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Do you have a particular genre that you favor?

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I was going to say The Bible but I don't want to get into trouble.

Life is what you make it.

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You won’t get into trouble with that book!

I hear it’s still a best seller!

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I love anything that will take me to a world far away from this one. Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, The Dark Tower, Kingkiller, Mistborn, A Song of Ice and Fire, The Witcher.  Just to name a few. 

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Yes, I liked Dark Tower, next was Duma Key!

I liked Odyssey although It’s actually a poem.

Blow Fly- Patricia Cornwell ( Kay Scarpettta mysteries)

DaVinci Code - Dan Brown

To Kill a Mockingbird- Harper Lee


That’s a great list. Duma Key was excellent. I should have just generalized and went with “anything by Stephen King”. 




I read the original Mistborn trilogy for the first time just a couple years ago. So incredible. 


Sanderson is phenomenal. I first found him when I came across Elantris and loved that book, then gobbled up the Mistborn trilogy right afterwards. He has so many books!

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I like anything by Isabelle Allende, and some Stephen King book, not all. I do like mystery as well as horror, and also biographies. But those two authors are the people I’ve read most books from. John Grisham also comes to mind. 

The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.       -Socrates

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I mostly liked to read fantasy/adventure growing up, but now I've transitioned more to non-fiction, particularly books about human behavior, travel adventure, and sociocultural topics.

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Lol I went the opposite direction. I used to read mostly history and psych when I was younger. Now it’s mostly nothing but fantasy. 


Seems like we'd have a lot of books to trade!

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Brave new world, Bridge to Terabithia, The Cay, The Outsiders.

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Bridge to Terabithia :(


I know, so sad.

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