Book question: The Secrets of Jin-Shei

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    >There's a thirty person waiting list at the library for it.

    not at the library around here...they got lots of copies and all are available
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    Quote Originally Posted by axon
    well, most people who actually enjoy some of the books they are made to read, and most who don't read anything past high school name those two books (or at least Catcher in The Rye) as their favorites
    There's nothing wrong with either of those books. Two of my favorite books are Catcher in the Rye and Lord of the Flies. I didn't read them in high school, I read them because they're good books.

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    >>There's nothing wrong with either of those books.

    never said there is GC, I enjoyed both of thos books as well...its just something I noticed; a trend we could call it

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