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  1. Gunny

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    I liked it, but it is probably the weakest of the Serpentwar series.
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    Matarese Circle - 10/10. Great book.

    Bought the Narnia books yesterday...kinda weird getting a book from the kids section.
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    I just read Steve Martins new book. It was whitty as one would expect. I'm currently reading Dan Rooneys 75 years with the Steelers or whatever. I wish it wasn't about Dan Rooney... but its really very enlightening.
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    The first grad course i took in college was a childrens lit. I find myself in the childrens section of the bookstore/library more so than anywhere else. I have nothing but respect for the childrens authors who can create a unique world that catches the imagination of a child. With all the video games and movies today thats not an easy task.
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    I bought Green Eggs and Ham not long ago because it was my favourite book when I was a youngster.
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    I personally prefered Where the Wild Things Are, but to each his/her own.
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