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Finish Line 2011 > *COMPLETED* Noura's adventure with the written word 2010-11

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Life on the Refrigerator Door
by Alice Kuipers

A good start I'd say

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The Walking Dead Vol. 4: The Heart's Desire
by Robert Kirkman

Can't wait to read the rest. an incredible series <3

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The Sandman Volume 1: Preludes & Nocturnes.
by Neil Gaiman

Another graphic novel. I've been wanting to read this for a while and finally got around it.

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The Graveyard Book
by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman never fails to amaze me.. this book is beautifully written and i enjoyed it. Would recomend it to anyone.

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Over The Anvil We Stretch
by Anis Mojgani

Mojgani is a lyrical genius and that's all you really need to know.
Now go pick up his book and read it or youtube his videos and trust me when i say you will get hooked. That man has a flow with words that is just incredible

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The Realm of Possibility
by David Levithan

Like Publisher's Weekly said "It's a realm worth exploring."
Beautiful book

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Fables: Legends in Exile (Fables, #1)
by Bill Willingham

For anyone who enjoyed fairytales growing up and is a fan of modern day fantasy, this book is a must

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Emily Noura wrote: "Fables: Legends in Exile (Fables, #1)
by Bill Willingham

for anyone who enjoyed fairytales growing up and is a fan of modern day fantasy, this book is a must"

Good to know. I had this one marked to read already, but I didn't know anyone who had read it, so I wasn't sure if it was any good. And since you're a Neil Gaiman fan, I know I can trust your opinion ;)

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The Sandman Volume 2: The Doll's House
by Neil Gaiman

Keeps getting better and better
Can't wait to read the rest.

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Kate wrote: "Noura wrote: "Fables: Legends in Exile (Fables, #1)
by Bill Willingham

for anyone who enjoyed fairytales growing up and is a fan of modern day fantasy, this book is a must"

Good to know. I had..."

Awesome, haha i feel honored!
well i hope you enjoy it as much i did

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The Truth About Leo
by David Yelland

Something i might have enjoyed reading 9 years ago, it was a children's book and one that to me at least won't be fully enjoyed by older readers.

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by Kyle Mills

This was an amazing book that i couldn't put down.
My friend recommended it to me and it took me a while to read it but i'm glad that i did.

It's action filled,hilarious, human, sad, emotional.. it basically is full of some emotion or other.

Although i'm usually the kind of person who's against movie adaptions of books, i can't help but think that Fade will make one hell of an awesome action movie.

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If I Stay
by Gayle Forman

Hauntingly beautiful anyone who read and enjoyed the lovely bones will love this. It's also appeals to music fans as well.

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The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #2)
by Rick Riordan

Read the first book a few years back but never got around to reading the other in the series.
If you have any interest in Greek Mythology this is a good series to read, it's very enjoyable.

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Zombie Tales: Oblivion
by Mark Waid Mark Waid

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How Not to Be Popular
by Jennifer Ziegler Jennifer Ziegler

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Pride of Baghdad
by Brian K. Vaughan

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Birthday Stories: Selected and Introduced by Haruki Murakami

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Batman: The Long Halloween
by Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale

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Batman: Year One
by Frank Miller Frank Miller

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The Unwritten Vol. 3: Dead Man's Knock
by Mike Carey Mike Carey

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Random Acts of Kindness
By Danny Wallace

By Daniel Clowes

The Umbrella Academy, Vol. 1: Apocalypse Suite
By Gerard Way

The Umbrella Academy, Vol. 2: Dallas
By Gerard Way

Signal to Noise
By Neil Gaiman

The Last Musketeer
By Jason

Chicken with Plums
By Marjane Satrapi

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The Virgin Suicides
by Jeffrey Eugenides

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Too Cool To Be Forgotten
by Alex Robinson

Ghost World
by Daniel Clowes

32 Stories: The Complete Optic Nerve Mini-Comics
by Adrian Tomine

by Marjane Satrapi

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Death Note: Another Note (Novel)
by NisiOisiN

The Happy Prince and Other Stories
by Oscar Wilde

Starter for Ten
by David Nicholls

Black Orchid
by Neil Gaiman

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Little Things: A Memoir in Slices
by Jeffrey Brown

Batman: The Cult
by Jim Starlin

You Against Me
by Jenny Downham

The Bell Jar
by Sylvia Plath

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by Alan Moore

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The Little Prince
by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

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The Sandman Vol. 3
by Neil Gaiman

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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
by Frank Miller

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The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #3)
by Rick Riordan

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Fables: Animal Farm (Fables #2)
by Bill Willingham

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Fables: Storybook Love (Fables, #3)
by Bill Willingham

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Are You Dave Gorman?
by Dave Gorman and Danny Wallace

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The Sandman Vol. 4
by Neil Gaiman

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by Craig Thompson

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How I Live Now
by Meg Rosoff

And I'm done. Most of them turned out to be graphic novels though

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