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Charlotte Bronte and her novel "Jane Eyre": a review

Charlotte Bronte. Phenomenal author. Experienced profound loss in her life and overcame a troublesome childhood. If only she knew how famous she became.

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Tolkien<<makes me think of Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica, only I think it was Charles comlaining about the elves, not Jack.

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Stephen King is my hero. Not just the horror, not how the books end, but the journey through the human psyche to get there.

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They knew. They knew what would happen and still they went through with it. In the rare times Daniella let herself get angry, she wondered why anyone would start a war while knowing the consequences. She would quite like to smack them on the back of the head with a copy of her fifth year history textbook and see if they changed their mind.

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"Another mistake is presenting too much background information, and doing it all in the first few pages. Writers should begin their stories with the event that kicks off the story, and then spoon-feed us the background information only when it's needed to understand what's going on." - Evan Marshall

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The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis — I started reading them when I was about 8 or 9, but never finished...

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from bustle.com

11 Books That Scared The Master of Horror, Stephen King, And Will Terrify You, Too

You may have heard of a writer named Stephen King. He wrote a few books that are kind of scary? Yeah? With more than 50 books in print, King is insanely prolific. From classic works of horror like Carrie and The Shining to enormous historical / scien

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