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books to throw at the world when you need to escape

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Gone with the Wind
Gone with the Wind
"everyone wants to be Scarlett. admit it. Also works well as a door stop or weapon."
Fear of Flying (Vintage Blue)
Fear of Flying (Vintage Blue)
"even butterflies are scared of this sometimes...my favourite book."
A Clockwork Orange (Essential Penguin)
A Clockwork Orange (Essential Penguin)
"don't know what the fuss is about...most of the first years are like this at school......ok, my brothers?"
Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed in America - A Memoir
Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed in America - A Memoir
"good when feeling depressed. A modern Plath with attitude and a likeness for razor blades."
The Journals of Sylvia Plath
The Journals of Sylvia Plath
"she writes amazing prose. For all the die hard diarists out there who feel lost in a world that's not their own..."
Rebecca (VMC)
Rebecca (VMC)
"thank god my housekeeper (if I had one) isn't like Danvers. You'll never put it down. It will haunt you forever."
These Happy Golden Years (Little House (Original Series Paperback))
These Happy Golden Years (Little House (Original Series Paperback))
"chilhood favourite. Almanzo's proposal is possibly the most romantic thing ever...and all girls want to be LIW."
Charlotte's Web
Charlotte's Web
"read it as a kid because my name is charlotte, but nothing has made me cry quite as hard since. seriously. read it, nad you will never kill a spider again."
The Madolescents
The Madolescents
"will out a smile on even the most stoic of faces. The star is Scarlett O'Hara in a short skirt and tangerine eyeshadow. Don't read it where people will think you strange for laughing at nothing."
Wuthering Heights (Collector's Library)
Wuthering Heights (Collector's Library)
"the ultimate love story for romantics who don't mind what could be termed incest. And Heathcliff is undeniably fit (despite being complete bastard)."
The Bell Jar
The Bell Jar
"As said before, Plath writes unbelievable prose. I have never been so scared of EST before. Good when you feel you're the most depressed person alive - you clearly aren't."
Down and Out in Paris and London (Penguin Modern Classics)
Down and Out in Paris and London (Penguin Modern Classics)
"a lighthearted last book. You will never look at a tramp in the same way, and you might even want to be one."