violet wrote:I just finished The Little Prince. I had heard of it thousands of times, but this was the first time I read it. It is really a moving fairy tale! What a lovely boy the little prince is! What a sad story that he is bited by the snake and left earth! I think every girl likes to be the rose in little prince's planet...
I suggest you read it, if you haven't read it before.
Lalee wrote:Today I started reading another book written by Charles Dickens. It's going smoothly so far.
I'm planning to read a different book every week. Let's see how it goes.
Dixie wrote:Lalee wrote:Today I started reading another book written by Charles Dickens.
You're reading Dickens? What book? Let me know what you think about it when you finish!
Lalee wrote: 40 is a lot, Lennye. I wish there were a library like that here. Libraries here suck ass!
LennyeTran wrote:Yeah but amazingly enough, some people still complain about it. Last time I had to do a project about a culture, so I needed to find books of it. I came to the library at 9 something (it's open at 10), I was waiting outside and there were already bunch of people waiting at the door. They were talking so loud. I made a conversation with a group of college students (it was fun). We came to a point about how many books we could borrow at the library, and they were bitter because they could only borrow 40 books . So weird....
Dixie wrote:I have that book. I started reading it but didn't finish. It bored me to death!! I'm sorry to say that, master Dickens! Maybe I should try starting it again. Focus!!
Dixie wrote:By "green" I mean green if you notice, everything in the movie is green: the house, the characters' outfits, the walls... Just watch it again!
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