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Call of the Wild: The Dog
Best perspective of a dog written ever...Makes you fall in love and want to curl up next to a cabin's fireplace with him.
More for the teenage or dragon lover's crowd, well written, I suggest the 4 Part series for a quick and good read.
Rick Deckard and Roy Batty
You get a great vibe from this Superhero novel and I guarentee you will enjoy it. I'm hoping for a movie, a sequel, or both. Grossman throws you into the mind of Fatale and Dr. Impossible, but the Dr. steals the show.
Greatly written Superman with human and inhuman qualities all roled into one.
Never has a name, holds all of the memories of a secret cult, teaches a child to run away and force the community to learn and deal with tradegy and pleasure.
A man that travels through Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven, ofcourse he will be a great fictional character (and non-fictional)
Like the movie? Read the short story...totally different, one learns how one man deals with being the last living human on earth, and the transition from human to vampire legend.
Beautifully contrasted. You start off rooting for Frankenstein, but by the end you are emotionally connected to his creation.
Who can forget the story of Holden Caufield and his adventures in the Big Apple, dealing with violence, prostitution, and his own thoughts?
A fantastic fictional serial killer that I can't compare to anything else I've read or seen, it is a must read.