Have you read the Darth Bane trilogy? It is great. Should I read Star Wars, Thrawn?
No, I haven’t. And yes, you should. I’m actually starting to like Thrawn after reading the book lol.
Okay I will try to fit it in once I have time to do something other than school projects.
Great books! I still have to read the third one.
there's three? I read the first one. and for those that don't know. you can read the heir to the empire trilogy, its about Thrawn and its pretty good.
I read the Heir to the Empire trilogy, too! I remember it being good.
The third Thrawn book after Thrawn and Alliances is Treason if I recall correctly. I should check if it's at the library because now I really want to read it.
Has anyone read the Lemonade War series?
I did, probably five years ago!
(That summer, I paid my brother ten cents for every 25 cent cup of lemonade that he sold at our stand)
Good tips for starting your own business!
Cool! I read it a while ago, and my one of my sisters has read the series!
Ok @Shadow_Darksong I finished keepers. I am lollipop and at Shannon Messenger right now...
I hate autocorrect....
lollypop = So mad
What's with the 'and' then?
It isn't supposed to be there...
Anybody here a George Orwell fan? I picked up Animal Farm from my campus lending library and now I am reading 1984.
Yes 1984 is like one of the most insightful books. You should read brave new world too.
He totally nailed a prediction of "cancel-culture." I didn't expect it to be so sexually... provocative. I will definitely check out his other books!
[1984: NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHIDLREN UNDER THE AGE OF 15]
I mean ha just wait for brave new world. So you know 1984 is a society controlled by fear where as brave new world is a society controlled by pleasure. It’s super interesting and I can see how society is going in both ways. China and North Korea are like 1984. Norway and Sweden and places like those are more like brave new world. Have you read Fahrenheit 451?
I'm saving Fahrenheit 451 for when I read it for a lit class next semester. I am realizing how there are different u/pro/distopian novels for different generations, The Giver being one of them.