07-11-2009 12:10 AM
lol yeah i know it takes me weeks to finish 1 book in the summer but during the school year I have a new one every week and am constantly finishing books way to fast how do you like Betwixt i started it and didn't like it.
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07-12-2009 11:30 PM
I have! no no no there really okay. the twilight saga was worst than it on the inapproperiat stuff it was really okay I love those books!
I love jace to.......
city of glass
07-13-2009 09:30 PM
o i know! i saw the musical and luv'd it!!!
that book is so onmy list!
07-14-2009 12:31 AM
I think its improtant to realise that there are two books called Wicked. One of which is the story about Galinda the Good Witch and Elphaba the Wicked witch by Gregory MgGuire. This Wicked has some sexual scenes in it and the overall story line is a little more mature than the normal teen reads. The other Wicked by Nancy holder & Debbie Viguie is about three cousins who are brought together by tragedy and dive into the world of magic.
07-14-2009 03:24 PM
Ya we know. Lol. We just happen to be talking about both. Lol.
The musical is AWESOME. Seriously though it's super fantastic. I got to see it on Broadway and it was seriously one of my best moments in NY. Have you listened to the soundtrack for Wicked? You'll fall in love. Lol.
The book is nothing like the musical though. The book is way darker and of course more adult. Still good though. ^.^
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07-14-2009 07:56 PM
Ugh... Wicked by Gregory Mcguire (sp?) was awful. Seriously- it's a waste of time. The musical was approximately 10 million times better.
I looooved the musical. Hated the book.
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07-19-2009 02:23 PM
Yeah, I've been dying to read all of those. Even though you didn't like Lost, I'm probably still gonna try and read it (Go used and out of print!) because I can never rely (no offence) on other people's opinions on books because I always think that they could be wrong and I would lose out on a good book.