Hey everyone! Thus isn't related to the pic but I was curious, what is your favorite book? Mine is The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway.
@The Librarian, Lord of the Rings Trilogy. It's what got me into reading in the first place when I was in 4th grade. Ever since then I've read the books once a year since then (I'm 22 so you do the math)
@The Librarian, I don't have one book, but I love the Ranger's Apprentice series.
@The Librarian, playboy #456
@The Librarian, Unbroken, a WWII story about a guy named Louis Zamperini who gets captured by the Japanese. I think they are making a movie out of it
@The Librarian, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell. If you haven't read, then do it. Now. You won't be disappointed.
@The Librarian, It's easily dwarfed by other series I've read like Lord of the Rings, Tunnels, Artemis Fowl, Airborn, Harry Potter, Incarceron, Hitchhikers Guide, (just to name some of my favorites), etc., but I've always been fond of 'Airman' by Eoin Colfer. It's probably got one of the best narratives I've ever read, and though it is written as a 'young adult' novel, there are a lot of adult themes in it.
@The Librarian, The Brothers Karamazov, Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
@The Librarian, or Consent to Kill, Vince Flynn
@Led Beatles, I agree rangers apprentice was awesome.
@The Librarian, Incareceron and Rifles for Watie are two good ones.
@The Librarian, honestly Stephen King's new book, Doctor Sleep is pretty frickin amazing. Also Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell.
@The Librarian, I like the Maximum Ride book, Lord of the Rings, and The Hobbit.
@Praetor, You just hit a sweet spot for me. To be honest I have read to many books to have one favorite but that is on of my all time favorites.
@The Librarian, I'm glad to hear it, Connor Broekhart is still one of my all time favorite heroes. Have you read the Incarceron or Tunnels series?
@Praetor, No, I have the Tunnels series sitting in my room and I am planning in reading Incarceon but right now I'm caught up in a series call Cherub.
@The Librarian, walking dead, or A song of ice and fire
@The Librarian, hatchet
@The Librarian, I highly recommend both, the Tunnels series is an unbelievable journey. The character development over the course of the novels is amazing, and the scenery is so varied you forget half the places they've been. It's truly a ride. Incarceron is great due to it's steampunk roots and rough adventure writing. It's very satisfying. How's Cherub?
@The Librarian, Therese Desqueyroux by François Mauriac
@The Librarian, agatha Christi books, Harry potter, and ugly's series. My fave form childhood is there is a monster at the end of this book :)
@The Librarian, The Seven Realms series by Cinda Willams Chima is amazing
@Praetor, Cherubs an interesting series about a secret part of British secret services. The branch is children agents varying from 6 to 18. The missions they go on aren't all crazy like James Bond or Alex Rider but it puts a darker twist on some ideas that are greatly Alex Rider. The series has a tendency to catch all the humor and seriousness of each situation and the author does a great job reminding the reader that they are kids and not adults. The surroundings always are different and the characters have a wide variety of traits.
@The Librarian, I feel like I might like that. I enjoyed Alex Rider, but I always thought the situations he ended up in were kind of ridiculous. This sounds more down to earth.
@Praetor, Most of the time it is. Although the main character naturally goes on a lot of the exciting missions you often read that others are doing things like recruiting missions instead of jumping out of planes before they explode.
@The Librarian, and I do so love aircraft explosions. I'll see if my librarian has it on Monday.
@The Librarian, A song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin
@The Librarian, the kite runner. Just amazing book over all. Anyone else read it?
@Praetor, I don't want to be misleading, I'm half way through the series and there hasn't been a good aircrat explosion. There has however been 3 car wrecks, 2 shootouts, a large amount of broken bones, and popcorn stuffed down a girl's underwear.
@The Librarian, All admirable events, to be sure. I'm in a bit of a bind right now actually, I've got a few books I plan to read, but I'm having to read Dorian Gray in my English class while I'm simultaneously trying to get started on an Ayn Rand novel. As soon ad I get some time I'll start reading into a new list.
@The Librarian, My all time favorite series is Ender's Game.
@Praetor, Great! Happy reading and I hope you enjoy the series! I'll try to get around to Tunnels and Incarceron!
@The Librarian, Thanks, enjoy them! It was nice speaking to you.
@Praetor, And the same to you! May our paths cross again!
@The Librarian, Cheers!
@The Librarian, Back in the Fight. It's a true story about a badass named Joseph Kapacziewski, who loses a leg in Afghanistan while serving with the Army Rangers. After his leg is amputated, he became the first amputee to return to an active duty combat role in the Rangers.
@The Librarian, The Fellowship of the Ring or And Then There Were None
@The Librarian, the perks of being a wallflower is mine
@The Librarian, Les Miserables. Jean Valjean is my hero.
@The Librarian, Enders Game by Orson Scott Card
@The Librarian, Brothers in arms and War of the Worlds.
@The Librarian, My favorite book is Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
@The Librarian, The Long Walk by Stephen King(or Richard Bachman)
@The Librarian, Picking one book is too hard _
@The Librarian, A Wrinkle in Time and this book called Cinder! I read A Wrinkle in Time when I was in 4th grade and it is still my favorite book 7 years later.
@The Librarian, Hard to pick just one! A couple of my favorites are Farenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, the Hitchhiker's Guide series by Douglas Adams, and 1984 by George Orwell
@The Librarian, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
@The Librarian, the rangers apprentice series. Read them all within weeks. 12 books, all awesome.
@The Librarian, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
@The Librarian, No Country For Old Men by Cormac McCarthy.... Amazing Movie, even better Book
@The Librarian, The Republic Commando series by Karen Travis
@Jerry McGhoulberry, and To Kill a Mockingbird
@The Librarian, the 2012, 2013, 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Editions by Kate Upton
@The Librarian, the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan, it's amazing, there are 14 books and prequel so it takes a while to finish but it's worth it
@The Librarian, Young Miles is a great book that hasn't been mentioned yet. But I'm a fan of almost all Orson Scott Card so Enders game (including the shadow saga), pathfinder ect.
@The Librarian, the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy.
@The Librarian, Not exactly a single book but the Pendragon series, i forgot who made it since i read it so long ago
@The Librarian, red mars by Kim Stanley Robinson
@The Librarian, I know it's kinda a kids book series, but I always have loved the Percy Jackson books, and I can't wait until the last book comes out!
@The Librarian, The Divergent Trilogy by Veronica Roth. Honestly it's so good you're just like "fvvvvck" every 15 minutes. The 2nd and 3rd books are amazing because although it does go chronologically, the further you go the more you learn about the past
@The Librarian, any of the A Song of Ice and Fire books. Otherwise known as A Game of Thrones.
@The Librarian, The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. It's so well written, plus he's one of my favorite youtubers.
@The Librarian, Brave New World by Aldous Huxley for depth, Song of Ice and Fire series for fun. But my favorite author is John Grisham
@The Librarian, John Dies At The End. It's an amazingly hilarious book.
@The Librarian, CHERUB is great, prepare for lots of snogging though
@The Librarian, Sex Drugs and Coco puffs by Chuck Klusterman
@The Librarian, I've read so many I can't decide.
@The Librarian, The Catcher in the Rye or Bill Bryson's A Short History of Nearly Everything.
@The Librarian, the hunger games trilogy. I can honestly say that I have read them all. Anyone want any spoilers? :)
@The Librarian, Peter Pan and Alice in wonderland/through the looking glass
@The Librarian, Into the Wild
@The Librarian, mine is Cannery Row by John Steinbeck. I live not far from where it takes place and its so magical to see the places he describes!
@The Librarian, I really like The Stand by Stephen King but I'm a big fan of the Skulduggery Pleasant Series by Derek Landy
The Stand by Stephen King
@The Librarian, Moneyball, Michael Lewis
@The Librarian, the Hobbit or Percy Jackson series
@Led Beatles, I love those books too!
@The Librarian, Watership Down by Richard Adams.
@The Librarian, either George Orwell's 1984 or a Song of Ice and Fire series
@The Librarian, My favourite series is probably the 'Gone' series by Michael Grant, but my favourite book at the moment has to be 'More Than This' by Patrick Ness.
@Nami, Ender's Shadow was amazing!
@The Librarian, the Night Angel trilogy by Brent weeks
@The Librarian, FABLEHAVEN great fantasy fiction series
@The Librarian, mine are the Harry potter series, and Happyface by Stephen Emond
@The Librarian, Brothers Karamazov was really good and I like the Hitman series, but my favorite book is Ethan Frome. I live the depressing nature of it.
@The Librarian, I read the whole comments so far and no one mentioned the Eragon series!
@The Librarian, The Fall of Reach, I'm a Halo fanatic
@The Librarian, Hmmmmm... Tough one...
@The Librarian, Blood and Belief by Scott Woods, cuz I wrote it
@The Librarian, the BFG :)
@The Librarian, I am favoriting this picture for the sole reason that I always love getting more recommendations for reading material. As much as I love books and like to consider myself well read, as I look back I see what is a very basic reading palette.
@The Librarian, brave New world
@The Librarian, I like mostly every book I read ( I have about two hundred thirty books just on my Kindle) but I really love Room by Emma Donahue and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon, both of which I recommend to all the readers out there on the app :)
@Jeff Goldblum, EL SEIZURE NO ES BUENO! XD Have you read the sequel "This Book is Full of Spider"?
@The Librarian, the Warriors series by Erin Hunter is good, but a little bit on the younger end
@The Librarian, Harry Potter series! 😃
@The Librarian, The Giver. I forget the author. My favorite sites is The Ranger's Apprentice.
@The Librarian, Eragon. Best books ever. I have read them all twice.
@The Librarian, This*
@The Librarian, "The Old Man and the Sea"
@The Librarian, the lone survivor
@The Librarian, The Game Of Thrones
@The Librarian, just started reading that today. First impressions: terrible. Please tell me it gets better
@The Librarian, The Road by Cormac McCarthy. Only book that ever made me cry... And I'm a reasonable man.
@The Librarian, Mines Hatchet. I don't remember who the author is because I read it bak in seventh grade. Best book I've read up to date!
Today is my 18th birthday !!
@Ice Cube, Well, today is MY unbirthday!
Will there be an ios 7 update for this app? Just the keyboard and the (recent,popular,random,favorites) could use the new ios7 update
@The dragonborn, The recent etc. pop up menu already did get an ios7 update..... The keyboard still needs it though
Guys ,I'm just so happy I can finally comment! 😝 down vote me if you must
@uselessunicorn, no. Don't worry. Be happy. I will support you and help you til the end, you will survive and fight like a warrior, be funny and laught at life. Aaaaand i just hit the dislike button instead. Im sorry.
@Just a raccoon, I reversed it. :)
@The Librarian, thank you.
@Just a raccoon, 😱
@uselessunicorn, I made it even again
Maybe if he wasn't a poacher this wouldn't happen...
I just realized this is a poaching joke involving ivory... That took me a good 10 minutes to figure out...
Elephants never forgive. And they never forget.
What's in the baaaaaahhhhhxx?!
If an elephant never forgets does it remember when it was in its mother's belly because that would be nasty.
"What's in the box?! What's in the fvcking boooooox?!"
So scared right now :0
He must be good friends with murdering Dave..
Boobs in next pic
6 April 2014 #6April2014
Well....... that sure escalated rather quickly, jeez! :-) still laughed pretty hard tho!
Puncake, puncake, puncake
Dafuq is up with the elephant's mouth?