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Until his brain withered and he went quite mad.
Oh, fairest maiden! My love is
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FINDING DON QUIXOTE
by Jonathan Yukich
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|FINDING DON QUIXOTE - by J. Yukich|
|Sadie Turnipseed is a modern day teenager trying to find her way in the world. She is forever changed when she discovers a buried copy of the classic Don Quixote. Inspired by the book, Sadie is able to navigate some of her own life issues through the example exemplified by the novel's extraordinary and hilarious hero. Paralleling the classical adventures of Quixote's quest with Sadie's own... read more|
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If you're eager for a quirky comedy-fantasy full of zombies and vampires but require strong characterizations, you'll love HOW TO HIDE YOUR ZOMBIES. Though it's doubtful you'd welcome any of these characters into your neighborhood!