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'K, this one . . . is one of my favorite books. Because Sophie. And Howl. Really, the whole story just makes me happy.

is one of my favorite books. Because Sophie. And Howl.

If you’re looking for a good book this Summer… This infographic caters for every genre!

A summer reading flow chart from the folks at Daily Infographic. For those of you who don't know what to read next

Bread and Cheese - one of my most FAVORITE books!

Bread and Cheese - one of my most FAVORITE books!

I read these in the summer after first grade, startling my aunt who I was visiting and amusing my mother, who carefully inculcated a love of reading in me and my brother. I didn't understand much that first time through, but I loved it all the same. The Lord of the Rings is one of those very rare stories that grows as you do.

The Lord of the Rings

If you're looking for some humorous horror (or maybe some real creepiness), this is the book to find it in. I miss Brian Jacques and his awesomeness.

The Ribbajack & Other Curious Yarns

The Ribbajack& Other Curious Yarns is a collection of six short stories by Brian Jacques.

I haven't read all of this series yet, but it is all that is good about military sci-fi - alien creatures, spaceships (and explosions!), actions with consequences, and awesome fight scenes only made possible in space. Also, Honor lives up to her name splendidly.

On Basilisk Station

I haven't read all of this series yet, but it is all that is good about military sci-fi - alien creatures, spaceships (and explosions!), actions with consequences, and awesome fight scenes only made possible in space. Also, Honor lives up to her name splendidly.

Barrayar by Lois McMaster Bujold

One birth, one death, and all the acts of pain and will between: Lois Mcmaster Bujold’s Barrayar

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