It was Daughter of the Empire by Raymond E. Feist. Started loving fantasy from then on.
I've always read and don't have a book that sparked my interest (at least that I remember, it was some childrens book). I think it was Outlander by Diana Gabaldon that got me hooked on time travel but other then that I don't remember any certain book that pulled me into a certain genre or anything. At some point I read some YA and now I've been sucked in but I don't remember which book did that.I found you through your email from BookBlogs. You can find me at http://www.candacesbookblog.comLooks like you'll have a great blog! I look forward to reading your reviews :)
Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. I remember being absolutely floored by it. Still am. And for only being up five days, your blog is awesome! Found ya on bookblogs, and I might need to go to YOU for tips. I'm here: http://bibliophileanonymous.blogspot.com/ if you'd like to check it out.
V.C. Andrews Flowers in the Attic hooked me when I was 13 years old, oh god now Im telling my age lol.Great site, stop by mine anytime.Natalie
Omg, I remember falling in love with Shel Silverstein's poetry when I was smaller.You know when Matilda starts giggling and laughing at a book like in the middle of the library? That was me when I read Shel Silverstein's poetry. So funny and cool art with it. But what really got me going to the library obsessively was Bruce Coville's science fiction and fantasy books. I love Into the Land of Unicorn series, The Magic Shop series, and the Eight Grade Alien series too. I still haven't finished the alien series, but I love them all the same. Oh and the ghosts series too. Gosh, that brings me back.
I spent my summer at the library with my best friend..We checked out all the R.L Stine books. Remember that Mary? I was hooked then but before that was a romance book called windswept passion by Sonya T Pelton. I still have that copy!
Thank you for all the great comments! And a special thank you to Nanny. She helped me get started!
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