PVIII wrote:I love Harlan Ellison and Haruki Murakami.
Ribbons wrote:Wasn't Kimberly Pierce (Boy's Don't Cry) actually in talks to direct a movie version of Childhood's End? I never found out whether or not that was just a rumor or not though.
Ribbons wrote:Yeah, I tried Googling it and there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of information, although it was in the Hollywood Reporter, so I assume it was a legit piece of news. I guess the project just never came together.
The Wrong Guy wrote:And if you're too stupid to appreciate any of those, I also like my Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, Jake Arnott and James Ellroy.
ThisIsTheGirl wrote:The Wrong Guy wrote:And if you're too stupid to appreciate any of those, I also like my Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, Jake Arnott and James Ellroy.
Yeah, because understanding 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea requires an IQ of at least 160. If you're any dumber than that, you may as well simply not bother.....
Bluebottle wrote:I just read the two Scott Pilgrim Manga/Graphic Novels that Edgar Wright is supposedly making into a film... They're fantastic, i reccomend them highly. The writer/artist has a real flair for dialogue, i hope they keep it set in Toronto.
Mantenna wrote:PVIII wrote:I love Harlan Ellison and Haruki Murakami.
I also higly recommend Dan Simmons 'Hyperion' Books, especially if you're a SciFi geek. An adaption of the Hyperion/Endymion stories were planned and reported about on AICN couple of years ago. Haven't heard anything about it since...
unikrunk wrote:The Silmarillion - fuck, I know I am a total nerd, start flaming me, but I read it constantly, over and over.
Keepcoolbutcare wrote:shit, where were you yesterday when I needed you?
The Jim Dodge stuff sounds great, hope they're available at my library.
Thanks for the heads up...
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