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Well I thought since the Gaming Chat, Movies & TV and Music Talk sections of the forum had topics like this Writers Discussion should have one. The name sums up the point of this topic, post the titles of the books in your book collection. Here is mine:

 

John Silvester and Andrew Rule:

• Leadbelly

• Underbelly 1 to 10

 

Tommy Chong:

• The I Chong

 

Adam Shand:

• Big Shots

 

Its not to many but I was planning to get some more soon.

 

Also It doesn’t mater what genre the books are and there is no limit to the amount of books you can list, so fell free to post your collection even if you only have a few. But please try to stay on topic and dont get in to a discussion. And do not insult somebody if you don’t like a book they own. Also thank you GTAdedan for making the graphic.

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Ok, here we go. Only counting those of 100 pages and over. A few of them are in English, but most are translated versions.

 

J.K. Rowling

*Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

*Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

*Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

*Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

*Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

*Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

*Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

 

Eoin Colfer

*Artemis Fowl

*Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident

*Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code

*Artemis Fowl: The Opal Deception

*The Artemis Fowl Files

 

Mario Puzo

*The Godfather

*Omerta

*The Sicilian

 

Mark Winegardner

*The Godfather Returns

 

Dan Brown

*Digital Fortress

*Angels and Demons

*Deception Point

*The Da Vinci Code

 

Christian Jacq

*The Stone of Light - Nefer the Silent

*The Stone of Light - The Wise Woman

*The Stone of Light - Paneb the Ardent

 

Georgia Byng

*Molly Moon's Incredible Book of Hypnotism

*Molly Moon Stops the World

 

Meg Cabot

*The Boy Next Door

 

Aguinaldo Silva

*Prendam Giovanni Improtta [Arrest Giovanni Improta]

 

Max Allan Collins

*CSI: Double Dealer

 

Nora Roberts

*Visions in Death

 

Hope I didn't forget any.

Nice topic!

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I don't have that much. But I am a bit of a Bond fan...

 

Ian Fleming

*The Man with the Golden Gun

*For Your Eyes Only

 

Btw, do magazines count?

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Here you go:

 

Christopher Paolini

*Eragon

*Eldest

 

C.S. Lewis

- Chronicles of Narnia

* Magician's Nephew

* The lion, the witch and the wardrobe

* The horse and his boy

 

Gertrude Chandler Warner

- The Boxcar Children

* Schoolhouse Mystery

* Lighthouse Mystery

* Mountain Top Mystery

(I've read all the others but don't have them)

 

Howard Pyle

* The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood

 

Dan Brown

* Digital Fortress (So ironic! the code in the end)

 

That's all I remember, I have them here. Maybe I'll update later.

 

 

Oh and about 100 Archie Comics. lol.gif

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Chuck Palahniuk:

Survivor

Choke

Invisible Monsters

Rant

Fight Club

Stranger Than Fiction

Diary

Lullaby

Fugitives and Refugees

Haunted

 

Joseph Heller:

Catch 22

 

Bret Easton Ellis:

The Rules of Attraction

American Psycho

 

Christopher Pike:

The Last Vampire 1-6

Spell Bound

Sati

 

Alexander Dumas:

The Count of Monte Cristo

 

And a bunch of others, but these are only one's I read.

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Nick Papagiorgio

Nice topic.

 

JK Rowling:

-HP: Sorcerers Stone

-HP: Chamber of Secrets

-HP: Prisoner of Azkaban

-HP: Goblet of Fire

-HP: Order of the Phoenix

-HP: Half-Blood Prince

-HP: Deathly Hallows

 

F. Scott Fitzgerald:

-Great Gatsby

 

DJ McHale:

-Pendragon

 

JRR Tolkein:

-Lord of the Rings Trilogy

 

CS Lewis:

-Chronicles of Narnia

 

John Steinbeck:

-Of Mice and Men

 

Arthur Miller:

-The Crucible

 

Mark Twain:

Adventures of Huck Finn

 

Elie Weisel:

-Night

 

Zora Neale Hurston:

Their Eyes Were Watching God

 

Christopher Paolini:

-Eragon

 

Thomas Hardy:

-Return of the Native

 

Emily Bronte:

-Wurthering Heights

 

TS Eliot:

-Murder in the Cathedral

 

Robert Bolt:

-A Man for All Seasons

 

Graham Greene:

-End of the Affair

 

A f*ckload of books. A couple of which I haven't read yet, and must for my honors english class. bored.gif

 

 

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My collection so far.

 

Ward Carroll:

The Aide

Militia Kill

 

Michael Salazar:

War Angel

 

Dale Brown:

Silver Tower

Act of War

Edge of Battle

Plan of Attack

Dreamland: Retribution

Dreamland: Strike Zone

 

David Michaels:

Splinter Cell

Splinter Cell: Operation Barracuda

Splinter Cell: Cleckmate

 

Sabine C,Bauer:

Stargate Sg-1: Trail by Fire

 

Ian Slater:

WWIII: Payback

WWIII: Darpa Alpha

 

Jennifer L.Holm:

The Creek

 

J.L. Granatstein:

Who Killed the Canadian MIlitary?

 

Brendan Dubois:

Dead of Night

 

Mack Maloney:

Super Hawks: Strike Force Alpha

Super Hawks: Strike Force Bravo

Super Hawks: Strike Force Charlie

Super Hawks: Strike Force Delta

 

John Whitman:

24 Declassified: Cat's Claw

24 Declassified: Veto Power

24 Declassified: Chaos Theory

 

Marc Cerasini:

24 Declassified: Trojan Horse

24 Declassified: Operation Hell Gate

24 Declassified: Vanishing Point

 

Larry Bond and Jim DeFelice

First Team

First Team: Angels Of Wrath

 

Max Allan Collins:

CSI: Miami: Florida Getaway

 

Dennis Chalker and Kevin Dockery:

The Home Team: Undeclared War

The Home Team: Weapons Grade

The Home Team: Hostile Borders

 

Donn Cortez:

CSI: Miami: Cult Following

CSI: Miami: Harm For The Holidays Misgivings

CSI: Miami: Harm For The Holidays Heart Attack

 

Karen Farrington:

Marvel & Mysteries of The Unexplained.

 

Tom Clancy:

The Bear and The Dragon

 

I will Update every time a get a new book.

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Vincent Alfano

I only own two books, and just recently acquired the latter a few days ago. I have yet to read it but I'm excited and plan to soon.

 

J. K. Rowling:

-Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

 

George Orwell:

-Nineteen Eighty-Four

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J.K Rowling

HP: The Sorcerer's Stone

HP: The Chamber of Secrets

HP: The Prisioner of Azkaban

HP: The Goblet of Fire

HP: The Order of the Pheonix

HP: The Half-Blood Prince

HP: THe Deathly Hallows

 

Publisher: Vintage

Complete Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe

 

Brian Ruckly

Winterbirth

 

Christopher Paolini

Eragon

Eldest

 

J.R.R Tolkien

Lord of the Rings Trilogy

The Hobbit

 

C.S Lewis

The Magicians Nephew

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

The Horse and his Boy

Prince Caspin

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Silver Chair

The Last Battle

 

Publisher: Mario Reading

Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies for The Future

 

Brian "Head" Welch

Save Me from Myself

 

 

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