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Old 02-16-2012, 01:39 PM   #59
speakingtohe
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I have read several books with very easy to identify with (for me)young characters.
Peter Abrahams - Down the Rabbit Hole
Derek Landy - Skulduggery Pleasant.
And others.

I admit I read them by accident as they were classified as mystery or fanatasy.

I doubt I will read Harry Potter, but one never knows.

Me, I avoid books with animals(pets, sidekicks) who rabbit on like two year olds, but each to his own.

Helen
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