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1. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 17:50 GMT
Okay, I need a good, realistic fiction book with at least 150 pages. I don't have much time to read it, so, yeah. And you can ask for recomendations here also.
2. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:01 GMT
This one's perfect for you
Being serious, I'm not sure what to recommend. You said you wanted something realistic but it would help if you said what Genres you like
Edited on Sat 2nd January, 2010 @ 19:11 by Terra
3. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:10 GMT
Is Tom Sawyer 150 pages? That's a fantastic read.
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4. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:21 GMT
How realistic does it have to be?
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5. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:25 GMT
Blurb - When Lister got drunk, he really got drunk."After celebrating his birthday with a Monopoly-board pub crawl around London, he came to in a burger bar on one of Saturn's moon(Titan), wearing a ladies pink crimplene hat, a pair of yellow fishing waders, with no money and a passport in the name of 'Emily Berkenstein'.
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Edited on Sat 2nd January, 2010 @ 19:27 by Stevie
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6. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:32 GMT
Don't judge a book by its cover(s), will ya?
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7. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:36 GMT
The Eragon series might interest you i mean a friend of mine who played Zelda Games more then anyone i know loved that series well except for the movie.
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8. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:41 GMT
Seems like everyone completely skipped the line where he said it has to be realistic (which is odd since it was the first line, haha). Pretty sure Eragon and Red Dwarf are not realistic, unless you are from another dimension, and if so, can I come over?
Edited on Sat 2nd January, 2010 @ 19:42 by Adam
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9. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:42 GMT
@Adam The Chocolate War is realistic. Am I nobody?
10. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:47 GMT
Well, I wasn't going to say it, but...
(Nah, I have no idea what Chocolate Wars is, so I didn't figure it in to my statement. It seemed from the title that it might be some sort of fantasy though.)
Edited on Sat 2nd January, 2010 @ 19:47 by Adam
11. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:57 GMT
Hey who's to say that what happens in Red Dwarf could not happen in the future, I just thought he didn't want anything that was fantasy such as Lord of the Rings, Red Dwarf is sci-fi but is based on the world we live in and has characters and places from the real world so I thought it would count. Its a great book anyway so just read it ok
Edited on Sat 2nd January, 2010 @ 20:51 by Stevie
12. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 19:59 GMT
BTW I've already read Eragon, great book.
13. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 20:05 GMT
Haha, nice save, Stevie. It's a school assignment, so I think it's safe to assume the teacher did not include sci-fi under the scope of realism. I got that book as a gift but haven't read it. It's under a pile of a million other books I doubt I'll ever get to, sadly.
14. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 20:28 GMT
How about the Ramona series of books? Sure they're aimed at kids but they hold up very well and are realistic (I dare you to not identify someone with the stuff Ramona pulls) in how a 7-8 year old deals with family. They're also quick reads.
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15. Posted: Sat 2nd Jan 2010 20:36 GMT
Paper Towns, An Abundance of Katherines, and Looking For Alaska. All by John Green.
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16. Posted: Sun 3rd Jan 2010 17:32 GMT
Maybe you could write a realistic fiction book that's 150 pages then read it.I bet you could read any as long as you have a good explination as to how its realistic.
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17. Posted: Sun 3rd Jan 2010 19:03 GMT
I remember the Ramona series of books, Rowdy.Realistic, huh? I'm sorry, X, I can't think of any recommendations.
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18. Posted: Sun 3rd Jan 2010 19:06 GMT
Catch-22. Only book I've ever laughed at, a must read for anyone.
19. Posted: Mon 4th Jan 2010 22:36 GMT
Geralds game by Stephen King. A psychological thriller. It's 332 pages long though...
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20. Posted: Mon 4th Jan 2010 22:40 GMT
Percy Jackson. Though the second one's only 150 pages
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