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Re: Classics
« Reply #15 on: April 22, 2020, 07:06:59 am »
... Personally my favourite is 1984 by Orwell, although the characters are enjoyable, the world of 1984 is what draws a reader in
That's also one of my favorites. Never have I read a book as quickly as this one. Finished it in a few days which for me is very very quick. Mind you, I was reading it while on vacation without an internet connection, but still  :laugh: As you said, the world draws you in. I couldn't lay down the book for a long time before I had to pick it up again and continue.

... Personally my favourite is 1984 by Orwell, although the characters are enjoyable, the world of 1984 is what draws a reader in

All characters are equal, but some characters are more equal then others.  :laugh:

I see what you did there  :laugh: double plus good.

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Re: Classics
« Reply #16 on: April 22, 2020, 01:29:02 pm »
I dont know if they're classics yet, but I really love Agatha Christie Novels

Sure for me it's a classic  :laugh:

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