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CollectionsUnsorted Books (1), Main Library (2,284), Able Team (16), Anthologies & Collections (33), Bachman & King (48), Christine Feehan (79), Contemporary Leatherbounds (32), Clive Cussler (27), Dean Koontz (49), Dragonlance Series (91), Dune (18), Eoin Colfer (12), The Executioner (94), Forgotten Realms (12), Girl Genius (Agatha H) (3), Great Illustrated Classics Collection (46), Halo Universe (15), Hardy Boys (30), Harlequin Romance (215), Jim Butcher (20), Mack Bolan (22), Nancy Drew (35), Leatherbound: Children's Classics (19), Leatherbound: Classics (55), Leatherbound: Single Volumes (11), LibraryThing Early Reviewers Books (22), Magic Tree House (48), Preston & Child (30), Rare & Valuable (296), Reader's Digest Condensed Books (40), Rex Beach Collection (6), Riftwar (14), Series Romance (63), Star Trek Series (97), Star Wars Series (9), Tom Clancy (29), Troy Household: Agatha Christie (79), Troy Household: Harvard Classics (37), Warhammer 40,000 (10), Your library (3,932), Read but unowned (1), All collections (4,043)

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TagsFiction (3,260), Fantasy (1,747), Sci-Fi (1,022), Real World (694), Thriller (679), Romance (632), Suspense (563), Mystery (469), Horror (337), Author C (330) — see all tags

MediaNot set (227), Book (3,813), Paper Book (3,428), Audiobook (28), Ebook (67), Unknown (3)

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About meI was born in 1988, and was later diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome in 1999 at the age of 11. Like most Aspergians, I have a very narrow field of interests, mostly encompassing literature and astronomical sciences. In my spare time, I write Science Fiction novels and collect books relevant to my interests: mostly science fiction.

I would like to also use a few lines here to send a warm and loving thanks to my LifeMate, Sarah Marlene Clouthier (Troy), without whom I would be an eighth of the man I am today. She is the most wonderful, loving woman a man can ever hope to find on this planet, and I am truly blessed to have her in my life. Thank you, Milady, for always being there for me and for helping support my bibliophilic/bibliomaniacal hobbies.

About my libraryIt has been one of my dreams to create a Library that will live on after my death. The books I have amassed are part of it - these books will remain a part of my library for as long as they still stand against the ravages of time.

GroupsLe Salon Littéraire du Peuple pour le Peuple, Preserving Literature, Science Fiction Fans, The Green Dragon, TinyCat

Favorite authorsH. P. Lovecraft (Shared favorites)


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Real namePhilip Alexander Troy

LocationLakewood, Washington

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/PhilipTroy (profile)
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Member sinceSep 7, 2008

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