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Humor Books

Discussion in 'Book Lovers' started by cheenu123, Jan 29, 2018.

  1. cheenu123

    cheenu123 Gold IL'ite

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    Hi everyone,
    Can you suggest some humor books?
    I recall catcher in the rye, the indisputable Americans, how to make enemies and offend people as some of the nice books.
    Suggestions welcomed please
     
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  2. soraj

    soraj Senior IL'ite

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    i suggest wimpy kid series..i really liked it a lot...
     
  3. Sandycandy

    Sandycandy IL Hall of Fame

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    Try P.G.Wodehouse , His Jeeves series are my favorite.
     
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    PriyaSrini Moderator Staff Member Platinum IL'ite

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    The Hitchhicker's guide to the galaxy, Three men in a boat, Pickwick papers (if you are can sit through 800 odd pgs),
     
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    Endlesshope Platinum IL'ite

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    Darthvader and son
    Shitty mom

    If you read Telugu books : barrister parvathesam and budugu are all time favorites
     
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    Ouroboros Silver IL'ite

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    I deferred Terry Pratchett for a long time.
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    Ouroboros Silver IL'ite

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    I deferred Terry Pratchett for a long time. Ever adding his books to the 'wishlist' and 'sample' in Kindle but never emptying them out as 'bought' and 'read'.

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    Ouroboros Silver IL'ite

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    I deferred Terry Pratchett for a long time. Ever adding his books to the 'wishlist' and 'sample' in Kindle but never emptying them out as 'bought' and 'read'. Long ago I chanced on <> in the Discworld series.
     
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    I deferred Terry Pratchett for a long time. Ever adding his books to the 'wishlist' and 'sample' in Kindle but never emptying them out as 'bought' and 'read'. Long ago I chanced on 'Color of <>' in the Discworld series.
     
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    I deferred Terry Pratchett for a long time. Ever adding his books to the 'wishlist' and 'sample' in Kindle but never emptying them out as 'bought' and 'read'. Long ago I chanced on "Color of M" in the Discworld series. I flipped the first few pages several times but had no impetus to read further. Few weeks ago, I read his "Mort". I was bolted, and I hope I am using the word reasonably. The book was outright hilarious. Then I jumped onto other Discworld books and my last book in that series is "Small Gods". Comedy and Wit and Terry Pratchett has to be taken in the same breath. Now, I have almost become evangelical in popularizing his works. All I need is a witch hat to swear my allegiance to his writing.
     
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