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Frylu


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Posted Sat Nov 18th, 2006 10:32am Post subject: favourite book
My favourite is " the liar", because it is the funniest of his books.I like the main character adrian . i think that this book is so good ,because he ( according to " the moab is my washpot") uses bits of his life! So he can very well describe some situations. And the best iYou think all is over and that adrians uncle is the "bad guy", but then everything changes and you know that all was a game .Very well written indeed!

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teenage_tragady


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Posted Sat Nov 18th, 2006 5:11pm Post subject: favourite book
If i need to choose a fav fry book i don't know but my fav book ever would probably be Jane Eyre (read it in two days)

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Frylu


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Posted Sun Nov 19th, 2006 3:43pm Post subject: favourite book
Jane Eyre is a good book, indeed. But you must have a fav fry book (!) .

Or you mean that all are so interesting that you couldnt decide .
ludwig

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Canzonett


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Posted Sun Nov 19th, 2006 9:21pm Post subject: favourite book
http://stephenfry.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=34


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Frylu


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Posted Mon Nov 20th, 2006 4:38pm Post subject: favourite book
Thank you very much (!) X-D

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teenage_tragady


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Posted Tue Nov 21st, 2006 8:00pm Post subject: favourite book
Jane Eyre is a good book, indeed. But you must have a fav fry book (!) .

Or you mean that all are so interesting that you couldnt decide .
ludwig

i mean i couldn't decide do audio books count

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Frylu


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Posted Thu Nov 23rd, 2006 5:02pm Post subject: favourite book
Of course they do. Book or Audiobook, the contents are the same

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teenage_tragady


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Posted Thu Nov 23rd, 2006 8:29pm Post subject: favourite book
they the audio books have to be by stephen or just read by him because that could complicate things

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Frylu


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Posted Fri Nov 24th, 2006 3:17pm Post subject: favourite book
Stephen is definitely one of the best readers (!)

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Kari


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Posted Sat Nov 25th, 2006 5:32am Post subject: favourite book
^^ I LOVE hearing him read his own work. You start to understand the word stress... and that means more meaning. And you get to sit and listen to his voice... EAR CHOCOLATE.

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Frylu


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Posted Sun Nov 26th, 2006 11:37am Post subject: favourite book
I love him reading his own works, too. But I also love him reading other works

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Kari


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Posted Sun Nov 26th, 2006 11:55am Post subject: favourite book
Yeah, him reading Potter gave me a whole new perspective on Harry potter and all the characters.

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Frylu


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Posted Sun Nov 26th, 2006 11:59am Post subject: favourite book
He is definitely the best reader

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teenage_tragady


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Posted Sun Nov 26th, 2006 5:35pm Post subject: favourite book
i really don't know now the audio books and normal books it is to confusing :-//

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stomper4x4


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Posted Sun Nov 26th, 2006 8:22pm Post subject: favourite book
I listen to A LOT of audio books (I have way more time to listen than I do to read) and I have to vote for Stephen as one of the best readers. I love listening to him read his own work the best. I listened to "The Ode Less Travelled" and loved it! I was like being in school and having him teach you. Brilliant.

I have to agree about Harry Potter too. The first time around I listened to Jim Dale do them. He's a great narrator too (and actor. I had the privilage of seeing him and Alan Cumming in Three Penny Opera in Studio 54...), but nothing beats Stephen. Sometimes, I forget that it's him doing all the voices!

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