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Hellllo~ Does anyone read The Saga of Darren Shan a.k.a Cirque Du Freak or The Saga of Larten Crepsley. For those who don't know, The Saga of Larten Crepsley is a fairly recent prequel series to The Saga of Darren Shan. I love both series and their wonderful author sooo much.

I bought the second in the Larten Crepsley series as soon as it came out and, much to my delight, it happens to include some very interesting chapters. And by interesting I mean a sexy orange-haired vampire sick in bed for chapters at a time. If I'm not mistaken, there is sneezing, nose blowing, and mentions of handkerchief using, not to mention a crazy fever that follows Larten through a good chunk of the book. (Apparently vampire sicknesses last a lot longer than human ones <3)

Besides that, the whole sick thing is actually somewhat plot relevant. I seriously could have died when I started reading... certain parts. Anyway, definitely worth checking out.

Oh Darren Shan, never stop writing. Ever.

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TheCakeIsAlive

http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/19207

The Firelight Fairy Book - Henry Beston

In this book there is a fairy tale called "Prince Sneeze".

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NoV

I'm back on th Iain (M) Banks trail again!

'The Bridge' contains some great female sneezing, when a yound lady searches through a dusty closet.

'Use of Weapons' has some male sneezing early on in the story.

Has anyone else read any of his stuff? Nearly always a sneeze somewhere, kind of like another British author - David Mitchell (not the comedian!!) - who includes a serious amount of sneezes in his books - usually male unfortunately for me :( PM me if you want some more specific details :)

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Chanel_no5

The book "Monkeewrench" by PJ Tracy has some male sneezing from dust near the end. Not very descriptive, but it's there. :)

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PaperThings

The book I'm reading now Bitterblue - which is, incidentally, the third book in a series I'm OBSESSED with, and I've been waiting for it for about two years - has a ton of sneezing in it.

The main character, Bitterblue, is allergic to dust, and she sneezes... often. Every time she explores a dusty place, which is often. There's one seen that describes how her nose was unbearably itchy because of the dust, another that uses the phrase (paraphrasing slightly) "it was a sneezy few minutes" and a few others that describe how she couldn't stop sneezing because of the dust, etc.

I was pleased enough just to have sneezing in the book at all, even if it was a girl's (plus, fictional female characters are the one time that female sneezing actually interests me, since as it's characters I love, I find it kind of fascinating), but then at one point Bitterblue says how she thinks that a little time "freezing cold, sneezing" would do the male character, Saf, some good. Hee.

And there's also quite a lot of illness in the book, fevers and deliriousness and other flu-like symptoms. Both Bitterblue and another of the male characters, Po, get sick.

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James86

Should have posted this before, but in the Alison Weir book 'Innocent Traitor' ( about Lady Jane Grey) it starts at the births of Lady Jane Grey and the future Edward VI, each chapter is narrated in first person- the chapter regarding Edwards birth is narrated by Jane Seymour, basically she has a difficult labour and at one stage describes "the midwife holds a handkerchief to my nose, it smells of pepper and makes me sneeze violently", it's not spelled out or anything, and as we know Jane died a few days after giving birth to Edward so the next chapter references that.

In another historical fiction book "The Queens Husband" ( about Queen Victoria and Prince Albert) one chapter mentions how they where out skating together on a lake and the ice broke and Albert fell in, afterwards the narrative says that "Albert was sneezing violently" the book always points out Albert's tendency to catch colds and poor health.

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Satan

in an R.L. Stine book called Don't forget me, a girl sneeze once from dust, and that's all i can remember from books :D

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PuddinPop

I dont know if its being mentioned on this topic, but Whatever Love Means by David Baddiel has lots and lots of sneezing in it, the main character Vic has hay fever and its quite a big part of the story. I wont ruin it by telling you why :bleh:

But aside from the sneezing, its a really good book about adultery amd betrayal etc. I would definitly recommend it :)

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SneezySal

For lovers of sneezing-while-hiding, Graham Greene's 'The Quiet American' has a scene where the main character has to avoid just that (unsuccessfully).

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•.*°•☆. Q .☆•°*.•

Guys, Neil Gaiman has written a children's book, and it hasn't come out yet. I was put off because it was a panda, but for anyone that doesn't share my loathing of pandas, this may be in your interests. because look at the page he's teasing with.

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Paws

YES, it's a children's book about the Sneezing Panda meme, as strange as it sounds. The art style is wonderful, though biggrin.png I think it comes out today, actually. Today or tomorrow, I don't remember.

Edit: It actually came out yesterday, but my point still stands xD

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TheCakeIsAlive

Oh my goodness you guys, neil gaiman posted a link to a free audiobook that he read of Chu's day. It's all acted ofcourse but oh my gosh, here. I #can't.

http://www.audiofile...w.cfm?Num=79176

Goodness, that's quite... interesting. *giggles lots*

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Paws

And if that audio-read weren't enough, have this as well, at the end of the video:

I apologize in advance since this is kind of thread hijacking but it's also still on-topic at the same time.

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•.*°•☆. Q .☆•°*.•

OH MY GOD I THINK I HAVE DIED THIS MUST BE HEAVEN WHAT IS AIR

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VoOs

*giggles* Aahh, Neil Gaiman, you wonderful, wonderful man. :wub:

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•.*°•☆. Q .☆•°*.•

Also not specifically books, but books-related, author John Green is going to be speaking at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday at which time he may-or-may-not have the flu. The event is going to be livestreamed to his youtube channel. (source)

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Shay

I just finished reading a book called Year Zero by Rob Reid. It's a very funny book in which the entire universe thinks that Earth has the best music and before they became familiar with our laws they pirated so much Earth music that the entire universe became bankrupt due to fines.

Anyway in the book two male characters have colds so there's sporadic sneezing in it and one of the characters is described as having really huge sneezes. It didn't really do anything for me cause colds aren't my thing, but I absolutely loved the book based on the plot and humor content. So fetish content aside I'd really recommend this book to anyone who enjoys authors like Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett. Terry Pratchett fans in particular will really appreciate the use of humorous footnotes.

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LovelyLinda

I'm currently reading Nick Hornby's classic "High Fidelity" and I love it!

Towards the end, the main character Rob calls his ex girlfriend Laura because there was a message for her on the answering machine.

He doesnt know that her dad had died this morning and she was crying the whole time.

When he hears her stuffy voice over the phone he greets her with "wow that cold is enough for two!"

I thought that was cute, albeit the whole scene is rather sad.

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Galaxy

Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones is the most perfect example I've ever found. The main character Howl (perhaps you've seen the movie based off the novel?) spends a decent two or three chapters with a nasty cold. The illness is greatly detailed, and I would think it was written by a fetishist if all the sneezes were spelled out. Other than the awesome illness scenes, the book itself it wonderful!

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LovelyLinda

I remember that Nathanel (the young magician) falls ill in the first book of the Bartimaeus Sequence by Jonathan Stroud .

But I don't think it was too detailed, maybe about one chapter? But the circumstances how he caught cold are sweet :)

I need to look for that scene, if I find it, I'll post a little bit of it on here!

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PuddinPop

Whatever Love Means by David Baddiel is truly wonderful wub.png

Edited by TheCakeIsALie
Threads merged so removed link.

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alias

The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells involves the titular character having a cold throughout most of the book, and his sneezes are mentioned quite a few times.

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All Time No

The book Need by Carrie Jones. The main character, Zara, sneezes twice from dust.

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