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message 1: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) Who is your favortie author?

message 2: by Sam (new)


message 3: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) YES!!! ERIN HUNTER ROX!

message 4: by Janeen-san (last edited Feb 10, 2009 02:19PM) (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) Here is a list of SOME of my favorite authors. If I listed them all...well, lets just say you would be overwhelmed:

Erin Hunter
Christopher Paolini
Rick Riordan
Ann Downer
Donita K. Paul
Wilson Rawls
J K Rowling
Brian Jacques

message 5: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) I know, it's sorta short list. :)

message 6: by Sam (last edited Feb 09, 2009 04:37PM) (new)

message 7: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) wow what? Wow its short or wow its long? :D
oooooo who is jack london? I LOVE J K ROWLING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

message 8: by Meghan (new)

Meghan Janeen, does Rick Riodran write the Percy Jackson series?

message 9: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) YES!

message 10: by Koori no hi (last edited Feb 10, 2009 03:32PM) (new)

Koori no hi Well I like lots of authors I guess, but for the most part I don't really pay attention to the author of the book. To name my favorites though...
Diana Wynne Jones
Garth Nix

message 11: by Koori no hi (new)

Koori no hi The only bok by Jack London I Havn't read is White Fang. The Sea Wolf was good, but it was a bit much for me - as an adolescent - to wrap my head around. I loved Call of the Wild! I've read it twice, and that's like the highest praise I can give a book.

message 12: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) Call of the Wild? I have a friend who is reding that!

message 13: by Koori no hi (new)

Koori no hi its a good book. you should read it. I have read all the books Garth Nix has written except Abhorsen and Shade's Children. the seventh tower series wasn't even really a series. it was more like one longer story cyt into seven chapters.

message 14: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) I have heards of Garth Nix. He is the one who wrote those books..."Drowned Wensday" and all those. Are they any good?

message 15: by Koori no hi (new)

Koori no hi yup. I loved them. the last one in the set is called Lord Sunday, and I can't wait till it comes out.

message 16: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) What is the first one...?

message 17: by Koori no hi (last edited Feb 15, 2009 02:15PM) (new)

message 18: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) ok thanks! Are they confusing? ♣

message 19: by Koori no hi (new)

Koori no hi no, Just make sure u read them in order. They will refer back to the other books in the set for some plot lines. u should ttly read them.

message 20: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) Ok, I will! Thanks! Uh, "ttly"?

message 21: by Koori no hi (last edited Feb 19, 2009 03:13PM) (new)

Koori no hi totally = ttly

message 22: by Janeen-san (new)

Janeen-san  (misswannareadalot) ok! :)

message 23: by Shelly (new)

Shelly | 1 comments ROBERT FANNEY!!

Luthiel's Song ROXZ!

Oooh! Love Garth Nix Too!

message 24: by Flamepaw_ (new)

Flamepaw_ | 3 comments Erin Huter, Kathryn lasky and Garth Nix. But i wonder what will happen it the 7th book of Keys to the Kingdom by Garth Nix.

message 25: by Flamepaw_ (new)

Flamepaw_ | 3 comments Garth Nix Too!

message 26: by Annagail (new)

Annagail | 1 comments Erin Hunter
Brian Jacques
Christopher Paolini
Trenton Lee Stewart
Patricia C. Wrede
James Riley
J. K. Rowling
Cornelia Funke
Roald Dahl
L. M. Montgomery
Sharon M. Draper
Ingrid Law
The list goes on and on!

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