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Saturday, October 20, 2018

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43 comments:

  1. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. This tale of self-discovery follows Santiago, who yearns to travel in search of a worldly treasure. But his quest takes him in a different - and far more satisfying - direction. Easy to read and highly descriptive, it's stayed with me because it inspires you to brave the path to pursuing your dreams.

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  2. Harry Potter because it made magic real in many people's hearts.

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  3. It was the first book I ever read on my own. So long ago I can't remember the title but I never stopped reading after that book.

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  4. I don't think there was a book that changed it. But every book -espeacially the ones from childhood (such as Matilda) -taught me something.

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  5. The Call of The Wild was such a great influence on my soul as a child
    jan

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  6. The first book I was given at Sunday School was "Baby Jesus" .I was 3 or 4 years old and my 9 year old sister taught me how to read it. I still have it over 50 years later.

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  7. The Book of Mormon because it teaches me about Jesus Christ and His atonement.

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  8. I can't think of any that changed my life, but they have given enjoyment and education.

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  9. My Book of Magic Carpet Stories by Patricia Taylor as it sparked my love for both reading and travling at a young age.

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  10. Hilary Mantel's A place of greater safety was the first time I read anything about the French revolution - it changed me in a lot of ways, as the protagonists ended up being eaten by their own machine if you get me - which is indeed what happened, and my mind was just blown away with the emotion of it all!!

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  11. Love to read good and interesting books. I look differently at some things, has a book changed my life, I guess so looking at things in a different perspective. I love any good book I can't choose one lol

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  12. The Five People You Meet In Heaven by Mitch Albom, because it showed me that even the smallest act can change someone's life forever.

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  13. No particular book, but certainly reading in general.

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  14. I think every book I read changes me in some way or another. They all help me live someone else's life and make me more compassionate.

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  15. The Faraway Tree Stories they captured my imagination as a child and that's what got me hooked on reading!

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  16. Go Ask Alice. A lot of my peers were experimenting with drugs. This book definitely scared off any social pressure to try them. It was such a sad yet inspiring story. It still makes me sad to think of Alice's fate.

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  17. I can't think of any book that changed my life. I have read some great informative books though.

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  18. Queen of the damned by Anne Rice it opened me up to other Paranormal books

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  19. Lord of the Rings - it is the book that started off my life-long love of fantasy fiction, truly a classic that never gets old. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES - thanks for another fantastic giveaway :o)

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  20. I'd say it was the first book I read the summer I really started enjoying reading. I'm pretty sure it was Raiders of Spanish Peaks by Zane Gray, though it could have been another Zane Grey book or one of Edgar Rice Burroughs' books. The important things were that it made me enjoy reading, and it introduced me to romance in books, though it would be several more months before I read my first actual romance novel.

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  21. "A Thousand Splendid Suns" because I was going through a very difficult period of my life and it helped me.

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  22. House Rules by Jodi Picoult changed my life in that it helped to adjust my perspective about folks with autism - there's so much more to it than what we can observe.

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  23. The Shack by William Paul Young changed my life because it helped me to see God in a different way and how he's impacted my life, which led to developing a personal relationship with Father God, Jesus & Holy Spirit. And of course, The Bible has been the most transformative and life-changing as it contains God's profound words and teachings for our daily life. There are unlimited priceless gifts found within its pages.

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  24. The Paris Architect because it gave me a complete new perspective on WWII

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  25. I wouldn't say there's a book that changed my life, but books I read when I was a kid, ones that I fell in love with like the Ramona Quimby books certainly set me on the path for a love of reading.

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  26. There isn't a book that has changed my life but the love of reading has in that I always have a book in my hand and since everyone knows my love of books I often get ones handed down to me.

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  27. I read my Mum's copy of Flowers In The Attic by Virginia Andrews when I was about 11 years old. I was bored stupid when I picked it up and desperate for something to pass the time. I loved it and haven't stopped reading ever since. I'm 42 now and can't imagine what I would do in a life where I couldn't read. That first adult book changed my life as I found something I love to do. Even when life get's tough I can escape it all when I'm reading.

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  28. I would say the Harry Potter books changed my life because they connected me to a community of fellow book lovers.

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  29. I think the Harry Potter books changed my life because they were such a huge part of my childhood.

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  30. tra i tanti letti, per assurdo, Esco a fare due passi di Fabio Volo, mi ha dato degli insegnamenti che porto dentro

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  31. I don't really have a book that has changed my life!
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  32. The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe Book 1 of The Chronicles of Narnia is what changed my life. This book was literally the first start in opening my eyes towards creativity, imagination, and the world of reading. I remember being a very young child and reading this book for the first time and trying very hard to envision every scene and what each character looked like as a I read. I remember it was a struggle because I was young and didn't know what a lot of the words meant or were. Like, I couldn't imagine what Turkish Delights were but all I knew is that they probably tasted good! Anyways yeah, this book totally made me get into the world of reading.

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  33. Il Piccolo Principe è stato il mio primo libro ed è quello che mi ha emozionato di più finora

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  34. It's hard to name one book because each one I read gives me something new to help me see life and people differently.

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  35. Harry Potter, it was the first book I truly enjoyed reading.

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  36. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, such a eye opener on how we are creating our life and great insight on methods and action we can take. The best No fiction book I have read.

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  37. I don't know which book changed my life - but Mitch Albom's books have always made me THINK and appreciate life more!

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  38. The Fox and the Red Hen by Ladybird Books. This was the first book I read on my own and it opened up a whole new world to me.

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  39. Odd Thomas, it ignited my love of reading.

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  40. The Lion the witch and the wardrobe as it ignited my sense of the magical world of the imagination

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  41. I will say Peter Pan and Alice In Wonderland. Those were my favorites when I was young. After I read them, I knew I wanted to read for the rest of my life.

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  42. The Wisdom of James Allen...it always gives me a positive lift whenever I'm feeling down!

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