It's my best friend's birthday next week and I would like to offer him a book (he's a book lover). He likes sci-fi and novels set in medieval times.
What do you recommend? (he's 16)
Yeah, you really can't go wrong with Don Quixote. And it's quite a large book so, like the others in this thread, I doubt he's read it for school at 16 years old.
Historical fiction in general would be good. Rob Roy, Notre-Dame de Paris, etc...
Get any book, print pictures of your pussy and ass ( we know you send him those pictures anyways you fucking whore ) and glue them on random pages
>He likes sci-fi and novels set in medieval times.
doomsday book by connie willis
timeline by michael crichton
not going to learn a lot about the human condition from either, but they're both entertaining, and cover both sci-fi and medieval.
Pretty sure with parental consent kids can get married even younger in places.
That being said... he probably also has the mental age of a juvenile and is only holding himself back intellectually.
You fit tier fuck anything with a pulse people disgust me.
No, are you illiterate?
16 isn't prime.
It's legal in my province with parental consent.
>he probably also has the mental age of a juvenile and is only holding himself back intellectually.
This is an incorrect presumption.
>You fit tier fuck anything with a pulse people disgust me.
How is being with somebody I care about a bad thing?
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