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Whow and ouch! An incredibly powerful message, a persuasive book that will rattle and shake your opinion of yourself in your boots.

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Magical writing from an other-worldly spirit.

“My primary impression, in the act of rereading One Hundred Years of Solitude, is a kind of aesthetic battle fatigue, since every page is rammed full of life beyond the capacity of any single reader to absorb… There are no wasted sentences, no mere transitions, in this novel, and you must notice everything at the moment you read it.” Harold Bloom

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Critics, these fools, who mostly haven’t the constitution to write a book and think they can comment, like to convince you into believing this is not worth reading. More Fool Me is worth every minute of your time. Honest, fun, interesting. Stephen Fry is a born writer and every sentence entertains and invites to share his remarkable skill and intelligent personality. A very good read indeed.

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To say that he was super naturally gifted in his imagination and ability to present that onto a page is an understatement. His epic Infinite Jest is unequalled by a mile. Unputtdownable and unforgettable once picked up. If you ever thought about writing, and writing you did, then DFW is one person to admire.

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Elizabeth Swart (1913-1986)

By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept.

Such poetic prose and honesty in the writing. An eruption of  love uncontainable any longer. Called a marauding romantic poet by some…you be the judge.

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Anaïs Nin (1903-1977)

The finest writer of female erotica.

Nin first came across erotica when she returned to Paris with her husband, mother and two brothers in her late teens. They rented the apartment of an American man who was away for the summer, and Nin came across a number of French paperbacks: “One by one, I read these books, which were completely new to me. I had never read erotic literature in America… They overwhelmed me. I was innocent before I read them, but by the time I had read them all, there was nothing I did not know about sexual exploits… I had my degree in erotic lore.” (extract from Wikipedia)

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Ayn Rand (1905-1982)

What all we can’t see others can show us if we let them.

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These books are known to leave a long after taste.

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