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Have you read I am the cheese? What did you think of it? Or how about another book that's just left you stunned, changed your life even?
-- Tim (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 21, 1999
Good choice, Tim. I've read "I am the Cheese", but so long ago that I can't recollect too much...but I remember it being a very good book. The recollection thing comes with age....like cheese or something, you always get better with age, but some parts get mushy...like my brain. Anyhow, that was quite a tangent...the age thing again. Many years ago, I also read a book called "A Separate Peace" by John Knowles. In fact, I did a final paper on the comparison/difference between "A Separate Peace" and "To Kill A Mockingbird". I'd recommend it...a very good book, if you are looking for something to read "A Separate Peace" by John Knowles.
-- Greg Barber (email@example.com), September 22, 1999.
Not read Cheese, but i did read Sophies World which was amazing - and not a little confusing :)
-- smallkat (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 23, 1999.
Yes, I've read IATC and I liked it a lot. Twas recommended (and sent, for that matter) to me by my online friend Maegan. On reading this entry, I immediately forced her to read it, and she approved.
Books that changed my life? "Trainspotting" by Irvine Welsh. Thanks to that book, I now live in Edinburgh, take heroin and talk like a character in it, ken? Well, the last one anyway.
-- Madam Zobocop Loonymong Esquire (email@example.com), September 23, 1999.
I read "I am the Cheese" by Robert Cormier and I thought it was a little confusing, but once I realized where his bike ride took place everything came together like some sort of warped puzzle. I definitley think this book is a 'must-read.'
-- Cass (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 03, 2000.
Though I had to read it for an Honors English course, I felt that that book is a very good read and very well written. The outcome of the book is dramatic and doesn't end the way you'd think it does. I'd gladly recommend this to anyone's list.+
-- 007 (007@HOTMAIL.COM), April 24, 2002.