QUOTE(metaldevil @ Nov 6 2006, 05:15 AM)
^ I didn't know he'd written Shawshank. I saw the movie and thought it was phenomenal. I'll definitely have to pick up the book next time I hit up B&N.
It's written as a Novella in the Different Seasons book. It's entitled Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption
QUOTE(thewickedjester @ Nov 7 2006, 06:32 PM)
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. By far my favorite book ever. Deffinetly worth a read, so is most of his other stuff. The Wanting seed (A deffinite read for ANY 1984 or Brave New World fans, both good books as well).
Any of my other favorites would have to be:
1984 (Brave New World was good as well, but Huxley as intelligent as he is, certainly is not a man of words, and the book its just hard to read at times, meaning, hard to keep going on reading it)
Alphabet of Manliness (Maddox > All. Need I say more?)
Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy (The movie was very well done, but you really have to read the book to get the full story)
Farenheit 451 falls into the same lines as 1984 and Brave New World. Im really not sure which one my favorite is.
Hitchikers guide is ok, but as the books progress it just gets worse and worse.