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Megan

I don't know if you've read the Harry Potter series, and I'm a little late coming to that game, but I just read all of the books over a two week period and found them delightful, engaging, and surprisingly creative. Definitely falls in the "mind candy" reading. It's not going to make you a better or smarter person, but it was a fun way to spend some imagination hours.

And here! here! on your preference to create your own images and scenes instead of being confined to someone else's version. Bravo for them for expressing, creating and entertaining the masses, but it's not my cup of tea.

I'm still partial to Atlas Shrugged. Loved all of Terry Brook's fantasy books: again, total mind candy.

And I believe you owe your daughter(s) the Twilight series! LOL

Dee/reddirtramblings

I read a really good book the other day, and my son, who is 14, recommended it. It is a young adult novel called London Calling. Wonderful, uplifting and poignant story, and a good telling of the history that was the London blitz. I, too, read and escaped from the everyday as a child, and I still do.~~Dee

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