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Who knew Harry Potter had such wide-ranging reading tastes?
"Harrison is the best British poet of the second half of the 20th century," says Daniel Radcliffe . "He writes about class, love, Britain, and it's all just brilliant."
This hefty masterpiece about the plight of French miners in the 1860s "made me realize that when books are considered 'classics,' most of the time they're actually very readable and exciting," Daniel Radcliffe says.
"I read this on vacation in Australia when I was 15," says Daniel Radcliffe , who credits the Northern Irish band the Divine Comedy with getting him hooked on Rushdie's allegorical novel about the independence and partition of India and its aftermath.
"This is one of the funniest books I've ever read, which is the main reason I recommend it to people," says Daniel Radcliffe , who was given Thompson's drug-fueled, madcap rumination on American culture in the 1960s as a 15th birthday present by a friend o
Daniel Radcliffe has amazon.com to thank for introducing him to this satirical novel about Stalinist Russia, which Bulgakov wrote in secret from 1928 until just before his death in 1940, and which was finally published 26 years later.
This collection of short stories by a master of magical realism "blew my mind," says Daniel Radcliffe . "When I read a good book, I sometimes like to think I might be capable of writing something similar, but never, in my wildest dreams, could I write anyt
movie, based on the second half of the last book in the record-shattering series —delivers. (And see star Daniel Radcliffe 's other favorite books here! ) July 15 The movie version of Lisa See's Snow Flower and the Secret Fan explores
glimpses into their world in this space every Thursday. * We were already plenty impressed with the contents of Daniel Radcliffe 's bookshelf , and now the Harry Potter star has impressed us with his candor and maturity about giving up drinking
Hemingway's last major work of fiction, the epic tale of a luckless fisherman and his exhausting struggle to reel in a giant marlin, "is just a beautiful story, simply told," Daniel Radcliffe says.