Zardoz, The Reader

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The Ache of Aitch
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the journey of Aitch on his Trip through the land of Ache

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What was the best book you had to read at school? on 4/26/2021 12:34:23 AM
In Middle School I was assigned/recommended The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer by my language arts teacher for a independent book report, A story of a Opium kingpin vampire drug lord and his clone within a fictional country between the U.S and Mexico, for me at that age it was a intense and gritty story that definitely had a hand in creating my love for darker science fiction in my future along with its sequel. As a senior in high school in my honors Brit. Lit. class I was Assigned 1984 (a book I had already read). I enjoy 1984 but it holds more sentimental value to me as one of the parting gifts from my great aunt. When My aunt passed away she gave me three books 1984, Animal Farm and The complete Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy. Im not sure if this counts as being assigned but in my independent reading class I had the opportunity to read A Clockwork Orange and write a report about it. In A Clockwork Orange you are firmly greeted by Nadsat my favorite part of this dark story. Nadsat is the Slang and language used through out the entirety of the novel and it made it so fun to break down and figure out what was being said on the page.