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The dictionary .

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That's my sisters answer too! Growing up she was always reading it.

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I always have a book in my hand , buy a few every week but none is as treasured and travelled as my dictionary .

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'' at the mountains of madness'' by hp lovecraft, it's a sci-fi horror book.. i love all of lovecraft's work and i appreciate his sense of mysteriousness and his ideas about alien beings..

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Sci-Fi Horror now that's something I think I should check out!!!!

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also try reading some of thomas paines books..

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The mind that found itself by Clifford Beers. Its about his experience with bipolar disorder and psychiatric hospitals.

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Neat, I'm going to have to look into this. I'm majoring in addition and mental health counseling.

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Most days it's The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy (scifi/comedy), but on my stranger days it would be Illuminatus! Trilogy (scifi/acid/mindfuck) and on my more philosphical days it would be Stranger In A Strange Land (scifi/?)

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I have such a difficulty accepting sci-fi in my life. :( I cannot get into it for anything. I wanna be a zombie nerd but my mind refuses to allow me to catch a single episode of "The Walking Dead" but I did like "The Happening"

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Hm i cant say i have favorites but i do love mysteries and suspenseful books :). im not sure why but i can just picture myself more in those types of genres

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Try "The Witness" by Sandra Brown. Just finished it and really enjoyed it :)

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i havent got just one single book but almost anything by stephen king, i dont think i need tell you the genre lol

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I'm a fan of his work. Lately, though I have dabbled into Human Rights Crimes. It's rather interesting.

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is that a series of books?

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Nope, it's called "The Enough Moment" it talks about human right crimes in Congo, Darfur, and Uganda.

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it sounds interesting, i can imagine it must be quite upsetting to read though

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Not to terrible, I'm rather sympathetic but I know I cannot change the world. Becoming aware, and wanting to take part is awesome. I have furthered my knowledge in the subject and have changed my point of view in many different matters due to this.

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well most people choose to bury their head in the sand when it comes to things like that so i commend you for taking an interest and reading more than simply what the news tells us, i couldnt do it

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