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Old 01-27-2013, 12:23 PM   #67
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I clearly remember the first "real" book I read. I was about eight years old (I think), and had been fascinated by books all my life. I clearly remember my parents reading to me, but the first books I read on my own were my mothers "Nancy Drew"-books whan I was around 7 years old. The first "grown-up"-book I read was "Five Little Pigs" by Agatha Christie. At the time I was very proud about reading a "real" book and not only childrens books. After the jaw-dropping experience Five Little Pigs gave me, I've always had a fascination for the classical mystery genre which is still my favourite genre.
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