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Tithe: A Modern Faerie Tale by Holly Black
They Never Came Home (Laurel Leaf Suspense) by Lois Duncan
Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz
Why Did She Have To Die? by Lurlene McDaniel
Brave new world by Aldous Huxley
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About meIt's come to my attention that I haven't updated this since high school. Which amused me when I reread it so much that I had to get a drink of water from laughing so hard. My Name is Elizabeth "Netea" (Pronounce Neteya) and I currently live in New York. My life and my love are books. My husband and I together have found that we have more books than we know what to do with and to few books to live our lives. I enjoy this site and enjoy sharing my poetry, though not the best in comparison with sages and their poetry. I do enjoy music, my love is a music performance major for bass trombone and it's exciting to see him become more and more accomplished in what he does. I, myself, am a performance major as well, but a theater performance major. The stage is where my soul has always been because it can be who ever it wants to be. I breathe in everything that is Nightwish. It is a band, and it hold the strands of my existence together. "This is who I am, Escapist, Paradise seeker, fair well, now time to fly, out of sight, out of time, away from all lies" or "Get away, run away, fly away, lead me astray, to dreamer's hideaway, I cannot cry because the shoulder cries more, I cannot die, I a whore for the cold world"
About my libraryMy library is a child's playground. I love fairy tales. I love reading thousand of versions of fairy tales. You would think someone of my age would enjoy fairy tales well and good but move on to other things. I do read many other types of books. But truth be told I love childrens books. Adult fantasies or mysteries and other such genres don't have the innocence I seek. There is such a pure way of seeing things in childrens and even teen books. My most recent addition to my library is "The looking glass wars" It takes Alice in wonderland, and makes the tale a "What if there really IS a wonderland" it's a very good trilogy.
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