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It really is awesome, isn't it? In some ways, that says a lot about the movie. There are very few movies that match the mental pictures that book creates like "The Godfather". The music is incredible as well.
So am I TBH. Agree very much with you on this one. But then, no movie can be as good as a good book, for several reasons. The Godfather comes close however.I dunno about that. I read the book before seeing the movie and felt the movie didn't compare at all in quality to the book. I'm just a book-fanboy I guess.
Yeah, it's a good read.I flipped through it. It was (obviously) not a science textbook, but he definitely covers a lot of ground. The problem with it is, of course, you can't really include everything, and you can't include some of the most impressive stuff, which requires a more technical background.
Finished Dawkins' "The God Dellusion" Today. Very well written, makes some brilliant points at times (particuarly in the first half) it starts to stumble in my opinion when he starts writing on morality but he stays on par, very good book. Anyone here read it?
Jeffrey Archer has to be one of the most overrated authors going around, virtually all his books follow the same template. You can read the even chapters and then the odd chapters like two separate stories.Read a couple of Archer books, A prisoner of birth and paths of glory. Nothing special. Currently reading the first book of the mistborn series and it is pretty interesting.
Oh yeah, Kane and Abel is a very good book. Luckily it was the first Jeffrey Archer book I read so I wasn't prejudiced against him when I read it. Excellent book. Most of the rest is repetitive tripe.Only one of Jeff Archer's books is exceptional; Kane and Abel and another of them is pretty good; Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less. Everything else ranges from airport page-turner to toilet paper. His short stories are lovely though.
Didn't it have sequel called The Prodigal Son or some shiz? Remember reading it.Oh yeah, Kane and Abel is a very good book. Luckily it was the first Jeffrey Archer book I read so I wasn't prejudiced against him when I read it. Excellent book. Most of the rest is repetitive tripe.