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Bokeelia  (Level: 196.1 - Posts: 114)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 9:32 PM


What book would you not read even if it was the only book you had on a desert island?

Cujgie  (Level: 182.1 - Posts: 754)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 9:46 PM

Anything by Ayn Rand.

Chickfbref1  (Level: 120.7 - Posts: 2011)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 9:57 PM

The Bible.

Fudypatootie  (Level: 205.8 - Posts: 1302)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 10:12 PM

Stephanie Myers' Twilight books.

Foogs  (Level: 280.1 - Posts: 848)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 10:29 PM

Wuthering Heights, if it is anywhere near as frustrating
as Jane Eyre.

Lodi  (Level: 106.0 - Posts: 2144)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 10:36 PM

Being Stranded on a Desert Island for Dummies.

Jank0614  (Level: 67.1 - Posts: 4593)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 10:37 PM

I loved Wuthering Heights.

I would never read any horror books, period.

Alvandy  (Level: 240.3 - Posts: 7692)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 10:43 PM

Not interested in Glenn Beck's scribbles. It would be a major inconvenience for me.

Bigmama60  (Level: 95.2 - Posts: 6644)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 10:47 PM

If I was stranded and bored I would read anything to kill time.

Ladyvol  (Level: 212.1 - Posts: 5648)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 11:17 PM

I like to read too much myself to not read something...A Math book maybe since I stunk at it in school! LOL

Foogs  (Level: 280.1 - Posts: 848)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 11:20 PM


Titansgal  (Level: 17.6 - Posts: 35)
Tue, 15th Sep '09 11:58 PM

Les Miserables & Pillars of the Earth

Titansgal  (Level: 17.6 - Posts: 35)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 12:00 AM

Oops.....those are the two books I'd hope to have on deserted island.

Salzypat  (Level: 161.3 - Posts: 5414)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 12:01 AM

I rarely read a book with more than 300 pages - just too impatient to get to the end. But if I were on a deserted island and had nothing else to do, I might read War and Peace or Harry Potter books. Until I'm on a deserted island, I probably won't read any of them.

Sandracam  (Level: 149.3 - Posts: 4190)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 12:51 AM

any of the "Left Behind" series.

Clevercloggs  (Level: 27.4 - Posts: 1246)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 1:20 AM

The Bible.
..................That's harsh, some bits of it are hilarious. Things i wouldn't read ? Anything written by a Repug.

Madamec8  (Level: 85.9 - Posts: 897)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 1:24 AM

Kindle 2 for Dummies

Sandracam  (Level: 149.3 - Posts: 4190)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 1:25 AM

LOL Madamec!

Kaufman  (Level: 267.7 - Posts: 3941)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 5:47 AM

Mao's Little Red Book in the original Chinese.

Among others.

Praetorian  (Level: 160.5 - Posts: 349)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 7:05 AM

I would use Mein Kampf and the Turner Diaries as fire-starters.

Papajensai  (Level: 201.6 - Posts: 1024)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 8:12 AM

The one that comes to mind is that one that OJ put out. The kind of thing put out by criminals and jaggoffs to make money off their own crimes and stupidities, like the recent governors caught with pants around ankles, so to speak, i.e. Spitzer, Blagojevich, Sanford, etc etc. But I might have use for the paper in those books, if stranded on a desert island...

Foogs  (Level: 280.1 - Posts: 848)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 8:14 AM

Made it to 15.

Madamec8  (Level: 85.9 - Posts: 897)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 9:03 AM

Fierce Guardian -- maybe being stranded (temporarily) would be a perfect time to read 'Mein Kampf' -- to affirm Hitler's stated intent and to shut down the historical revisionists after returning to the mainland.

Donden  (Level: 112.5 - Posts: 2127)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 9:44 AM

Robinson Crusoe

Leaston  (Level: 42.6 - Posts: 839)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 9:56 AM

How Successful People Think by John C. Maxwell

Pennwoman  (Level: 161.8 - Posts: 2476)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 9:59 AM

Anything by Anne Rice. I had one of her books.... and I don't even remember which one, the first page was so dark and evil, I threw it away and will never read another of hers.
And I have nearly ever Stephen King written along with lots of other 'horror' novels
Hemmingway has moved way low on my list of authors also.

Goddess28  (Level: 92.6 - Posts: 5235)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 10:36 AM

You don't seem to me the type to scare easily.

Bbear  (Level: 166.9 - Posts: 2297)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 10:48 AM

Jonathan Livingston Seagull


Spacecat  (Level: 164.5 - Posts: 673)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 12:12 PM

Anything written by or about J.K. Rowling. Let the insults begin.

Spacecat  (Level: 164.5 - Posts: 673)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 12:17 PM

The book by OJ (If) I DID IT, is now owned by Ron Goldman. All rights and future profits are the property of Ron Goldman. However your point is well taken.

Bobolicios  (Level: 119.6 - Posts: 1745)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 12:23 PM

Tax laws and info from IRS.

Papajensai  (Level: 201.6 - Posts: 1024)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 12:33 PM


Okay, I forgot that. Maybe I could buy a copy and use it as a personal hygiene product instead of reading it. Kind of like Lodi's idea of illegally downloading the works of Kanye West, and then deleting it without playing.

Asor  (Level: 162.1 - Posts: 594)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 1:39 PM

What Bobo said And anything by Bill O'Reilly (though I'll appreciate the TP!)

Didb72  (Level: 220.9 - Posts: 243)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 3:35 PM

Harry Potter....

Pennwoman  (Level: 161.8 - Posts: 2476)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 4:13 PM

The Anne Rice..... I don't know, it wasn't that it scared me..... the feeling of darkness was one that I had only gotten in really horrible situations in the ER. I don't know how else to put it. I frankly have had all the reality and darkness I care to ever feel, I don't need to read about it!

Felix  (Level: 109.3 - Posts: 2500)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 4:26 PM

The Koran.

Smokydevil  (Level: 163.0 - Posts: 5381)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 5:33 PM

The Metrosexual Guide to Style: A Handbook for the Modern Man by Michael Flocker

If you would enjoy this book, fine, go ahead, it's just not for me.

1mks  (Level: 219.5 - Posts: 5925)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 5:58 PM

Ulysses by James Joyce........have no urge to even try it. My husband read it and even he had a difficult time getting through it.

Wordster  (Level: 166.7 - Posts: 936)
Wed, 16th Sep '09 7:10 PM

Anything by Joseph Conrad (dark,dark, dark & totally impossible to read) and most books by Thomas Hardy (though I once managed to get through Tess of the D'Urbervilles),The Last of the Mohicans (dry as dust).

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