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Old 07-11-2012, 07:44 PM   #43
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Good point I can remember a time when I thought Michael Moorcock books along with other authors were great, but not to long ago I picked up a book I had read a loooooong time ago and couldn't believe I had found it so good and entertaining back then.
There are some things you do grow out of. I was into Piers Anthony and Mercedes Lackey when I was a young teen. Now, not so much. Tastes do mature, usually. I still enjoy Stephen King, though.
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