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This is the book that got me "hooked" on J. Piccoult.

The Odessey by Homer. I am tired of learning about this.

Loved these books because I had INCREDIBLE teachers, second to none. Thank you Mrs Gordon and Mr Green for inspiring me.

One of those "live life to its fullest" books, but deeply, complexly written -- you'll fall in love with the characters as you wander around rural 1950s Greece together.

I should read this. I don't think I actually did in high school when we had to.

The Odyssey. One of the best books of all time.

This entire collection is absolutely beautiful. Each book has a different cover, usually something applicable to the story.

The Odyssey. The alpha and omega of all books, written or still just imagined.

"The Never Ending Story", Michael Ende - After years of requesting it for Christmas, my mum finally tracked down for me the version of this book that I so coveted. It is printed in red and green ink to differentiate between the action that takes place in the story, and the story within the story. Quite a thing of beauty!

Andy Warhol 1948-1960 Published by Timothy Taylor Gallery 2007

Greek poet Homer established the standard for tales of epic quests and heroic journeys with The Odyssey. Crowded with characters, both human and non-human, and bursting with action, The Odyssey details the adventures of Odysseus, king of Ithaca and hero of the Trojan War, as he struggles to return to his home and his waiting, ever-faithful wife, Penelope.

"some books are meant / to be read just like this / alone, with the evening, / a bowl of fruit ripening / waiting for the reader / to grow hungry, but / she won't, the book / will devour her, / and it / will soon / become / morning."