A Clockwork Orange and just like the movie I really didn't enjoy it at all. But that doesn't mean I won't reread it in the future to see if my taste changes.
I would have to agree with you on this book. I reread it every three or four years to see if I like it yet, while everyone around me seems to coo at its mention. I guess I don't know what I'm missing. This is definitely one of those books it's cool to say you like.
This is definitely one of those books it's cool to say you like.
I liked the movie a bit more though.
I'd have to agree with you 110% on that statement I respect that the author made up his own words you could say with the story or book if you'd wanna call it that but I just found myself not digging it like I do alot of other stuff. When I first found the movie when I was younger I found myself bored with it just like I do to this very day. I try to like it I really do and I watch the movie here and thier to try to find something about it that I like but I just can't do it but thats just me you could say.
Well as of today I finished reading the Autobiography of Malcolm X by Malcolm X & Alex Haley. Everyone on earth should read this book, it really opened my eyes and my heart to alot of things I've never thought about before. It's even given me a great interest in the religion of Islam also and I am generally completely against all organized religion.
Just read the third Odd Thomas book. It's the best of the three but that's not saying much. And I read White Light from Jim Butcher. The Dresden Files are kind of a guilty pleasure. They are kind of stupid but they are entertaining as hell. They made a semi-shitty show based on them.