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    (Original post by Michiyo)
    Share the book that impressed you or left a mark on you with us! :smartass:

    In my case, that was Animal Farm by George Orwell. I read it when I was very young (about nine or ten years old) and I hated it so much exactly because it was so sad. To this day, I still cannot forget how I felt when I read it. :moon:
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    There's a film? Where the hell have I been?
    Yeah, came out in 1999 if I recall correctly, not that I saw it then
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    The whole Harry Potter series.

    The Famous Five series.

    The Adventures Of The Magic Wishing Chair.

    The Faraway Tree.
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    To have or to be by Fromm
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    (Original post by cupcakes87)
    The Fault In Our Stars

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    The Illustrated Mum

    and

    Spy for the Queen of Scotts

    and and and the most important,

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    Jacqueline wilson was my childhood, the two books you've mentioned just reminded how much her writing had an impact on me😭
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    In no particular order..
    The absolute true diary of a part time indian - Sherman Alexie
    1984 - George Orwell
    Kiss - Jacqueline Wilson
    The reader - Bernhad Schlink
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    Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid by Douglas R. Hofstadter

    Also, I had a maths teacher who had a habit of throwing a book (or board duster) at any dozing pupils.
    That made an impact.
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    Me before you. the book and the movie
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    A Little Life- Hanya Yanagihara
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    (Original post by Phil_mitchell)
    Jacqueline wilson was my childhood, the two books you've mentioned just reminded how much her writing had an impact on me😭
    same!
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    (Original post by Michiyo)
    Share the book that impressed you or left a mark on you with us! :smartass:

    In my case, that was Animal Farm by George Orwell. I read it when I was very young (about nine or ten years old) and I hated it so much exactly because it was so sad. To this day, I still cannot forget how I felt when I read it. :moon:
    Same here, loved the book, thought it was very cleverly written :-)
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    Animal Farm and 1984 by George Orwell. He just has a way of leaving such an impact throughout the whole story and then the last lines are always so thought provoking!
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    of mice and men
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    the breadwinners
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    Roll of thunder hear my cry, Woman in Berlin and To kill a mockingbird are probably my top 3 but I definitely have loads more
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    The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Taught me so much about life and the ending is emotional uno :cry2:
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    A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara - My eyes actually water every time I think about it. It taught me to be thankful for my family and the little things in life and so much more, would recommend it to everybody. (:
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    My sister Jodie - Jacqueline Wilson
    The first book that ever made me cry.
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    Bertrand Russell's A History of Western Philosophy.

    I read it 15 years ago and it still remains the most informative book I've ever encountered.
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    Mind Games - Teri Terry

    Inspired what I want to do in the future, and also made me aware of the psychological and philosophical issues needed to be addressed
 
 
 
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