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savethescene
Your mission, should you choose to accept....
Give me a list of songs that are good to cry to (preferably with an option to somehow snag them from you via AIM or by other means). Not that I'm in a depressed mood or anything; they're just always good to have on hand. Wouldn't you agree?

In other news....I finished Alice's Adventures In Wonderland last night. The same day I got it. It's one of those books that you can't put down: witty, hilarious, fact-of-life-ish, and chalk full of naivety. If you ever get the chance, I think you should check it out from your local library. It's an easy read.

Off to check out Alice Through the Looking Glass. And while I'm in the "taking" mood, anyone have any suggestions for books I should read?

Current Music: lily allen - knock 'em out

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threetwoonegone From: threetwoonegone Date: November 14th, 2006 07:32 pm (UTC) (Link)
i recommend "a thousand years" by Brandtson

as far as books:

Lamb

The Greatest Story Ever Sold

Less Than Zero, Glamorama or anything by Bret Easton Ellis except Lunar Park and American Psycho, those aren't good first time Ellis reads.


dropmyname From: dropmyname Date: November 14th, 2006 11:25 pm (UTC) (Link)
"broken" by secondhand serenade & "this years love" david gray

& grendel by john c. gardner is a must-read.
extrinsically From: extrinsically Date: November 16th, 2006 01:38 am (UTC) (Link)
i read that this summer and i loved it. read both of the jungle books they're actually really amazing, too. i will give you a better list when i get home i had a book buying spree this summer and it was pretty intense.
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