Orwell has written some of the best nonfiction commentary on the use of language. "1984" was a portentous commentary on totalitarianism and the authoritarian state, and "Animal Farm" took a satirical look at revolutions.

  • flower
    August 8, 2017 3:24 pm
    George Orwell has written some of the best nonfiction commentary on the use of language. "1984" was a portentous commentary on totalitarianism and the authoritarian state, and "Animal Farm" took a satirical loo... I Thot You Was a Toad

    Yeah, I looked into it for class and was conflicted on whether I should read The Handmaid's Tale or 1984. I decided to go with The Handmaid's Tale, but I've been always wanting to read 1984. I don't know what i'm waiting for lol

  • I Thot You Was a Toad
    August 8, 2017 4:12 pm
    Yeah, I looked into it for class and was conflicted on whether I should read The Handmaid's Tale or 1984. I decided to go with The Handmaid's Tale, but I've been always wanting to read 1984. I don't know what i... flower

    I need to be in a well-integrated state of awareness to read books that bleak.

lily
July 19, 2017 8:46 am

I feel like in every yaoi i love u= come fuck me. Like wtf don´t just jump on each other right after u say i love u. (╯°Д °)╯╧╧

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  • Anonymous July 19, 2017 8:49 am

    I don't really mind if the seme is hot and rich tbh. Come fuck me right way

  • ZumiN July 19, 2017 9:00 am
    I don't really mind if the seme is hot and rich tbh. Come fuck me right way @Anonymous

    Omg

  • lily
    July 19, 2017 9:06 am
    I don't really mind if the seme is hot and rich tbh. Come fuck me right way @Anonymous

    LOL

  • Mira July 19, 2017 9:36 am

    i understand that and sometimes yaoi like this
    if you love someone >>rape him over and over again >>let him go with saying sorry i didn't want to heart you >>he will come back >>he will say that he loves you >>happy ending
    that why i love shounen ai more because i can feel the story there more but they are also a lot of good yaoi too

  • Bassy
    July 19, 2017 10:43 am

    Yeah, that annoys me, too

  • takame
    July 19, 2017 12:12 pm

    that's the point of yaoi. that's where it gets the meaning of the term after all. otherwise, turn to shounen-ai.

  • lily
    July 20, 2017 10:09 am
    that's the point of yaoi. that's where it gets the meaning of the term after all. otherwise, turn to shounen-ai. takame

    no no i love those yummy scenes. i just lie the hard to get ones more then jumploool

  • haily54rian
    July 21, 2017 2:39 am
    that's the point of yaoi. that's where it gets the meaning of the term after all. otherwise, turn to shounen-ai. takame

    I really don't think that that's something that should be just accepted because that's not what yaoi is about. It's true that quite a majority of it is kinda fucked up BUT I think that recent mangas have gone about it in a better way and are more adept at portraying a healthy relationship... or maybe it's just me having a good filter for shitty mangas and being an optimist. ┑( ̄Д  ̄)┍

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