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Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut
Slaughterhouse-Five
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The Scar (Bas-Lag, #2)
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Jo Walton
“Bibliotropic," Hugh said. "Like sunflowers are heliotropic, they naturally turn towards the sun. We naturally turn towards the bookshop.”
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Terry Pratchett
“He felt as if he had been shipwrecked on the Titanic, but in the nick of time had been rescued. By the Lusitania”
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Patrick Rothfuss
“It was only then I realized I didn't know the name of Elodin's class. I leafed through the ledger until I spotted Elodin's name, then ran my finger back to where the title of the class was listed in fresh dark ink: "Introduction to Not Being a Stupid Jackass."
I sighed and penned my name in the single blank space beneath.”
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Terry Pratchett
“Mere animals couldn’t possibly manage to act like this. You need to be a human being to be really stupid.”
Terry Pratchett, Pyramids

Jo Walton
“I sat on the bench by the willows and at my honey bun and read Triton. There are some awful things in the world, it’s true, but there are also some great books. When I grow up I would like to write something that someone could read sitting on a bench on a day that isn’t all that warm and they could sit reading it and totally forget where they were or what time it was so that they were more inside the book than inside their own head. I’d like to write like Delany or Heinlein or Le Guin.”
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