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Reading Interests: Historical Fiction, Amigurumi crochet patterns, some Manga, Lewis Carrol, Pete Hautman, Scott Westerfeild... More to be added later.

MNeff05's Book Lists
Favorite Mangas (9 titles)
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Crochetables (4 titles)
My Favorite books to Crochet From or ones that give me the most help
Favorites (9 titles)
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MNeff05's Comments    
Cover ArtNaruto, the movie. [2], Legend of the Stone of Gelel [videorecording]
by Kishimoto, Masashi
Really lame movie, lacks the action and wit that is seen in the TV show and the first movie. Ok story plot, but if you ask me it’s almost a waste of time to watch.   posted Aug 29, 2008 at 1:12PM

Cover ArtSpirited away [DVD]
by Miyazaki, Hayao
This is a very cute story and an easy opening into the world of Miyazaki film fandom. It’s a cute story of a girl who finds herself transported to a place filled with interesting characters and cute creatures. I don’t want to give much away. I think that everyone would like this movie. I disagree with Darkness, it’s not kidish, it is definately enjoyed by kids but I think thats a bad wa of discribing the movie. It definately has deeper elements of love, remembrance it’s all wrapped up in a great adventure story.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 10:59AM

Cover ArtThe red tent
by Anita Diamant
I read this story a while back, I found it to be a very good read. It was a little long in some parts, but others you really wanted more. I felt the ending was a cop out though, like the author wasn’t sure how to end it. I wouldn’t say that it is a must read, but it was a very interesting story for a character who is only in a quick snippet of the Bible.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 10:53AM

Cover ArtThe virgin suicides
by Jeffrey Eugenides
I ditto the mature reader warning of Angela’s. A quick read, The Virgin Suicides is a beautifully written book about a band of boys and their obsession with the 5 sisters who live across the street. Told in past tense it’s a remebrance of one year in their lives that saw 5 suicides. It gives some insight to the sister’s lives, but through clues that this group of boys sees from across the street, at a party, and what they hear over phone calls. I wouldn’t say that this is a must read, but I think that many people may find it a compelling read.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 10:49AM

Cover ArtGourd pyrography
by Widess, Jim.
Really cool projects in here. I don’t know how much I’ll be using it, but some really good inspiration.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 10:37AM

Cover ArtStep-by-step pyrography
by Neill, Bob.
Cute ideas, simple tecniques, a great starter book.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 10:35AM

Cover ArtLust
by Robin Wasserman
Very disapointed in this series. Not really what I expected. It was kind of pointless to read because you could guess what was going to happen later on. Boring read.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 10:34AM

Cover ArtThe final warning : a Maximum Ride novel
by James Patterson
Exciting plot twists unquie to Patterson books. More sotry than character development as DZ said. Just need to wait for book 5!   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 10:31AM

Cover ArtThe final warning : a Maximum Ride novel
by James Patterson
Great book, classic James Patterson twists that keep the readers going. Patterson keeps up his story. Just waiting for book 5 now!   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 10:27AM

Cover ArtMaximum ride : saving the world and other extreme sports
by James Patterson
I was excited to read about more of the characters in this book, I agree with DZ in the fact that there isn’t much story developement, but James Patterson does give us a good solid book for character developement and a source other then the books to get even more insight to the lives that they live. Another must read.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 10:02AM

Cover ArtSchool’s out-- forever
by James Patterson
I disagree with Darkness’s comment. A very fast read, highly addictive characters. I think this is an amazing sequal. I’m mezmorized by Patterson once again.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:59AM

Cover ArtMaximum Ride : the angel experiment
by James Patterson
Best series for teens out there today. Fast action, compelling story, amazing word choice. I think this is definately a must read for everyone.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:54AM

Cover ArtCrystal doors : book I : [island realm]
by Moesta, Rebecca
Beautifully written and very exciting book. It’s the beginning of a series that I’m vey excited to read now. I didn’t know what I was getting into when I picked up this book.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:53AM

Cover ArtGreat book of woodburning
by Irish, Lora S.
Perfect for any beginner and any skil level up. I am a beginner myself and I found this book to be very helpful in learning the basic skills of woodburning. I think I found my new hobby and another book that I have to buy.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:47AM

Cover ArtThe lake house : a novel
by James Patterson
Second to When the Wind Blows, this is one of the best sequals I have ever read. Patterson is best read, not talked about. A must read series for any Patterson Fan.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:45AM

Cover ArtWhen the wind blows
by James Patterson
Anyone who’s read the Maximum Ride series will love this book. I found this to be one of Patterson’s best books though I admit that I haven’t read much of his work. The plot is intriguing, the characters ar amazingly pure and upfront with the readers. Perfect read.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:43AM

Cover ArtThe Tao of Pooh
by Hoff, Benjamin
Really cute book. A little hard to understand at first, but Hoff writes it in such a way that everyone can understand. Much better then his second to the series.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:40AM

Cover ArtThe complete works of Lewis Carroll
by Carroll, Lewis
I recommend this to anyone who thinks that Alice in Wonderland is the only book that Lewis Carroll wrote. I love this book.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:38AM

Cover ArtEnder’s game
by Orson Scott Card
Amazing bookby Card. I wasn’t sure if I should read it or not, it seems like a guy book from the start, but as a girl I totally enjoyed it. If you like this you should read Ender’s shadow. It’s the same story but from Bean’s perspective. Also amazingly written.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:36AM

Cover ArtThe lovely bones
by Alice Sebold
I highly recommend this book. Mostly for me it was about relationships. I have a feeling though that this is a book that is best read twice to se what the author really intends everyone to see. There is definately more than meets the eye when it comes to this book. I like that the author didn’t mention God in Susie’s heaven, to me it gave it a feeling that everyone can enjoy this book no matter what someone’s religion is. I think that it was a smart choice on Sebold’s part, and that of her editor’s. I think that a wide group of people will enjoy this book, I know it was a big hit when it first came out, so I think it will continue in it’s popularity as the years go on, I know that I will be purchasing a copy of it.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:30AM

Cover ArtElla enchanted
by Levine, Gail Carson
Have to argee with Aeryn, said movie was terrible but the book is very well written. I love the way that Levine wrote this book, the wording and plot structure was very well done, perfect for the age group that it was made for, however any age group would probably enjoy this book. Again though, don’t get discouraged by the movie. If you didn’t like it, it doesn’t mean that you won’t like the book.   posted Aug 18, 2008 at 9:21AM

Cover ArtCandy and me : a love story
by Liftin, Hilary
I really liked this book. It sounded like me in many ways. Everything from the days of smarties to the massive amounts of candy corn eatten around Halloween. I found many of my favorite candies were the titles of different chapters. I feel that anyone who has, or did have a major love of candy will find something about this book that they like. A warning though: it is a slightly girly book, and it will leave you wanting candy.   posted Jun 3, 2008 at 1:28PM

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