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The One Ring Forums: Off Topic: The Pollantir:
I suppose so...
 
Poll: YA books
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Rembrethil
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Jul 30, 1:05pm


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I suppose so... [In reply to] Can't Post

To each their own. I will freely admit that she has an interesting story idea, but I thoroughly dislike her literary execution, and I'll never use her Hunger Games books as a guide to better writing skills.

Subject User Time
YA books DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown Jul 25, 11:39pm
    None of the above. Meneldor Send a private message to Meneldor Jul 26, 12:11am
        I did attempt the Ranger's Apprentice series DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown Jul 26, 12:49am
        Me too Name Send a private message to Name Jul 26, 11:58pm
        Ah, yes! Oppel Ethel Duath Send a private message to Ethel Duath Jul 27, 12:34am
        Me too! arithmancer Send a private message to arithmancer Jul 27, 5:17pm
    Other Otaku-sempai Send a private message to Otaku-sempai Jul 26, 12:20am
        I have read the first two Prydain books DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown Jul 26, 12:47am
    I take from your question Ataahua Send a private message to Ataahua Jul 26, 2:40am
        Thank you! DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown Jul 26, 2:45am
    None of the above BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox Jul 26, 8:16am
        Ditto Elanor of Rohan Send a private message to Elanor of Rohan Jul 26, 12:32pm
    I've read and enjoyed YA novels, but none that you listed. Sorry :P zarabia Send a private message to zarabia Jul 26, 9:15am
        The Outsiders was one of those books we had to read at school Starling Send a private message to Starling Jul 26, 10:59am
            Whew! zarabia Send a private message to zarabia Jul 27, 6:28am
                Well Starling Send a private message to Starling Jul 27, 7:52am
                    Hahaha! zarabia Send a private message to zarabia Jul 27, 1:07pm
                        Let's get together and make Starling Send a private message to Starling Jul 27, 6:19pm
                            And thus was born Starabia Productions! :D // zarabia Send a private message to zarabia Jul 28, 4:52am
            Another Outsiders fan here Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve Aug 2, 1:27pm
    Other Starling Send a private message to Starling Jul 26, 10:47am
    Tried... Arannir Send a private message to Arannir Jul 26, 10:51am
        Agreed, Rembrethil Send a private message to Rembrethil Jul 26, 8:24pm
    some recommendations for good YA fantasy Annael Send a private message to Annael Jul 26, 2:20pm
        L'Engle has written other YA novels, as well. Magpie Send a private message to Magpie Jul 26, 2:35pm
        I loved a Wrinkle in Time. One of my Ethel Duath Send a private message to Ethel Duath Jul 27, 12:39am
        Also "The Dark is Rising" series. Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Jul 28, 7:13pm
        My favorite Madeline L'Engle book Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve Aug 2, 1:33pm
            My sister adored this book DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown Aug 3, 4:58am
                Clearly Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve Aug 3, 11:34am
                    Thank You! DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown Aug 3, 3:12pm
    Loved Hunger Games IdrilLalaith Send a private message to IdrilLalaith Jul 26, 7:56pm
        Jane Eyre is a masterpiece! DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown Jul 26, 10:46pm
            It certainly is IdrilLalaith Send a private message to IdrilLalaith Jul 27, 6:12am
    I think the Jungle Books (not the Disney) and the original Bambi Ethel Duath Send a private message to Ethel Duath Jul 27, 12:47am
    Does book on tape (/disc) count? joec_34 Send a private message to joec_34 Jul 28, 8:01pm
        Oh I totally agree! DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown Jul 29, 3:24am
            It's funny IdrilLalaith Send a private message to IdrilLalaith Jul 29, 4:56am
                Maybe it was the book on tape thing that threw me off joec_34 Send a private message to joec_34 Jul 29, 12:54pm
                    I liked it myself because the writing style was used for a reaosn. DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown Jul 29, 1:15pm
                        I read the first chapter, but couldn't go further.. Rembrethil Send a private message to Rembrethil Jul 29, 4:13pm
                            That makes sense IdrilLalaith Send a private message to IdrilLalaith Jul 30, 4:05am
                                I suppose so... Rembrethil Send a private message to Rembrethil Jul 30, 1:05pm
                                    Definitely IdrilLalaith Send a private message to IdrilLalaith Aug 1, 4:33am
    None of the above... Donry Send a private message to Donry Jul 29, 5:45pm
    The last YA book i read was sauget.diblosio Send a private message to sauget.diblosio Aug 1, 11:06am
        Ha! IdrilLalaith Send a private message to IdrilLalaith Aug 2, 5:25am
    Not really my cup of tea dubulous Send a private message to dubulous Aug 2, 7:00pm

 
 
 

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