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Posted: 13 August 2011 at 2:28am | IP Logged
Originally posted by kasharti1

Neither am I limiting anyone to anything nor am I calling anyone a hater or whatever. I was merely stating my point of view, though contrary to yers. I am all for constructive criticism but unfortunately, I saw less of that and more of childlike hate comments here so said that. My bad.

Peace out. V
I don't claim my criticism to be 'constructive'. But i don't think they are wrong either.

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Posted: 13 August 2011 at 3:57am | IP Logged
^^difference of opinion. What you think is "not wrong" could be thought of as wrong by others and vice versa and I guess if that happens one can voice their opinion. Anywho, I didn't come here for an online debate so toodles! :D

Edited by kasharti1 - 13 August 2011 at 4:01am

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Posted: 13 August 2011 at 8:50am | IP Logged
Originally posted by kasharti1

^^difference of opinion. What you think is "not wrong" could be thought of as wrong by others and vice versa and I guess if that happens one can voice their opinion. Anywho, I didn't come here for an online debate so toodles! :D
Of course, you didn't. Tongue But anyhow, the fact that the twilight books are extremely sexist is a fact not an opinion.

Edited by silver. - 13 August 2011 at 8:49am

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Posted: 17 August 2011 at 6:22am | IP Logged
"Of Mice and Men"

it was like i would rather bang my head on a wall thn reading it

it was stupid and boring and dumb ending

i dnt knw what was the purpose of tht book...

No offense to the "of mice and men" lovers

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well even i hate the twilight books!:)
i found the first book fine which is y i continued but after that it was a ll nonsense 4 me! i mean i didnt read half the new moon bk and almost 3/4th of eclipse and bd! but still i understood the whole book!Shocked
for one thing it doesnt have a proper story and a lot of fillers! for instance who cares abt the wolfs history in eclipse?that was soo boring..!

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I also don't particularly like Nicholas Sparks and Paulo Coelho... for some reason. I have read the Alchemist and I still have no idea why i don't like it. Soul searching? Language of the world, universe?

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Paulo is very philosophical. He's way too deep for me to like him. All his books are deep. I've only read the alchemist once and I'm not touching it again. It's just a personal preference. I didn't find it very interesting. I know it really did have a life changing impact on certain people but for me, it wasn't very good.

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