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Avid reader, zombie enthusiast. A pessimistic romantic. Devoid of most emotions. Writes for money and fun. A lover of arts. And a friend to thinkers.

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A Book Hunter's Journal
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Mouse Bird Snake Wolf by David Almond with Illustrations by Dave McKean

New books came into the department yesterday so, of course, I sat at the desk and leafed through a…

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Mouse Bird Snake Wolf by David Almond with Illustrations by Dave McKean

New books came into the department yesterday so, of course, I sat at the desk and leafed through a…

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Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin by Liesl Shurtliff

This has become my favorite children’s book.


“The world belongs to you. And you belong to the world,” begins Riccardo Bozzi’s minimalistic children’s book (illustrations by Olimpia Zagnoli). I stood there in the children’s department at Barnes & Noble holding the current generation’s The Giving Tree

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Still looking for suggested religious material to read. Any religion. I’m making religion my 2011 book theme. I want at least half the books I read next year to be based around religion. Gnostic texts, Canonical scriptures, Pagan, Atheist/Agnostic, Buddhist, Hindu, etc., I want to read it. It can be written by the ancients, scholars or nutjobs who think the end is neigh. Even books of literature - The Divine Comedy and the like - historical, philosophical and sociological/psychological. 

I already have a list of what I’m thinking so far.  And, also, don’t be blunt and just say the Bible, because that’s annoying. There are certain texts in the book that are worth reading and some that are just pointless. Also, it’s too long and I don’t want to waste my time on just one book. 

Thanks for the help in advance :)