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Tagsfantasy (11), magic (10), harry potter (7), wizardry (7), british (7), children (7), Brief History series (5), 18th century (5), Newfoundland (5), Light (good) and Dark (bad) (4) — see all tags

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About my libraryMy library is comprised of a combination of historical fiction, children's books and non-fiction on history (particularly medieval British)and religion, school textbooks and Newfoundland literature. Unfortunately, this is not all the books I have ever had as my mom gave alot to my school when she moved! ARGH!!! My next goal is The Neverending Story by Michael Ende- in the coloured text!

GroupsGraduate Students, Historical Fiction, Hogwarts Express, Librarians who LibraryThing, Medieval Europe, Outlander: Gabaldon's series about Jamie and Claire, The Books of SIM, Top 100 Novels of All time

Favorite authorsMargaret George, Philippa Gregory, Edward Rutherfurd (Shared favorites)

Real nameMelissa F

LocationCorner Brook, NL

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceSep 22, 2006

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Hi Melissa,

I found my copy of 'Odd' in a bookshop in Dunedin, New Zealand. I couldn't resist the title and the cover. I did start reading it, but I think the title's the best thing about it! And yes, the Dark is Rising series is wonderful. I was completely overwhelmed by it when I was a kid, and loved returning to it years later. Have you read Diana Wynne Jones at all? She does great things with the Merlin concept.

Liz (lalydia)
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