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Story of My Life by Helen Killer. Was my first time reading it. I liked it.
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Oh man got up to date in Hajime no Ippo and by god its going things I never expected of a shonen manga. Just hitting the protagonists with a truckload of reality in a really dark way.

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Re-reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone for some x-tieth time. It's fun to see how different it's written from the later books. It's definitely written as a children's book, but goes more adult as Harry (and the readers) got older. And recalling that she wrote this when she was so poor, she went into a pub and wrote there, just to be in the presence of a working heater. Hence the heavy emphasis on what amazing food is in Hogwarts.

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I actually read this book this year. What I notice is how my perspective on things, especially on the “bad guys” change as I get older. I used to hate Malfoy. Like, he really used to piss me off, almost as if he were a real bully, bullying one of my friends. Nowadays I kind of like Malfoy, understand why he is what he is, and I think he makes more sense than Harry in many ways.
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Re-reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone for some x-tieth time. It's fun to see how different it's written from the later books. It's definitely written as a children's book, but goes more adult as Harry (and the readers) got older. And recalling that she wrote this when she was so poor, she went into a pub and wrote there, just to be in the presence of a working heater. Hence the heavy emphasis on what amazing food is in Hogwarts.

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Yeah, it's interesting. I notice that the first few books seem to be half the length of the later ones, so you can definitely get a feel for how they evolved.
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