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message 1: by Mu'az (last edited Jan 03, 2011 06:45AM) (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments Bermula dengan

1. A Painted House by John Grisham


message 2: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments 2. Derai-Derai Debu oleh Darma Mohamad


message 5: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments finish the girl with the dragon tattoo.....haha


message 6: by Khairul H., I hate people but not you. You, I like. (new)

Khairul H. | 2357 comments Mod
Someone wrote a parody, 'The Dragon with the Girl Tattoo'. Don't know if it's really funny or not.


message 7: by Nazmi, Editor Sastera Berita Harian (BH), cerpenis dan novelis (new)

Nazmi Yaakub | 2167 comments Mod
Khairul H. wrote: "Someone wrote a parody, 'The Dragon with the Girl Tattoo'. Don't know if it's really funny or not."

mau cuba baca parody tu.


message 8: by Khairul H., I hate people but not you. You, I like. (new)

Khairul H. | 2357 comments Mod
Nazmi, saya nampak di Kinokuniya.


message 9: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments neh....the parody....cmne citer 2 akan jd ek????


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Mu'az | 75 comments Alhamdulillah...

buku ke
5. Tombiruo oleh Ramlee Awang Murshid


message 13: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments 8.Tombiruo Terakhir oleh Ramlee Awang Murshid

selesai bacaan trilogi ini. Selepas lama mencarinya. Cuti seminggu habis diguna


message 16: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments 11. Fathi Yakan yang menulis Apa Ertinya Saya Menganut Islam

Alhamdulillah selesai membace buku ini. Ingin menghadam isinya. Cukup Komprehensif. Harap dapat betul betul berintima' dengan islam


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Lolliepop (snhz) | 246 comments Mu'az wrote: "10. Worst Case by James Patterson"

best tak yang ni?


message 18: by Lolliepop (new)

Lolliepop (snhz) | 246 comments Mu'az wrote: "Bermula dengan

1. A Painted House by John Grisham"


ok tak yang ini?


message 19: by Norain (new)

Norain | 687 comments Mu'az wrote: "11. Fathi Yakan yang menulis Apa Ertinya Saya Menganut Islam

Alhamdulillah selesai membace buku ini. Ingin menghadam isinya. Cukup Komprehensif. Harap dapat betul be..."


Bacaan usrah? :)


message 20: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments lolliepop : dua2 best .....it has a bit different....but still pulse pounding....both have a very unique story line...

Norain : Yup...that's right...but then i didnot take it as bacaan usrah...i take it as knowledge that we have to find.... I did not like those who read because they are forced to do so....


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message 22: by Norain (new)

Norain | 687 comments Pandangan yang SANGAT baik. Apabila dipaksa terasa macam buku teks yang ditelaah semata-mata untuk peperiksaan kemudian ilmunya terbang entah ke mana.


message 23: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments 13. Rojak: Bite-Sized Stories by Amir Muhammad

a collection of unthinkable short story...mostly touch the sensitve side of our norms and culture


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Mu'az | 75 comments 15. Tariq: Menang Ataupun Syahid by Abdul Latip Talib

Best novel. An inspiring novel especially for young man nowadays. Tariq bin Ziyad is and example of a very brave young man.


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Mu'az | 75 comments 17. The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

two weeks struggling to finish this book. have watched the movie and it helped me understand better.

Yet, i do not believe that Jesus have decendent


message 28: by Khairul H., I hate people but not you. You, I like. (new)

Khairul H. | 2357 comments Mod
I don't hate the book because of its theories (which was stolen from Holy Blood, Holy Grail anyway) but because Dan Brown is a horrible writer. He can't write dialogue worth a damn and his prose style is clumsy. Tom Clancy for example can't wrote dialogue worth a damn but at least he hid it with suspense and tension.


message 29: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments quite agree wit u but than i'm longed for book that tells us history and its mysteries..

any suggestion?


message 30: by Khairul H., I hate people but not you. You, I like. (new)

Khairul H. | 2357 comments Mod
You can try books by Robert Harris. He writes historical fiction with a bit of mystery thrown in.


message 31: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments is it available at KLIBF????


message 32: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments robert harris's books


message 33: by Khairul H., I hate people but not you. You, I like. (last edited Apr 28, 2011 04:34PM) (new)

Khairul H. | 2357 comments Mod
Mu'az wrote: "is it available at KLIBF????"

Donno. I haven't been to KLIBF since the late 1980s.


message 34: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments I've found one...thanks for the suggestion...enigma by Robert Harris...

haven't read it..yet to be...

wow...the same with me...never been there...this time also busy...could not find time to go to KL


message 35: by Khairul H., I hate people but not you. You, I like. (new)

Khairul H. | 2357 comments Mod
Enigma is good. It's about the Nazi Enigma code machine and the British attempts to break it. Harris' story is the fictionalised version of it (but with some elements of fact in it).

My favourite is still Fatherland. Nazi Germany won WWII so the world doesn't know about the Death Camps until a Nazi officer stumbles upon the secret and is hounded by the Gestapo and all hell breaks loose. They made a TV movie of it I think.


message 36: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments oh no...could not find fatherland....

I've seen Band Of Brother directed by Steven Spielberg and i thinks its nice.
it plays with people'es emotions and mixed it with the actual fact.


message 38: by Khairul H., I hate people but not you. You, I like. (last edited May 04, 2011 09:26PM) (new)

Khairul H. | 2357 comments Mod
R.K. Narayan is so far the only Indian author that I enjoy reading. Don't know why he's the only one but he is. I love his Malgudi books. Try The Painter of Signs or The Man-Eater of Malgudi.


message 39: by Norain (new)

Norain | 687 comments Khairul H. wrote: "R.K. Narayan is so far the only Indian author that I enjoy reading. Don't know why he's the only one but he is. I love his Malgudi books. Try The Painter of Signs or [book:The Man-Eate..."

I hope I did not read your comment. Because everytime I do, I will go straight to checking the books in our catalogue and include the books you suggested into my to-read list. I blame you for making my list longer...


message 40: by Khairul H., I hate people but not you. You, I like. (last edited May 05, 2011 03:30AM) (new)

Khairul H. | 2357 comments Mod
My purpose in life is to distract students from their studies.

Btw, my comment up there...shouldn't it be "is the only Indian author whom I enjoy reading"? I don't know why I wrote "that".


message 41: by Norain (last edited May 05, 2011 03:59AM) (new)

Norain | 687 comments Many tend to replace 'which' and 'whom' with 'that' and maybe it will be accepted as the right grammar as English continues evolving, and everyone will accept is as normal. Like the use of 'shall' being replaced by 'will'.

Nice purpose you have there. I hope I can say you fail but, well... I was not taught to tell lies.


message 42: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments I'm agree with Khairul. Though i've read only this stories by R.K Narayan but it is quite interesting and humorous.

p/s : I've heard the fictional town of Malgudi is now a real town in India. Is that so?


message 43: by Khairul H., I hate people but not you. You, I like. (new)

Khairul H. | 2357 comments Mod
Haven't heard anything about recreating a real Malgudi in India. What, as a tourist spot or a real village? Anyway, that's news to me.


message 44: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments i've heard it from someone during the mass lecture


message 45: by Mu'az (last edited May 18, 2011 10:02PM) (new)


message 46: by Norain (new)

Norain | 687 comments Bro Mu'az, awak bukan dah nombor 19? Swami and Friends tu 18.


message 47: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments hehe, thanks for remainding me.....xtue lagi pon dah nyanyuk...


message 48: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments here comes the twenty

20: Gerakan Hentam Indera by Zakaria Salleh

A story of combat between first rejiment of tentera darat and communist

place : sg chalit

simple and memorable story of a soldier and his unit


message 49: by Mu'az (new)

Mu'az | 75 comments 21. Mengenggam Bara : Menelusuri Perjuangan 50 Tahun Dewan Pemuda Pas Pusat Dan Kezaliman ISA oleh Riduan M. Nor

There is one extraction that i found in the book.
An interview of Tuan Guru Haji Abdul Hadi with Asiaweek :
"If we are inciting violence as UMNO alleges we won't be participating in the elections. Our participation in the democratic process is a proof that we are not propagating violence. We have representative in the state assemblies and in parliament. We believe change through the the ballot box. It is UMNO which does not believe in democracy and wants to stop all opposition parties and wants to stop all opposition parties from spreading their massage by banning the meetings."


message 50: by Khairul H., I hate people but not you. You, I like. (new)

Khairul H. | 2357 comments Mod
Mu'az wrote: "spreading their massage by banning the meetings."

Heheh, lain lak maksud ayat ni bila satu perkataan salah taip.


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