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Sunday, May 29, 2005

The west wich was died



Recently, I’m interested in reading books. Since I decided to quit the club for a while, I could have some free time that shorter enough for reading. So the day before yesterday, after a long separation, I read one book. That was very thin, but famous and really good one. Because in the end, I couldn’t help tears flowing down the cheeks.
I want to read books that can grow me up more.

Does anyone know a good book to read?
Or, if you have your favorite, please tell me and introduce the content a little bit*

9 Comments:

  • At 5:20 AM, Blogger Tanukinukinuki said…

    Hello. I like Gundam SEED and SEED Destiny a lot, and I was looking for people who like the same, and... well, I found you. sorry if I'm too strange... ^_^O

    I've read and liked some books by Banana Yoshimoto. I like Kitchen and NP the most. ^_^ they have a very grown-up theme, so I don't know if you'll like them.

     
  • At 6:58 AM, Blogger Mika said…

    Hi! Thank you for your comment! If I can take a picture of the coon, I'll show it on my blog.
    I had read the book!! And it was really good story! Maybe I read it when I was a high school student. I haven't been good at reading, and I frequently fall asleep... But this book was easy for me to read.
    Is the book famouse!? I didn't know. But I recommend everyone to read this book.

     
  • At 7:59 AM, Blogger scott-o said…

    uh oh a wild tanuki has found your site Eri, be careful, we studied them in clss you konw they can be dangerous.

    If you want some ideas on books, I could suggest quite a few from different genres, but before I do, I'd like to know more specifically what you like to read. I dont think I know Banana Yoshimoto, what has she written? Not GundamSeed, surely someone with the name Banana wouldn't be writing about Gundam.

    Have you read any of Haruki Murakami's books? My friends in school recommended that I read Norwegian Wood and A Wild Sheep Chase maybe these are no longer popular in Japan, but I think they sound interesting and rather modern. Anyway that is my two cents. I would suggest more if you tell me more specifically what you like.

     
  • At 9:40 AM, Blogger YukaMori said…

    You read the book!! I have never read it, so I want to do it. I love “Karakuri Karakusa” and “Rika-san” of the same author. I recommend you them because they are VERY interesting.

    I have read only one book of Banana Yoshimoto. It was “Amrita” and I also like it.

    If you prefer short stories, “Enshi shisyo and I” series of Kaoru Kitamura are better. Kaori Eguni’s books are not so long, so you can read them. However, I think the books of Shinichi Hoshi, short shorts do not take time.

     
  • At 1:33 AM, Blogger Megumi Kakimoto said…

    I love reading, too!
    Reading broaden our horizen, so reading is good for you.

    Ummm... I read a lot of books, but I don't remember. Sorry...

    I read some books by Shinichi Hoshi when I was a elementary school student.
    His books are very easy to read and I think you can read without taking much time. Also, his stories are interesting :-)

    Oh, I recommend you to read picture books!
    Picture books are not only easy to read but also tells us important things for our lives. Also, you can enjoy their pictures.
    I learned a lot from picture books, so I recommend ^u^

     
  • At 12:24 AM, Blogger Tanukinukinuki said…

    Haruki Murakami has some pretty interesting-themed novels too. ^_^

    and hey Mika, I have a picture of a raccoon. I think they're cute, and I like collecting pictures of them. ^_^

     
  • At 2:21 AM, Blogger Nakaeri said…

    Conversation going without me….
    Anyway, thanks everyone!! I love you all!!

    Well, sorry about my laziness, I didn’t comment on
    my blog recently. I will try to post more frequently…

     
  • At 2:50 AM, Blogger Nakaeri said…

    Tanuki sann>
    Hello! It’s Ok if you were strange! Because I am strange too!
    Well, I think you are not strange.
    Oh Banana Yoshimoto is pretty famous. But I never read her books…
    If you recommend that, I will try to read it.
    I wrote to you at the post of “Smily”also, so please read it!
    Mika>
    Helloooo! Thank you for your comment! I think the book is famous.
    May be. Do you fall asleep when you reading a book?? Oh-ohh.
    But when I was a high school student, I also fall asleep when I listen a
    beautiful music. Something good may makes you fall asleeeep??
    Scott-o>
    Oh no! Tanuki is dangerous but cute and smart!!! I like them.
    I know the name of Haruki murakami, but I keep refusing his books.
    Because it’s looks difficult ^ ^;
    I think I prefer right novels.(I like fantasy!)
    Yuka M>
    Hello! Actually, I got the book! “Karakuri karakusa” at Geo!
    The price was 50 yen! (CHEAP!) I would start to read it if I could have
    Some free time on this weekend. (May be not..)
    I don’t know Kaoru Kitamura. Who is he??
    But I know Shinichi Hoshi. I read “Bokkocyann.” His idea is always
    surprising and interesting!!

     
  • At 2:15 AM, Blogger Yuri said…

    Try "The Giver". I like books which grow me up too, and "The Giver" do so. It has an important theme for human beings, and it makes us think a lot. The story is both sad & sweet, but do not worry, it is not too sad. It is really a nice book. Last year, I read it more than three times bcz I just liked it, really! I hope you enjoy it. I do not wanna tell you the story very much, but it asks you things like 'what if we do not feel?' or 'do people really need love?'. Have fun!

     

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