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Tagsfantasy (706), science fiction (444), martial arts (213), pulp (180), mystery (159), Doc Savage (128), Japanese martial arts (125), ballantine adult fantasy (82), programming (82), anthology (82) — see all tags

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About my libraryThis is the last paragraph from an essay my 12 year old daughter Beth wrote on "What I Am Thankful For".

"Last, but not by any means whatsoever least, I am thankful for books. Not only my books, any books. Reading is magical. When I read a book, I am taken from my own little world and plunged into someone else’s. I forget all my problems, so absorbed am I in someone else’s. Many times am I reminded that you can’t judge a book by it’s cover. A book is often better than the cover reveals, like expecting vanilla and getting chocolate. Sometimes, I am swept away into the book. I can see the diamond dragon burst through the waterfall, aim my arrows at invading Calormenes, and see for myself Aslan the Great Lion. Books are so wonderful, I began to write my own. I put my personality into a character, make up countries with funny sounding names, and know how a book will end before it is even written. Make no mistake about it - books are awesome!"

GroupsA Pearl of Wisdom and Enlightenment, Ballantine Adult Fantasy, Libertarian Science Fiction, Lost In A Good Book, Made into a Movie, Martial Arts, Spies & Spy Fiction, Tai Chi, The Green Dragon

Real nameLee Verner

LocationSmyrna, GA, USA

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Member sinceSep 29, 2005

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