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Some of my fav. books are:
Time Windows-by Katheryn Reiss
Pale Pheonix-by Katheryn Reiss

And the Secret Country Trilogy by Pamela Dean:

The Secret Country
The Hidden Land-by
The Whim of the dragon
We had a thread going similar to this...but mine would be-

Anything by L.M. Alcott.
"The Chronicles of Narnia" by C.S. Lewis.

When I was younger I wore out
"Black Beauty"
"A Little Princess"

Dickens rocks too...lol yes I am a classics kinda girl



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Anything by Robin Hobb or Orson Scott Card is a must-read. . . hmmm, Elizabeth Haydon's works are good to read from a writer's perspective; she is amazingly skilled with words although her plot and characters are lacking. . . . what else. . . Lynn Flewelling is good. . . I can't think of anything else right now. As you can see, I'm a fantasy/sci-fi type of reader. . . :) A lot of people say they don't like the genre because it's too ridiculous and unrealistic, but I think it's beautiful. . . what to you read for, except to ESCAPE reality?!


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My favorites are "The Sun Also Rises" by Hemingway, "At the Jim Bridger" by Ron Carlson, and "Dinosaur Tales" by Ray Bradbury