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** spoiler alert ** Ranger backstory +5 pts Ranger sleeping in Stephanie's bed +15pts Ranger AND Morelli 'living' with Stephanie? ALL THE POINTS EVER!!!! *CACKLES!!!!!!!!!!!*

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Lolita convinced me, a heterosexual non-pedophile woman, that a 13-year-old girl was amazingly attractive. The hyper-educated first person narrator, Humbert Humbert, is so seductive he keeps a reader eager for more gruesome details on his tail of abuse and morbid obsession with Lolita. My way of reading and loving has been irrevocably altered by this mind-blowingly beautiful story. Vladamir Nabokov is favourite authour.

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I knew this book would be a tearjerker, yet I still bought it.Tears started flowing after only a few pages. I reckon if you play sad music, you'd be crying after the first page. This book is full of letters from people to their families and friends before they died, spanning from the early 100s to 2007. There are letters from those who were in Iraq and Afghanistan, WWs I and II, the terminally ill, those who were in prison and some who didn't know they were going to die. I thought that the letters from Iraq and Afghanistan were the saddest and made me cry heaps. I know-- why would I buy a book that'd just make me cry? Sometimes, you need a good cry. :) What I didn't like was how before each letter, after a brief summary of who the writer was and what they did, there was a little paragraph that analysed what they'd said and described human emotions, the complexity of them and stuff like that. Please. I do enough analysing in English. I'd rather not read an analysis of a last letter-- which could be totally wrong. The author couldn't exactly ask, huh?