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Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel. My absolute favorite book. The words written by this author simply melt like butter in the crevices of your mind. Must be very careful to pay attention to characters in the book. Very easy to get lost, but like a foreign film, you soon get used to the way the author writes and it becomes second language to you.

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I read this when i was 13. I am rarely disturbed by books, but this one i found moving. Well worth the read; a sign of a good book sometimes, I find, is one that makes you uncomfortable in your own skin because it charges you to re-look at your own humanity

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