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Oh this should be fun. twisted

Book 1:
"Then he trod the man's fingers into the dirt. "Your silver has no wings. Remove the child's chains."

Book 2:
"... cobblestones. Outside the day had darkened. I judged it to be late afternoon."

Book 3:
"Dustin and Drew, who were now singing at the top of their totally tonedeaf lungs."
cami025
ok here it is:

detectors

there (it was the end of the paragraph)


Twilight. =]
Haha, I like the sound of the last one! XP Can't guess a single line, though. These things are almost impossible. o_o

edit: Was that really Twilight? XD
I'm reading several books right now, so I'll do this for each of them.

Book 1: The Edge Of The World by Kevin J. Anderson
had been erected on a jutting point of land outside of Ishalem. Its

Book 2: The Queen's b*****d by C.E. Murphy
grumbles that came so steadily they were comforting rather than


Book 3: The Tear Collector by Patrick Jones
I sigh loudly, then announce, "It's none of your business."


Book 4: Everyware by Adam Greenfield
ubiquitous case. In 2002, they published a paper describing the event


Book 5: Magi'i of Cyador by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
-chanter, and that means that unless she consorts with a


Book 6: Hades' Daughter by Sara Douglass
the pain you inflicted on me. Pain, to seal the bargain made



To see what books they come from, just highlight the post.
lntelligence lce
Haha, I like the sound of the last one! XP Can't guess a single line, though. These things are almost impossible. o_o

edit: Was that really Twilight? XD


I don't think mine are very popular. And I'm pretty sure it's Twilight.

"There were so many trees and shrubs I couldn't see its size at first. Where was the feel of the institution? I wondered nostalgically. Where were the chain-link fences, the metal detectors?"

-Twilight, page 13
Anila of Pellinor
I'm reading several books right now, so I'll do this for each of them.

Book 1: The Edge Of The World by Kevin J. Anderson
had been erected on a jutting point of land outside of Ishalem. Its

Book 2: The Queen's b*****d by C.E. Murphy
grumbles that came so steadily they were comforting rather than


Book 3: The Tear Collector by Patrick Jones
I sigh loudly, then announce, "It's none of your business."


Book 4: Everyware by Adam Greenfield
ubiquitous case. In 2002, they published a paper describing the event


Book 5: Magi'i of Cyador by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
-chanter, and that means that unless she consorts with a


Book 6: Hades' Daughter by Sara Douglass
the pain you inflicted on me. Pain, to seal the bargain made



To see what books they come from, just highlight the post.

I never would have guessed any of those. o.0
[Anila of Pellinor] Mm, wow, I've never heard of -any- of those. ._.

[-Miyu Sai-] I wouldn't know, I had to give my copy of it as a gift! XD

edit: Oh, oh, I see there. That's probably it. =P
lntelligence lce
[Anila of Pellinor] Mm, wow, I've never heard of -any- of those. ._.

[-Miyu Sai-] I wouldn't know, I had to give my copy of it as a gift! XD

XD I think I've read the Twilight series at least 4 times, so that's how I knew that one.

Mine:
Book 1: Empress by Karen Miller
Book 2: Witch Child by Celia Rees
Book 3: Marked by P.C and Kristin Cast
I'll grab the nearest one. Oh, and I put the book title in white.


Wow.
This one's a no-brainer, actually, as far as 'what series it is'. (though the actual book may be tricky):
"The Bene Gesserit seldom did anything casually." Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert.
twilek_jedi
I'll grab the nearest one. Oh, and I put the book title in white.


Wow.
This one's a no-brainer, actually, as far as 'what series it is'. (though the actual book may be tricky):
"The Bene Gesserit seldom did anything casually." Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert.

Wow. Never heard of that one. Is it a good book?
[-Miyu Sai-] I have only read Twilight, and none of the others. Kind of weird, isn't it? XP I'm not even a Twilight hater!

Gosh, I've never heard of those. I feel isolated in my literary choices. o.o My two books were:

The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman - much more interesting series than I thought it would be, admittedly!

Catch-22 by Joseph Heller - well written, but I just can't seem to stay focused in reading it. >.>;;;
-Miyu Sai-
twilek_jedi
I'll grab the nearest one. Oh, and I put the book title in white.


Wow.
This one's a no-brainer, actually, as far as 'what series it is'. (though the actual book may be tricky):
"The Bene Gesserit seldom did anything casually." Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert.

Wow. Never heard of that one. Is it a good book?

If you like the Dune series.
It can be a bit difficult, slogging through the philosophical bits for pages on end. I wish Paul was a bit less self-loathing at times.
lntelligence lce
[-Miyu Sai-] I have only read Twilight, and none of the others. Kind of weird, isn't it? XP I'm not even a Twilight hater!

Gosh, I've never heard of those. I feel isolated in my literary choices. o.o My two books were:

The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman - much more interesting series than I thought it would be, admittedly!

Catch-22 by Joseph Heller - well written, but I just can't seem to stay focused in reading it. >.>;;;

I knew that writing style was familiar, just couldn't figure out why. I just finished The Golden Compass. =] He's a great writer.
twilek_jedi
-Miyu Sai-
twilek_jedi
I'll grab the nearest one. Oh, and I put the book title in white.


Wow.
This one's a no-brainer, actually, as far as 'what series it is'. (though the actual book may be tricky):
"The Bene Gesserit seldom did anything casually." Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert.

Wow. Never heard of that one. Is it a good book?

If you like the Dune series.
It can be a bit difficult, slogging through the philosophical bits for pages on end. I wish Paul was a bit less self-loathing at times.

Hmm. I think I'll check it out and see if it's for me.
He had never been struck with a club in his life, and did not Understand.

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