13th October 2011 11:10
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What books have expanded your consciousness, changed how you experience the world?
I'm asking which books, no matter the genre, whether sci-fi, horror, literary, classic, cookbook, philosophy, religious tome, grimoire, social science, how-to, history, military history, biography, book of poems, anthology of poems, pulp, fantasy, thriller, contemporary, ancient, etc has really offered you a fuller, richer appreciation of some aspect of the nature of your existence by the time you had finished it. What books did it feel like you were 'experiencing' while you were reading them? Have you ever had a feeling that a book has actually changed you?
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13th October 2011 11:14
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