Sandeep Gautam - Gurgaon, Haryana (India):
This book can bend both ways (its made of flexible plastic sheets)
and you have the option not to read.
This book is to be read from the Left. It is written
by the Left and intended for the Left. This book will cause
a revolution. Please read what is Left, and skip the reamining part.
This book is published by Wednesday WorldWide. I assure you the Publication
is not owned by me.
This book is an experiment on guinea pigs. This book is written
by the millions of Body Thetans within me. This book will make
history. This book will be an Operating Thetan. You have to Pay
a fortune to become an Operating Thetan
This book will make you rich. THIS book will make you famous.This
book will make you a book. This book will make you free
(from a book).
Kay McKenzie Cooke - Dunedin, (New Zealand):
This book I read by retired farm machinery, out of the
sun, under trees.
My father recorded the weight of lambs in a small, blue book
with a thin pencil tucked into its spine.
This book introduced me to the word pail - at the
time (and even now) I thought it was a far better alternative
This book is one of many piled up on a desk under
which a dog sleeps and at which a poet with an impassive
face writes love poems for a woman he will never name -
not in a million years.
This book kids itself that time can be, will be, must be,
Alfred J Bruey - Jackson, MI (USA):
This book needn't be censored since it was written in invisible ink.
This book hasn't been written yet and I can prove mathematically that
it never will.
This book was once presented to me by the author as long
as I would promise never to read it.
This book is the Great American Novel although it isn't named that
because the author is modest.
This book is entitled "The Joys of War" but it is a
fun book for children because of all the pictures of bullets and
bombs which they can color.
Sarolina Shen Chang - Canton, Michigan (USA):
This is the book Si Ma Qian of Han Dynasty wrote from
104 B.C. to 91 B.C.. It is called Shi Ji, The
History, 130 chapters long and 52650 words in total, one brush stroke
Half of Shi Ji was written before Si Ma Qian was thrown
into jail in 99 B.C. and later castrated in 98 B.C. for
speaking out for a friend, General Li, who led 5000 troops across
the Great Wall to fight the Huns, 80000 strong, had won many
battles before losing the war and surrendered.
Part of the second half of Shi Ji was written while Si
Ma Qian was serving his sentence in the prison, bearing the unbearable
pain and shame. He was pardoned in 96 B.C. and welcome
back to an even higher position in the imperial court of an
equally strong-minded emperor, Han Wu Di.
The History of Ching Dynasty was written by one of our professors.
There was only one copy in the college library, so our
class president xeroxed and passed out the Introduction of the book so
we could study for the final. We learned very little about
this dynasty, though we all passed, the professor spent the whole semester
talking about the fall of the previous dynasty, Ming Dynasty.
This is the book Cao Xue Qin of Ching Dynasty wrote, Red
Chamber Dream. There were more than 440 well described characters in this
semi-autobiography, the rise and fall of a famous family. It helps
me understand more about the Chinese society in Ching Dynasty.
Mark Dickson - Louisville, KY (USA):
In this book I found the line "I'm none of things I
remember, you're all the things I've forgot."
This is the book I spent 10 years looking for. I should
have stuck with the stuff I had.
This book is partially filled with my words only. It is hidden
where only I can find it.
Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin - Cullowhee, NC (USA):
This book is the one I ghostwrote for my CEO; for making
myself invisible, I received a year of house payments, health insurance and
innummerable bottles of good Merlot on tables groaning with ransomed groceries.
This book on software devoured a year of my life in the
editing:a year later it was obsolete.
This book made me believe you could tame the dark satanic mills
And here is one I wish I had written myself: it says
all work is soulwork, or could be.
Look: a few tear-stained pages in the beginning of this book, and
then many blank ones--a mother's journal about a child who died.
Denise Dunn - ABQ, NM (USA):
These are the pages you saw on the walls of your cell.
Might these words be in blood, do you think?
Did this book perform the exorcism you hoped for?
This book is profoundly blank. Please read it last.
This book was written by winnowing my chaff in your breezes.
Nicole Meade - Middle Falls, New York (USA):
I opened this book
the words jumped out
stabbed into my eyes
and found a home
wrapped around my heart
Denise Dunn - ABQ, NM (USA):
This book contains the secret garden with God's footprints in the muddy
This is the book that hung from a nail in the outhouse
all those years
This is the book I saw written on the insides of my
eyelids each night
Lick the words off these pages, if you dare
This book we wrote together in our sleeping bag under the stars
We shook these words out onto the pages like grains of salt.
We didn't know we had written this, until the phone began to
This book connects all the dots in indelible ink
Someday we might notice this book leaking
This whole book fits under my tongue. And it belongs there.
Ellen Terrie - Bowling Green, OH (USA):
This book taught me how to love.
I wrote my first book report on this book.