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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    I've never read him, but I've seen him around. I used to go to the same Sci-Fi book club that Mr. Sanderson went to as a youth, he still maintains connections.
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    "The Count of Monte Cristo" by: Alexandre Dumas

    Young, Ambitious, naive, and now betrayed... what better way to exact your revenge upon a mysterious rise to greater wealth than a witty hypothetical "game of chess?"
    ~ Only your heart can poison your mind. ~

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    The Secret Garden.

    There are no games except the ones being planted around me.

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    Some of my all time favorites. I really do enjoy some of the classics. To Kill a Mockingbird, Fahrenheit 451, Count of Monte Cristo, a Separate Peace, Catcher in the Rye(especially this one, bit eerie how much I related to this book, especially when I was younger. It was like a bible, I fed off of it especially during a few years when I was pretty depressed. It was like the one thing that understood me. I'd like to think I have moved past relating to some of it, but unfortunately probably not all. I do not really remember it that well, and I probably shouldn't reread it and reopen doors that are better left closed. Anyways, this is making me uncomfrotable so I'll move on),are some that are probably my 'favorites' as they were the first to come to mind. Different books do different things to me, map out different things to explore, so I can't say I have a favorite. I do enjoy some more recent books, and a few of them are pretty good and I can find one that I can really connect with, but I don't know, few really hit the things in me that those books did, and I have read quite a few books.

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