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    Wow, us homeschoolers! I love Deltora!
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    Another person who likes Deltora! This calls for a fan club!! >8D

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    Okay, I really like the Harry Potter books. I finished them all by the time I was ten. I also love this book that come out recently called "Seraphina". It was perfectly paced, and really interesting. I also like the Lord of the Rings, especially the little poems. It's a classic. And I'm into old books, like Sherlock Holmes (the ones by Arthur Conan Doyle) and Jane Austin novels. And I like the Hunger Games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajones20 View Post
    Note: ​Hole was a typo and I am pretty sure there are not any YA Fiction books named that, nor would they be of appropriate quality and demographic if there were.
    No, no, there is a book called Holes. It's by Louis Sachar and it's a YA read. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holes_(novel)

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    The Hunger Games Trilogy *faints* ... Three words..... I. Love. Peeta.

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    Is it worth reading the first Hunger Games book if I've seen the first movie or can I go ahead and skip to Catching Fire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajones20 View Post
    Is it worth reading the first Hunger Games book if I've seen the first movie or can I go ahead and skip to Catching Fire?
    No. I forbid skipping. It's simply not doable.

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    Here are some of my absolute favorites:

    -The Auralia Thread Series, by Jeffrey Overstreet: Auralia's Colors, Cydere's Midnight, Raven's Ladder, & The Ale Boy's Feast. Fabulous books!
    -The Inheritance Series, by Christopher Paolini: Eragon, Eldest, Brisingr, and Inheritance
    -The Lord of the Rings, by JRR Tolkien: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King
    -The Hobbit, by JRR Tolkien
    -The Princess Bride, by William Goldman
    -Blood on the River, by Elisa Carbone

    There are definitely more, but that's all I can think of right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaitlyn View Post
    No. I forbid skipping. It's simply not doable.
    Hahahaha, wow - passion!

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