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I have no problems with the writing. I just find it to be boring :P. I like the movie though. It was nice how it went into the camp with the family
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This is why I don't like people reading this book at a younger age. I totally agree when I first read this back in 8th grade I found it profoundly boring as well. However when you get older and as your tools of analyzation get sharpened you realize there's a lot more to this story then you originally thought. Not my favorite book but it isn't too shabby either.

As for me, a favorite? Ha! Each piece of literature has something unique about it, a message, a form, even it's personality. I can no sooner claim a favorite book than I can a favorite body part, for they all work together and make me whole ^.^!
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Star Wars: Heir To The Empire - Timothy Zahn (1992)

 

Point Of Impact - Stephen Hunter

 

One Second After - William Forstchen

 

Killer Station - Martin Caidin (author of Cyborg, which became the Six Million Dollar Man tv series)

 

Echo - M.L. Vennum

 

Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury

 

Lucky Starr series - Isaac Asimov writing as Paul French

 

Harry Potter series - J.K. Rowling

 

Lord of the Rings series - J. R. R. Tolkien

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