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FOR READERS: What Book Changed You?

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FOR READERS

Today’s reader topic comes from QSFer Robin Harper:

What book has changed you the most? The one that you can point to and say without a doubt that you were not the same person you were before you started reading it. Which one altered your perspective of the world, of yourself, or even changed the path your life was heading down? Tell me about the power of stories!

Writers: This is a reader chat – you are welcome to join it, but please do not reference your own works directly. Thanks!

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3 thoughts on “FOR READERS: What Book Changed You?”

  1. Such a good topic, I’ll answer here, too. I have two to share:
    Of Mice and Men. I can so vividly remember sixteen-year-old me sitting on my crappy back porch steps, finishing the book and being just gutted. I stayed away from everyone for as long as I could because I wasn’t emotionally ready. It decimated my black-and-white teenage notions about love and mercy and compassion. I’m absolutely a better person for having read it.
    The other book is Jacob Have I Loved by Katherine Paterson. Because of it, for the first time I realized that I didn’t have to keep contorting myself into someone I wasn’t so that I’d be loved.

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